Karnataka News Live Updates: Cops to use body-worn cameras to monitor traffic in Bengaluru – Times of India

Soon, police with cameras fixed on their bodies will be monitoring traffic movement and will be able to remain in touch with their colleagues at junctions across Bengaluru. The live feeds from the body-worn cameras will help cops in diverting traffic to other roads in case of emergencies. Stay with TOI for all the latest updates:Read Less
Soon, police with cameras fixed on their bodies will be monitoring traffic movement and will be able to remain in touch with their colleagues at junctions across Bengaluru.

Financial fraud on the rise among cyber crimes in Dakshina Kannada
Out of the 52 cases registered at the cyber crimes economic offences and narcotics (CEN) police station in Dakshina Kannada district this year, nearly 21 cases were related to financial fraud, including bank and job frauds. READ MORE
Bengalureans to beat night curfew blues with BBQ parties, sleepovers & movie marathons
With the night curfew ruling out public parties, Bengalureans are finding unique ways to usher in 2022. Barbeque kits are out, sleepover plans are being chalked out, ardent partygoers are settling for terrace get-togethers, and some are even busy zeroing in on movies and series that they can binge-watch on New Year’s Eve. READ MORE
Karnataka CM Basavraj Bommai gears up for cabinet rejig challenge
Chief minister Basavaraj Bommai has embarked on a tough challenge of reshuffling the cabinet after the BJP high command reaffirmed its support to him during the justconcluded state executive meet despite the party’s series of poll setbacks. READ MORE
Report sans QR code: Couple denied boarding at Bengaluru airport
A couple en-route to the Maldives for their honeymoon was denied boarding at Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) after they produced a handwritten RT-PCR negative report issued by the health department of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation which didn’t feature a quick response (QR) code. The civil aviation ministry mandates a Covid negative report with QR code for international travellers. READ MORE
Bengalureans to beat curfew blues with BBQ parties, sleepovers & movie marathons
With the night curfew ruling out public parties, Bengalureans are finding unique ways to usher in 2022. Barbeque kits are out, sleepover plans are being chalked out, ardent partygoers are settling for terrace get-togethers, and some are even busy zeroing in on movies and series that they can binge-watch on New Year’s Eve. READ MORE
Two girls who eloped with minor boy, youth found
Two minor girls who had eloped with a minor boy and a youth after attending a funeral at Doddasaggare in Koratagere taluk of Tumakuru district were rescued a month later from a coffee estate in Belur of Hassan district.
Under the influence of easterly winds, Bengaluru city is expected to receive very light to light showers for the next 24 hours, due to which the minimum temperature is likely to rise to16 degrees C.

Bengaluru: Dacoity case suspect stabs cop, flees
An SI attached with Yeshwantpur police station sustained injuries to his left elbow after an accused in a dacoity case stabbed him on Wednesday night. READ MORE
Bengaluru: RWAs want BBMP to be more specific about New Year norms
With hours left for the New Year revelry to begin, apartment owners and resident welfare associations are confused over the rules issued by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) on celebrations to usher in 2022. READ MORE
Out of the 52 cases registered at the cyber crimes economic offences and narcotics (CEN) police station in Dakshina Kannada district this year, nearly 21 cases were related to financial fraud, including bank and job frauds.

Karnataka: Change of guard to poll battles, 2021 was a turbulent year
In 2021, Karnataka, like the rest of the world, struggled to overcome effects of the second wave of Covid-19 in April-May, which saw a record surge in cases and fatality rate. Most of the BJP government's efforts were concentrated towards fighting the pandemic and ensuring vaccines amid the political turbulence. READ MORE
Brinjal costs more than Rs 100 per kg in Hubballi
Among the most extensively used of tropical vegetables, brinjal is even more popular in North Karnataka, where it is used in the preparation of a wide range of culinary delicacies, from the famous ‘vangibath’ to the famous ‘stuffed yengai’. However, the brinjal, which was hitherto an affordable vegetable for most people, has now become extremely dear, with the wholesale price soaring above Rs 100 per kg. READ MORE
The lion’s share of Karnataka’s active case burden comes from Bengaluru that accounts for 6,846 cases (83. 2%).

Bengaluru: Mandatory admission for Covid-positive international travellers peeves private hospitals
International passengers testing positive for Covid-19 on arrival are mandated to get admitted to hospitals owing to fear of Omicron spread. Private hospitals, where most of these patients who are mildly symptomatic or have no symptoms get admitted, have raised concerns over them occupying the wards for not less than 10 days. READ MORE
As divisions crop up, pro-Kannada organisations call off Karnataka bandh
Pro-Kannada outfits on Thursday withdrew the dawn-to-dusk Karnataka bandh called on Friday following a lack of support and unity among the organisers. READ MORE
Bengaluru girl plotted mother’s murder with help from stepfather-lover
The 21-year-old daughter of homemaker Archana Reddy, 38, who was hacked to death in southeast Bengaluru late Monday night, was arrested on Thursday for allegedly plotting her mother's murder and getting it executed by her stepfather-turned-lover. READ MORE
Bengaluru logs 565 fresh Covid-19 cases, a 6-month record
Karnataka on Thursday reported 707 fresh Covid-19 cases, its highest in 91 days, with Bengaluru accounting for 565 cases, a new peak in the past 176 days. READ MORE
Congress wins 498 of 1,184 seats in Karnataka ULB polls; BJP 437
Establishing an impressive edge over BJP in closely contested urban local bodies (ULB) elections in Karnataka, the Congress won 498 out of 1,184 wards in 58 urban bodies for which the results were announced on Thursday. The BJP won 437, JD(S) 45 and independents 204 seats. READ MORE

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