Bengaluru limping back to normalcy

Bengaluru: Tensions in Bengaluru city relaxed a little after a day of violence on the streets in connection with the Cauvery water sharing dispute between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Even though the city is slowly returning to normalcy, the bus services to other states have come to a standstill. Meanwhile, a 100-member police team has been deployed to provide security to Kerala-bound buses. Following the chief minister's intervention, two special train services from Bengaluru to Kerala have been arranged on Tuesday.

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