के सभी प्रकाशन Anku Patil . बंगलौर , भारत
Bangalore: Havildar Anuj Kumar Taliyan won the gold medal in the 11th world bodybuilding championship 2019 held at Jeju Island, South Korea by adding another feather to the cap of the Madras Engineer Group (MEG) of the Indian Army.
Havildar Anuj Kumar Taliyan won the gold medal in the 100 plus category, in the Championship that concluded Monday.
Bangalore Defence PRO, Havildar Kumar joined Madras Sappers in 2010. The bodybuilder clinched gold in the 100 plus category during the senior National BodyBuilding Championship 2018 held at Pune in March.
The win in the national championship made Havildar Anuj Kumar Taliyan qualify for the world bodybuilding championship, held from November 5 to 11 in South Korea, the statement said.
Havildar Anuj Kumar Taliyan said I had won the gold medal with my hard work and dedication throughout 8 years.
Bangalore: Following few hours of heavy rainfall on Saturday. The KR market was waterlogged and on Sunday when visitor steeples out to buy their daily needs at the KR market, they have a tough time parking their vehicles in the basement which was waterlogged after heavy rain on Saturday.
Visitors who came in KR market said that Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara palike BBMP failed to maintain the free parking slot, despite of paying parking fees.
Visitors said that the parking fee for four-wheelers is Rs 30, it is Rs 10 for two-wheelers.
KR market basement parking slot can occupy about 800 vehicles.
Many people who are regularly visiting the KR market, complaint that every time it rains heavily, the parking area gets flooded.
Ravi P, who is a regular visitor at the KR market, said" There should be two sumps in working condition in the basement parking area to drain the water out when it rains and the area gets flooded. On Saturday, it started raining at 10 pm. They should have started draining the water out with the sumps at night itself but they did not do so, I was at the market around 1 pm on Sunday and the area was still waterlogged".
Decision made to build skywalk along with an integrated mobility hub within five to six months.
Many officials from BBMP, traffic police, BMTC , BMRCL were present at the site.
Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation chairman Nandish Reddy, Smart city MD Hepshiba R Korlapati,, Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) ED Kalpana Kataria and R Ashok has inspected the location on Friday.
Bangalore South MP Tejasvi Surya said," The mobility hub will encourage citizens to use public transport, reducing the traffic congestion in the city".
Surya said that the project will be jointly executed by the BMRCL, BBMP, and BMTC. Tejasvi Surya also asked the officers to ensure the skywalk is differently-abled friendly.