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'People need to get back to work': No lockdown in Karnataka from tomorrow, says BSY as restrictions in Bengaluru end Wed

DNA Tuesday, 21 July 2020 ()
Yediyurappa's statement came as about a week-long lockdown in Bengaluru ends on Wednesday. CM said we have to fight COVID-19 while maintaining stable economy.
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News video: Bus, auto services resume in Bengaluru after lifting of lockdown

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Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa announced lifted the lockdown in Karnataka on July 21. Though the night curfew, from 9pm to 5am, and Sunday curfew will stay in place. People were seen heading out in Dharwad area as bus and auto services resumed in the city on July 22. So far the state has reported...

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