Bengaluru's Rameshwaram Cafe reopens eight days after blast, tight security ensured

BENGALURU: The Rameshwaram Cafe in Karnataka's Bengaluru reopened for customers on Saturday morning, almost eight days after an explosion that left at least ten people injured.

The blast took place at the cafe in Bengaluru's Whitefield area on March 1.

The famous cafe was made open for the public on Saturday morning amid tight security arrangements as customers stood in a long queue outside the outlet.

Before opening the cafe, its co-founder Raghavendra Rao and all staff joined for the National Anthem.

The cafe has undergone renovations to ensure a safer environment for customers.


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