Akhila Damodaran

Photographer reflects solitude in his pictures

Without having any conversation with his subjects, he is able to imagine a story on each one of them.

14 Nov 2018

Showcasing beauty in diversity through Odissi

The performance will be accompanied by live tabla and sarangi, which she says, is rare in Bengaluru, where harmonium and vocals are used most often.

08 Nov 2018

Artists use body paint to highlight social issues

The series combines body painting and photography to spread awareness on social issues such as domestic violence, animal rights, air pollution and child labour.

06 Nov 2018

Bangalore boy becomes first Indian to set record in speed solving, unicycling

The 29-year-old also holds the title of first Indian to solve a Rubik’s Cube on a unicycle.

06 Nov 2018

#MeToo: Bangalore students allege sexual misconduct by yoga teacher of The Practise Room

 A group of students has created a comic illustrating how they were abused by a teacher, Mohan Polamar, at The Practise Room, a yoga centre in Cooke Town.

06 Nov 2018

Kishore Kumar taught me about life, says bank clerk

Sadanand Kurdikeri, a bank clerk in JP Nagar, is perhaps the biggest fan of the legendary singer Kishore Kumar.

05 Nov 2018

Small wraps, big surprises

 Sit back on high chairs or regular tables, and relax as you take a sip of Darjeeling tea.

27 Oct 2018

‘Pursuing art is a full-time profession too’

For professional artists, art is more than a mere hobby.

24 Oct 2018

Muscular Dystrophy: Rare diseases find a cure at the nerve centre

India sees about 3,000 to 5,000 cases of Muscular Dystrophy.

23 Oct 2018

Stitch by stitch, homemaker weaves dream into reality
 

It takes Dadu two weeks to complete an order.

23 Oct 2018

Take a bao

Inspired by the street food of Malaysia, chefs Dinesh and Thapa have created a special bao menu at Misu, St Marks Road.

20 Oct 2018

Janatha Bazaar housed one of state’s earliest insurance companies

One of the earliest multi-storied buildings in the city, Janatha Bazaar, has been in the news ever since the government gave a go-ahead for the building’s demolition.

18 Oct 2018

Pets and pet parents resort  

A stroll in a lush green two-acre space, a swim in the cool blue waters, followed by a mani and pedi session.

17 Oct 2018

Book worms find their nooks on social media

Social media has been opening up new worlds for its users.

16 Oct 2018

Musicians from Gujarat, Rajasthan say Navaratri vibe here just like home

Shree Indiranagar Gujarati Association (SIGA) has brought in banjo and dhol players from Gujarat and Rajasthan.

16 Oct 2018