Ramzauva Chhakchhuak

‘Nature to be kept in mind while building structures’

Architect B V Doshi talks about his big win, time spent in Bengaluru and his thoughts on the city’s losing grip on nature and heritage

12 Mar 2018

Church comes out to minorities

From being born a boy to a family of agriculturalists, to coming out as a transgender at a young age, to working at her first job, Apsara has come a long way to discovering and asserting her identity

12 Mar 2018

Techies tease out Internet from ‘White Space’

In a nation of over a billion people, 78 per cent of the population still has no access to the Internet.

10 Mar 2018

Why was Bengaluru International Film Festival such a bore?

The regulars at the film festival say that this year’s edition has been boring and that it needs a re-look. There was a number of glitches in screenings, they say.

03 Mar 2018

South Korean director Revisits scarred past of his country’s history

Ju Hyong Lee speaks to CE about making his movie Excavator, and the country’s equation with its army, at the BIFFes, 2018

28 Feb 2018

One-way ticket to Mars not for me: Rakesh Sharma

The first Indian citizen to go into space in 1984 talks about his life and space exploration, and hopes the biopic being made on him starring Shah Rukh Khan engages with the youth.

26 Feb 2018

Jakkur Lake throws party to make friends and save a water ecosystem

Residents around it start hobby clubs, organise fun events and open a learning centre near water body to get more people interested in its upkeep.

19 Feb 2018

Eager to see different trends in world theatre: National School of Drama, Bengaluru Director

The Eighth Theatre Olympics is going to be hosted in the country for the first time and Bengaluru is one of the main host cities.

19 Feb 2018

South Bengaluru to turn cycle friendly, for kids

DULT and NGO are working together to improve cycle infrastructure in schools.

17 Feb 2018

Learn to play 12-stringed guitar from maestro

Prof Anders Miolin, a professor of classical guitar at the Zurich University of the Arts, is in the city. Miolin played at the 16th East West Music and Dance, 2018 organised by the Bangalore School of

14 Feb 2018

Bengalureans behind India’s own Woodstock

The GoMad Festival made its comeback after a gap of four years. CE goes behind how it all started and where the fest is headed

01 Feb 2018

Vendors and gods occupy city’s footpaths

Residents point to blatant encroachment of walking paths across city

27 Jan 2018

He keeps movie studios on right side of science

Professor Hirosi Ooguri was in Bengaluru recently to introduce a film on orgins of the universe. He hopes to spread love for science among people

24 Jan 2018

Monkeys haunt south city. Could Metro Line be blamed?

l    Residents have noticed rise in number of monkeys in this area
l    They say Metro construction could have cut the animals away from Lalbagh

18 Jan 2018

‘Wish this was kinder, gentler city... like 25 yrs ago’

Maya Jayapal, who chronicles cities, has released her book Bangalore: Roots and Beyond

15 Jan 2018