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‘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

Citizens say heritage beku, ‘take our past forward’

Bengalureans rally behind initiative to save historically significant structures from being demolished or harmed

13 Jan 2018

Was ‘disappointed’ with Nobel committee, says Kip Thorne

Nobel prize winner for physics, Kip Thorne was “disappointed” with the Nobel Prize committee when they informed him about the honour last year. 

12 Jan 2018

Prof’s tech helps ‘read’ genes, web

Two Indian scientists who recently won the Infosys Prize, 2017 talk about passion for science and how we could win the Nobel

28 Dec 2017

Indiranagar wants tipplers off the roofs

Residents say pubs and eateries operating from rooftops blast loud music and litter their compounds.
BBMP officials launch a crackdown on temporary, illegal structures

27 Dec 2017

Cannabis medicine in state to be reality soon?

Health department called for meeting of various officials and experts three months ago; former health dept principal secretary also asked the Ayush to take a look at a proposal of the GLM

23 Dec 2017

Run ‘ORR’ die, in Bellandur

Outer Ring Road that runs through Bellandur is a nightmare to cross, say residents in the neighbourhood

16 Dec 2017

‘I loved tennis, even as a ball boy’

The 2nd Tabebuia Open -  a wheechair tennis tournament in city from Dec 14 will feature players like Shekar Veeraswamy and Pratima Rao, who have beaten odds to reach the top

13 Dec 2017

Amar Chitra Katha hunts in every nook for tales

Some people are so dedicated to their craft that they do not realise how time flies while they do what they love.

09 Dec 2017

Spare time for better lessons in govt schools

Khan Academy and Department of Primary and Secondary Education want accessible, understandable e-content to reach govt schools

04 Dec 2017

First-of-its-kind gallery brings science, art together

Science Gallery International, a network to get public to engage with both disciplines,  opens chapter in city

02 Dec 2017

Retracing stories and journeys of labourers from NE India in WWI

An independent filmmaker from Meghalaya wants people to know about a relatively undocumented chapter in  history

29 Nov 2017

‘Real rap comes from the streets’

Vivian Fernandes has totally upended the Indian/Hindi rap and hip hop scene and will make the city a
regular fixture in his calender

25 Nov 2017

BBMP’s muddling about hits crucial SWM plan

Ward committees are running out of time to plan processing-of-waste-at-source,but residents aren’t welcoming these centres as neighbours.

21 Nov 2017

Bangalore University’s 19-year-old Simran Henry owns the pitch

Simran Henry has set the record for scoring the highest runs in a single game in the history of Bangalore University’s women’s cricket.

15 Nov 2017