Ranjani Madhavan

Jarganahalli residents pool money to remove piled up garbage

On July 7, CE reported that HMT Apartment residents spent their own money to install CCTV cameras. Through this, they caught the BBMP’s auto tippers dumping waste at the spot.

19 Sep 2018

Can’t work with cloth banners, says film chamber

Film chamber members also believe small-budget films will remain unrecognised if they are not allowed to advertise.

19 Sep 2018

Complaints of harassment filed by men on the rise in Bengaluru

Gender-biased attitudes towards these victimised men reduces the seriousness of their problems faced from their spouses in the eyes of the enforcement agencies.

17 Sep 2018

Bengaluru techie reaches out to mental health patients to provide group therapy

Five months ago, when these sessions first began, it had only five participants or less. But within a short span, the number has quickly risen to 20 attendees.

17 Sep 2018

Startup mentors other startups

This Bengaluru-based club calls itself an accidental business.

15 Sep 2018

Data from police sites leaked on darknet, prone to abuse

Crucial data of at least 382 Bengaluru citizens have been found on the Darknet, vulnerable to theft and misuse after hackers hacked websites of the Bengaluru City Police.

12 Sep 2018

‘Trashonomics’ in three more languages

A five-chapter guide, titled Trashonomics, provides a simple guide on how to go about solid-waste management.

12 Sep 2018

Whitefield rises for victims of violence

With an aim to provide support and help to women and children who are victims of violence, citizen group Whitefield Rising will be starting a centre called Bembala, meaning support.

05 Sep 2018

Apartments association wants to bring solar to rooftops across city

The Bangalore Apartment Federation is working to launch a city-wide solar rooftop initiative.

04 Sep 2018

Minor Baiyappanahalli track extension could save commuters two hours

Railway commuter says that despite recent Rail Yatra, simple tweak like this could save a passenger's travel time on the  Hosur line

03 Sep 2018

Story of ‘phanek’, Manipuri symbol of dissent, screened for first time in Bengaluru

Bloody Phanek, the 48-minute documentary that was recently screened for the first time in the city, explores how the phanek has been used as a political symbol in Manipur.

01 Sep 2018

Kooky, spooky, ooky... Addams Family adapted to broadway musical

The ghoulish, morbid and macabre-filled The Addams Family with their snappy (literally) theme song will always be fondly remembered by kids of the previous generation.

01 Sep 2018

‘My passion for gardening will only die with me’

 Seventy-six-year-old Anu-suya S Sharma, noticed her green thumb as a child, which she cultivated further over the years.

29 Aug 2018

Bosses aren’t only reason why techies change jobs!

Asha Kumar is seeking a job change as she cannot stand commuting on Outer Ring Road for four-and-a-half hours every day.

28 Aug 2018

Till technology, triviality do us apart

Increase in divorce cases is driven by social media; silly reasons cited for separation, say advocates

25 Aug 2018