Regina Gurung

Don’t repress the vagina, monologue director says

Besides Valentine’s Day, February marks a celebration of another V-Day, which stands for Vagina Monologue.

19 Feb 2018

Love gives you wings, the private jet kind

Bengalureans are booking private jets for a few lakhs to fly their lovers and spouses to other cities or just over this city

14 Feb 2018

Chill descends on derby, fewer racers show up

With feather hats, colourful ties and gowns, Bengaluru’s winter derby was held on a sunny Sunday afternoon.

12 Feb 2018

This pickpockets’ nightmare  does not have to be LUGGed

City bag designers have come with a backpack that can trick pickpocketers from getting their hands on your valuables

06 Feb 2018

Artist’s work from over six decades at NGMA

Water and fire danced with Kerala folk music and copper drums thudded for a full 45 minutes to inaugurate the art and sculpture exhibition by Balan Nambiar at the National Gallery of Modern Arts. The

06 Feb 2018

‘Streets ok, AC Bazaar yaake’

Traders in Vijayanagar reject proposed underground market. They say they will lose business, already dwindling after new malls opened

30 Jan 2018

Where’s home, ask parents of autistic children

In Bengaluru, neighbours are not understanding of needs of an autistic child and end up bullying parents into moving out of neighbourhoods and housing societies

24 Jan 2018

Living in fear in Namma Ooru

Following attack on Northeasterners on NY’s Eve, community members talk of feeling insecure in city and lack of support from cops

20 Jan 2018

2018’s all about those fringe benefits

We had bid adieu to fringes two years back, but as history repeats itself, so does fashion. The surprise comeback of fringes have been adorned by the likes of Rihanna, already.

17 Jan 2018

B’luru and the curious case of travelling trash

We’re not the only ones who travel, our garbage travels too - moving from one stinky point to another, marring different spots of the same locality and affecting residents

08 Jan 2018

Soon, a talent contest for underprivileged kids

While reality shows and talent hunt contests is the norm of television these days, an initiative started by a city-based researcher and social worker wants to discover hidden talents among the underpr

08 Jan 2018

Motor down to Dhaba for perfectly spiced  meat and roadie selfies

2017 was a foodie’s year and as a final tease, the ninth outlet and Bengaluru’s second outpost of Dhaba Estd 1986 Delhi was opened in Marathalli on December 21.

06 Jan 2018

Age is just a number when it comes to theatre

It is not uncommon to see children introduced to theatre at a very young age, but now, theatre is reaching senior citizens too.

06 Jan 2018

Fashion trends we are carrying with us into 2018

Last year’s fashion was eccentric, if not eclectic.  From confusing boot pants to latex dresses and high-fashion crocs, we thought we had seen it all.

03 Jan 2018

Bengaluru: Do city’s dance bars ‘buy’ girls?

Woman who escaped being sold to one such bar  recounts her experience. Activists say such instances are on rise in city, with lax monitoring mechanisms.

01 Jan 2018