Regina Gurung

City going deaf from loud traffic

25 to 45 year olds are suffering from noise-induced hearing loss; traffic cops, cabbies most vulnerable

19 Aug 2017

Kick, spin and ‘launch an attack’

Capoeira, a Brazilian dance, comes to city; a community is being built around it, starting with workshop to be held on August 15

14 Aug 2017

I want to be a Taekwondo, says three-year-old world champ

Not old enough to string together a sentence, Hriday Patel has won numerous gold medals at int'l contests

08 Aug 2017

Quirky poet hitch-hikes to peace

Brazilian Iralo Rovere has been travelling across the world with his poetry and handmade books

07 Aug 2017

Online battles, offline friendship

Avnish believes that video games need not necessarily be bad for you; at times it can play a positive role in helping you form bonds with people

05 Aug 2017

Is your doctor killing you with antibiotic overuse?

Recall the recent time you were unwell and someone immediately prescribed you an antibiotic.

05 Aug 2017

Meat lovers, go armed with knives and use your fingers

Six varieties of meat served  at Smoke House Deli, including duck and quail

05 Aug 2017

Music buff’s dream at Sound Garden

Tired of museums where you can’t get up close and personal with the artifacts? Bengaluru’s first Sound Garden is the place to go

31 Jul 2017

A rebel and her guardian angel

Child rights activist Nina Nayak is writing Asunta Kamal Singh’s biography titled The Lotus That Wouldn’t Wilt.

31 Jul 2017

City to march lockstep with Gorkhalis across world

Unity rally will see supporters walk through streets across 150 towns and cities; 2,000 Bengalureans have already signed up

26 Jul 2017

It’s a steeper climb for young in startup city

Bengaluru may have most number of under-25 businessmen in India, and they say age and experience still matter to investors and prospective hires.

24 Jul 2017

Eat, paint and get hitched at this singles event

Painter Rashmi aims to bring together people and places through art

23 Jul 2017

31-year-old ‘Run Addict’ to cycle to Leh in 180 days

Anil Prabhakar, who quit his corporate job, has been intent on taking this trip to promote cycling

22 Jul 2017

City has a new romance, with moonlit treks

‘Full-moon treks’,as they are called, are organised for weekends; Working professionals head out to beaches and grasslands and share expenses

20 Jul 2017

Josephite ‘smartens’ up Ramanagara village

Three years ago, Rahul Prasad, a second-year-student of St Joseph’s College, visited a village off Mysuru Road as a volunteer with a medical camp.

17 Jul 2017