Tania Thomas

AIR tunes in to digital India 

AIR, Mysuru came into existence in 1935, by a professor from the University of Mysore, and very soon evolved into a professional broadcasting institution.

19 Sep 2018

Kalkere lake starts frothing again, dead fish float on surface

BWSSB chairman Tushar Girinath says that the water that gets discharged by the STP near the lake is treated, but the water that is discharged into other lakes is not treated.

17 Sep 2018

No rules despite many sewage treatment plants deaths

The lack of guidelines — inevitably meaning lack of awareness among the apartment dwellers on safety protocols — means similar deaths waiting to happen every now and then.

15 Sep 2018

Film names served on a platter

Based On A True Story –Bistro, a movie-themed restaurant, was founded by film and food enthusiasts, Prashanth Nair and Malini Mohan.

08 Sep 2018

‘I love women and I’m no longer a criminal’

Close to the stroke of mid-noon on September 6, the ‘envelope of freedom’ was finally opened.

08 Sep 2018

SIT’s done well in pretty much cracking Gauri Lankesh case, says former husband Chidanand Rajghatta

On the first death anniversary of Gauri Lankesh, CE speaks to Chidanand Rajghatta, former husband of the slain journalist

05 Sep 2018

Karnataka State Plastic Association claims Rs 1k crore loss post ban

The Karnataka State Plastic Association (KSPA) recently held a protest against the state's directive on banning plastic.

04 Sep 2018

Freedom of expression under threat, say city Cartoonists

Narendra VG, senior cartoonist and managing trustee at Indian Institute of Cartoonists, speaks in support of Satish Acharya.

28 Aug 2018

Breaking boundaries of gender through art

This year’s gender bender festival was another attempt by artistes to explore the complexities of gender, sexuality and sexual orientation.

27 Aug 2018

Bengaluru woman spends Rs 13 lakh on wedding, NRI husband ditches

Suchitra (name changed), 38, was in search of a life partner. From a broken home and having lost her mother eight years back, she wanted to settle down with a family of her own. Two year

23 Aug 2018

Rendered homeless in Bellandur

More than 1,000 left homeless after BBMP bulldozes 500 homes in Kariyammana Agrahara; corporation says they were illegal; displaced allege role of apartment residents

23 Aug 2018

Despite ban, flex banners still in demand, say vendors 

Even as the state government imposed a blanket ban on plastic in the state in 2016, it was the recent directive by the Karnataka HC to the BBMP — to ensure the city is rid of flex banners by August 15

21 Aug 2018

Pizza festival at cyclists’ cafe

Italian staple served at this festival are made in-house and is a must for those who like to experiment
with food.

18 Aug 2018

71 years since independence, many continue to remain bonded in Bengaluru brick klins

In an effort to spread awareness on the number of bonded labourers who stay captive in the city to this day, International Justice Mission is holding an event at Orion Mall.

14 Aug 2018

Bringing back the taste of Calcutta

Esplanade, one of the most famous streets in Kolkata that has for ages retained the ‘Calcutta’ flavour, is known to make anyone filled with nostalgia.

11 Aug 2018