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ISRO scouting for private players to build more satellites

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is looking to massively ramp up its ties with private industry in the future after collaborating with them recently in the creation of two satellites.

7 hours ago

Assault on hotelier: DGP gets report

City Police Commissioner T Suneel Kumar has sent a report to DG&IGP Neelamani Raju to take further action in the alleged assault incident on a hotelier by JC Nagar ACP Manjunath Babu.

7 hours ago

Parents protest against ‘speeding’ school buses

A group of parents gathered in front of the Delhi Public School  (East) in the city on Friday morning to protest against “speeding school buses”.

7 hours ago

Woman alleges harassment on Metro, security staff quizzed

A college student was allegedly sexually harassed by a group of men who followed her from the M G Road Metro station till the Vijaynagar station and beyond.

7 hours ago

Thank you, Ivanka Trump. Please visit our cities often!

Seven years ago, to study journalism and become a writer, I moved to Hyderabad.

12 hours ago

A scene from the play
If you are offended by this play, tough luck!, says director Meherzad

It is not easy to deal in stereotypes, you are certain to offend atleast one in the audience.

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When your friends hate your new lover

The initial period when you are falling in love can be quite heady. You are seeing someone, and they seem just perfect, you are both doing everything you imagined you would be doing, and all is swell

12 hours ago

‘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

12 hours ago

Queen of mashups Vidya Vox releases EP; will tour India

The Youtube sensation Vidya Iyer, more popularly known as Vidya Vox, is now releasing her EP Kuthu Fire and is on a tour of six Indian cities to perform live.

12 hours ago

Jowar agriculture crop Sorghum
Jowar risotto anyone? Learn and talk conscious food today

Bengalureans are growing health conscious by the day and the government is promoting ancient crops such as millets and jowar.

12 hours ago

Sangeetha Apartment (Top) Residents of the apartment who have been troubled by the recent STP order  Nagraja Gadekal
Residents say a big no to STPs in apartments

On Dec 2, around 10,000 people will protest the mandatory govt orders to set up STPs. Govt official says there’s no other alternative

12 hours ago

Try instagrammable, bowls of bliss

It doesn’t happen very often that you are bowled over by back to back lip-smacking food at a restaurant.

12 hours ago

Russian ‘babu’ in town with diary of madness

Indian audience understand humour in the play better than the British audience, says theatre actor Robert Powman.

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Bangalore Turf Club has witnessed no races for three months  Pushkar V
1,200 lives caught in Turf war

With no racing at the Bangalore Turf Club for three months, workers are left helpless

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Cumulus-Srishti Conference discusses green innovations

In an attempt to address the issues of environmental sustainability, Cumulus, an international association of art, design and media institutions from across the world has come forth with  measures.

24 Nov 2017

1.4 lakh CCTV cameras to keep an eye on Bengaluru

It is now mandatory to install CCTV cameras in all places that see at least 100 people every day.

24 Nov 2017

Techie who fell to death was newly-engaged

The software engineer who fell to death at a tech park on Wednesday had got engaged just a day earlier, according to police.

24 Nov 2017

It was a chaotic Thursday morning at Royale Concorde International School in Kalyan Nagar  as parents gathered to protest against the school management | Ajith M S
After school window pane falls on kids, furious parents protest

Hundreds gathered at school after three children were severely hurt in mishap.

24 Nov 2017

Encroachments were cleared near Sarakki lake in J P Nagar in April 2015 following a High Court order | Pushkar V
Sarakki lake revival to take nine more months

It has been close to three years that encroachments were cleared near Sarakki lake after a High Court order in 2014, but the lake is yet to regain its glory.

24 Nov 2017

Banaswadi residents keep fingers crossed

The report on lake encroachment tabled in the ongoing State Assembly has brought hope to people living near Banaswadi lake whose houses were partially or completely demolished in 2015 over allegations

24 Nov 2017

RWAs sceptical about lake panel report

The Koliwad committee report on lake encroachments has drawn mixed response from citizens.

24 Nov 2017