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‘Note’worthy collection of the Mahatma

Business honcho Rezwan Razack is now the proud owner of some currency portraits from the 1970s, featuring Mahatma Gandhi, which were done by Mysuru-based artist NS Subbakrishna 

02 Oct 2019

Bengaluru fans go the extra mile for U2

Fans in the city have expressed their excitement citing that the rock legends have influenced many with their music.

30 Sep 2019

Kodagu on a plate

Kodagu is known for its climate, coffee and cuisine. The Restaurant - Coorg, Indiranagar, has maintained the authenticity of Kodagu cuisine and stays true to the flavours of the land.

28 Sep 2019

Music venues take a final bow

Music lovers get a jolt as government rules push Humming Tree and BFlat towards closure 

21 Sep 2019

‘Aberrations are poised to become a norm’

At a time where equality is viewed through a foggy lens and misguided ideology, he feels equality still remains a mirage and an illusion.  

18 Sep 2019

‘We want the transgender community to be creators’

Over the years, Subramaniam has trained various transgenders in the field of community journalism and has further encouraged them to document their stories to the world.

16 Sep 2019

A strong fight against power

In her fight against political and social atrocities, Aruna Roy emphasises on the need for the right kind of
education  

16 Sep 2019

Bringing jungle music to the fore

On Saturday, the drums and percussion maestro along with his band Nerve played at The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru.

16 Sep 2019

‘Art treats all as equal’

In the city for a performance,  Mumbai-based Dhrupad singer Pelva Naik tells us about the classical orm of music and breaking the  gender barrier  in a field  dominated by men 

14 Sep 2019

Bengaluru eyes global golf destination crown

With an aim to make Karnataka a strong field for golf, an event in the city hopes to bring the sport to the forefront

14 Sep 2019

Hitting right notes with a musical chat

Organised by IME, Up Close and Unplugged gives fans a chance to interact with musicians, followed by a performance by them  

12 Sep 2019

Tripura youth, who ran away from home at 16, earns global glory

When Farukh Ahmed ran away from his hometown in Tripura at the age of 16, little did he know that he would develop an interest in baking and that would take him towards the path of success. 

11 Sep 2019

Equality through a feminine lens

Art and theatre festival at Ranga Shankara focuses on the idea of equality in various forms; it will also feature music and talks on the subject

09 Sep 2019

Athletes make a dash for crowdfunding

Lack of government support is prompting sportspersons to turn towards public aid.

08 Sep 2019

Bengaluru man cycles across India to spread peace message

Born in Hassan Karnataka, Gowda pursued his education till grade 10 at a government school in the district.

07 Sep 2019

Web-tech skills bring global laurels for teenager

Currently on the verge of graduating from school and following his father’s footsteps, Nutalapati aims to pursue an advanced course in the field of Artificial Intelligence in the near future.

04 Sep 2019

Awareness drive aims to create rabies-free Bengaluru

Organised by Dr Shampur Madhusudana Trust in association with Bangalore Political Action Committee (BPAC) and BBMP, the drive aims to create awareness about rabies among people.

28 Aug 2019

Caring for your  Child without Toxins
 

Aiming towards gentle care for babies, this Gurugram-based startup creates specially formulated products 
 

22 Aug 2019

‘It’s a true honour,’ says equestrian Fouaad Mirza about Arjuna recognition

The award will be conferred on him by the President of India on August 29

20 Aug 2019

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