Reshma Ravishanker

Angry residents protest axing of trees by Bengaluru civic body

Residents of Vinayaknagar and KR Garden are angry with the civic body for axing trees for the proposed signal-free corridor.

19 Jul 2017

Country’s sole brain museum to get a digital makeover Soon

The National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS) has proposed to digitise the only brain museum in the country.

18 Jul 2017

Rare double delight for city philatelists at Karphilex 2017

It was a visual treat for philatelists in the city on Sunday. They got a glimpse of two of the rare stamps in the world — the Inverted Head and the Red Scinde District Dawke — collected by city-based

17 Jul 2017

Ammanni College to conduct elections with EVMs

Maharani Lakshmi Ammanni College was part of the initial trial of the Electronic Voting Machine in Karnataka.

16 Jul 2017

Thick smoke engulfs sankey road, leaves commuters gasping

Morning walkers at Sankey Tank who hoped to get a breath of fresh air on Tuesday were welcomed by smoke from garbage that was being burnt in the vicinity on Tuesday. 

12 Jul 2017

State silently stops issuing Madilu kit
 

Poor and SC/ST women in state will no longer get ‘Madilu Kits’ after delivery.

04 Jul 2017

Kannada movie industry cries foul over tax levy

Kannada movies are set to take a beating as movie tickets will attract 18 per cent GST. 

02 Jul 2017

Small pharmacies stare at shortage of BP, diabetes meds

With the wholesale drug sellers not billing drugs to retail pharmacists post-implementation of GST, there has been no supply of drugs for nearly a week now in the city.

02 Jul 2017

Wallet weapon to work as self-defence tool for women

A wallet that works as a self-defence tool too? This is what a startup comprising students and alumni of Manipal University in Karnataka has developed.

02 Jul 2017

SC ban may dilute Brand Bengaluru

Karnataka minister for Tourism, Priyank Kharge is of the opinion that ‘Brand Bengaluru’ would take a beating with the ban on pubs and bars around MG Road and Church Street.

29 Jun 2017

After battling croc, he’s now on a mission to design a prosthetic arm for himself

“I had to voluntarily snap off my arm to save my life,” said 29-year-old Mudit Dandwate, city-based entrepreneur who was attacked by a crocodile on Sunday at Thattekere lake, off Kanakapura Road.

28 Jun 2017

Croc rips off man’s arm as he rushes to save pet dogs

A Sunday morning drive turned into a nightmare for a city-based entrepreneur when a crocodile attacked him and snapped off his left arm at Thattekere lake, off Kanakapura Road.

26 Jun 2017

Beware, mild fever may also be H1N1 symptom

Cases are now being reported where patients have mild fever and diarrhoea, which were not seen as symptoms in the past.

26 Jun 2017

Manipal startup develops wallet-weapon

A wallet that works as a self-defence tool too? This is what a startup comprising students and alumni of Manipal University has developed.

25 Jun 2017

Yoga holds out message of peace in times of conflict

Trouble-torn Syria is looking to Yoga, particularly in Bengaluru, in the hope of the return of peace.

21 Jun 2017

A passion which now drives their lives

Some youngsters in Bengaluru have left lucrative jobs to pursue a career in Yoga, and also to find a greater purpose in their lives

21 Jun 2017

There was also chaos for a while

It was 3.45pm. Excitement among commuters taking the first passenger ride on the Phase 1 metro was soaring. Scores of people were waiting at Mantri Square station to go towards Yelachenahalli.

19 Jun 2017

No stretcher or help at hand, man drags mentally challenged son to hospital in Bengaluru

On Tuesday afternoon, a 28-year-old physically and mentally challenged patient, had to be pulled along by his father as no stretcher was provided to him.

07 Jun 2017

Dyslexic student battles odds to score 9.8 CGPA

Having a learning disability and hardships in life did not stop Mohammad Adnan Khasim from scoring high in his class 10 board exams.

04 Jun 2017

Bagging jobs to get tougher for engg graduates

For engineering graduates, bagging jobs will get tougher this year. Colleges are seeing at least a 30 per cent reduction in the number of recruitments this year.

01 Jun 2017

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