Anila Kurian

Bengaluru cartoonist Paul Fernandes and his brush with the past

Cartoonist Paul Fernandes is on a mission to revive old Bengaluru by presenting his works at a star hotel, which is a walk down memory lane.

04 Jul 2022

INTERVIEW | Can’t Separate Art from the Artist, says Arjun Kanungo

Singer Arjun Kanungo’s debut album Industry is a reflection of his style and identity.
 

03 Jul 2022

Leading forward

Renowned educationist and retired principal of Bishop Cotton Boys’ School, Abraham Ebenezer condenses his experiences spanning 40 years into a 400-page book

30 Jun 2022

It’s raining restaurants

The pandemic hasn’t been kind to the food and beverage industry, but the rise in diners now has been a big relief. And restaurateurs want to fully cash in on this.

29 Jun 2022

Whipping up a winning meal

Sashi Cheliah, the winner of MasterChef Australia season 10, who was in the city to present his signature dishes at a star property, shares his recipe for success.

27 Jun 2022

Real picture 

Here in Bengaluru to attend a wedding, Bollywood actor Aparshakti Khurana gets candid about his married life, his love for the city, his brother Ayushmann Khurrana, and much more  
 

23 Jun 2022

‘Loaf’ing all the way

A brief break and stint abroad later, comedian Amit Tandon is back in town with his show
‘Masala Sandwich’ with which he is touring the country

22 Jun 2022

Meeting over meals

Bengalureans are back to community dining aka meeting strangers and like-minded people over food, something that had come to a standstill during the pandemic

21 Jun 2022

All in a minute

Arab-Israeli vlogger Nuseir Yassin of Nas Daily, who was in the city recently, is working on building a community of quality content creators

20 Jun 2022

Woof woof! Yoga gets ‘pawsitive’ twist 

‘Doga’ is the hottest rage among pawrents in Bengaluru; as humans unwind through yoga, their animals are no less enthusiastic to have some bonding time with their hoomans

16 Jun 2022

Nature trippin’ while camping around Bengaluru

More and more Bengalureans are taking to nature camps to break away from back to work and school life.

14 Jun 2022

Reel deal: The Bengalurean whose first book is being made into a movie

Bengaluru boy Varun Agarwal, whose book is being adapted into a Bollywood film –  produced by Ronnie Screwvala and Siddharth Roy Kapur – tells CE about how he’s made his dream come true

06 Jun 2022

A mid-summer’s ice cream

For the second time, this city cafe is converting itself into a night ice cream bar this weekend

04 Jun 2022

Healing through art  

After a near-death experience, Badrunissa Irfan, wife of Irfan Razack, CMD of Prestige Group, has put paintbrush to paper, expressing all that she’s been through
 

31 May 2022

‘App’solutely local

Neene, a newly-launched vernacular dating app, is an attempt to help Kannadigas find long-lasting relationships

30 May 2022