COVID-19 impact: Bengalureans venture into share market business, investing, trading amid lockdown

Economic slowdown, risk in business, job layoffs and paycuts have pinched the common man’s wallet and many have taken to plunging their savings into the business of investing, as alternate income.

22 Jun 2020

This Mysuru homemaker is committed to bring sparrows back

Once upon a time you could see scores of sparrows hopping in the backyard or even some daring to come to your balcony chirping merrily.

14 Jun 2020

21-year-old Mysuru boy publishes book on lesser-known facts on Supreme Court

The 112-page book titled 'Crawl towards Supreme Court of India' was penned by Gowda during the three-month corona induced lockdown.

08 Jun 2020

Ex-servicemen demand pension for jawans who fought Indo-Pak wars of 1965 and 1971

"The proposed policy should be based on the criteria, not on the cadre of a war veteran. All are soldiers first, later they are segregated as jawans or EC/SSC officers," said Mandetira N Subramani

02 Jun 2020

Mysuru: Not just a piece of cloth, volunteers promote menstrual hygiene amid COVID-19 pandemic

Dr Sagarika Nithyanand (28) and Manasa Rao (24) have visited 16 slums and 40 low-income areas in Mysuru in the last two months, and has reached out to 7,500 women.

31 May 2020

Popular with tourists, yoga, ancient healing art schools are suffering  

Like most businesses across the globe, the famous yoga and ancient healing art schools in Mysuru are going through a rough patch during this pandemic.   

10 May 2020

Construction workers seek relief after being left jobless by COVID-19 lockdown  

Social activist NT Ravikumar said that the government should provide financial assistance for construction workers for 2-3 months and also make arrangements to supply groceries and vegetables. 

21 Apr 2020

Demand and supply: Twin blows for artisans

No buyers, no work. This is the story of artisans here. The culturally-rich Mysuru is known for its arts and crafts, which attracts people from across the globe.

19 Apr 2020

Lockdown impact: With no tourists around, Mysuru tongawallas plead govt to feed their horses

They fear that the coronavirus pandemic would lead to a decline in tourists footfall in Mysuru for few more months. 

09 Apr 2020

These kind hearts make sure Mysuru's stray dogs don't starve during lockdown

On average, each pet lover is feeding 20-30 dogs every day and are also keeping water in small containers to quench their summer thirst.  

09 Apr 2020

In spotlight: Fight against coronavirus

During the lockdown, people are getting creatively inclined not just to make use of their time at home but also to spread awareness about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

07 Apr 2020

When tech syncs with song and dance

Just like billions of people the world over, the routine of these students from the music and dance institutes is also hit by the COVID-19 scare.

05 Apr 2020

GOAWAY bands - A smart band to the people under quarantine

A team of three has developed this GOAWAY bands to prevent any sort of pandemic in future, including Coronavirus.  
 

02 Apr 2020

Cooking, chores and workouts: How Mysureans make most of quarantine

I normally cycle for one hour and dedicate two hours to other fitness activities every day.

29 Mar 2020

Pulling the strings of history

Hailing from a line of puppeteers, Mysuru resident Srikantha strives to revive the art of rod puppetry by conducting shows

16 Feb 2020