Lesly Joseph

‘Bengaluru is an enviable pool of world-class tech talent’

For Patil, Bengaluru is not just about technology or startups though.

23 hours ago

SOS! This Bengaluru bookshop tries last move to survive

Goobe’s announces possible shutdown and seeks help from bibliophiles to save their business

28 Nov 2019

Thursday with a twist: Soccer, mimosa and more

 Sanghamitra Gupta, a resource manager and food blogger in Vignan Nagar, had a vague idea of Thanksgiving, until her brother married an American.

27 Nov 2019

Riding high on passion

Life of a rider is unpredictable. Each journey takes you to different experiences.

26 Nov 2019

Spreading the word

The video contains spoken word poetry, and features popular drag queen Zeeshan Ali, who is also an LGBT+ activist. Titled 

25 Nov 2019

When stories weave a common global language

With 60 foreign participants and seven non-Indian storytellers this year, the Bengaluru Storytelling Festival seems to have gained popularity with an international crowd as well.

25 Nov 2019

Tunes from France,Armenia and all that jazz

The artiste received critical acclaim for the album Trans Extended and has a third album slated to release in January.

23 Nov 2019

‘Breaking’ stereotypes

Sitting in her dance studio Break Brahma in Kasturi Nagar, 23-year-old Johanna Rodrigues talks gently, uttering each word carefully.

21 Nov 2019

In sync with a social cause

Paying tribute to popular female playback singer Asha Bhonsle, Chitrahaar is back in the city with its fourth edition.

20 Nov 2019

Spotlight on trees, troubles, transgenders

With focus on trees being axed, the exhibition compares the disfigured trunks of trees to the lives of transgenders.

19 Nov 2019

Bengaluru octogenarian spreads hues of conservation

It took 19 years to bring back Byrasanadra lake and now we want to spread the awareness of its preservation to our next generation.

18 Nov 2019

Straight from Syria, with love

Kebabs like Syrian Spiced Lamb Chops, Seesh Touk, Syrian Prawn Kebab and Damascus Kofta Kebab were served with rice.

16 Nov 2019

Lost in time

All this started when D’Souza happened to study about world famous clockmaker John Harrison in his Class 2 English textbook.

16 Nov 2019

Being a musician was a decision took by choice: Sarod player Rajeev Taranath

Born in Bengaluru, Taranath started with vocal classical music under the tutelage of his father Pandit Taranath.

14 Nov 2019

How Bengaluru shaped octogenarian Bhargavi Narayan's career in theatre

Bhargavi Narayan, who won the Karnataka Rajyotsava 2019 award, says that her pillars of support were her mother and husband.

11 Nov 2019