Meghana Sastry

On her toes, teaching ballet

For Yana Lewis, who made Bengaluru her home, this is a way of life

21 Dec 2020

The British ballerina who is working towards creating The National Ballet of India

At ‘The Lewis Foundation of Classical Ballet’ they follow the international syllabus which is from the 'Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing' in U.K.

30 Nov 2020

‘Take what you love, pay what you like’

On Saturday, heaps of works created by many artists were displayed on Church Street, on sale on a “take what you love and pay what you like,” basis.

22 Nov 2020

Flood, dread and tears: Bengaluru residents still trying to clear muck, filth left in its wake

Residents recount horror as heavy rain led to SWD breach which flooded their houses.

27 Oct 2020

She 'rocks': When climbing paves way to empowerment, crossing mental hurdles

The true meaning for Gowri, who started CLAW with others, is empowerment, breaking mental barriers and building a community for women.

20 Sep 2020

Safety first as Bengaluru's Namma Metro gets set to roll post COVID lockdown

The BMRCL is all set to resume operations from September 7 after a gap of five months. Keeping safety precautions in mind, a hand-reading thermostat has been placed at the entrance of each station.

06 Sep 2020

Farm to fork: Dairy unit makes foodies say cheese

The pandemic has seen many dons the chefs hats, and it’s no surprise that home chefs are on the rise.

21 Aug 2020

St Philomena’s Hospital restrains woman over Rs 7.4 lakh bill for COVID-19 treatment

Hospital authorities refused to let the patient Priya be discharged over non-payment of the bill amounting to Rs 7.4 lakh.

03 Aug 2020

Protest after Bengaluru hospital refuses to discharge COVID patient over Rs7.4 lakh bill

The Human Rights Anti-Corruption Bureau staged a protest outside St. Philomena's Hospital on Saturday, after hospital authorities refused to discharge a patient over non-payment of the bill.

02 Aug 2020

Warped up in uncertainty

No weddings, no silk supply and no demand for sarees. Worries loom large for handloom weavers, who are left wondering what the future holds for them

24 Jun 2020

Bake in business: Bengaluru artisanal bakers slowly trying to inch back

Pranav Ullal, the founder of Loafer & Company, decided to resume sales when he came across multiple messages in WhatsApp groups talking about the bread shortage in Malleswaram.

12 May 2020

Staging a change

This International Dance Day, artistes take the virtual path to dance, learn and teach

30 Apr 2020

Co-working spaces head into isolation period

Gautam Aildas, community manager of The Bohemian House, a popular haunt for people in the art space, says that while they have taken all necessary precautions, there is a drastic drop in numbers.

24 Mar 2020

Life on the Rocks; One boulder at a time

A pair of good, sturdy shoes, a crash pad, a chalk bag and a passion for climbing – are the only essentials you need to be a climber

01 Mar 2020