Marked by concern

Waiting to complete their coursework and exams, college students express concern over the alternatives suggested by institutes and uncertain job prospects

23 May 2020

Blending the new and the old

City flautist HS Venugopal’s new five-track album features ragas, devotional elements and tales from Indian mythology, along with modern instruments like the keyboard

21 May 2020

Metal mania

Post the release of their debut album ‘Motion/Emotion’ in 2017, Bengaluru-based metallers Tangent’s change in line-up brought in Milind Yohann to undertake bass duties.

18 May 2020

Stationed for change: Community radio in Bengaluru at the time of COVID-19

Community radio is making waves during the lockdown with many tuning in to listen to stories of human interest, myth busters and verified information.

11 May 2020

Comedy connections

City-based comedian Praveen Kumar  talks to CE about his newly-released comedy special and his preference for  his mother tongue to deliver jokes

09 May 2020

Metal matters

Among the collaborators on the album is also city-based guitarist Tony Das.

06 May 2020

In the read zone

 With an aim to bring a slice of theatre to your screens, Ranga Shankara has started its live play reading session, Maneyinda Manege.

05 May 2020

Music without borders

Saahil Karmally was on a flight to Dubai in November last year when he witnessed various accounts of cultural discrimination, including treatment on the basis of caste and religion.

04 May 2020

Beating the blues

Will Bengaluru’s famous live music scene make a comeback anytime soon? Musicians and venue owners weigh in

02 May 2020

Driven by purpose

Their foray into rallying dates to 2018 when Shivani joined India’s first all-women racing team, Ahura Racing, and participated in Volkswagen Motorsport India’s Ameo Cup.

30 Apr 2020

A healing touch

37 city musicians come up with the cover of Micheal Jackson’s Heal the World to raise funds for those affected by the lockdown

29 Apr 2020

‘Hope people can relate to my experience’

 “I wanted to write about the experiences I faced without romanticising anything, and I hope people are able to relate to my experience rather than talk about depression in general.

27 Apr 2020

Classes apart

Online classes are not a smooth ride for everyone, say parents and school teachers, with issues like internet connectivity, lack of kids’ concentration and missing classroom ambience posing challenges

23 Apr 2020

Lockdown gave me guts to step out of comfort zone: Bengaluru stand-up comedian Harshith Hegde

While staying indoors has become the need of the hour, it has also paved the way for artistes to utilise virtual means as an alternative.

20 Apr 2020

‘Social distancing is not useful against a communal virus’

.... says politician Salman Khurshid, as he talks to CE about how he finished a book on CAA during the lockdown, plans of writing a book on Ayodhya verdict, the recent Tablighi Markaz row and more.

16 Apr 2020