Ramzauva Chhakchhuak

Electric scooter-sharing service launched in Bengaluru

A platform for renting of electric scooters was launched in the city.

07 Oct 2018

Swiss mobility, solar startups to visit city in December

India's energy sector has taken an aggressive growth approach, and it's the perfect time for Switzerland to take a closer look at it.

06 Oct 2018

Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation to set up big data analytics centre to improve its services

BMTC is working with institutes such as IIIT-B and IISc on the same.

03 Oct 2018

Designing for the differently-abled

Not many in India have explored the possibilities of using wearable technology and clothing to help the differently-abled.

01 Oct 2018

Web observatory at IIIT-B aims to check fake news and trends

One of the major charges against social media giant Facebook is that it represents an ‘echo chamber’, where one’s biases get strengthened.

29 Sep 2018

National Institute of Design Bengaluru to offer online course on bamboo design starting next month

He says that one of the reasons for starting the course were regular inquiries by people.

27 Sep 2018

BU to roll out course to prepare for Kodagu-like-situations

He says that the new MSc course will teach topics such as remote sensing and will be a totally field oriented course.

26 Sep 2018

The 'sitting till late’ office culture is widespread, says maker of 'The Viral Office Rant'

In the video, Naveen Polishetty is trying to leave office on time, after wrapping up his work for the day, to enjoy the rest of his evening watching cricket at a pub nearby, over a couple of beers.

10 Sep 2018

IIT Bangalore-CGNet Swara's translation technology to bridge gap in Red-corridor areas

For decades, tribal areas have been severely underdeveloped due to the offensive and counter-offensive between government and Maoist forces.

08 Sep 2018

Now, Bengalureans can help Adivasis lead better lives

A countrywide initiative that will start from Bengaluru and involves techies and researchers based here, will enable people living in cities to help solve everyday problems of Adivasis

05 Sep 2018

Finding tech hacks for manual scavengers

The manual scavengers will be put into different teams and will guide students and techies working on problems related to their area of work

04 Sep 2018

It takes a Bullet to douse the fire in Bengaluru

The initiative consists of a two-wheeler (a Royal Enfield Bullet) and state-of-the-art equipment such as a fire extinguishing foam cylinder that is many times effective than water.

01 Sep 2018

Bengaluru schools to be warned against Momo Challenge 

According to recent media reports, the game has allegedly already claimed the life of a Class 10 student in Ajmer, and another girl in West Bengal was contacted to join the game, reports say.

29 Aug 2018

City scientists condemn statements linking Kerala floods to divine wrath

A number of unscientific statements made by people regarding the rains and floods in Kerala and parts of Karnataka and its possible causes, have been condemned by scientists and rationalists.

22 Aug 2018

Parents turn to startups for school fee loans

Techies, MNC employees and teachers are borrowing anywhere between Rs 50,000 and F 1 lakh to pay off their childrens’ school fees

22 Aug 2018

Bengaluru citizens rise up for Kodagu

Members of the Karnataka Civil Defence Quick Response Team share brave stories from the flood-ravaged parts of Kodagu; team has been tirelessly working since August 14, which was when the situation es

21 Aug 2018

Slum kid kicks her way to international taekwondo turf

Kavana K, 14, has battled poverty to become an international-level taekwondo champ, and will be leaving to Belarus today to take part in an international tournament.

18 Aug 2018

Japan looking to hire 30-40k skilled workers: Consul-General

Japan needs as many as five lakh skilled professionals from India for the IT, medicine and services sectors, according to the Japanese-Consul General in Bengaluru, Takayuki Kitagawa. He also hopes tha

06 Aug 2018

Will Bengaluru see 'exodus of musicians' soon?

The ban on live music has raised the hackles of musicians and pub and bar owners in the city, but , many people who depend on the industry directly for their livelihood are suffering a great deal.

02 Aug 2018

Class 10 government school students score below average

Bengaluru may be the nerve centre of the state and an educational hub, but it looks like it’s class 10 students in government and aided schools, have a lot of catching up to do.

02 Aug 2018

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