Marked by uncertainty

With dates for second PUC ractical exams being postponed, experts pitch in on ways to handle 
academic pressure in such times

27 Apr 2021

Moods of Malleswaram

Artist collective Geechu Galu is giving life to the worn-out wallsof this neighbourhood

22 Apr 2021

A global twist to local arts

This yet-to-be-titled documentary hopes to take viewers on a colourful journey of contemporary art in Italy and India

20 Apr 2021

Standing their ground

Restaurants managed by people with disabilities speak to CE about how they are coping with the second wave of Covid

15 Apr 2021

The haves & the have nots

H2O juxtaposes the usage and availability of water in urban and rural contexts, and prompts us to re-think our attitudes 

08 Apr 2021

Mapping Tipu’s defeat

Bengaluru-based collector Sunil Baboo has acquired maps that show the battle plan of the Third Anglo-Mysore war, which Tipu Sultan lost

06 Apr 2021

Splash of concern for Bengaluru swim centers as government orders shutdown due to Covid

It’s a sense of deja-vu for swimming coaches who are up in arms against the government over the order to close down pools again

05 Apr 2021

Making nation safer: 100 women in military corps to storm new bastion

The first batch of 100 women in the Corps of Military Police (CMP) have almost completed their training and will graduate as Lance Naiks on May 8 after a year of rigorous training.

02 Apr 2021

Of connections and culture

German Consul General Achim Burkart speaks to CE about his initial months in India, how Germany and Bengaluru share similar historical ties, and more

01 Apr 2021

New innings, same old gusto: 'India's bat doctor' set to open his sports shop in Bengaluru

Previously having worked as a garbage truck driver, bouncer and carpenter, Bhandari – often known as ‘India’s bat doctor’ –  is also gearing up to assume a new role.

29 Mar 2021

Paying it forward

They are now the Humankind Global, and have launched a mega campaign of documenting over 1 billion stories of kindness, assistance and humanity.

23 Mar 2021

Crypto and the city

This new web series about the cyber world, starring Prateik Babbar, might just include a link to namma ooru in its second season, which is currently work in progress

23 Mar 2021

‘I am still nervous about shows’

Playback singer Usha Uthup, who is conducting an online masterclass, speaks to Express about 
her ‘compulsive optimism’, being nervous on stage, and more

23 Mar 2021

Summer internships: To log in or log out? 

Tasks on WhatsApp, virtual meetings and guidance... Online internships may be safer during a second Covid wave but students are worried about missing out on real-world experience

22 Mar 2021

I have not taken a holiday for 36 years: Anupam Kher

Kher, who when forced to take a break due to the COVID-19 lockdown, penned a book on positivity, which was launched in the city over the weekend.

17 Mar 2021