Shriya K Sharma

Poll fever causes rash of hoardings

Illegal political flexes have taken over Bengaluru, and citizens tell us how their daily lives are being affected

25 Jan 2018

Schoolmates on an attempt to make traffic and city smarter

We Bengalureans are desperate for any ways and means to ease our infamous traffic troubles.

22 Jan 2018

Capturing Mumbai in a bowl

The Bombay Buddha bowls at SodaBottleOpenerWala are every homesick Mumbaikar living in the city’s answer to a home cooked meal.

16 Dec 2017

Felix goes classical with old fashioned menu

Classic dishes have a certain warmth to them, and bringing this warmth to the chilly Bengaluru weather is Cafe Felix, with its 'old fashioned' menu.

11 Nov 2017

Century Club,older than it lets on

“One of the oldest clubs in Bengaluru, Century Club is definitely one of the city’s landmarks,” says Arun Prasad, a city-based independent historian, and rightly so.

09 Nov 2017

Breaking myths, one tasty vegetarian meal at a time

Tucked away on Museum Road is Little Green Cafe, a three-month-old eatery and sister of the now six-year-old popular organic restaurant, Green Theory.

04 Nov 2017

Turf is greener on city side

B’luru has most number of astro arenas, with 130 privately owned ones, in the country; These makeshift fields are a booming business, charging `1,500 for hour’s play

07 Oct 2017

‘DnB has declined here, but it’ll rise again’

Bengaluru’s very own king of funk Vachan Chinappa speaks to City Express about bringing Drum and Bass (DnB) to the city, and on the dearth of good venues

04 Oct 2017

City Pandals get ready for Pujo

Free Wi-Fi, green idols and ‘dhakiya’ dance to invite festive revellers

21 Sep 2017

Would you cook for strangers?

Bengalureans are opening their dining rooms to foodies who want to taste traditional home-cooked food

20 Sep 2017

This man fought to get licence for tirupati laddu

City-based activist T Narasimha Murthy filed RTI and fought for more than a year to get the TTD a licence

19 Sep 2017

On road with Social’s dhaba-style festival

Social in Koramangala and Church Street had the perfect way of celebrating the end of the alcohol ban that had several watering holes in the city running dry for the past two months.

16 Sep 2017

Eco-friendly menstrual cups for BBMP workers

Around 360 BBMP women link workers (powrakarmikas) could receive sanitary cups as part of a campaign in the city.

02 Sep 2017

Nothing really Irish about it

On a rainy evening, we headed to Bellandur to check out the new menu at The Irish Pub at RMZ Eco World.

02 Sep 2017

Tomatoes, chillies and brinjals in your Ganesha’s belly

That plaster of Paris (PoP) Ganesha idols are harmful to the environment is not new news.

23 Aug 2017

Start turning ‘Waste to Food’

Greenpeace launches waste segregation campaign, hopes to improve soil and food quality via organic waste

12 Aug 2017

I like it when bollywood projects pay me good money, says brodha v

It was the city’s underground hip hop scene that nurtured him into the artist that he is today, he tells CE

02 Aug 2017

Course on agri business awaits transgenders

Transgenders and women will be trained to be entrepreneurs in sustainable agriculture by city-based NGO Samvada.

28 Jul 2017

6,000 saplings to soon keep this lake company  

Almost 6,000 saplings will be planted within hours on Saturday in Kyalasanahalli.

26 Jul 2017

The bar exchange! More you drink, less you pay

Going out for drinks and dinner with your friends can really burn a hole in your pocket.

22 Jul 2017

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