Bengaluru News


Bengaluru startup offers private dining experience with favourite food

Calling friends over for a meal or heading out to restaurants seems to be passe in Bengaluru where people are hiring private spaces for a unique private dining experience  

published : 25 May 2022

Slow and stylish

With sustainable fashion being the buzzword, designers are exploring hemp-based fabrics as they are environmentally-friendly and lightweight
 

published : 25 May 2022

Bengaluru: Forest dept refuses NHAI land for road widening

Forest staffers are of the opinion that road widening will lead to more conflict due to spike in traffic while construction of flyovers and bridges on roads cutting th­rough forests is not a solution.

published : 25 May 2022

E-mail asking alumni of Bengaluru school to change name of Gyanvapi Masjid stirs controversy

The email that was sent to alumni a couple of days ago purportedly gave detailed instructions on how to change the location, which had drawn sharp criticism.

published : 24 May 2022

Three zonal in-charges get on job, oversee rain-readiness in Bengaluru

Byrathi, Gopalaiah, Ashwath Narayan direct officials to be on their toes

published : 24 May 2022

BBMP schools’ SSLC results forces rethink

BBMP schools reported just 71.27 pass percentage in the recently concluded SSLC examinations. 

published : 24 May 2022

BBMP lens on safety in all malls

Rangappa said that as per norms, regular safety checks should also be carried out, and BBMP has taken up the task.  

published : 24 May 2022

Put end to bursting crackers at night: Suresh Kumar to cops

This should not be allowed,” the minister appealed to senior police officers.

published : 24 May 2022

After promise of payment, contractors to restart work at KG Layout

Numerous infrastructure works at Nadapraprabu Kempegowda Layout that had come to a standstill or were going on at a snail’s pace are all set to restart from Tuesday. 

published : 24 May 2022

Asha workers get kudos but no proper pay

WHO award turns focus on their plight: long work hours, no basic benefits; want Centre to fix `12,000 honorarium 

published : 24 May 2022

Not many Omicron patients got Long Covid symptoms

 Those who had contracted the Omicron variant of Covid-19 may develop Long Covid less frequently than those who had other variants, authors of a new study out of Japan concluded.

published : 24 May 2022

After crash, dentist takes victim to hospital, scoots

A woman dentist crashed her speeding new car into a biker while attempting to take a U-turn in Pategarapalya, in Kamakshipalya police station limits on Saturday.

published : 24 May 2022

Accused on run after killing retired bank manager held

The accused who has been arrested now, Madhusudhan alias Madhu, 27, from Hebbal in Mysuru, had got bail from the High Court in 2017 and was absconding since then.

published : 24 May 2022

Raising the bar

Bengaluru is witnessing a surge in concept bars that are pushing the boundaries with unique experiences centred on design, tailored drinks, and a gourmet food menu — all coupled with that X-factor

published : 24 May 2022

Sound of music on animals

We’ve all heard of pets singing along while their humans practice music (my cats run up and down the piano keyboard at odd hours), and it’s hilarious.

published : 24 May 2022