A reader wrote to us: “This article clearly violates the principle of Oorvani foundation (of non-partisan reporting)… this article from Mount Carmel event is clearly to support Rahul Gandhi as a politician.” No. First, the
The excitement around the upcoming Bangalore Literary Festival has been marred by controversy. Writers threatening to boycott the festival and founding director Vikram Sampath stepping down has raised many questions in the minds of Bangaloreans.
The ‘I Change Indiranagar’ initiative has been formed by the residents to raise a collective voice against various issues plaguing Indiranagar, issues that have converted Indiranagar from a peaceful neighbourhood to an uncontrolled illegal commercial
BBMP Council on 25 February 2015, suo moto, passed a resolution, wherein Startling Line Sports were granted permission ONLY to develop a cricket pitch in the BBMP playground located in Indiranagar 1st Stage, at their expense;
It’s unusual to have a festival only for instruments, and so it was interesting to attend the “Bangalore Harmonica and Reed Instruments Festival” at Ravindra Kalakshetra on the 22nd of November, 2015. The predominant
Environment Support Group (ESG) made this report about the meeting called by BBMP officials regarding tree-felling in Reach 2 of the Bangalore Metro Project. That link gives the entire details of what trasnpired in the meeting, and
Music from Kannada films continue to be very popular, despite media coverage of the challenged state of the Kannada film industry.Much of the credit has to go to music directors who continue to innovate, by
At the end of their tireless journey, one through light and dark, these deflated pieces of rubber lie awaiting another journey to serve mankind. At a tyre scrap yard near Kalasipalya market Recycling of used
Halanayanahalli- off Sarjapur road is like many other parts of the city depends on groundwater for water needs. Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Center (KSNDMC) has put up a weather station at the Halanayakanahalli Gram Panchayat
The unprecedented heavy rains of the past few weeks has exposed the vulnerabilty of our erstwhile “City of Lakes” yet again… the vulnerability to flooding, primarily due to haphazard growth and inappropriate land use changes.
So, did you read about what happened in Mali; that, there were 27 dead bodies after Malian commandos stormed the besieged luxury hotel to free those trapped inside? Incidentally, there were 20 Indians among the