The Bangalore International Centre is celebrating women, freedom and equality with day-long events that highlight the strengths and vulnerabilities of women and busts myths and stereotypes of gender. Art, music, photography, theatre, books, discussions, films, »
Varthur lake is the second-largest water body in Bengaluru. The 440-acre lake is located on the eastern periphery of the city, surrounded by villages and all the big IT companies. Over the last 20 years, »
The Period Junction will be the first international conference on menstrual health in Bangalore on March 7th and 8th, 2020. The aim of the conference is to create a groundwork for the movement to grow stronger as one. »
City of Women is an upcoming podcast about how women in the city explores the calculated strategies, the backdoor negotiations and the sometimes absurd lengths women go to have fun and feel free in their »
Workshops, photography trails, storytelling sessions, organic food, 5 km run and a lot of fun – this is what Kaikondrahalli lake festival witnessed. Special eco-friendly medals made of lake reeds were awarded to all runners! »
Bengaluru took the top spot this year as the world’s most congested city with commuters expecting to spend an average of 71 per cent extra travel time stuck in traffic. According to the survey conducted by B.PAC, 33 % of the survey respondents said that they do not use public transport in Bengaluru becauseof lack of frequency.
First and Last Mile Connectivity to Public Transport in Bengaluru »