Personal essays, commentary, opinion, interviews
Book Review: The Last White Hunter, Reminiscences of a Colonial Shikari
Want to know how water bodies are encroached? Slowly and steadily
Conflict of Commercialisation – How does it stop?
Filter coffee: it’s an experience…
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A protest in Bengaluru against violence on women
#BekuBedaSathe: What next?
Here’s how Bengaluru roads can go pothole-free
Of festivals, price rise and farmers…
Bengaluru monsoons: Not so gentle anymore!
Catch them young: Teaching kids about handling garbage
In love with Bengaluru’s metro
“I ride alongside business people aggressively typing out texts, giggling school children, backpack-clad college students, women with grocery bags, men talking on the phone, young couples tightly gripping each others’ hands and teenagers with music blaring out their earphones. There is no touristy glamour. For a second I feel slightly less of an outsider.”