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Taking Commuters For A Ride?
What happens when apps formulated to make life easy become the cause of inconvenience?
Busi Prafula Grace
Samuel Prashanth, Office Manager of National School of Journalism (NSoJ), passed away last Sunday
Chinnaswamy Bleeds Blue
Team India’s clinical all-around performance results in a series victory.
Mobile addiction is on the rise and teenagers are the worst affected by it. To help those affected, NIMHANS, Bangalore, has started a ‘digital de-addiction’ centre. Read on to know more.
Tanhaji Roars Its Way Through
17th century historical saga, is slick, high voltage and well made piece of entertainment.
Anuj Sahebrao Rayate
Transcending Boundaries Through Dance
The classical dance form, Bharatanatyam, has influenced people around the world. Read on to find out how love for this art form has inspired a French-Swiss dancer to popularise this art in different parts of the world.
The Dentist Ironman
Meet the Bangalorean who successfully completed a race that many consider the most gruelling one-day sporting event in the world.
Celebrating Harvest; Makara Sankranti
A look into the festival of Sankranti, also known as ‘Suggi Habba’, in the State of Karnataka.
The Dark World of Necromancy
Superstitions such as "black magic", "witchcraft", and "evil energy" are still haunting the people across the country.
Bengaluru Whitewash Jamshedpur
Bengaluru FC’s win over Jamshedpur proves the team might be well on their way to salvaging this season.
JNC Girls Lock Horns With BJP Supporters
Students of a Bangalore girls’ college and BJP party workers got into a argument about the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act.
Rajini shines, but Darbar fails to impress
Though the theatre is filled with the energy of the audience in the introductory scene, a weak screenplay turns down the energy in the climax.
Mahadevan K V
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