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Five Reasons Why Breaking Bad Is The Greatest TV Show Ever

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Five Reasons Why Breaking Bad Is The Greatest TV Show Ever

Twelve years since its inception, this Emmy and Golden Globe winning crime drama continues to be the benchmark for television shows. Abhik Deb’s review will tempt you to binge-watch this series during the lock-down.


Abhik Deb

Covid-19 Tip #2: Money Can't Buy You Immunity

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Covid-19 Tip #2: Money Can't Buy You Immunity

Rachel Anthony explains why communities that are perceived to be poor or unhygienic are not super-spreaders of Covid-19.


Rachel Anthony

Adam and Eve: Gender Disparity in Emotional Expressions

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Adam and Eve: Gender Disparity in Emotional Expressions

Are women really more emotional than men? Are men incapable of showing emotion? Sanskriti Dalmia discusses student perspectives on these eternal questions.


Sanskriti Dalmia

WHO Advice On Mask Usage Hypocritical?

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WHO Advice On Mask Usage Hypocritical?

New developments have put the spotlight on the WHO’s recommendation on the use of medical masks to curb spread of Covid-19.


Preetika Parashuraman

Covid-19 Useful Tip #1: Do Not Spray Disinfectant On People

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Covid-19 Useful Tip #1: Do Not Spray Disinfectant On People

Spraying disinfectant on people is hazardous. We explain the proper use of disinfectants to prevent the spread of Covid-19.


Jaya Gomathi Mirra R

NSoJ Gets Back To Work Amid COVID-19 Lockdown

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NSoJ Gets Back To Work Amid COVID-19 Lockdown

National School of Journalism resumes programmes online five days into the Covid-19 lockdown


The Lockdown: India's Cure For The Covid-19 Problem

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The Lockdown: India's Cure For The Covid-19 Problem

The 21-day shutdown to fight the coronavirus pandemic is perhaps the biggest decision made in post-independence India.


Timothy Franklyn

Self-Isolation In The Time of COVID-19

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Self-Isolation In The Time of COVID-19

If you believe you have mild COVID-19 symptoms, you need to pay attention to the WHO’s recommendations on self-isolation


The Missing Word That Prevents India From Combating Covid-19

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The Missing Word That Prevents India From Combating Covid-19

How the deletion of one word from the WHO ‘Suspect Case’ definition puts India at risk of uncontrolled spread of COVID-19


Timothy Franklyn

The 29 Photographs of an Artist - IT to ISO

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The 29 Photographs of an Artist - IT to ISO

A solo show of photographs by Hemant Kumar at Museum of Art


Garbage Disposal Primitive, Big Health Hazard

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Garbage Disposal Primitive, Big Health Hazard

Have you ever wondered about the journey of the garbage that we conveniently dispose of from our homes?


Hita Prakash

A Leading Light For Those Uncared For

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A Leading Light For Those Uncared For

Life of a sex-worker who now runs an NGO to help uplift the life of others like her.


आने वाले कुछ दशक में क्या भारत कर पाएगा ई.वी.एस (इलेक्ट्रिक व्हीकल्स) से जुड़ी अपनी परियोजना को पूर्ण?

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आने वाले कुछ दशक में क्या भारत कर पाएगा ई.वी.एस (इलेक्ट्रिक व्हीकल्स) से जुड़ी अपनी परियोजना को पूर्ण?

भारत में इलेक्ट्रिक मोबिलिटी लाने के लिए सरकार द्वारा उठाया गया एक कदम


Nisha Singh

Bus Crew Misbehaviour On The Rise

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Bus Crew Misbehaviour On The Rise

A look into how BMTC bus conductors not only fleece the passengers but also misbehave with them.


Understanding Mumbai’s Small Businesses

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Understanding Mumbai’s Small Businesses

A look into how small businesses have managed to sustain in the competitive market of Mumbai.


Nishi Trivedi

A Café For You And Your Furry Companions

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A Café For You And Your Furry Companions

Have you ever wanted to take your dog to a restaurant where there is no restriction on animals? If so then Therpup – A Dog Café is just the place for you and your Dog.


Justina S. Eappen

A Glorious Tradition Under Threat

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A Glorious Tradition Under Threat

The traditional silk weavers in Kanchipuram are staring at the face of extinction as they compete with growing modernisation.


Roshini Muthukumar

Keepin’ The Blues Alive

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Keepin’ The Blues Alive

A two-day celebration of blues music in the city of Mumbai saw performances by some of the biggest names in the industry.


Upamanyu Dhar

Shikara: A Misery Turned Into A Love Story

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Shikara: A Misery Turned Into A Love Story

Shikara “the untold story of Kashmiri Pandits”, directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, shows the shift in the mindset of the people during and after the exodus and manages to portray the same without trying to create any sort of hate-mongering.


Nisha Singh

CAA: Humanitarian or Exclusionary?

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CAA: Humanitarian or Exclusionary?

A Political Union debate at National School of Journalism seeks to answer pertinent questions about the Citizenship (Amendment) Act


Busi Prafula Grace

Love Aaj Kal 2: Little Love, No Entertainment

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Love Aaj Kal 2: Little Love, No Entertainment

“Love Aaj Kal 2” is a Valentine gifts for lovers. Imtiaz Ali presents a complex love story of choosing between career and love.


Nisha Singh

A Ray Of Light In The Dark

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A Ray Of Light In The Dark

K.M. Nithyananda, an 82-year-old Bangalorean, has dedicated 20 years to help provide knowledge to the blind through audiobooks.


Roshini Muthukumar

Garbage Clearance, A Mammoth Task

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Garbage Clearance, A Mammoth Task

A detailed report of 'Garbage Clearance, A Mammoth task'


Hita Prakash

World Of Necromancy

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World Of Necromancy

Superstitions such as "black magic", "witchcraft", and "evil energy" are still haunting the people across the country.


Shreya Rai

Telecom Industry Slipping Into A Monopoly?

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Telecom Industry Slipping Into A Monopoly?

A look at the recent developments in the Telecom sector and the effects of it.


Sneha R

Will Street Vendors Find The Light Soon?

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Will Street Vendors Find The Light Soon?

Street Vendors across Bangalore face a number of challenges every day. We explore the legal aspects and the provisions available for their protection.


Sneha R

Yash Aradhya - Formula 4 Racer, A look At The Future Sporting Superstars, Part 2

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Yash Aradhya - Formula 4 Racer, A look At The Future Sporting Superstars, Part 2

Bangalore boy Yash Aradhya has become the first Indian motorsport racer to win the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Shakti Puraskar. NSoJ speaks to the 17-year-old for whom the only way is up.


Busi Prafula Grace

The ThalaivARR Show

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The ThalaivARR Show

AR Rahman live in concert for the first time in the city of Trichy


Mahadevan K V

Pranavi – Golfer, A look at the future sporting superstars

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Pranavi – Golfer, A look at the future sporting superstars

Touted as the 'next-big-thing' in Indian golf, this teen sensation is making people sit up and take notice.


Hita Prakash

When Blisters, Aches, And Biting Cold Didn’t Matter

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When Blisters, Aches, And Biting Cold Didn’t Matter

The ninth edition of Oxfam walkathon witnessed 404 teams walking 100km and 50km to raise money for a cause.


FASTag Still Not Fast Enough

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FASTag Still Not Fast Enough

Two months after the implementation of FASTag, NSoJ takes a look at the progress of the scheme.


Hita Prakash

In The Service Of Republic

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In The Service Of Republic

The experts in policymaking bring out the known and the unknown stories in this four-hundred-page guide


Mahadevan K V

Bitten By The Beat

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Bitten By The Beat

Uniting through a common love of instrumentalists from India and the United States working together at “An Evening Blend: Jazz + Hindustani Traditions”, explored the intersections of Hindustani music, jazz and beyond by using a unique combination of instruments and cultural backgrounds.


Surya Ranjan Sengupta

The Media, Citizenship, and Identities

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The Media, Citizenship, and Identities

A panel discussion about the Citizenship Amendment Act, and its various implications on individual and communal identities.


Ashutosh Sudhanwa Patki

Holy and Sinful: A Great Dichotomy

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Holy and Sinful: A Great Dichotomy

A keen look at the dichotomy of puberty rituals in India and how the practices hold menstruation both holy and sinful


Jaya Gomathi Mirra R

The Art Of Demystification

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The Art Of Demystification

A discussion on the relevance of political biographies, by two renowned authors at a literature festival


Anuj Sahebrao Rayate

Results Announcement

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Results Announcement

NSoJ's BA Students Shine in Bengaluru Central University Examinations


Timothy Franklyn

For That Picture-Perfect Look

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For That Picture-Perfect Look

NSoJ looks at the booming industry of cosmetic surgery and the obsession with looking better.


Hita Prakash

Karnataka’s Matchless Biodiversity Captured In All Its Splendour

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Karnataka’s Matchless Biodiversity Captured In All Its Splendour

India's first 'bluechip' natural history documentary and a tribute to the relentless effort of the Forest Department.


Hita Prakash

Literature And The Ordeal Of Being A Homosexual

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Literature And The Ordeal Of Being A Homosexual

A panel discussion on the literary works based on the troubles faced by the LGBTQ community.


Preetika Parashuraman

Celebrating Literature Through Discourse

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Celebrating Literature Through Discourse

A look into the recent Times Literature Festival held at Jayamahal Palace grounds


Udbhavi Balakrishna

Poetry, Nature, And A Changing World

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Poetry, Nature, And A Changing World

Ruth Sophia Padel, British poet and author, shared poetry from her recent books that ranged from conservation to migration, at a recent event in Bangalore.


Roshini Muthukumar

Hits And Misses Of Budget 2020

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Hits And Misses Of Budget 2020

Post-budget discussion on the policies of the government by Mr. N Ramachandran and Mr. M Govind Rao


Ashutosh Sudhanwa Patki

In A Big Appeal, Ex-Players Unite For A Cause

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In A Big Appeal, Ex-Players Unite For A Cause

Sports Icons play a game of cricket to help those affected by the bushfire.


Shriya Mandira

Deep Into The World Of Rural Stories

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Deep Into The World Of Rural Stories

A talk on how the stories from rural India reach the large audience living in big cities


Nishi Trivedi

How To Ensure Women’s Safety In India

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How To Ensure Women’s Safety In India

Safety of women is a major concern and the statistics in India continue to haunt it's women. Amidst the recent cases of violence and rapeculture, is India ready to prioritize the safety of women?


Manual Scavenging: Rampant and Fatal

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Manual Scavenging: Rampant and Fatal

Despite being a banned occupation, the practice of manual scavenging is rampant across the state of Karnataka.


The Sound of Protest

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The Sound of Protest

A Bangalore-based band seeks to encourage people to fight injustice through their latest track.


Manav Venkatesh

From The Heart Of A Martyr’s Father

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From The Heart Of A Martyr’s Father

What must the father of a martyr feel? He is confronted with hundreds of questions every time he meets a new person, but what does he really want to talk about? Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan’s father opens up to NSoJ and talks about his son in a way that he rarely has before.


Six Lakh Flowers Glorify Vivekananda’s Teachings

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Six Lakh Flowers Glorify Vivekananda’s Teachings

A look into the teachings of Swami Vivekananda through floral presentation


‘Ghar Ka Khana’ At Your Service

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‘Ghar Ka Khana’ At Your Service

There are many people who stay out of the house during their career and remember the food at home, one of the initiatives of Pepperpot Kitchen was to bring home food to them.


Of The ‘Red And Greens’ of life

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Of The ‘Red And Greens’ of life

Nirmala Govindarajan launched her second book at a recent event in Bangalore. During the event, a dramatised reading of the book was performed by prominent theatre persons.


It’s Time Sex Education Is Imparted In Indian Schools!

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It’s Time Sex Education Is Imparted In Indian Schools!

Why Sex education is important for school students?


Mahadevan K V

Metro Discount Slashed, Commuters Unhappy

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Metro Discount Slashed, Commuters Unhappy

BMRCL has slashed the discounts on Smart card rates from 15 per cent to 5 per cent. With this, will smart card remain to be an incentive for the metro users?


Sneha R

Conversations For Conservation

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Conversations For Conservation

The Artists for Wildlife and Nature’s Annual Show aims to provide a platform for artists and promote awareness around wildlife conservation.


Busi Prafula Grace

Indian Jews: A 2200-year-old Culture

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Indian Jews: A 2200-year-old Culture

Pushkar Sohoni, a cultural historian explored through the Jewish community in India. He also explained their origin, traditions, and heritage.


Roshini Muthukumar

एक रसोई जो कराये आपको घर का एहसास

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एक रसोई जो कराये आपको घर का एहसास

बहुत से लोग है जो अपने करियर के दौरान घर से बाहर रहते है और घर के खाने को याद करते है, पेपरपॉट किचन ने की एक पहल उन तक घर का खाना पहुचाने की।


Nisha Singh

Prateek Kuhad Takes Bangalore On A Musical Journey

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Prateek Kuhad Takes Bangalore On A Musical Journey

The indie singer-songwriter was in Bengaluru as part of his 11-city tour


Manav Venkatesh

Wheel-Rim Tables And Loaded Nachos

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Wheel-Rim Tables And Loaded Nachos

Say hello to Willy's Top Cafe, the city's first cafe themed after a jeep.


Shreya Rai

Tickle Your Tastebuds, But Mela Is A No-Show

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Tickle Your Tastebuds, But Mela Is A No-Show

From dosas to rasgullas, there are more than 100 reasons for Bangaloreans to visit the Avarebele Mela in VV Puram. But the annual event has been cancelled by the BBMP.


Virtual Handcuffs

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Virtual Handcuffs

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.


Rama Thillai

Tanhaji Roars Its Way Through

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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

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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.


Udbhavi Balakrishna

The Dentist Ironman

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The Dentist Ironman

Meet the Bangalorean who successfully completed a race that many consider the most gruelling one-day sporting event in the world.


Hita Prakash

Celebrating Harvest; Makara Sankranti

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Celebrating Harvest; Makara Sankranti

A look into the festival of Sankranti, also known as ‘Suggi Habba’, in the State of Karnataka.


Shriya Mandira

The Dark World of Necromancy

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The Dark World of Necromancy

Superstitions such as "black magic", "witchcraft", and "evil energy" are still haunting the people across the country.


Shreya Rai

Bengaluru Whitewash Jamshedpur

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Bengaluru Whitewash Jamshedpur

Bengaluru FC’s win over Jamshedpur proves the team might be well on their way to salvaging this season.


Anika Gomez

JNC Girls Lock Horns With BJP Supporters

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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

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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

Dabangg 3 Lacks The Punch Of The Other Two

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Dabangg 3 Lacks The Punch Of The Other Two

“Policewala Gunda” is something that describes the role of Salman Khan in Dabang3. Although this film is not as enjoyable as the other two by the same name to Salman’s fans, the last scene offers “paisa wasool”.


Nisha Singh

‘Different Strokes’: Chitra Sante 2020

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‘Different Strokes’: Chitra Sante 2020

The annual art fair, hosted by the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, was held on January 5. Read on to know more about the various exhibits.


Exploring Thailand off the beaten track

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Exploring Thailand off the beaten track

Taking the road less traveled to the city of ruins


Roshini Muthukumar

Kathasangama: Mixed bag of stories and that's all

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Kathasangama: Mixed bag of stories and that's all

Read the review of a movie which is an amalgamation of 7 stories. Have the directors tapped out the potentials of short movies?


Read To Unjudge : The Human Library

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Read To Unjudge : The Human Library

What happens when readers have a session with living, breathing ‘books’ that are part of a Human Library? Readers discovered 10 very real stories about hardship, self-discovery and acceptance.


Udbhavi Balakrishna

Water Conservation: Time To Save, Time To Pledge

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Water Conservation: Time To Save, Time To Pledge

A just-launched water conservation campaign has volunteers pledging to save this precious resource before it runs out.


A Fight For Assamese Identity?

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A Fight For Assamese Identity?

Assamese in the city join hands with other Bangaloreans to protest the Citizenship Amendment Act saying it is a threat to their very identity.


Celebrating The Women Of Today

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Celebrating The Women Of Today

A movie that portrays men in a rather stereotypical manner. But the women of the 21st century are feisty, fierce and more than equal, to them.


Shreya Rai

Are Toll Plazas Ready For FASTag Deadline?

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Are Toll Plazas Ready For FASTag Deadline?

A detailed report about the implementation of FASTag and its implications.


Go On, Give Into Wanderlust This Winter

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Go On, Give Into Wanderlust This Winter

From beaches to snow-capped mountains, jungle retreats to the hustle bustle of big cities, there is something on offer for all your year-end travel preferences.


KIA set to become India’s second busiest airport

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KIA set to become India’s second busiest airport

Two months after its originally proposed date, the Kempegowda International Airport has started operations on its second runway.


Roshini Muthukumar

Legends of Bharatanatyam: A tribute to ‘Bala’

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Legends of Bharatanatyam: A tribute to ‘Bala’

A sneak peek into the life of a legend who helped popularise Bharatanatyam in India and across the world


Encounters Won’t End This!

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Encounters Won’t End This!

A young student journalist from NSoJ's UG2 expresses his concern over the recent ‘encounter’ deaths of the rape-accused in Telangana


Mahadevan K V

Clay-Wrapped “Beggar’s Chicken”

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Clay-Wrapped “Beggar’s Chicken”

Find out more about an ancient method of preparing chicken with just clay and fire


Hita Prakash

Not so Creepy or Spooky, The Addams Family

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Not so Creepy or Spooky, The Addams Family

The Addams are a tight-knit family who have their differences but clearly care about one another. The movie is about how this grotesque family is forced to live among "normal" families in the outside world.


Roshini Muthukumar

It's A Park, Can't Be A Parking Lot

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It's A Park, Can't Be A Parking Lot

Read about how a crucial lung space and a haven for walking and jogging, is now besieged from all sides.


Indian? Are you sure?

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Indian? Are you sure?

A detailed report on the working of the NRC based on the findings of Journalist Rohini Mohan


With Stars In Our Eyes….

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With Stars In Our Eyes….

“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does.” – Nelson Mandela


Rich Sensuality In Pure Black And White

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Rich Sensuality In Pure Black And White

A retrospective on iconic photographer Prabuddha Dasgupta showcases his work across fashion, landscape, and portraiture


How His 12-year Dream Came True

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How His 12-year Dream Came True

Dreaming about participating since age 14, Sanoj Raj, (now 26) a contestant from Bihar, has found fame and fortune by becoming the first crorepati of Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) Season 11!


Nisha Singh

Remembering Philip Hughes

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Remembering Philip Hughes

A student journalist from NSoJ's UG1 pays tribute to a young cricketer gone too soon. His passing was a tragic event but it also taught her the true spirit of the game.


Shriya Mandira

The Accidental Film-Maker

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The Accidental Film-Maker

Two-time national award winning film-maker, Jacob Varghese speaks to NSoJ about his journey.


Sneha R

"Too Much Congestion", Is The Flyover Situation!

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"Too Much Congestion", Is The Flyover Situation!

A flyover is meant to regulate vehicular traffic but what happens when the traffic piles up on the very same flyover. A look into the traffic situation in Hebbal.


Getting A Sense of "Indianness"

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Getting A Sense of "Indianness"

A walk through the eighth edition of the Bangalore Literature Festival


Sneha R

जहां चाह वहीं राह

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जहां चाह वहीं राह

सनोज बने केबीसी 11वे सीजन के पहले करोड़पति


Nisha Singh

Medical Misinformation On The Rise

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Medical Misinformation On The Rise

A workshop was held to spread awareness about how to prevent medical misinformation in the age of Internet and new media


Where Did Tipu Sultan’s Rockets Go?

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Where Did Tipu Sultan’s Rockets Go?

In the backdrop of the controversy over celebrating Tipu Jayanti, a history buff talks about the mystery behind the 18th century ruler’s rockets


Women Power Through Words (And Verse)

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Women Power Through Words (And Verse)

A session on Narishakti at the recent Bangalore Lit Fest had two poets express their anguish and anger about the expectations society places on women


Savarkar: Veer or Villain?

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Savarkar: Veer or Villain?

Was Vinayak Damodar Savarkar a proud Hindu patriot or a partisan Hindutva leader? That was the theme of a discussion led by a Savarkar scholar, at the recent Bangalore Lit Fest


Ashutosh Sudhanwa Patki

बॉलीवुड का बैडमैन; गुलशन ग्रोवर - It's Good To Be Bad (The 'Badman's' Road To Success)

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बॉलीवुड का बैडमैन; गुलशन ग्रोवर - It's Good To Be Bad (The 'Badman's' Road To Success)

नेगेटिव किरदार न केवल स्क्रीन पर निभाना कठिन है, बल्कि वास्तविक जीवन में भी बहुत सी मुश्किलें पैदा कर देता है।


Nisha Singh

Run NSoJ, Run!

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Run NSoJ, Run!

A student journalist shares her experience and thoughts about a recent intercollegiate sports event organised by Bengaluru Central University


Neharika Archana Victor

Karnataka Cruise To Fourth Cricket Trophy

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Karnataka Cruise To Fourth Cricket Trophy

The home team secured a comfortable victory in the rain-halted finale of the Vijay Hazare Trophy, thanks to the efforts of senior players


Why They Take Bounce Scooters For A Ride

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Why They Take Bounce Scooters For A Ride

Bounce has a huge user base among students in Bangalore, but they are also the ones who misuse the service the most.


Shreya Rai

Journalism Holds Power To Account: Columbia Journalism Prof.

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Journalism Holds Power To Account: Columbia Journalism Prof.

Dr Anya Schiffrin spoke about the vital role journalists play. Her talk was followed by a panel discussion on the role of independent media


बाढ़ ने मचाया हड़कंप, लोग हुए बेहाल

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बाढ़ ने मचाया हड़कंप, लोग हुए बेहाल

भारी बारिश के कारण उत्तर पश्चिमी बेंगलुरु में डोड्डबीदारकल्लू झील की बांध टूट गई, परिणाम स्वरूप 500 से अधिक क्षेत्र की संपत्ति हुई नष्ट


Nisha Singh

Paint The Sky In Your Own Colour

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Paint The Sky In Your Own Colour

The Sky is Pink is a paean to love and loss, told powerfully, yet simply. The film, based on a true story, also features some eye-catching performances.


Nishi Trivedi

Breaking The Barriers Of Darkness

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Breaking The Barriers Of Darkness

Two young women are shining bright in the world of athletics.


Hita Prakash

Hidden Treasures of a Heritage Church

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Hidden Treasures of a Heritage Church

A nature walk around the All Saint’s Church premises in Bangalore throws up some surprises for the participants


Kannada Rajyotsava: Reasons To Celebrate Being Kannadiga

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Kannada Rajyotsava: Reasons To Celebrate Being Kannadiga

Udbhavi Balakrishna (NSoJ BA '22) gives you a guided tour of the beauty of Karnataka, its people, geography, languages and culture.


Udbhavi Balakrishna

Digital Marketing In The Age Of Short Attention Spans

Digital Marketing In The Age Of Short Attention Spans

Prashant Hebbar, a former business journalist, talks about the myths surrounding digital marketing.


युवा पीढ़ी एवं मार्केटिंग सेक्टर में डिजिटल मीडिया का प्रभाव

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युवा पीढ़ी एवं मार्केटिंग सेक्टर में डिजिटल मीडिया का प्रभाव

आज के दिनों में डिजिटल मार्केटिंग हम सब के लिए इतना जरूरी क्यों हो गया है और इसके क्या फायदे हैं, आइए इस विषय पर हम श्री प्रशांत हेब्बार से कुछ चर्चा करते हैं।


Kashmir in Pictures: The Heartbreaking Truth

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Kashmir in Pictures: The Heartbreaking Truth

Mriganka Lulla presents a photo-essay from her visit to Kashmir in an independent capacity between October 5 and 9, 2019. Her purpose is to give the world glimpses of the very complex and multifaceted truth of Kashmir as seen through her eyes.


Flash Floods Spark Chaos

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Flash Floods Spark Chaos

A look at the lives of affected families, a week after flash floods wreaked havoc in certain areas of North-West Bangalore