‘Book Masala’, begun over a meal of anda bhurji masala, has helped me find a book-championing family in Bengaluru.
Where its infections in early June rose by 25 a day on average, the rate is now more than 2,500.
Karnataka minister Basavaraj Bommai said orders have been given to initiate measures to recover losses from those who have caused the damage.
A crowd had gathered outside KG Halli police station on Friday night demanding MLA Akhanda Srinivasa Murthy’s relative be arrested for a derogatory Facebook post.
Coronavirus cases in Bengaluru crossed 50,000 on Wednesday as 2,270 tested positive.
With the lockdown in Bengaluru coming to an end, the government announced that night curfew would continue.
BBMP Commissioner BH Anil Kumar has been transferred and replaced by N Manjunatha Prasad.
The confirmed number of Covid-19 cases in India has increased to 8,49,553.
Experts say the Karnataka capital is a case study in what can go wrong if authorities and residents lower their guard too soon.
One hand washing video by a Vietnamese dancer was so good, UNICEF shared it.
A court will take up Bansal’s anticipatory bail application today.
The woman was interrupted by AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, who was present on stage when she began to speak.
Despite violent police action and company rules, many tech workers are showing up to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Protestors at the Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore have a different strategy to oppose the new citizenship law. They will take turns to stand in groups of three to avoid section 144 curbs yet continue with their protest.
After many protesters were detained in Red Fort and Mandi House, many people gathered in Dehli's Jantar Mantar to continue protesting against the CAA.
In India’s Silicon Valley, apartments take a cue from offices, with videogames, laundry apps, and karaoke nights.
Over 250 families were affected when the bund was damaged and it flooded the area.
Gowda, fellow actor BV Aishwarya and two others were seen on video shouting at four people for not standing up during the national anthem at a movie theatre.
Despite the Karnataka HC order, outdoor advertisements have far from disappeared from Bengaluru’s skyline.
'A People’s History of Heaven' by Mathangi Subramanian looks at how five girls forge an unbreakable bond when the local government threatens to demolish their tin shacks.