Ruth, 14, daughter and breadwinner
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What are the options for a girl child, now the only support for her blind mother? This is the story of one such girl—the breadwinner of her family— a story that will set you thinking about the flowers under your feet.

Ganga Madappa, Oct 31 2014
An ode to Karnataka through photographs
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Six photographers will be showcasing their rendezvous with Karnataka through their photography at Prathibimba

News Desk, Oct 31 2014
Cops unearth fake education certificate racket in city
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These firms might take you for a ride - promising dream jobs for a good fee,  giving you fake certificates! Check the list of fraudulent firms, shared by the Crime Control Bureau.

News Desk, Oct 29 2014
Mandur issue to be solved in a month or two, says Reddy
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Bangalore In-charge Minister Ramalinga Reddy talks about the BBMP bifurcation, the trash crisis, problems in his constituency and where he sees the city four years from now. 

2 Ganga Madappa, Oct 29 2014
How about a horn that's audible to honkers?
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The Karnataka government has proposed a substantial hike in the fines for honking. Will this reign in the spectre of vehicular noise pollution? What other measures can reduce the deafening noise levels in our city?

6 Pranay Kotasthane, Oct 28 2014
Here is why Bangalore needs late night transport solutions
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Late night public transport options in Bangalore are few. What are the impediments that BMTC faces in introducing adequate late night services? Read on.

1 Amith Subramanian, Oct 27 2014
Most Discussed
Small_list_women-conductor After being told to get off a BMTC bus only because she did not tender exact change, a citizen explores the reasons for the repeated scuffles between passengers and conductors.
Pooja Vijay, Oct 23 2014
Most Read
Small_list_non-ka_vehicle There are thousands of vehicles with registration numbers indicating non-Karnataka states, plying in Bangalore. Many of them want to stay in Bangalore for only a year or two. Should they pay full life-time tax for their vehicle?
Nikita Malusare, Sep 17 2014
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Politics
Small_list_ramalinga_reddy3 Bangalore In-charge Minister Ramalinga Reddy talks about the BBMP bifurcation, the trash crisis, problems in his constituency and where he sees the city four years from now.
Ganga Madappa, Oct 29 2014
Water, Roads and Power
Small_list_3 One person alone cannot do anything. Really? But every initiative starts with that one person who is willing to take responsibility! A resident of Electronic City, Nishit Sharma, is dismayed at the dirty streets, and wants to do something about it. Read it in his own words!
Nishit Sharma, Oct 25 2014
Environment
Small_list_no_honking The Karnataka government has proposed a substantial hike in the fine for honking. Will this reign in the spectre of vehicular noise pollution? What other measures can reduce the deafening noise levels in our city?
Pranay Kotasthane, Oct 28 2014
Children & Schooling
Small_list_citizenmatters_school Yet another rape in an upscale school. Some more protests. Do the statements made by the CM and the Home Minister point to the root problem? Read on.
Shree D N, Oct 31 2014
People & Interviews
Small_list_ura “We should not be politically correct - then we are NOT correct” — the quote more or less sums up a literary colossus who was never afraid to speak his mind. A background into the life of the stalwart, U R Ananthamurthy.
Shree D N, Aug 23 2014
Heritage
Small_list_mysoredussera_raghavendraks Six photographers will be showcasing their rendezvous with Karnataka through their photography at Prathibimba.
News Desk, Oct 31 2014
Art and Leisure
Small_list_lamps How are you celebrating Deepavali this year? Small tweaks to the way you celebrate could help in making your celebrations eco-friendly.
Ganga Madappa, Oct 22 2014
Business & Economy
Karnataka Domestic Workers Union is organising a protest, to call for the abolishment of employment of children in domestic work.
News Desk, Aug 21 2014

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Two-way horn that's audible to drivers: Can it tackle habitual honkers?
The Karnataka government has proposed a substantial hike in the fines for honking. Will this reign in the spectre of vehicular noise pollution? What other measures can reduce the deafening noise levels in our city?
Pranay Kotasthane, Oct 28 2014
Moving beyond cleaning drives, photo ops to tackle trash in Bengaluru
What does it take to make the city trash-free? A citizen suggests three areas through which the problem can be tackled.
Radhika Raj Narayan, Oct 27 2014
Electronic City resident dismayed at dirty neighbourhood, plans to fix the garbage problem
Every great initiative starts with that one person who is willing to take responsibility! A resident of Electronic City is dismayed at the dirty streets, and wants to do something about it. Read it in his own words!
Nishit Sharma, Oct 25 2014

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