Congress candidate for Basavanagudi speaks straight about governance issues and party policies. He suggests a futuristic course of action rather than brooding over the past.
Around 400 Bangaloreans were present in the award ceremony including Rajyasabha MP Rajeev Chandrashekhar, actor-director Ramesh Arvind, Ashok Soota, Founder of Happiest Minds, Social Activist Anitha Reddy and poet Siddalingappa.
There were many reasons for traffic congestion around Gandhi Bazaar, but evicting street vendors was seen as the only solution. Now, traffic is still messy here. What really could have been done?
What irks the vendors of Gandhi Bazaar, Malleshwaram and Jayanagar is not old giving way for the new. It's being treated as if they don't exist.
Kadlekai parishe sells varieties of groundnuts. At the book parishe though, a wide variety of books were give away for free. The books are donated by book lovers who want to spread the joy of reading, especially Kannada literature.
The Shabda initiative takes a little help from digital revolution, aiming to take classical Indian music and dance to a wider audience.
A trip to the landmark food joints in South Bangalore reminds one of the rich culture it is connected to. Food is heritage too. How do we save it?
Anna Hazare's maiden mass meeting outside New Delhi took place in Bangalore's National College grounds on Saturday. Around 10,000 people may have been present during peak attendance.
INTACH's heritage hunt on a Saturday morning shows Basavanagudi in a new light.
During a birding trip to Lalbagh, Ramesha spots a large number of Cormorants, besides Pelicans, Cattle Egret, Common Coot, Purple Water Hen and more.
Bringing back temples into the cultural fold, Gudiya Sambhrama, provided young and old with options other than television on a Sunday evening.
What needs to be considered before coming up with a plan to decongest and improve Gandhi Bazaar? One can't just start work at any time and say, 'Market closed for repair'.
Gandhi Bazaar is noisy, chaotic, unsafe for shoppers. Here's a way to make it more people-friendly.
Near the Basavanagudi police station, there are two major bus stops used by about 7000 persons daily. With the underpass, these stops will vanish, putting the public to enormous discomfort.
Be a part of this culinary monument where Dosa is not a dish but a delicacy!
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