In India, only a few lakh children can access a library. Pratham Books, a Bangalore based publisher of children's books has a unique plan to address this issue.
Mix tomatoes and onions with any vegetables or fruit. Tickle your taste buds with colourful salsas; revel in the goodness of vegetables.
Voice of India exhibition at the Alliance Francaise transports the visitors to the world of haunting melodies and voices from the past, and presents a chance to revel in nostalgia.
The 15-minute movie by Padmalatha Ravi depicts the perceptions of various people belonging to various profiles, on rape and violence against women.
The city has an exciting line-up of myriad events to fête the spirit and achievements of women on this special day.
Unlike in its heydays, Kolar is now a quiet town. But the goldfields, old forts and temples take you back to the past and make a great weekend trip option!
Bengaluru's Critical Mass cycling group, which has 220+ members on Facebook and growing, is having the monthly leisure ride this Saturday February 23rd. Reclaim the streets!
With tickets expensive and hard to get, Aero India enthusiasts are finding other ways of enjoying the air show.
From fun activities to serious causes, this Christmas holiday season has many events in store for Bangaloreans.
At a time of scams and crisis, one of Bengaluru’s well known personalities says, ours is a great city. Really? Let’s find out. Meet Mohandas Pai, Vijay Thiruvady, Prakash Belawadi and Pawan Kumar this Saturday at 12 noon at the Bengaluru Book Festival, Palace Grounds.
Like a young debutante in the midst of a congregation of greying beauty queens, the Bangalore Literature Festival has to appease both its enthusiastic audience and those bemoaning the tamasha-fication of the treasured refuge of introverts.
The book "Selected Poems" - poems of Subramania Bharati has been translated from Tamil into English by Usha Rajagopalan. It gives an insight into the Mahakavi's versatility while the short notes accompanying some of the poems gives an idea of the different facets of Bharati's personality.
The exodus has resulted in a closer look at the power of people-to-people communications technologies like SMS, as well as social media such as Facebook. Be at this panel discussion at St Joseph's college on Friday Sep 14th to see the face-off between media power and SMS power.
He spoke on his experiences as Karnataka Lokayukta and the role of an Ombudsman in a democracy. While Sanjay Vijayaraghavan explained "The Apartment law you must know".
Two photo contests are open for all enthusiastic shutterbugs. One is focussed on city-nature interaction and other is for photographs of Kaikondrahalli lake.
Choose plants with lush green leaves. Leaves, twigs and buds should not easily fall off; if they do it is a clear sign that the plant has not been properly taken care of.
Know all about organic kitchen gardening, composting and healthy eating this Sunday at JP Nagar. The event will have discussions, along with exhibition and sale of gardening materials.
Elements of fantasy and reality merged in this play. With cast largely made up of children, it made for good watch.
Frisbee isn’t just a picnic game anymore. It is a serious game where you can win prizes! Disco Diwane, Pineapple Jam and Spin Doctors are some of Bengaluru’s teams.
The creative, enthusiastic types looked around the mela and said, I too can make that jewelbox out of PET bottles. While wallet-happy shoppers bought the same to show off to their friends. But both of them went home with a message on recycling and reusing.
The Mela will have over 40 stalls with reusable, recycled and upcycled goods, for sale, all in one place - from furniture to frames, books to bottles, clothes to carpets, chairs to china and electronic items to egg beaters!
It is an yearly ritual for music lovers of Bengaluru. Listening to some familiar voices, discovering new ones. All music genres are presented to the discerning audience.
How are Indian cities handling growth? Bengaluru grew 75% in just one decade with conspicuous shortages in water, affordable housing and transport. Don’t miss the Citizen Matters moderated Urban Talk and discussion series this Sunday July 1st.
Social Media enthusiasts from all across the globe are celebrating Social Media Day on June 30. Bangalore is playing host to a series of events to celebrate the same.
Sports enthusiasts get together every third Saturday of the month to encourage gross level sports . The first event of ‘Sports Meet’ saw sports enthusiasts across the city.
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