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    Divya Shekhar

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    Wooden pews in Bengaluru's 155-year-old East Parade Church have slots to hold riflesRetired entrepreneur collects rare & vintage postmarks, has around 25K postal coversDecember glory: Bengaluru churches are opening their doors to eclectic flea marketsBengaluru to bat for more women candidates in 2019 polls
    Elevated Catastrophe? A look at the controversy behind Bengaluru's 92-km corridor projectBengaluru hosting event to get more youngsters interested in artAncient board games win Bengaluru hearts; ludo, chaupar, snakes-and-ladders are favouritesBengaluru artistes give classic folk art a contemporary, urban touch
    Turning pages of time: Some unknown facts, anecdotes about Bengaluru's connection with the First World WarHow the majestic Tipu Sultan Palace was once the hub of administration and management activitiesActivists want SC order on crackers strictly implementedAct-one on sustainability: Bengaluru's theatre scene goes green, uses eco-friendly props and content
    VM Ghatage: Indian aircraft industry’s 'Bhishma Pitamaha' was an avid painter, golferMusic e-learning hits the right note in Bengaluru; Shankar Mahadevan, others use tech to teach tunesAt Bangalore Lit Fest, #MeToo survivors recall horror; urge women to speak out, lend a helping handHow Bengaluru's Hindustan Aeronautics put India on the global aerospace map
    The World Day for Audiovisual Heritage: AV tools at Bengaluru sites will take experiences to next level“Growth hacking is the single-largest factor that makes a startup stay ahead of the curve”: Apurva Chamaria#MeToo, Section 377 and more: Bangalore Literature Festival promises charged debatesMeet NJ Ravi Chander, the banker who has a trove of books on bygone Bengaluru
    Bengaluru's residential area Rajajinagar was initially planned as an industrial suburbBusiness conferences now join the green crusadeBengaluru temples, churches on eco drive, set the trend of composting wasteBengaluru's cultural events pitch in for sustainability, artists become eco-friendly
    Spending too much time on social media? Tech abuse may lead to mental health issuesHow Bengaluru's crucial water source turned into the city's central bus station​Inclusive parks in Bengaluru suffer from upkeep issuesTechnology startups lend a helping hand to solve mental health issues
    Donate 'streedhan': In 1927, Gandhi persuaded women in Bengaluru to make a differenceMounting e-waste pile doesn’t bother Bengaluru citizensRetired engineer has 200 stamps of Mahatma GandhiTechies become weekend entrepreneurs to help artisans
    How Millers tank breach helps us understand recent flooding in BengaluruPlastic waste in Bengaluru: BBMP, Hasiru Dala, UNDP set for a pactOne for all the furry friends! After food & music events, Bengaluru now hosts pet festivalsSister Jesme weighs in on Kerala nuns exploitation, says events inside a convent can't be fathomed
    How Bengaluru's civic agencies are increasingly coming under judicial scrutiny110-yr-old Persian Cemetery to host Shia congregation on Muharram in BengaluruBengaluru activists drum up support for protecting Janatha BazaarPreserving the past: Now 3D mapping will document inscription stones in Bengaluru
    Cunningham Road: This Bengaluru street named after Scottish writer is home to premium realtyHeritage activists want Bengaluru to apply the ‘adaptive reuse’ philosophy to Janatha BazaarPicture books are not just for children; they are keeping adults hooked tooActivists file PIL to stop demolition of 83-year-old Bengaluru heritage Janatha Bazaar
    Agility is to enterprises, what health is to humans: Sunil MundraBengaluru's push for the pedal
    Bengaluru's push for the pedal
    07 Sep 2018 10:41 AM IST
    In 1886, five European women started Pete’s first hospital in BengaluruInfosys Foundation revives heritage Kalyani in Bengaluru
    Heritage experts reach out to school children, add Bengaluru's history to academicsFrom plastic toys to automobile doors, artists use waste to spread message of environmental sustainability200-year-old cemetery is a fading legacy protected by the ArmyAllow smoking, lose bar & eatery licence: BBMP to bars in Bengaluru
    Stalemate over use of big data in governanceLenovo to grow data centre business
    Lenovo to grow data centre business
    28 Aug 2018 07:58 AM IST
    Rahul Dravid to release 'A Hundred Years, A Million Memories' by St. Joseph's Old Boys' AssociationDemolishing statues to renaming roads, here's Bangaluru's politics of uncomfortable history
    Did you know Bengaluru was the first city in Asia to use electrical street lamps?A master looks back: Bengaluru to host first-ever SG Vasudev retrospectiveSwarathma hits protest note, to oppose Indiranagar tree felling via concertTechnology is gradually changing India’s museums
    What companies and government are doing to empower persons with disabilitiesBangalore Torpedo: The city's invention that changed the course of World War IIFor builders in Bengaluru, green nod is something not worth botheringPub closures & music ban: Who is to blame?
    Bannerghatta National Park faces a direct threat from an exploding BengaluruHow a 1,300-year-old village in the north of Bangalore is fighting to preserve its heritageThis Bangalore dance school functions like a startup, but does not believe in making moneyNow, crowdfunding branches out to ecological causes
    Startup capital’s theatre now puts science on stageMeet JC Wadiyar, the last maharaja was a composer and wildlife enthusiastBhoga Nandeeshwara: The 9th century temple in Bengaluru preserves legacies of five dynastiesA date with history: Bengaluru soon to get an art archive
    Will the suicide of a pourakarmika, who went without pay for months, stir Bangaluru's conscience?Technical communication, with a lucrative pay cheque, is emerging as the new in-demand vocationKarnataka government to regulate entry, create amenities in Turahalli forestKarnataka Pollution Board to install new meters. Will it clear air?
    With focus on big water projects, sustainability gets a miss in Karnataka BudgetOnce a lifeline, this 975-year-old  Pattandur Agrahara lake battles land sharks todayMeet NS Sharath, the exporter who collects antique watches, cameras & cyclesThis play explores the lessons on parent-child relationships from Albert Einstein and Mahatma Gandhi
    Celebrating the centenary of UVCE
    Celebrating the centenary of UVCE
    28 Jun 2018 05:53 PM IST
    This century-old bandstand in Bengaluru hosted the best of regimental bandsState government's apathy towards inscription stones upset heritage-loving BengalureansAs city leads in co-working, ventures eye niche clientèle
    Inscription stone discovered in Hebbal could be Bengaluru's oldestA peek into the reading list of NetApp's Anil ValluriHow data on water sources can enable greater preservationHajee Osman Sait: A magnate who donated his fortune to freedom movement
    Planting a tree? You can access government's nurseries onlineWhen words fail: How body art is helping people to narrate stories on mental health issuesWhen Bengaluru-based classical dance exponent gave Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake an Odissi makeoverSpending too much time on social media? It can hamper your relationship with elders
    City’s entrepreneur clubs take lessons from sports starsTaking a trip down memory lane: This lake was Bengaluru’s first water source beyond its boundaryBangalore health festival from June 14
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