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    Ipsita Basu

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    Artists use social media as canvas to talk about mental illnessConcert in your living room: Bringing art closer to a sophisticated audienceFirst day of IIMBue focused on changing needs of businessesAnother Ugly Indian clone turns up to clean Bengaluru
    How music bands survive a long-distance relationshipHow a New York-based support group is mentoring Bengaluru womenWriting stories of strangers, juggling, street theatre: How busking is changing the face of Bengaluru streetsMeet Sangeetha Ramanuj, the 15-year-old who uses plastic bottles to make musical instruments
    2 women entrepreneurs help build a school for self-defenceBengaluru to host accessible bowling event to encourage inclusivityMove over, business hotels: Millennials opt for startup hostels offering affordable staysWhen balconies, kitchens & bedrooms morph into art galleries
    Now a chatbot to quiz you about FIFA World CupGreen thumbs gear up to follow a plastic free month, taking off from the global movementFor the love of music: This app brings Indie bands on one platformThis nanotechnology helps in removing waste from water used in washing buses
    Cargill attempts Limca Book of Records as part of its commitment towards sustainability90% people aware of harmful effects of plastic bags, but still use it: StudyOn World Yoga Day, CII, Young Indians organized a session of Blindfold Yoga to reinforce inclusionWant to be a star? Social media is a big talent-spotter for youngsters
    CSR was first step, Bengaluru companies now embedding sustainability into their DNAsFashionably green: Young designers weave sustainability into their creationsCuddles Foundation helps malnourished kids suffering from cancer in BengaluruSexual offenders’ registry still a work in progress
    India has the will, tech and people power to make its development green: GCNIWorld Environment Day: Bengaluru women promote green menstruation, through their road tripAther Energy launches e-scooter with a top speed of 80 km/hrDo you think paper cups, compostable bags as plastic alternative? You are wrong
    Here's why reverse osmosis can be an overkillBengaluru restaurant is giving away bird feeders to celebrate World Environment DayInfosys celebrates World Environment Day with UNEPNarayana Health launches a series of initiatives to observe World No Tobacco Day
    Don't throw away those rinds and peels? Unused ingredients can be turned into nutritious foodSchool kids set up Crèche for the poor via crowd-fundingWealth from waste! This loom in Bengaluru can turn paper, rubber strips into green productsBengalureans find digital happiness, make a second career out of online videos
    Don't order food online any more, you can now get it from your neighbourAt the click of a button: How fantasy sports are converting viewers into active fansPolitics rules as everything comes to a standstill in BengaluruWhitefield flats turn creative in making residents vote
    Activists take to social media to prod Bengalureans to voteKarnataka Elections 2018: Pros take time out from work to campaign full timeKrumping: The LA dance craze that has Bengaluru groovingCitizen groups to support candidates who take a green vow
    Bengaluru association wants a union ministry for green economyStudents make device to rescue children trapped in borewellsNew wedding trend: Millennial couples shake a leg on their D-day with choreographed videosParties seek social media influencers to go viral
    Online platforms help live-in couples find a home together in BengaluruBengaluru eateries go all the way to please humans and their poochesDigital archive brings rare Carnatic compositions to lifeThere are 89 ways to wear a sari, and this website can teach you how in just 2 minutes
    A personal sewage treatment plant will keep track of recycled waterOrganisations in Bengaluru are turning to drama and movie-making as team-building exercisesThis teen raised funds to provide sanitary napkins for poorCollector's corner: Bengaluru-based cosmetic dentist owns some rare timepieces
    Old licensing norms come back to haunt pubs, restaurantsDrapes rebooted: Women give the good old saree a modern twistThis city startup helps you grow organic veggiesHow these new age public libraries are making books available to everyone
    Mompreneurs keep disposable diapers away from landfillsAdventure junkies are heading to Bengaluru for aero sportsBengaluru's Shailaja Rangarajan upcycles trash into home décor and fashion accessoriesPicking up a global trend, bibliophiles pass books to strangers at city locations
    Towards sustainable menstrual choices: Bengaluru eco-activists launch ‘cup and cloth campaign’Bertrand Piccard collects over 500 eco-friendly ideas to protect the environmentHave no space to grow vegetables? Try planting them in a fish pondPlanning a party? Now rent the props you need and save money
    Nobel laureate Kip Thorne takes school kids on a space odysseyThis Bengaluru club sniffs out the best biryani in townVideo resumes make the cut for startup jobsMonrow founder Veena Ashiya goes on shoe pilgrimages, has an entire room dedicated to footwear
    No couch potatoes: Personal trainers to help children focus on fitnessMove over, fast food! Health-conscious Bengalureans order millet-based dishes onlineGroups ready with quality compost do not know how to reach farmersFor the love of food: Bengaluru college community saves local cuisines
    Carbon-neutral flats: The way ahead
    Carbon-neutral flats: The way ahead
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    Bengaluru's new beauty fad: A glass of wine to go with your blow-dryStartups look at innovative ways to help their employees bondTwo teenagers developed an app that links volunteers and non-profit organisations
    Karnataka on poll mode: Know how to enrol in voters' listReviving water bodies is an Art of Living nowTraditional forms of cooking in earthen cookware makes a comebackGig economy comes to startup city as pros go freelancers
    Food-bloggers are now turning authors to help you rustle up perfect dishesCity co-working boom graduates to big spaceNo more mall-hopping on the weekend. Bengaluru turns to zorbing, go-karting and air hockey insteadAugmented reality could soon transform the way children are taught
    A work-out like no other! Take up juggling to relieve stress, boost concentrationYoung companies bet on humour to break the media clutterFor Bengalureans, home is close to where workplace is#MeToo cry prompts venues to take steps towards women safety
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