Bengaluru’s summers were different when the city was still Bangalore and I was a schoolgoing kid. The city’s unpredictability in …
This year’s edition is bigger than ever with 200+ films being screened 400+ times. While regular competition sections are there, this time around, the highlight theme is Human Rights and Social Justice.
It’s good to party, it’s our right. Yes we, the citizens, have a right to be able to visit the downtown at midnight on New Year’s Eve. But, we, the citizens, should also dutifully not add to the chaos there.
The menu card had changed, it was a clumsy, colorful large laminated handout. The place hardly had any customers in there. The waiters had changed, the bartenders I knew were no longer working there and even the floor managers I knew weren’t to be seen anywhere. The items on the menu had changed and I could no longer order my regulars.
(This was originally written as an entry for a contest conducted by Citizen Matters Bengaluru – a website run by …
There are solutions – we should really look at de-urbanization plans and as humans, it’s more important now, than ever in history, to reconnect with Mother Nature and bow to her powers than trying to bind her to control her.
Bengaluru is dying as much because of you and not just because of a failed administration. Save your city from flooding. Wake up!
We walked close to ten kilometres today, through a variety of localities, from the crowded Chickpete to the well planned Basavanagudi. I realized how I missed those walks. I realized the need to get back to photography, to fill these blogs with frames that capture the essence of this city, it’s energy and colours.
I believe every city has its own character. Cities are characterized by a synergy that exists between its peoples, cultures, food, economy, art, music and such things.
The removal of Hindi from signages symbolizes something more than what it seems. It marks the demand for true equality and justice for all languages of India.
I can now go on weekend walks to Lalbagh or Cubbon Park. Vidyarthi Bhavan’s Dose is not unreachable anymore! You want me to come to M.G.Road? Done!
As it showers, keep that book aside, run to your terrace and drench yourself, get soaked in whatever you’re wearing, but make sure you’re wearing something. Stretch your arms out, lift your head upwards, feel those droplets on your face and body.
So when it rained dinosaurs today, I was estimating the amount if water that I could have harvested in 4 hours.
The people that matter will continue to call Bhagwan Mahaveer Road as Infantry Road. Basaveshwara Circle is Chalukya Circle. And Sankey Road is well, Sankey Road!
Bye bye Aero India. Dear Bengaluru, you’ll never get your due because your own people don’t like you!
So our CM is not interested in Bengaluru’s trees or its lakes, or its architecture, its history, its culture.
For the first time, I’ve booked the whole week for the festival. 3-5 films a day. The festival always gives me chance to get lost in a world that isn’t fake but isn’t real either. All this, for just ₹600!!! No kidding!
A number of questions are being asked and statements are being made by different people as a post-mortem of the incident is being carried out. But, how valid are those questions? Are we being reasonable when we ask a few things..? Have we asked all the right questions? Where are we as a society?
For the people, by the people, of the people. That’s democracy by the textbook. Very little of that exists today. …
The city is tired of its inhabitants. It’s puking all over the place. People live here to earn a livelihood …
In the past 5 years, BMTC has time and again suggested that they have plans to implement a Bus Rapid …