Tejasvi Surya, the BJP candidate in Bangalore South constituency, has been a controversial figure. In this interview with Citizen Matters, Surya talks about freedom of speech, women’s reservation, Bengaluru’s water scarcity, and more
In the wake of the historic SC judgment decriminalising homosexuality, we speak to Arvind Narrain and Sanjay Kabir Bavikatte, who organised a gay rights seminar in the city way back in 1998, as students at National Law School, Bangalore. This was the first such event in an academic institution.
A passionate environmentalist and cyclist who has earned the nickname ‘Go Green Rao’ for his years of activism, another deeply inspired by the French culture of cycling and its implications for urban health, a sustainable
Vikhyath Mondreti, a class 10 student from Greenwood High International School Bangalore, was part of the winning team in an innovation challenge conducted by the New York Academy of Sciences as part of their Junior
In this edition of CTRL Z, listen to Peeyush Sekhsaria. The artist blends his interests and training in architecture, wildlife conservation, environment, photography and drawing into a beautiful body of work that he says has