Manoj Mahala and Deepthi Indukuri run a website that provides the latest news for hockey fans. The founders, ardent hockey fans, have helped fill a void in sports journalism that pays little attention to our national sport.
Set up to bring back the beauty of handmade in today’s world, this year – The Handmade Collective’s third edition ( 31st Oct to 4th Nov) will have a special section on Karnataka Crafts especially celebrating Rajyotsava Day.
Bengaluru witnessed four rape cases in less than a week. Reams have been written about how media and society should react when a person is sexually assaulted. There have been protests against the insensitive reactions and sensationalisation of such assaults. But have things changed?
Kruthika Lakshman has been playing Basketball since 2003, the recent Ekalavya award, is quite the morale booster for her. Here she shares her experiences and talks about what can be improved to produce better quality players.
Lack of time is one of the reasons for not reading up. How about if you can listen to books on the way to work? While waiting at the bus stop? Jay Zende, a Koramangala resident has come with just the solution for this.
This award is given to journalists and other media personnel who show sensitivity while reporting on gender issues. Vaishnavi Vittal, a journalist from Bangalore, is one of the 22 people chosen for the award.
The Joy of Giving Week this year will see various volunteering and fundraising events across Bangalore. The innovative initiatives include fundraisers with music from the band Thermal and a Quarter following by dinner prepared five star chefs! Have you decided on what you will do?
A space for all the rock concerts, consumer shows and political rallies now stands silent. While event organisers have found newer venues, the question – what will become of Palace grounds, still remains unanswered.
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.