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  • Work left in lurch:commuters peeved ..<p>A month ago, Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) had  commenced replacing water pipes in the Inner Ring Road, Koramangala to  upgrade the..

    Work left in lurch:commuters peeved ..

    A month ago, Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) had commenced replacing water pipes in the Inner Ring Road, Koramangala to upgrade the..

  • Attracting crowd <p>On the long expanse of Koramangala Inner Ring Road, tucked neatly on one  end of the street is BDA Complex. With its numerous shops that range  from gift..

    Attracting crowd

    On the long expanse of Koramangala Inner Ring Road, tucked neatly on one end of the street is BDA Complex. With its numerous shops that range from gift..

  • Dignity in death for your pets!<p>Looking for a decent place to bury your pet? The People for Animal (PFA) shelter in Kengeri is the answer.<br />If  you are a true pet lover and you live in..

    Dignity in death for your pets!

    Looking for a decent place to bury your pet? The People for Animal (PFA) shelter in Kengeri is the answer.
    If you are a true pet lover and you live in..

  • Rain water systems ‘harvesting’..<p>The summer is upon us and there are no signs of rain. Under such unsavory conditions, one would not <br />possibly  expect mosquitoes, but unfortunately, the..

    Rain water systems ‘harvesting’..

    The summer is upon us and there are no signs of rain. Under such unsavory conditions, one would not
    possibly expect mosquitoes, but unfortunately, the..

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Youngest App wonder in the town

Meet Pratik Mohapatra, who at the tender age of 13 r ..

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Natural desire for dancing

Meet Kruti Umesh, a fourteen year-old girl who aspir ..

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Painting her young imaginations

Shraddha is an insightful child at heart who aspires ..

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Age no bar to learn the art of music

Meet B. V. Dattatri, who at the age of 42, started l ..

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Believing in pedal power

Being a cyclist for the last 13 years, Lokesh Narasi ..

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Using mussel power to create designer pearls

M Vasu Deva's is a story of perseverance and success ..

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Take care of your skin and hair this Holi

Dry gulal and wet colours contain chemicals, shiny p ..

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Maintain rebonded hair with care

If you want to have your hair straightened by rebond ..

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Permanent make-up in vogue

You can now have a perfect pout, dainty dimples, nat ..

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Are you safe from Vector borne Diseases ?

With the changing season and rising temperature, vec ..

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TB is completely curable

Even with tuberculosis (TB) being a 100 per cent cur ..

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Immunotherapy: A ray of hope

Hormonal imbalance, smoking, drinking alcohol, use o ..

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Spice up your summer wardrobe

It’s time to revamp your wardrobe and swap out ..

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Drama Kids

Drama education is said to be the best medium for a ..

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Taking a plunge in holi parties

People drenched in the gush of colours, eating gujiy ..

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City celebrates Rama Navami

Devotees celebrated Ram Navami, the birth of Lord Ra ..

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Facing Ananth Kumar in Bangalore South

Nowhere in the state, election results are more curi ..

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Work left in lurch:commuters peeved

A month ago, Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Boa ..

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Banners, posters defacing Bangalore


Unauthorized banners of victorious MLA's are displayed on prominent roads of the city.  Even the pillars of the Metro are not spared by the supporters of the newly elected MLA's. Now that election is over posters and banners of politicians are back. Bangalore is again looking ugly and how do residents see it.




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