130-year-old Gandhi Bazaar’s heritage at stake

Vendors demand for a legal notice from BBMP and DULT following their plan to change the historical neighborhood of Gandhi Bazaar. By Shubhangi Mishra Bangalore: In a plan set-up by BBMP and the Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT) to change the historical neighborhood of Gandhi Bazaar, many vendors and residents expressed concern of losing […]

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Waste generation in country goes down by 30 percent

With almost the entire human race caged up inside their homes, waste generation goes down drastically; Closure of industries and restaurants is considered as one of the main reasons. By Shubhangi Mathur Because of the lockdown, one would not just see clear skies due to reduced pollution levels but also cleaner roads as the generation […]

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India among the top spammers in the world

One out of three women in India receives sexual harassment or inappropriate calls: Truecaller. Shubhangi Mathur Bangalore, April 17, 2020 India stands fifth in global spam ranking, a report by Truecaller, a company that offers caller ID, spam detection and messaging services says. The number of spam calls has increased to 25.6 calls per user […]

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Rajasthan crosses 1000 COVID-19 patients mark

Jaipur is the worst affected district in the state. By Shubhangi Mathur Rajasthan: As the number of COVID-19 patients reached 1034 in Rajasthan, the state becomes the fourth-state to cross the 1000-COVID-19 patients mark in the country. The capital of the state, Jaipur, is the worst affected district with at least 450 patients. Maharashtra is […]

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Kushtagi Taluk still coughs in the smoke of chulhas

Around 57 percent households are still using chulhas. Low consumption of refill of cylinders is also found in the taluk. Shubhangi Mathur Women in Kushtagi taluk can be often seen coughing and squinting due to the smoke coming out of the chulhas while they are cooking food. Manju shares the problem his wife goes through […]

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