The hospitality sector still hungry a year after Covid-19

With the second wave of Covid-19 looming over the heads of everybody, the hospitality sector in Karnataka looks at the long road ahead of the revival. Bengaluru: When the lockdown was imposed in March 2020, Anil Kumar, the owner of Udupi Taaja Tindi, a small restaurant in Bengaluru did not know that he would have […]

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Bannerghatta zoo now earns zero revenue

Zoo Authority sends SOS to govt on animals’ food Bengaluru: In the wake of the extended Covid-19 lockdown, the Bannerghatta Biological Park is suffering a severe financial crisis. Dr Umashankar HP, a senior veterinarian at the Bannerghatta zoo and media spokesperson, said: “Currently, there is no revenue. We need Rs 2 crore every month to […]

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Home chefs deliver healthy food to COVID patients

Experts say healthy and balanced diet is a key to faster recovery and better immunity Pune: Many home chefs in Pune deliver free meals to COVID patients. ‘Covid meal for India’ an online portal which provide meals for patients have more than 190 registered volunteers in the city and more than 3000 in India. Ms. […]

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Karnataka farmers bear a heavy cost of ensuring food in our plates

Harshith V April 15, 2020, Bengaluru Low purchase rates from Horticulture Department hit farmers to reach the city Farmers who toil hard to guarantee food in our plates are among the worst hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Transportation on fruits and vegetables is bearing heavy on the pockets of farmers across the state.  Earlier […]

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Please Try Again Later!

Full delivery slots and delayed deliveries cause distress among online grocery store users. Consumers that depend on online grocery stores like Big Basket and Grofers for their  essential commodities are being turned down due to unavailability of delivery slots. The lockdown in the country has increased the dependency of consumers onto these online platforms. Samarth […]

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