Waterways of Bangalore: In Search of Lost Paradise

Reviving traditional water conservation methods can help solve the problems of groundwater depletion in Bengaluru. Bangalore was once known as ‘the city of lakes’. The city had an extensive network of canals, waterways, step wells, and Kalyanis. These human-made water bodies catered to the needs of the population. For centuries Bangalore survived without a major […]

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No Homes Willing to Open their Doors for the Specially-abled Orphans

A story that needs to be delivered to everyone. Adoption of specially-abled orphans is not happening as planned. ‘Adoption’- thinking about the term adoption makes a person think about so many things. Parents who adopt a child try their best to deal with various problems be it society or expenses. One adopts a child with […]

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The lockdown bought severe tempest in the lives of the theatre artists

Revenue from virtual performances is not enough to make ends meet Much Ado about everything: Performers suffers during lockdown Anurag, who is a freelancer theatre artist from Mysore, had a child just two days before the nationwide lockdown was announced on March 25. Anurag, who is now a part of S. L. Bhyrappa’s Parva, produced […]

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