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Urbanisation, Lake froth, Lake fire, Bangalore

How Bangalore turned into a city of nightmares

A 'casteless' and classless city that in reality is deeply classist and casteist.


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Politics, Bangalore, Delhi, Water Crisis

Why India faces a major water crisis

Nearly 63 million people in India do not have access to safe drinking water.


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Telecom companies, Bangalore, Aadhaar, UIDAI

That awkward moment when senior UIDAI official's SIM card is deactivated for 'non linking' with Aadhaar

Getting harder and harder to recognise the trap.


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Traffic problems, Climate change, Bangalore, Potholes

4 people have died in road accidents in 10 days due to potholes, Bangalore must wake up

The recent deaths are just one manifestation of the many problems that ail the city.


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Bangalore, Cheating, Startup, Swiggy

Is food delivery app Swiggy cheating business partners, investors and customers?

Anonymous blog post makes insinuations about fudged data and arm-twisting.


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Underwear thief, Sexual harassment, Bangalore

How a Bangalore women's college caught the thief who wears women's underwear

Despite repeated complaints from dozens of female students about sexual predators, the authorities have done nada.


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Pollution, Pollution, Fire, Bangalore

Why does Bangalore's Bellandur lake keep catching fire?

The lake has become a dumping ground for the city's sewage.


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Bangalore, Manufacture, Apple, IPhone 7

Will we now get to buy cheaper iPhones in India?

Apple’s Taiwanese manufacturing partner Wistron is setting up a plant at Peenya in Bangalore.


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Cancelled, Sunburn, Bangalore, David Guetta

Twitter reactions to David Guetta's Bangalore concert being cancelled

'The authorities understandably are not prepared to take any chances.'


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Sexual assault, Mass Molestation, Bangalore, Women's safety

We girls didn’t grow up in fear. But things have changed

Why does looking back at the ’80s feel more progressive and chilled than living in so-called liberal India of 2017?