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    Concert marks third year of South Asian Symphony

    Team Metrolife, A digital concert marked the third anniversary of The South Asian Symphony Foundation on Tuesday. The event, in collaboration with Bangalore International Centre, began with a video message from founder Nirupama Rao. 'Our foundation was established with the mission of using music as a means to bring together the people of South Asia. We felt it was necessary because South Asia is...

    • 3 days ago
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    5 books on tigers

    Tini Sara Anien, International Tiger Day is on July 29. These wild cats and conservation programmes around them have been the subject of many books. 'Metrolife' picks a list of such books by Indian authors. A Decade with Tigers: Supremacy · Solitude · Stripes Author: Shivang Mehta A photographer's take on popularity of tigers — the book is a tribute to those tigers who were 'ambassadors' of Indian...

    • 4 days ago
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    Kannada film industry preparing to resume work a month from now

    Asra Mavad, The Karnataka government on Sunday further relaxed the Covid-19-related lockdown norms and allowed cinema halls to function at 50 per cent capacity. However, the industry is not yet ready to come back into business until cinema halls are allowed to function at 100 per cent capacity. The Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC) will soon be meeting Chief Minister B S...

    • 4 days ago
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    Bengalureans return to cycling in a big way

    Vivek Phadnis, Bengaluru is known for its fitness and outdoor activities, particularly running and cycling. The proof of Bengaluru's love for cycling, before the pandemic struck, was evident every weekend on highways like Ballari Road as a lot of cyclists could be seen sweating it out on the open road. In fact, a lot of people have found that cycling to work is a great way to work out while it is...

    • 4 days ago
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    Many Bengaluru groups thriving on Clubhouse

    Sanjana S Megalamane, Literary and cultural Kannada clubs are thriving on Clubhouse, the voice chat app that has become all the rage. Metrolife spoke to hosts of some popular chat rooms. Half Circle Half Circle (15.7k followers) is mostly exploring the world of films and literature. Jogi, writer and founder of Half Circle, says, 'We have hosted roast sessions and also occasionally shared...

    • 5 days ago
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    Cyclist with handicap riding from Thrissur to Ladakh

    Akshara DM, Mohammad Ashraf, on a cycling expedition from his native Thrissur to Ladakh, was in Bengaluru on Wednesday. The 35-year-old, an engineer, met with an accident in 2017 and was severely injured. He was treated at three hospitals and underwent several surgeries, but his right leg was damaged beyond repair.

    • 5 days ago
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    Battle raging for control of Alliance Francaise

    Team Metrolife, Brickbats are flying as two camps battle for control at the Alliance Francaise de Bangalore. The war cry was sounded on May 8, when four members—Balan Nambiar, Vinod K Gaur, Chander Prakash Mannar and Adhip Chaudhuri—wrote to the Karnataka government, seeking government intervention to 'prevent the progressive degradation of the basic ethos of this institution.' There...

    • 7 days ago
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    Police say delay in repaying loan led to RTI activist's murder

    Nina C George, Police have arrested three of the six who allegedly attacked Venkatesh, RTI activist, and caused his death. Venkatesh was attacked for not returning money he owed a financier, a senior policeman told Metrolife. The attack took place in broad daylight at Tavarekere, on the outskirts of Bengaluru on Thursday, and Venkatesh died at a Bengaluru hospital on Sunday.

    • 7 days ago
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    Tune in: Museum displaysrare collection of radios

    Ram Rakshith V, A radio enthusiast has established a museum of vintage radios in Basaveshwara Nagar. It is the only museum of its kind in India, he reckons. Called the Short Wave Radio Museum, it displays 150 working vintage radios. Uday Kalburgi, electronics and telecommunications engineer who worked at Alcatel-Lucent in Bengaluru till 2016, has scoured markets and junkyards across India for...

    • 7 days ago
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    With no new shows, curtains still down at drama spaces

    Yemen S, Performing spaces were allowed to reopen on Monday with 50% seating, but not much is happening yet on the theatre front. Arundathi Nag, actor and founder of Ranga Shankara, is taking a staggered approach to the reopening. 'We will take a week or so to begin operations. We have to check with the theatre community if they are ready to get back on stage,' she says. Ranga Shankara, an...

    • 7 days ago

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