Neighbourhood Watch Committee programme is being implemented across Bengaluru, but it has seen overwhelming success
Bamboo straws, rope, glue, colour, crepe paper, and a little bit of patience — here’s what goes into making the traditional Deepavali lanterns.
When the activist was joined by more people, the NHAI filled the potholes on the highway.
While Haji gave the land for the new houses, Lokesh pledged his for an accessible road that can be built towards the plot.
A local group, ‘NammHudugru’ (Our Boys), coordinated the rescue and relief efforts in Mudigere taluk using WhatsApp voice notes for quick communication.
An annual high tea is organised by Rashtrapati Bhavan to commemorate the Quit India movement, but Shyama Rao did not receive a much-awaited invite this year.
K9 Resto Café also has a grooming centre, massage parlour and a day-care facility for animals.
They have distributed close to 6,000 pads since the group’s inception.
Dr Smitha Hegde, an expert in the study of ferns, has documented more than one thousand trees with her students so far.
The villagers refrained from voting to register their protest against the Forest Department for hindering development works in their villages.
As part of the ‘Vote Maadi, Pravasa Maadi’ drive, visitors who didn’t vote were greeted with shawls and garlands made of government documents.
Tauseef Ahmed had tagged about 400 dogs with reflective collars to prevent collisions with drivers of fast-moving vehicles.
Close 50 locals farmers have listed their produce on the portal and its ‘organic-stalls’ have already been featured at IT campuses, local parks and trade-fairs.
At 73-years of age, Mahalinga Naik breaks into a smile, when residents of Amai village
On February 3, the eve of World Cancer Day, these doctors will come together for ‘Arbudasura Garvabhanga’, or ‘taming the cancer demon’.
While some suspect Abdul Basheer to be a Pakistani, others give him a benefit of doubt that he maybe a Saudi National.
Both fishermen associations and family members of crew of ‘Suvarna Tribhuja’ have been running from pillar to post to seek help to trace them but in vain.
The 39-year-old veterinarian surgeon lives with his parents, wife, two children, seven dogs and a collection of 500 birds!
Bhandary, who has not shut his shop save one time when he went to Haridwar, now wants to call it quits after 51 years, and travel the country with his wife
For over five-decades now, the differently-abled trainees at the rehabilitation unit of Fr. Muller Medical
In 15 days, Vivek and his team captured over 1.2 lakh photographs, ranging from housewarming, wedding ceremonies, to an array of entertainment.
The Standard Library, home to more than 17,000 books, is slated to close due to dwindling readership and soaring maintenance costs.