Way before he turned 30, Manu S Pillai had several accolades and achievements to his credit.
When stress takes over, this celebrity cosmetologist turns her attention to mandala art and doodling
Six community radio stations, including city-based Sarathi Jhalak, are part of a project to empower seniors on science, tech
In his latest work, Grammy award winner Ricky Kej has collaborated with Afghan refugees to bring out a musical composition that captures the trials and tribulations faced by Afghan artistes
The number of influenza cases has increased even at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases
Two, including a woman, were killed after a BMTC bus ran over them in Electronics City traffic police limits on Sunday.
The Ashoknagar police had arrested Stalin recently and had taken him for a spot mahazar in the early hours of Monday.
Three students from Bengaluru and one each from Mysuru and Bellary made it to the top 10 in COMED-K
Change in syllabus, reduced number of teaching hours to blame
With cinemas, auditoriums, Rangamandiras, multiplexes and pubs allowing 100 per cent seating capacity, there is a gnawing fear among people about a possible spike in numbers.
One of the first patients in Karnataka who was detected with Severe Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (PMIS) post-Covid was a 23-month-old baby in Bengaluru.
The patient was suggested to undergo hysterectomy by some hospitals, however she was not convinced.
The first batch of Health Care Assistance Course -- a three-month residential course for 15 students with a minimum educational qualification of Class 10 -- has commenced.
This trend was visible across men and women, major cities, for elective surgeries, non-elective surgeries and acute medical cases.