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    Global warming: Trees are trees, be it steel flyover or metro

    Be it steel flyover or overhead rail tracks for metro, cutting of trees are same. More precisely, nature has an equal approach while it comes to tragedy befalling the trees in Bengaluru or across the globe. Last month, IT (Information and Technology) capital became a testimony to wave of amplified protests over building steel flyover […]

    November 29, 2016

    Pan mandatory hurting payments of daily wage labourers after Modi’s demonetization

    It’s a monumental mismanagement is what was termed by former Prime Minister, Finance Minister, RBI Governor, Manmohan Singh about the way in which currency demonetization is being implemented on the ground. Let Singh’s words taken with a pinch of salt. Ramashish, who commutes from Hebbal to Horamaavu, is a daily wage labourer who toils every day at […]

    November 27, 2016

    Experiencing the demonetisation: From India’s oil city Degboi with love!

    R. Chandan The repercussions of cancelling the legal tender of Rs 500/1000 have been felt massively in India’s oil city – Degboi. Dull faces put up by daily wage labourers are tell tale, while conversation with them in the dawn narrates more worrisome stories of painful heat being experienced by them. “Humare paas paisha hain […]

    November 24, 2016

    Deccan Herald to discontinue Delhi edition from December

    Karnataka’s one of the most trusted premier English dailies Deccan Herald’s (DH) Delhi edition will be discontinued from the month of December. While initially, this media development was shared to Samachara by reliable sources in the newspaper, later it was confirmed by the Associate Editor of DH. The DH that was established in 1948 and […]

    November 22, 2016

    If you find, you are lucky; 2 CCTV installed cabs in Bengaluru

    Trepidation of parents of a 12-year-old girl to send her alone in a cab they booked through Ola eased, moments after the driver of a cab showed surveillance camera that he installed to ensure safety of the commuters. B M Raghuswamy’s white Tata Indica (KA-05-AD-1675) which is attached to two prime cab aggregators, Ola and Uber is […]

    November 21, 2016

    Hindu Mahasabha comes down heavily on Narendra Modi’s demonetisation

    Lack of preparedness, poor execution and immiserisation of millions of people are distressing phenomenon to witness albeit demonetisation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP government is carried out with a good objective. Outspoken Ambika Nayak minced no words while expressing her views on demonetisation in her interview to Samachara. Incumbent state (Karnataka) president of […]

    November 20, 2016

    Iconography at big fat wedding and Janardhan Reddy’s delusion of reincarnation

    Hardly debated in the media spaces is about intentions of Karnataka’s corruption accused billionaire, Gali Janardhan Reddy behind the squeamish display of colossal opulence. The wedding of Reddy’s daughter (Brahmani) that was kicked off from November 15, was accommodated at palace ground adorned with sets resembling India’s heritage site Hampi. However, only a few in social […]

    November 17, 2016

    Here is Gauri Lankesh’s unpublished write-up in Bangalore Mirror

    Janarajyotsava, a rebellion act has certainly challenged the benchmark that can allegedly be bought to get conferred, one of the Karnataka’s prestigious awards, ‘Rajyotsava Award’ by the state government. In what could be termed as first of its kind, tribal rights activist, Somanna who was denied award and cheated by the Siddaramaiah led Congress government […]

    November 16, 2016

    Change in strategy: 110 Naga Sadhus to march towards controversial Baba Budangiri!

    Epitome of composite culture and tradition, Sri Guru Dattatreya Swami Baba Budan Peetha and later a bone of contention for Hindu and Islam hardliners usually go through a frenzied phase around the corner of Datta Jayanthi observed in the month of December. This long standing dispute from 60’s was amplified after Vishwa Hindu Parishath (VHP)-Bajrang […]

    November 15, 2016

    From 1965’s Miss Leelavathi to Rama Rama Re; anchoring change in Sandalwood!

    In terms of commercial aspects, technology, weaving and narration of stories, movie industries cutting across language line have been seeing a set of new experiments. Here is a feature film in Kannada, Rama Rama Re which has hit silver screens emanating fresh fragrance. Change is a constant phenomenon. But there are strong reasons and inspirations […]

    November 14, 2016