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Sunday 05 July 2015
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A broomstick's trail of art

Published on 28-Jun-2015

With garbage becoming the rising concern in the City, a people's movement is soon gaining momentum. Tired of their complaints going unheard, citizen groups have...

Fumbling for that plumber

Published on 20-Jun-2015
Trapped in a City with a disorganized, highly fragmented service industry, Bengalureans old and new know it is a tough call. DH photo

Desperate to get their homes repaired, Bengalureans old and new are often trapped searching for the right people in a...

Running around to get odd jobs done

Published on 20-Jun-2015

Even if you are a local resident or have moved into the city from another State, hiring an electrician to set right a damaged fuse......

Service-providers: Wary but waiting

Published on 20-Jun-2015

Indumati Lokeshwar, 73, from Malleswaram, suppressed a wry smile when she learnt that a website provides her with a priest to...

Making the most of the golden hour

Published on 13-Jun-2015

To save an accident victim's life, treatment within the golden hour is critical. But this can happen in increasing numbers only with improved coordination between...

Chronicle of accident trauma, retold

Published on 13-Jun-2015

An evening during last Diwali, Sandesh Shekhar, an advertising professional, met with an accident in Vijayanagar...

That frantic ambulance call

Published on 13-Jun-2015
DH File photo

Desperate to wriggle out of traffic jams, ambulance response times are rising alarmingly within Bengaluru...

Trapped without documents

Published on 06-Jun-2015

Apartment buyers often find themselves trapped once they realise that the builders haven't got the necessary approvals from the civic agencies. Occupancy Certificate and the...

In defence of the KERC ruling

Published on 06-Jun-2015

Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC)'s quashing of the May 27 government order, making Occupancy Certificate mandatory for power connection, has found takers ...

Petty shops continue to sell Maggi despite ban

Published on 06-Jun-2015
out of favour: There has been a reduction in the number of consumers asking for Maggi at the shops. DH Photo

Even as top retail chains and supermarkets have taken Maggi off their racks after a government order imposing a ban on the product, petty shops...

Photo Gallery
'Umbrella Workshop' where people paint umbrellas with colors in Navi Mumbai...

'Umbrella Workshop' where people paint umbrellas with colors in Navi Mumbai...

Visitors looking the BSF weapons on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the BSF...

Visitors looking the BSF weapons on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the BSF...

Mobile app ' Namma Bellad' launched in Bengaluru...

Mobile app ' Namma Bellad' launched in Bengaluru...

Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti feeds cows during her visit to Gir Seva Goshala in Ahmedabad...

Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti feeds cows during her visit to Gir Seva Goshala in Ahmedabad...

An highly decorated Vruksha hall during the 'BJP Maha Samparka Abhiyan 2015'...

An highly decorated Vruksha hall during the 'BJP Maha Samparka Abhiyan 2015'...

A fire broke out at Sony manufacturing plant in Navi Mumbai on Sunday...

A fire broke out at Sony manufacturing plant in Navi Mumbai on Sunday...

Pilgrims crosses the mountains as they move towards Amarnath Holy Cave Shrine...

Pilgrims crosses the mountains as they move towards Amarnath Holy Cave Shrine...

A Kashmiri Muslim woman offers noon prayers in the ruins of an ancient Hindu temple...

A Kashmiri Muslim woman offers noon prayers in the ruins of an ancient Hindu temple...

A security man keeps vigil on the mountains near Amarnath Holy Cave Shrine 3880 meters high...

A security man keeps vigil on the mountains near Amarnath Holy Cave Shrine 3880 meters high...

An Indian boy practices Mallakhamb, a traditional Indian gymnastic sport...

An Indian boy practices Mallakhamb, a traditional Indian gymnastic sport...

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