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TAKING A BRAKE
Looks like BMTC is tired of endless complaints about the bad road behaviour of its drivers. The corporation is bringing out CDs on accidents to tell them where they go wrong
Figures are scary
THE STATISTICS on accidents in the city are alarming. In 2001, BMTC buses were involved in 74 fatal accidents out of a total of 668 fatal cases reported (11.07 per cent). In 2002, it went up to 98 out of 783 fatal accidents (12.5 per cent). This ...
Stage set for a musical
The 18-member cast of Poile Sengupta's new play, Yavamajakka, is busy rehearsing for shows in the city later this week
Chords and Notes
This week at Music World...
It's a highway in here
WITH THE city bursting at its seams, it has become impossible for families and couples to find a quiet place to dine and relax. So, the adventurous ones prefer to drive away from all the noise and clamour to restaurants on the outskirts. Plenty ...
Ethnic crafts for urbanites
FOR THE aesthetically inclined Bangaloreans, Yamini is holding a festival, Crafts Focus. The ongoing festival ends on November 18. It focuses on various crafts of Karnataka. One can meet crafts persons, who not only have displayed their ...
Achamma George is comfortable designing Indian, Western, and fusion wear
AMAZING HOW a formless stone can be transformed into a piece of art in skilled hands! This is how the though strikes you as you step into Webro Stonescapes, where you get to see some amazing creations in natural stones such as limestones, ...
What a MIGHTY mouse!
The cheapest PC peripheral is also the most used. But 20 years on, the humble mouse is set to emerge in new avatars.
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