Landscapes of Urban Memory: The Sacred and the Civic in India's High-Tech City

Network City: Planning the Information Society in Bangalore

K SEKAR, assistant professor, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences NIMHANS , Bangalore, talks to NEELAM SINGH about psychosocial distress among survivors of the Latur and Osmanabad earthquake ten years since the tragedy, and the role of

Bangalore s lakes set to be leased out

Should Karnataka expand the midday meal scheme without fine tuning it?

Dengue grips Bangalore

The Karnataka government ostensibly allows private production of sandalwood, but actually maintains a tight rein on the trade. In fact, eight months after the notification of amendments in the Karnataka Forest Amendment Act 2001, stakeholders are yet to

The key lesson

The state of our nation

the problem, and then plan