Saritha Rai The Indian Express Group
Sunday 5 January '14The party is yet to collate the number of applicants seeking a ticket for the Lok Sabha elections.
Tuesday 31 December '13Assigning an Aadhaar number to 1.2 billion Indians may turn out to be the smaller challenge
Sunday22 December '13From tycoons to the merely rich, singers to politicians, they are seen as a must in ‘changed times’.
Saturday21 December '13Bouncers came to the scene during the pub boom in Bangalore in the 1980s and 1990s.
Tuesday10 December '13The young and brightest in a city once big on science and technology research have turned to IT, entrepreneurship, banking.
Monday25 November '13The idea that ordinarily apathetic citizens can rally around to fix urban problems is gaining traction
Monday18 November '13Firms crunch data to study voting patterns, make campaigns more effective.
Monday11 November '13A hospital chain applies economies of scale to bring down costs without compromising on quality.
Monday28 October '13Karnataka is trying to reboot its IT policy, but it needs to invest in the necessary infrastructure first.
Monday21 October '13As he prepares for 2014, Siddaramaiah must deal with Congress dissidence, apart from a regrouping BJP.
Monday30 September '13Bangalore’s homegrown Café Coffee Day now faces real competition
Monday16 September '13Siddaramaiah is being accused of ignoring Bangalore
Monday2 September '13Newly elected MP from Bangalore Rural says drinking water got him the seat.
Wednesday28 August '13Earlier, Narayana Murthy had said his son's role was to make the chairman 'more effective'.
Friday23 August '13Politics is a vicious place for women, even in one of India’s more progressive states.
Monday12 August '13Government and police directives are overwhelming the city’s already stricken nightlife
Monday29 July '13Social media is emerging as a popular and effective channel for consumers to register complaints
Tuesday16 July '13Innovators busy, platform to help them meet like-minded people: organiser
Monday15 July '13Siddaramaiah’s position in his party, and the Congress’s fortunes in the Lok Sabha polls, could hinge on the one rupee rice scheme
Monday24 June '13There are fewer jobs for engineering graduates. The upside could be a start-up nation
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