Meghana Sastry is a photojournalist from Bangalore, the silicon valley of India . She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication. With a passion for storytelling, she is a well known for her tenacity and photo stories coupled with...
This small documentary film is about the surfing culture in the fishing community in a small town on the east coast of India, called Mahabalipuram. These children come from families with alcohol abuse and surfing has changed their life. It's given them a purpose to live for despite all the odds.
No weddings, no silk supply and no demand for sarees. Worries loom large for handloom weavers, who are left wondering what the future holds for them.
As lockdown restrictions are relaxed in India, street markets are slowly coming back with heaps of works created by many artists were displayed on Church Street, on sale on a “take what you love and pay what you like,” basis.
As the country opens up, salons are finally ready to function in full swing. To make clients feel safe, they've come up with a list of safety precautions.
Here’s how Bangaloreans from different walks of life are spending time during COVID-19 lockdown. Millions of us around the world are staying indoors, practicing social distancing to protect ourselves, and others, from the COVID-19 pandemic. Our daily routines have been disrupted, and many of us have been separated from family, friends, and work. The New Indian Express spoke to six Bangaloreans from different walks of life to know about their new routine and expectations post lockdown.
People across India are coming together in the battle against coronavirus. One of them happens to be this tailor from Bengaluru.
Lockdown Tales: Bangalore Gurudwara packs langar for needy, humanity triumphs over coronavirus. The Sikh community in Bangalore is now sending out food packets for those who need food during IndiaLockdown.
Highlinging during COVID. Bengaluru Boys find a hack to pursue their passion. As the pandemic and lockdown make travel difficult, these boys in Bengaluru have found another way to practice their sport.
This cheese factory is run by a Group of Monks at a Catholic seminary in Bangalore. In Bangalore they are best known for making divine Italian-style cheese. They supply their Italian-style cheese products to many five-star hotels and restaurants. Taj the Group of Hotels, The Oberoi and Olive Beach are some of their regular customers.
Their daily grind is to evaluate and certify the coffee bean!
Bengaluru's hunger saviours distributed over 1 crore meals to the needy during lockdown.
Bengaluru Lake breach: People recount the ordeals. Eight hundred houses were inundated after the bund of Hulimavu lake off Bannerghatta Road breached.
Normal life disrupted as floods wrecks havoc in Bengaluru. With the ongoing pandemic the floods have brought more troubles including the worry of a likelihood of communicable diseases.
Tension prevailed among the residents of a temporary settlement in Bengaluru’s Munnekolala near #Marathalli a Bengali settlement on February 13.
While some inhabitants are labourers, some others are domestic helpers, waste-pickers and security guards.
Karnataka government on March 13 ordered the closure of all universities, malls, cinema halls, pubs, night clubs and places of entertainment across the state, which witness huge gatherings, for the next one week beginning Saturday, to contain the spread of the virus.
Manisha talks about her Netflix film Maska, her journey in cinema and life as an actress.