• Enter the piracy kingdom of Bangalore April 14, 2012

    BANGALORE: The estimate of losses faced by the Indian publishing industry last year raised quite a few eyeballs as the losses crossed over Rs 2,000 crore. This year, in barely three months, the publishing industry, has recorded losses that are almost half of last years losses, reveal sources. Bangalore retains...
  • Realty in Bangalore to see 25% growth March 28, 2012

    BANGALORE: The real estate sector in Bangalore has grown to a large extent in the past one year. In the year ahead, the citys realty is expected to grow by 25 per cent, estimates the Karnataka Chapter of the Consortium of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI).We are expecting...
  • Bangalore jaywalkers enjoy impunity March 5, 2012

    BANGALORE: Jaywalking has become rampant on busy roads in the city. Many may say the traffic cops are not very active to stop it, a skeptic on the other hand, may blame BBMP for not laying good sidewalks and footpaths.If the statistics presented by the Traffic Management Centre (TMC) are...
  • Underage kids on drugs beg on Bangalore roads February 21, 2012

    BANGALORE:Initiated six months back, the joint operation by the city police, various NGOs and stake holders - Operation Rakshane took off many children asking alms from the roads. However, a reality check conducted by Express revealed that there are still hundreds of underaged children on the streets, begging under the...
  • Bangalore couples moving in with parents February 18, 2012

    BANGALORE: Soaring real estate prices in Bangalore may be burning holes in the pockets of prospective buyers, but it seems to be bringing families together. Couples who had chosen to live in nuclear families after marriage, are now coming back to their parents, all thanks to skyrocketing realty prices. According...
  • Traffic woes add to Monday blues in Bangalore January 31, 2012

    BANGALORE: Standing in long hours of traffic congestion is not a new experience to Bangaloreans, but Monday, gave more woes than blues to the city. While North and West Bangalore had rows of vehicles chock-a-block for over two hours, Central Bangalore too had unending jams. It was only South Bangalore...