In her statement to the police, the Tanzanian woman who was attacked by a mob on Sunday has described a harrowing chase on the roads of Bengaluru. She and her friends have alleged that she was stripped and paraded, though the state government has denied it.
Battling outrage over the mob attack on a young Tanzanian woman in Bengaluru on Sunday night, the Karnataka government today denied that she was stripped and paraded and said it was "definitely not a race attack".
Written by Maya Sharma | Tuesday February 02, 2016, Bengaluru
Over the last few days, the potholed roads of Bengaluru's Central Business District are getting a makeover - the Invest Karnataka 2016, which is being held this week. But the people are less than pleased.
Written by Maya Sharma | Tuesday January 26, 2016, Bengaluru
They come by the thousands every day. For the people of Bengaluru, going to the January flower show at the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens is an annual ritual some would never miss. And the crowds who make their way to the here are only increasing.
Written by Maya Sharma | Monday January 25, 2016, Bengaluru
A cross between a wheelchair and a bicycle, velcro attachments for the hand, and a flexible, prosthetic foot good for uneven terrain were among the innovations that caught the most eye-balls at the first-ever "Enable Makeathon" by the Red Cross.