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  • Blog: "No Ladies": The Perils Of Being A Woman Reporter In Sabarimala

    Blog: "No Ladies": The Perils Of Being A Woman Reporter In Sabarimala

    At Nilakkal, we saw a crowd shouting slogans, police standing by. A reporter from a Kerala channel called me aside. "Take off the press stickers from your car," he advised. "And the logo from your mike. And best not to go that side," he added - indicating the crowd.

  • Kerala Tense As Women Head To Sabarimala Amid Protests, Heavy Security

    Kerala Tense As Women Head To Sabarimala Amid Protests, Heavy Security

    Protests intensified around Kerala's famous Sabarimala temple as the shrine to Lord Ayappa got ready to open its doors to women of reproductive age following a Supreme Court order overturning the centuries-old ban. Crew from four media companies was attacked and two women, who had started the 7-km trek towards the hilltop shrine, had to turn back. ...

  • Parties Give Preference To Political Families In Karnataka By-Elections

    Parties Give Preference To Political Families In Karnataka By-Elections

    By-elections for three Lok Sabha seats and two Assembly seats in Karnataka will be held on November 3. Apart from the Jamkhandi Assembly seat, in which Congress lawmaker Siddu Nyamagouda died earlier this year, all the other seats fell vacant because of resignations.

  • "Rafale Contract Is Your Right": Rahul Gandhi To State-Run HAL Employees

    "Rafale Contract Is Your Right": Rahul Gandhi To State-Run HAL Employees

    Rahul Gandhi has apologised to the employees of the state-run defence company Hindustan Aeronautics Limited or HAL "on the government's behalf" for doubting their capabilities. The Congress chief, who met employee representatives in Bengaluru today to talk about the controversial Rafale fighter jets deal, said that establishments like HAL are the t...

  • Karnataka Congress Calls BSP Minister's Resignation "Unfortunate"

    Karnataka Congress Calls BSP Minister's Resignation "Unfortunate"

    The Congress, which is in a coalition with the Janata Dal Secular in Karnataka, has reacted to the resignation of N Mahesh from the post of minister of primary and secondary education.

  • Greenpeace Says Attempt To "Muzzle Dissent" As Investigators Raid Offices

    Greenpeace Says Attempt To "Muzzle Dissent" As Investigators Raid Offices

    Not for the first time, the global environmental NGO, Greenpeace, is facing the heat from the Indian government. In a move that the organisation has called an effort to "muzzle democratic dissent", the Enforcement Directorate has conducted searches in its offices in Bengaluru and other establishments associated with it and frozen its accounts.

  • Blindfolded, Hundreds Walked Behind The Visually Impaired In Bengaluru

    Blindfolded, Hundreds Walked Behind The Visually Impaired In Bengaluru

    Led by the visually impaired, hundreds of people with blindfolds around their eyes took to the streets of Bengaluru on Thursday. Similar scenes were observed in 150 cities across six countries on the event of World Sight Day.

  • Bengaluru To Have Country's Third IKEA Store In 2020

    Bengaluru To Have Country's Third IKEA Store In 2020

    The country's software capital Bengaluru will have a massive IKEA store -- the third in the county - by 2020. The Swedish furniture and home products giant had opened its first store in Hyderabad two months ago. The second is expected to come up at Mumbai next year.

  • Muslim Teen Wins Quiz On Gita, Says "Don't Like Fights Over Religion"

    Muslim Teen Wins Quiz On Gita, Says "Don't Like Fights Over Religion"

    When an ISKCON temple in Bengaluru organised a quiz on the Bhagavad Gita, a Muslim youngster took home the first prize. Shaik Mohiuddin, a Class 9 student of Subhash Memorial English High School, believes all religions are equal.

  • Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    After NDTV's report on widespread pollution by graphite plant in Bengaluru's bustling Whitefield, the Supreme Court has decided to take up the caseandissued a notice to Graphite India Limited. The concerns of the residents of Whitefield were brought to the court's notice by an expert panel today.

  • India's Blind Cricket Team Best In The World, Says England Captain Ed Hossell

    India's Blind Cricket Team Best In The World, Says England Captain Ed Hossell

    Mahantesh, President of Cricket Association for Blind in India (CABI), has called on the BCCI and the government to provide more support.

  • Newly-Elected Bengaluru Deputy Mayor, 44, Dies Of Heart Attack

    Newly-Elected Bengaluru Deputy Mayor, 44, Dies Of Heart Attack

    Bengaluru Deputy Mayor Ramila Umashankar was a leader of Janata Dal (Secular).

  • Bengaluru To Get State-Of-The-Art Cybercrime Hub. It Has An Infosys Link

    Bengaluru To Get State-Of-The-Art Cybercrime Hub. It Has An Infosys Link

    The Karnataka police today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Infosys Foundation, the philanthropy wing of IT giant Infosys, to set up a state-of-the-art unit to tackle cybercrime. The anti-cybercrime hub will be called the Centre for Cybercrime Investigation Training and Research (CCITR).

  • "We Breathe Black Soot": Bengaluru's War Against Graphite Plant

    "We Breathe Black Soot": Bengaluru's War Against Graphite Plant

    Imagine living in a home in which everything is covered in black dust - the floor, walls, plants, your clothes and even your food. The black dust is everywhere and no matter how much you clean, you are unable to get rid of it. These are precisely the conditions which the residents of Whitefield in Bengaluru say they are living in, all because of a ...

  • At Bengaluru Summit, Former Cops Invoke Gandhi To Tackle Crime

    At Bengaluru Summit, Former Cops Invoke Gandhi To Tackle Crime

    A survivor of the 9/11 terror attacks, security officials from different countries and several individuals who believe in a peaceful answer to violence and extremism, came together on Monday for a summit organised at the Art of Living in Bengaluru to celebrate the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

'Maya Sharma' - 1000 Video Result(s)

'Maya Sharma' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Blog: "No Ladies": The Perils Of Being A Woman Reporter In Sabarimala

    Blog: "No Ladies": The Perils Of Being A Woman Reporter In Sabarimala

    At Nilakkal, we saw a crowd shouting slogans, police standing by. A reporter from a Kerala channel called me aside. "Take off the press stickers from your car," he advised. "And the logo from your mike. And best not to go that side," he added - indicating the crowd.

  • Kerala Tense As Women Head To Sabarimala Amid Protests, Heavy Security

    Kerala Tense As Women Head To Sabarimala Amid Protests, Heavy Security

    Protests intensified around Kerala's famous Sabarimala temple as the shrine to Lord Ayappa got ready to open its doors to women of reproductive age following a Supreme Court order overturning the centuries-old ban. Crew from four media companies was attacked and two women, who had started the 7-km trek towards the hilltop shrine, had to turn back. ...

  • Parties Give Preference To Political Families In Karnataka By-Elections

    Parties Give Preference To Political Families In Karnataka By-Elections

    By-elections for three Lok Sabha seats and two Assembly seats in Karnataka will be held on November 3. Apart from the Jamkhandi Assembly seat, in which Congress lawmaker Siddu Nyamagouda died earlier this year, all the other seats fell vacant because of resignations.

  • "Rafale Contract Is Your Right": Rahul Gandhi To State-Run HAL Employees

    "Rafale Contract Is Your Right": Rahul Gandhi To State-Run HAL Employees

    Rahul Gandhi has apologised to the employees of the state-run defence company Hindustan Aeronautics Limited or HAL "on the government's behalf" for doubting their capabilities. The Congress chief, who met employee representatives in Bengaluru today to talk about the controversial Rafale fighter jets deal, said that establishments like HAL are the t...

  • Karnataka Congress Calls BSP Minister's Resignation "Unfortunate"

    Karnataka Congress Calls BSP Minister's Resignation "Unfortunate"

    The Congress, which is in a coalition with the Janata Dal Secular in Karnataka, has reacted to the resignation of N Mahesh from the post of minister of primary and secondary education.

  • Greenpeace Says Attempt To "Muzzle Dissent" As Investigators Raid Offices

    Greenpeace Says Attempt To "Muzzle Dissent" As Investigators Raid Offices

    Not for the first time, the global environmental NGO, Greenpeace, is facing the heat from the Indian government. In a move that the organisation has called an effort to "muzzle democratic dissent", the Enforcement Directorate has conducted searches in its offices in Bengaluru and other establishments associated with it and frozen its accounts.

  • Blindfolded, Hundreds Walked Behind The Visually Impaired In Bengaluru

    Blindfolded, Hundreds Walked Behind The Visually Impaired In Bengaluru

    Led by the visually impaired, hundreds of people with blindfolds around their eyes took to the streets of Bengaluru on Thursday. Similar scenes were observed in 150 cities across six countries on the event of World Sight Day.

  • Bengaluru To Have Country's Third IKEA Store In 2020

    Bengaluru To Have Country's Third IKEA Store In 2020

    The country's software capital Bengaluru will have a massive IKEA store -- the third in the county - by 2020. The Swedish furniture and home products giant had opened its first store in Hyderabad two months ago. The second is expected to come up at Mumbai next year.

  • Muslim Teen Wins Quiz On Gita, Says "Don't Like Fights Over Religion"

    Muslim Teen Wins Quiz On Gita, Says "Don't Like Fights Over Religion"

    When an ISKCON temple in Bengaluru organised a quiz on the Bhagavad Gita, a Muslim youngster took home the first prize. Shaik Mohiuddin, a Class 9 student of Subhash Memorial English High School, believes all religions are equal.

  • Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    After NDTV's report on widespread pollution by graphite plant in Bengaluru's bustling Whitefield, the Supreme Court has decided to take up the caseandissued a notice to Graphite India Limited. The concerns of the residents of Whitefield were brought to the court's notice by an expert panel today.

  • India's Blind Cricket Team Best In The World, Says England Captain Ed Hossell

    India's Blind Cricket Team Best In The World, Says England Captain Ed Hossell

    Mahantesh, President of Cricket Association for Blind in India (CABI), has called on the BCCI and the government to provide more support.

  • Newly-Elected Bengaluru Deputy Mayor, 44, Dies Of Heart Attack

    Newly-Elected Bengaluru Deputy Mayor, 44, Dies Of Heart Attack

    Bengaluru Deputy Mayor Ramila Umashankar was a leader of Janata Dal (Secular).

  • Bengaluru To Get State-Of-The-Art Cybercrime Hub. It Has An Infosys Link

    Bengaluru To Get State-Of-The-Art Cybercrime Hub. It Has An Infosys Link

    The Karnataka police today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Infosys Foundation, the philanthropy wing of IT giant Infosys, to set up a state-of-the-art unit to tackle cybercrime. The anti-cybercrime hub will be called the Centre for Cybercrime Investigation Training and Research (CCITR).

  • "We Breathe Black Soot": Bengaluru's War Against Graphite Plant

    "We Breathe Black Soot": Bengaluru's War Against Graphite Plant

    Imagine living in a home in which everything is covered in black dust - the floor, walls, plants, your clothes and even your food. The black dust is everywhere and no matter how much you clean, you are unable to get rid of it. These are precisely the conditions which the residents of Whitefield in Bengaluru say they are living in, all because of a ...

  • At Bengaluru Summit, Former Cops Invoke Gandhi To Tackle Crime

    At Bengaluru Summit, Former Cops Invoke Gandhi To Tackle Crime

    A survivor of the 9/11 terror attacks, security officials from different countries and several individuals who believe in a peaceful answer to violence and extremism, came together on Monday for a summit organised at the Art of Living in Bengaluru to celebrate the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

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