Workers gathered from all over the city at Town Hall, in a united front against the unjust labour laws and the injustices they face. On May Day, pourakarmikas working in Bengaluru staged a protest demanding
The Ugly Indian recently conducted a spotfix at the Indiranagar Basketball Club that helped the neighbourhood children have a better space to play. On the 29th of April, The Ugly Indian conducted a spotfix at
Doctors in tents or “quacks” as they’re usually referred to guarantee results and healing. Tents can often be seen pitched along the sides of the road with speakers blaring, announcing their healing capabilities often involving
A collection of exquisitely painted scenes of nature and its different shades was displayed at Chitrakala Parishath. These artworks are the creations of artist Madabhusi Raman Anand. Dainty brushstrokes bearing colours that bleed into one
Contracted garbage collectors and pourakarmikas have ignored and physically trying jobs. The wages of their labour do not do justice to the work that they do. While I am walking down Church Street at 11:45am,
India has the highest number of child mortalities caused by diarrhoea and pneumonia. These diseases are caused by bacteria and parasites and are commonly spread due to open garbage dumps. Bengaluru is becoming famous nowadays
Around nine months ago, the Mahaganapati temple located at HRBR Layout, Banaswadi decided to do sustainable waste management. The temple authority’s endeavour to make the temple a zero-waste, plastic free zone has been quite successful.