from India Insight:

Protesters give a goodbye kiss to liberal Bengaluru

By Reuters Staff
February 19, 2015

By Sai Sachin R and Priyanka Shankar

Bengaluru used to have a reputation as India’s air-conditioned city. Temperatures were mild and so were manners. Once considered liberal and tolerant, the city once known as Bangalore is acquiring a reputation of narrow mindedness, say activists who accuse city authorities of “moral policing,” even over something as universally human as a kiss.

from India Insight:

Auto-rickshaw apps help commuters breeze through Bengaluru

By Anup Oommen
February 3, 2015

Many people know hautoow this one goes:

“Aa kade hogalla madam!” the auto-rickshaw driver shouted from across the road. It might sound unfamiliar in Kannada, but its English translation is all too common: "I’m not heading in that direction ma’am!"

from India Insight:

Blind foodie seeks Braille menus in Delhi restaurants

March 19, 2014

Baldev Gulati loves to eat out. Friends and family often join him, but sometimes he likes to go on a date with himself. There's one problem -- Gulati is blind.

from India Insight:

Turning a Bangalore shanty town into a mall

February 7, 2013

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