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“Like an unchecked cancer, hate corrodes the personality and eats away its vital unity. Hate causes man to confuse the true with the false.”
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Clearing out the trash

The task of clearing 2,500 metric tonne of garbage in Bangalore can be made easy if denizens co-operate and follow the do’s and don'ts with the BMP.
 

The long journey away from home

About 40 camels were brought to the City, according to the ARF. One of the camels rescued recently is under their care. What awaits its fate?
 

Minimise risk, maximise health

Coronary blocks are heard of commonly. But there is a silent danger lurking in the form of vascular diseases, which are more risky. Only greater awareness can help.
 

In matters of the heart

The Bangalore-based Wockhardt Hospital and Heart Institute has set up a comprehensive heart centre at ...
 

Shopping made easier now?

The Rs 1.47-crore project ‘Pedestrianisation of Commercial Street’ will be implemented in three to four months. Parking will be banned to make shopping pleasurable and hassle-free.
 

Savour this unique celluloid journey

This unique tri-part thematic celluloid trek that began in August, 2003, continued through October and is now set to wind up this February.
 

AND LAST WEEK...
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Keeping in time with the ages

A heritage building with a fascinating history, the Khaleel Building in Chickpet is one of the City’s long-standing landmarks that seems slated to survive the jaws of a bulldozer.
 

Managing a show, an event in itself!

The key event managers speak with Metrolife about why so many events take place in the IT hub of India and what goes into making them happen.
 

All the right moves

Organised with a great deal of effort and attention to detail, the Attakalari Bangalore Biennial brings to the City an entire repertoire of dance forms.
 

A life set to music

Pandit Ajay Pohankar, a doyen of the Gwalior Kirana Gharana, much admired for his signature style was recently in the City and chatted with Metrolife.
 

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