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Carafina Interior Design — where luxury and aesthetics come together

Carafina aims to provide elegant designs backed by superior manufacturing techniques to deliver world-class homes to their customers.
Representational image | Covid-19 patients occupying beds at Bengaluru's K.C. General Hospital | Photo: ANI

Finally some good news from Bengaluru: Covid trends show decline after topping all metros

The city reported 3,992 cases Monday — highest among five Indian metros. Experts say this may not be a cause for concern, noting the decline in cases and demand for beds.
Dogs up for adoption at Charlie's Animal Rescue Centre in Bengaluru | Photo: Angana Chakrabarti | ThePrint

How rescue of Bengaluru’s Buddy whose owner, 87, died of Covid shows plight of pets in pandemic

Owners are either dying or abandoning pets due to Covid, and several animal rescue shelters ThePrint visited are stretched beyond capacity.

Rainbow-coloured sun halo has Bengaluru photographing the sky today. This is how it formed

A sun halo is more common than rainbows and comes in many shapes and sizes, including a standard circular halo.
Dr Sunil Kumar Hebbi with a patient next to his 'mobile clinic' in pre-Covid times | Photo: Facebook | Sunil Kumar Hebbi

Bengaluru’s ‘doctor on wheels’ works 20 hours a day, has treated 250 patients since Covid

Dr Sunil Kumar Hebbi has been running a mobile clinic for 11 years. Since pandemic struck, he works nights at a BBMP Covid clinic, and then drives across Bengaluru to help patients.
A team of paramedics, nurses and doctors at Ramakrishna hospital, Raipur | Photo: Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

A look at Covid Ground Zero through a millennial doctor’s eyes

Campus Voice is an initiative by ThePrint where young Indians get an opportunity to express their opinions on a prevalent issue.
At the KSR Railway Station where scores had gathered from early morning even though many had trains as late as 8 pm | Photo: Praveen Jain/ThePrint

CM Yediyurappa urged them to stay, but jobless migrants can’t — ‘there’s no food’ in Bengaluru

With construction and other sectors taking a severe hit due to lockdown, which will be in place until 24 May, migrant workers have started to leave Bengaluru again.
Shahulla Khan, 45, and his family at their home on 12 May, waiting for an oxygen bed in a government hospital. | Photo: Praveen Jain/ThePrint

Bengaluru grave digger buried Covid dead for months, was buried today after not getting O2 bed

Bengaluru residents claim lack of government beds even as BBMP shows bed availability. CM Yediyurappa has asked patients to not ‘over-stay’ in hospitals.
Representational image | Covid-19 patients occupying beds at Bengaluru's K.C. General Hospital | Photo: ANI

Tejasvi Surya proposes, BBMP disposes, says can’t implement his Covid bed allotment ‘fixes’

BJP MP Tejasvi Surya claimed he would get BBMP to reform bed allotment ‘within 100 hours’, but by next day, most processes returned to the way they were, with minor tweaks.
A group of youngsters from Bengaluru who came to Gauribidanur, 80 km away, for the Covid vaccine | Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Bengaluru residents go 80 km for Covid shot as medical hub just doesn’t have enough vaccines

As of Wednesday, Bengaluru has 11 vaccination centres for 18-44-year-olds, with an average of only 150 shots per day at each of them.

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File image of Reliance Industries chief Mukesh Ambani | Photo: Bloomberg

Mukesh Ambani says there is ‘no option’ but to make businesses green

The pivot towards a greener, cleaner version of itself won’t be an easy one for Reliance industries, which got about 60% of revenue from its hydrocarbon-fueled energy operations in FY20-21.


Air Chief Marshal R.K.S. Bhadauria, head of the Indian Air Force | Photo: ANI

Induction of Rafale aircraft into Indian Air Force to take place by 2022, says IAF Chief

IAF Chief RKS Bhadauria also said that some deliveries from France have been ahead of time, while minor delays happened with 'one or two' aircraft due to Covid-related issues.

China’s Wuhan story unravels as world’s finest, including from India, nail Covid lab-leak proof

The global hunt for where the virus behind pandemic came from shows science, democracy and a sense of inquiry can overcome politics, ideology and omerta codes.