Bengaluru’s top architects open their studios to the public
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Open Day by Bangalore Architects, River Hope’s fourth annual event, makes the city’s best known architecture firms and projects open to the public.

Krupa Rajangam, Dec 07 2016
TenderSURE design may lead to tree-less future, says environmentalist

Do wider footpaths mean more space for trees? What might happen if trees don't have enough space for their roots? An analysis.

News Desk, Dec 06 2016
Your chance to chronicle Bengaluru’s forgotten local heroes
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15-year-old Raghav Madhukar's City Idols initiative seeks to reveal more about the people after whom Bengaluru's roads and parks are named. You too can be a part of it.

Raghav C Madhukar, Dec 05 2016
There's a lot more we need to shun other than plastic bags!
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While the ubiquitous ‘carry-bag’ is at the receiving end of most citizen-centric moves against plastic usage, Raghu Varma draws attention to the many other buying choices we need to reconsider.

1 Raghu Varma, Nov 29 2016
A road where construction never ends, nor do traffic snarls
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For years, residents and commuters along the Outer Ring Road have suffered due to ill-conceived and seemingly endless construction projects. Can't authorities address mobility issues in a more citizen-friendly manner?

Hoodi railway station helps 3000 people everyday
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More such stations in the city will help more people reach their destinations faster without hassle, says Khader Syed.

Khader B Syed, Nov 25 2016
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Did you know parts of Karnataka received good rainfall only for three years since 2001? What is the status of the farmers in Karnataka? What can Bengaluru do to help them?

Radio Active 90.4MHz, Nov 28 2016
Public Messages

Bengaluru’s top architects open their studios to the public
Open Day by Bangalore Architects, River Hope’s fourth annual event, makes the city’s best known architecture firms and projects open to the public.
Krupa Rajangam, Dec 07 2016
Namma Bengaluru Awards 2016: Nominations close on November 30
Grab your last chance to recognize and honour an extraordinary Bengalurean.
Sunita Iyer, Nov 29 2016
Children walk and cycle to school on happy and safe routes in HSR Layout
A new beginning was made in HSR Layout, with children and parents along with teachers in a school campaigning for walking and cycling routes to the school.
Lakshmi Menon, Nov 17 2016
Sections
Governance
When the traffic police are making use of technology in their favour, why can't they extend it to the public, asks Meghana.
Meghana Eswar, Nov 21 2016
Water, Roads and Power
Do wider footpaths mean more space for trees? What might happen if trees don't have enough space for their roots? An analysis.
News Desk, Dec 06 2016
Environment
Small_list_air_pollution_1 The ‘Breathe Bengaluru’ project, currently underway in BTM Layout, will track and disseminate emissions data from traffic, construction, waste burning and other location-specific sources.
Ankit Bhargava, Nov 08 2016
Children & Schooling
Small_list_cycle_school A new beginning was made in HSR Layout, with children and parents along with teachers in a school campaigning for walking and cycling routes to the school.
Lakshmi Menon, Nov 17 2016
People & Interviews
While Xerxes Desai was well known for his work at Titan and Tata companies, there was another side to him - his passion for urban issues in India.
News Desk, Jul 08 2016
Heritage
Small_list_river-hope-arch-open-day Open Day by Bangalore Architects, River Hope’s fourth annual event, makes the city’s best known architecture firms and projects open to the public.
Krupa Rajangam, Dec 07 2016
Art and Leisure
Small_list_wandoh_and_his_kids__chad__bangalore_2016._pic__mahesh_shantaram Photographer Mahesh Shantaram seeks to dispel the myths around African migrants in India and lend them a human face through his portfolio, now on display at a city gallery.
Kate Clark, Sep 21 2016
Business & Economy
Small_list_atm_image For many urban citizens, the inconvenience due to the demonetisation move is a small price to pay for the greater common good, but how is it affecting the daily life of the really common man on the street?
Samit Aich, Nov 17 2016
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There's a lot more we need to shun other than plastic bags!
While the ubiquitous ‘carry-bag’ is at the receiving end of most citizen-centric moves against plastic usage, Raghu Varma draws attention to the many other buying choices we need to reconsider.
Raghu Varma, Nov 29 2016
A road where construction never ends, nor do traffic snarls
For years, residents and commuters along the Outer Ring Road have suffered due to ill-conceived and seemingly endless construction projects. Can't authorities address mobility issues in a more citizen-friendly manner?
Hoodi railway station helps 3000 people everyday, now needs BMTC feeder
More such stations in the city will help more people reach their destinations faster without hassle, says Khader Syed.
Khader B Syed, Nov 25 2016
 
 

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