The heat generated by citizens' action contesting BDA's Koramangala signal free corridor project is as much as the heat to come from the traffic snarls when four junctions here are dug up soon.
The popular BIG-10 G series buses running along Bengaluru's major arteries such as Hosur Road and Airport Road are going to see AC Volvo versions. Here's more.
After saying there is no need for toilets, BMRCL has started building toilets at the MG Road station. They have plans for coffee shops too.
Until the other underpass is constructed the traffic will be slow moving near the Kadubeeshanahalli junction.
If you are tired of haggling over auto fares, a mobile application can help you find exact fares and check travel routes
Last month, Koramangala residents got a stay on signal free corridor work. Now BDA has filed its objections in court.
The United Nations WATER FOR LIFE 2012 Best Practices Award has gone to Bangalorean NGO Environment Support Group, for its unprecedented legal effort to conserve the city's severely threatened lakes.
There were many reasons for traffic congestion around Gandhi Bazaar, but evicting street vendors was seen as the only solution. Now, traffic is still messy here. What really could have been done?
Auto fares have been hiked. The commuters are not happy. But neither are the auto drivers. Hike is not the only bone of contention here.
Though the CM and BDA agreed to stop the work, they started again in January. Residents decided to take it to court.
Competition Commission of India is investigating the company based on a complaint by residents of South City apartment, Puttenahalli.
A housing project on nearly 16 acres of BBMP-owned land for low-income residents in the Rajendranagar area of Ejipura-Koramangala has sparked off tensions amongst residents there, instead of bringing joy.
This ambitious project aims to create environmentally conscious pedestrian and bicycle friendly locality. Will it work?
With every apartment association stressed by the responsibility and escalating cost of water supply to residents and waste water management, the water workshop helped provide a few possible solutions.
With summer looming ahead, learn about RWH and Borewell recharging from this workshop. Understand how to get et your STP working right and gclarity on government regulations. On Saturday, February 25th.
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