I Change Indira Nagar
I Change Indira Nagar (ICIN) is a Federation of Residents Welfare Associations (RWAs) in Indiranagar namely; Indiranagar 1st Stage League, Indiranagar 2nd Stage League, DECORA, BM Kaval Indiranagar 1st Stage RWA, Social Amenities Association HAL 2nd Stage, HAL 2nd Stage Residents Welfare Association, The HAL 3rd Stage Taxpayer’s & Residents Association, The HAL 2nd Stage Civic Amenities & Cultural Association Indiranagar, to address common civic issues faced by the residents of Indira Nagar. Civic issues could range from Garbage to Traffic, from Pollution to Parking & from Commercialisation of residential areas to Safety & illegal cutting down of trees. The ultimate aim of ICIN is to make Indira Nagar, a neighbourhood where all of us can live peacefully, with access to good civic infrastructure and services.
Feb 22 2017
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Pic: Praful Residents of Bengaluru might have noticed in the media, that recently the BBMP has commenced issuing notices to many commercial/non-residential establishments in residential areas to shut shop. Whilst this may come across to many...
Jan 11 2017
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Defence Colony Cooperative Housing Society Ltd (DCCHSL) & Defence Colony Residents Association (DECORA) JOINT BRIEFING 1. The Defence Colony Cooperative Housing Society Ltd (DCCHSL) was formed by serving and retired Defence Officers. In...
Dec 22 2016
An evening scene from Indiranagar. Bengaluru city has been mushrooming over the years with little regard for any form of Town Planning and Governance. The fallout of this rapid growth is witnessed most acutely in residential areas of the city...
Jul 13 2016
In November 2015, Indirangar residents had taken to streets against the plans to convert a playground into a cricket pitch . Now there's a plan for the same ground to be converted into an indoor stadium. Indiranagar residents have come together...
Jun 06 2016
Trees as we all know are of great importance for the whole human fraternity as well as managing the natural balance in the environment. However, we human beings are regularly cutting down the trees for fulfilling our personal needs without seeing...
May 13 2016
Monday, May 9th brought us a surprise - the Commissioner for SWM Bangalore, Subodh Yadav was coming to Ward 80 for an interaction with RWA’s, residents and civic officials. I say surprise, because we were told at 7.30 am on Monday that we...
Apr 26 2016
Spurred by the recent tree cutting incident in the vicinity of the neighbourhood, a tree walk was organised on the morning of April 23rd by the BM Residents Welfare Association in Indira Nagar 1st Stage, to introduce the residents to the trees around...
Apr 20 2016
If you love nature, like walking among trees and flowers, and want to know more about our green heritage, this is the walk for you. If you know absolutely nothing about trees or nature, you will find this walk fun and eye-opening. It is hot and...
Apr 06 2016
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On 31st March 2016, a 40-year-old African Tuilip tree in Indiranagar 1st stage, home to hundreds of parakteets and scores of nests nurturing young ones, was brutally felled by the BBMP. The reason: it was dried up and a possible threat to passers...
Feb 17 2016
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Residents Welfare Associations across Indira Nagar have been working towards getting rid of the commercial enterprises in the residential streets of their neighbourhood. Members of the RWAs in Indira Nagar 1st Stage and 2nd Stage had filed RTIs last...