User: esg Topic: Decision-Making
Category: CDP-Bangalore
Last updated: Mar 27 2019 16:34 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Why Bengaluru’s big-budget elevated corridor project may not solve the city’s traffic woes 27.3.2019 Scroll.in
Substantive lacunae can be observed even in a quick reading of the proposal for the Rs 19,000-crore project.
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Why Bengaluru’s proposed mega elevated road corridor has sparked protests 16.3.2019 Scroll.in
Activists say the project won’t ease the city’s chronic traffic congestion or ensure inclusive mobility. It will only damage the environment.
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Bengaluru’s Elevated Corridors: A case study in urban governance 15.3.2019 Citizen Matters
Bengaluru architect reflects on the quality of urban governance and planning, as the state proposes to spend thousands of crores on the elevated corridor without a detailed evaluation
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Year End Review 2018: Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers 8.1.2019 Govt of india: PIB
DEPARTMENT OF FERTILIZERS (DoF) Neem Coating of Urea   Neem Coating achieved w.e.f.: - 1st September, 2015 in respect of entire quantity of indigenously produced urea and w.e.f.
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Here’s why BDA will display Bengaluru Mater Plan again for comments 31.12.2018 Citizen Matters
The public said there was no mention of elevated corridors in the master plan. The Bengaluru Development Authority figured out a way to set it right, and how! Seeking public comments isn't the real aim of displaying master plan.
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Why a shrinking Bannerghatta forest should worry Bengalureans 27.12.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Without urgent action against commercialisation of the fringe, Bannerghatta National Park could lose wildlife and biodiversity very soon.
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BMTC alone cannot solve traffic problems in Bengaluru, here’s why 21.12.2018 Citizen Matters
Two thirds of Bengaluru's population needs reliable transport, and public transport is not enough right now. The city sees thousands of new vehicles added every month. The city needs good public transport, and quickly.
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Year End Review 2018 – Ministry of Shipping 13.12.2018 Govt of india: PIB
The year 2018 has been a significant one for the Ministry of Shipping. Bolstered by progressive policy interventions like amendment of Model Concession Agreement, revision of tariff guidelines and the various steps taken towards facilitating Ease of Doing Business, the major ports kept up their impressive performance of the past four years in terms of capacity addition and improvement of efficiency parameters.
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‘Spend on education, health and environment, not on elevated corridors’ 19.11.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Public health experts, educationists, environmentalists and many citizens from Bengaluru concerned about government's decision on elevated corridors got together to discuss the issue, under Bengaluru Bus Prayanikara Vedike platform.
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India-Japan Development Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, including Africa 29.10.2018 Govt of india: PIB
India and Japan committed to working together to promote peace, stability and prosperity, through economic growth and development in the Indo-Pacific, including Africa, by enhancing connectivity through quality infrastructure and capacity building of our partners.
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CAF flashback: What saved your neighbourhood from becoming a messy, commercial hub 23.10.2018 Citizen Matters
As the Citizen's Action Forum turns 10. we look back at their decade of activism that has changed Bengaluru in so many ways. In the first of the series, the tale of the PIL against BDA's Master Plan 2015, which saw the curb on commercial activities on roads less than 40 feet wide.
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10 years of committed citizenry: Tracing the journey of the Citizens’ Action Forum 12.10.2018 Citizen Matters
The Citizens' Action Forum completed a decade this year. It has an impressive record of committed activism, working on issues that affect a large section of the people in the city. Take a look at all that the Forum has been doing for Bengaluru and where they stand now.
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Tips to make BMTC’s Android app more useful and helpful 14.9.2018 Citizen Matters
BMTC has an Intelligent Transport System, and an ITS mobile application too. How to make this system more efficient to help public transport and people? some inputs.
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Retrospective applicability of Green Tribunal’s lake buffer rule: Citizens in the soup? 14.9.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Plan sanctions for many projects near lakes and drains were given by the BBMP when there wasn't enough attention on buffer zones. With the Green court’s push for buffer zone and lack of clarity over time frame from which it is applicable, 1000s of property buyers and owners in Bengaluru are in a quandary.
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Open letter to Chief Minister of Karnataka: Elevated Beda, Suburban Train, BRT, LastMile Beku 21.8.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Elevated roads do not solve the traffic problem - they shift it to another place. The government must decide to move people, not move vehicles, says Sandeep Anirudhan in his letter.
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Panel explores solutions for Bengaluru’s loss of greenery 27.7.2018 Citizen Matters
Many issues came into light in the event, such as the need to coordinate activities between the Forest Department and the BBMP, need for prudence in planning and the role of citizen activism, in greening Bengaluru. »
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Bengaluru Buzz: Water and waste ranking ring alarm bells 30.6.2018 Citizen Matters
Water, waste, infrastructure - all the news from last week you must know about Bengaluru, in one place! »
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How can policy and regulation help fix Bengaluru’s environment? 27.6.2018 Citizen Matters
There are many laws that relate to greenery in Bengaluru, but they all need to talk the same language in order to actually protect greenery. Ambiguity in laws needs to be eliminated. »
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BDA comes under fire again over Draft RMP-2031 25.6.2018 Hindu: News
It refuses to reopen controversial draft plan for public consultation
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MP urges CM: ‘Revise rules, constitute BMPC’ 14.6.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
Decrying attempts made by the previous Congress government to bypass the Bengaluru Metropolitan Planning Committee (BMPC) while pushing for expensive
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