User: esg Topic: Decision-Making
Category: CDP-Bangalore
Last updated: May 04 2018 01:49 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Limbavali: Everytime a building collapsed, I wrote to BBMP 3.5.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Volunteers from Million Voter Rising, the citizen group from Mahadevapura, interviewed candidates contesting in the Karnataka Assembly elections from Mahadevapura constituency. This is the transcript of the interview with the incumbent MLA from Bharatiya Janata Party, »
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Limbavali: Everytime a building has collapsed, I wrote to BBMP 3.5.2018 Citizen Matters
Volunteers from Million Voter Rising, the citizen group from Mahadevapura, interviewed candidates contesting in the Karnataka Assembly elections from Mahadevapura constituency. This is the transcript of the interview with the incumbent MLA from Bharatiya Janata Party, »
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Chennai expansion to Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur: Why citizens should be concerned 28.4.2018 Citizen Matters, Chennai
The CMDA proposes to increase metropolitan area from 1,189 sq.km to a whopping 8,878 sq.km, making Chennai the largest urban region in the country after Delhi-NCR. Citizens, however, find little cheer in that and here's why. »
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What has Shantinagar MLA Haris been up to in last five years? 20.4.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Indian National Congress hasn't given a go-ahead for him this time from Shantinagar, due to the controversies surrounding him. What did he do in last five years as MLA? ...
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‘Strengthen Lokayukta, make room for citizens to participate in governance’, says CIVIC manifesto 16.4.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Functional ward committees and metropolitan planning committee, people's participation in budget and more were the key demands placed by the NGO, CIVIC. ...
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Siddaiah yet to take primary membership of Cong. 16.4.2018 Hindu: National
Retired IAS officer Siddaiah, who has been chosen as the Congress candidate from Sakleshpur in the coming Assembly elections, is yet to take primary
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Waste-water to the rescue 13.4.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Koramangala and Challaghatta valley waste-water treatment plants are expected to benefit industrial units as well as agriculture holdings in areas close to Bengaluru. By S. Vishwanath
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INTACH starts petition against proposed Janata Bazaar demolition 9.4.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
INTACH starts petition against proposed Janata Bazaar demolition
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A ‘Whitefield’ being created around the airport? 29.3.2018 Hindu: Home
Urban planners fear lack of planning and over-development of the area, as BIAAPA starts work on Revised Master Plan
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Panel to scrutinise objections to proposed RMP–2031 26.3.2018 Hindu: Home

The State government has formed a committee, led by Chairman of the BBMP Restructuring Committee and former Chief Secretary B.S. Patil to scrutinise objections to the proposed Revised Master Plan

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One more month to file objections to RMP-2031 23.3.2018 Hindu: Bangalore
Activists say it will be a futile exercise as BDA is yet to respond to queries on the draft
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Jakkur Flying School runway extension unsafe, say residents 22.3.2018 deccanherald.com
The controversy over the BBMPs imminent acquisition of three acres of the Government Flying Training School land at Jakkur for a new road to GKVK Layout just got deeper. Surrounding communities are opposed to a move to extend the runway by 175 metres to give a new lease of life to the flying school. Articulating the communities stand, a spokesperson for the residents associations of GKVK Layout and Shobha Suburbia, says, "The runway extension is being proposed to somehow keep the airport alive with scant regard for the safety of the communities surrounding the flying school and with utter disregard for the directives of the honorable courts." Once extended, the runway will touch the compound of the neighbouring property located to the west of the flying school. "The surrounding communities had never dreamt that aircraft would one day take off a few feet away from their homes. The extended runway will adversely affect the flight safety and safety to life and property below," says a local resident, a ...
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What happens to public objections on Bengaluru master plan? 20.3.2018 Citizen Matters
BDA is supposed to form committees and work on scrutinising the objections. How long will it take? Will the status of objections ever be made public? »
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IndiGo, SpiceJet to partially shift operations to IGI's T2 from March 25: DIAL 17.3.2018 Sify Finance
Budget airlines IndiGo and SpiceJet will partially shift their operations from Terminal 1 of the IGIA to Terminal 2 from March 25, the Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) said on Friday.
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IndiGo, SpiceJet to partially shift operations to IGI's T2 from March 25: DIAL 16.3.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Budget airlines IndiGo and SpiceJet will partially shift their operations from Terminal 1 of the IGIA to Terminal 2 from March 25, the Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) said on Friday.
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‘Vested interests trying to damage Bengaluru’s image’ 15.3.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
Minister for Bengaluru Development K.J. George says Janaagraha report is biased
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Bengaluru’s draft master plan: A myopic approach to urban design 14.3.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
The challenge is to come up with a plan that reflects the local social, cultural, and economic needs and values; is sensitive to the ecological resources; flexible to allow for opportunities that make it socially inclusive; and is futuristic. ...
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Revival of project to build road on lake bund rankles activists 12.3.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
‘The proposed road is the buffer zone of Doddabommasandra lake’
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Vehicular overload: No escape 24.2.2018 deccanherald.com
Vehicular overload: No escape The citys reckless obsession with private, personal vehicles shows absolutely no sign of abating despite its hopelessly gridlocked roads. That is clearly the sad message from this piece of transport statistics: Sixteen lakh vehicles joined the traffic in Karnataka in 2017 alone, the vast majority in just one city: Bengaluru. Trapped for hours in peak-hour traffic at junction after junction, every motorist could ponder over this disturbing data: Its road infrastructure severely stretched, the city now has to contend with a mindboggling 72.58 lakh vehicles registered at its 12 Regional Transport Offices (RTOs). This number, updated till 2017 end, should have risen again this year. But this discounts the huge number of vehicles from outside the State and Karnataka vehicles registered outside Bengaluru. Effectively, the city with an estimated population of 1.02 crore has a vehicle to people ratio of 1:1.4. So, how does a road-infrastructure that cannot handle traffic beyond 10 ...
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Vehicular overload: No escape 24.2.2018 deccanherald.com
Vehicular overload: No escape The citys reckless obsession with private, personal vehicles shows absolutely no sign of abating despite its hopelessly gridlocked roads. That is clearly the sad message from this piece of transport statistics: Sixteen lakh vehicles joined the traffic in Karnataka in 2017 alone, the vast majority in just one city: Bengaluru. Trapped for hours in peak-hour traffic at junction after junction, every motorist could ponder over this disturbing data: Its road infrastructure severely stretched, the city now has to contend with a mindboggling 72.58 lakh vehicles registered at its 12 Regional Transport Offices (RTOs). This number, updated till 2017 end, should have risen again this year. But this discounts the huge number of vehicles from outside the State and Karnataka vehicles registered outside Bengaluru. Effectively, the city with an estimated population of 1.02 crore has a vehicle to people ratio of 1:1.4. So, how does a road-infrastructure that cannot handle traffic beyond 10 ...
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