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Last updated: Dec 18 2018 16:50 IST RSS 2.0
 
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How is Cauvery water supply treated for contamination? 18.12.2018 Citizen Matters
Drawing 1450 million liters of water per day from 150 kms and distributing it to households —how does that work out? How do Bengalureans get safe water?
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Bengaluru Buzz: Bengaluru has 3781 old buses | Belahalli quarry filling fast | 1800 hoardings yet to be removed 1.12.2018 Citizen Matters
BMTC buses end up paying heavy toll. Bangalore's present garbage dumping site is filling fast. These and other key developments from last week.
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Bengaluru Buzz: State to acquire land for new Ring Road | Water treatment plant at TG Halli | All apartments to have STPs 24.11.2018 Citizen Matters
Bengaluru will get the Peripheral Ring Road while the State acquires properties for it. BBMP will increase the property tax, and collect fine for littering. These and other news items from the last week that matter to you, all in one place.
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What can Bengaluru expect from BBMP’s 14.4-crore plan to send pourakarmikas to Singapore? 6.9.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
More than 500 pourakarmikas have already visited Singapore at a cost of Rs 80000 each, as part of BBMP's plan to send a targeted 1800 waste workers for training and international exposure. But what have they brought back and how much of it is being implemented?
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A simple diagram could help your city manage water better. Here’s how! 4.9.2018 Citizen Matters
Where does the water in your home come from? How much of it is accounted for? What percentage of waste water in your city is reused? Bengaluru think tank CSTEP creates a water flow diagram for the city and shows how it can be used to identify gaps in availability and reuse, and thus solve the water crisis in our cities.
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Foam in Bengaluru’s treated water throws plan to use it in agriculture into jeopardy 1.8.2018 Citizen Matters
Plan of using treated water in agriculture is a new idea. The foam and froth have put a temporary stop to the project. What needs to be done to make the project a viable option where treated water can be used?
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Bengaluru is treating groundwater like ‘overdrawn credit card’ 25.7.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Aquifers in Bengaluru are over-exploited. Experts feel it is just a matter of time for parts of Bengaluru to be forced into a Capetown-like situation. World Resource Institute calls for a paradigm shift, from linear, centralised model to circular decentralised model of water supply. »
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Bengaluru Buzz: BMTC losses, water woes, HDK’s push for Metro Phase II on Hosur Road 21.7.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
As you wind up for the week, take a quick look at some of the headlines that have caught Bengaluru's attention over the last seven days. Don't miss the buzz in your city. »
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BWSSB files case against telco for damaging water pipeline 20.6.2018 Hindu: Fitness
The company had dug up a stretch of ECC Main Road in Whitefield to lay cables
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BWSSB projects March 2021 deadline for sewage network in 110 villages 14.6.2018 Citizen Matters
Better groundwater quality in cities requires an underground sewage network and its timely treatment and usage. Outskirts of BBMP limits in Bengaluru are yet to be covered by a sewage network, though plans are underway. »
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How long before BWSSB’s Cauvery Stage V reaches Bengaluru? 13.6.2018 Citizen Matters
After 10 years of Bengaluru expanding to be 'Bruhath', the plan to provide water for all newly included villages is yet to materialise. How long before Cauvery water reaches all areas? »
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‘Visible improvement in Bellandur Lake in three months’ 11.6.2018 Hindu: Home
Promise made by City Development Minister G. Parameshwara
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Kumaraswamy keeps Finance, Energy; Parameshwara gets Home 9.6.2018 Hindu: National
Coalition government allocates portfolios to all Ministers
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What do the various party manifestos promise us? A bird’s eye view 10.5.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
With two days to go, let us take a quick look at what the various parties have promised for Bengaluru in their election manifestos »
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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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Info for Sarvagna Nagar voters: MLA, candidates, voting & more 3.5.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
If you are one among the lakhs of voters of Sarvagna Nagar, this is what you need to know! Background information Understand the role of the MLA Learn all you can about the candidates: see »
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Poll code a hurdle to redoing roads 22.4.2018 Hindu: Rx
Project by BWSSB to replace sewer lines has left Defence Colony roads in ruins
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I am totally against corruption, says Ashwath Narayan 16.4.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Two-time MLA from Malleshwaram says waste and water managements and supporting education have been his achievements. He thinks religion should be kept away from politics. Read the interview to understand the MLA better. ...
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Water Crisis: Everyone cries politics, but no one wants to be named 15.4.2018 Deccan Herald - News
Winter is long gone, and whatever we can call spring in this city has also passed, and we see the first sign that tells us summer has begun: water tankers. Citizens in many parts of the city suffer from an insufficient supply of water to their areas and are desperate for these tankers. While the BWSSB order mandates that water should be supplied every alternate day, the reality is far from this. One of the areas that do not receive the necessary amount of water in the city is the Saibaba temple road in Doddanekundi. What strikes one about this locality is that the Doddanekundi lake is right next to it, yet the residents of this locality suffer greatly. Here the residents get Cauvery water only once a week. Usually released on Friday or Saturday, the flow of water, which is "like a thread", lasts a couple of hours before stopping. "Its all politics! Theres a man who comes here to turn on the tap. One day I asked him why our area gets so little water. He replied that the other areas dont get more water, ...
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