Here are my responses to the most frequently asked six questions from people who watched our videos on elevated corridors. Please feel free to add your points so we can strengthen the argument and keep
“Why don’t you leave the government alone? Let them do what they want. Why interfere?” Engaging with public sentiment on the proposed elevated corridors in Bangalore recently, some people asked such questions. Let *them* do
The Beku Beda Santhe held in Freedom Park on October 15th, organised by the Citizens for Bengaluru (CfB) and numerous RWAs and groups representing civic, social, children’s and underprivileged interests. More than 1500 citizens participated and
We saw a jostling, zealous crowd #ForTheSakeofBengaluru on Oct 15th, Sunday at Freedom Park. A numerous and highly diverse people cast their demands on the Beku Beda wall, and ballot boxes and brought demands as
BBMP has announced a Vanamahotsav walkathon tomorrow, Sunday May 21st, to encourage the public to plant 10 lakh saplings in the city in order to increase green cover. It is seeking active public participation to
BDA, under the determined pressure of the citizens’ movement against its steel flyover project, filed an affidavit before the Karnataka High Court on November 3, 2016, that it won’t commence the project for the moment.