Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own interactive newsmagazine is happy to announce the first of a series of Citizen Journalism classes, on Saturday, 9th of May. Classes are open for all Bangaloreans. Please note the details in
Though sitting far away, I feel very involved in trying to work out solutions that will not further deplete our green cover, yet sort out our transportation woes. So here’s a great opportunity that Hasiru
Citizen Matters Magazine – Vol 1 Issue 7 Dear Readers, Covering the elections anywhere in the world gives journalists a good, close look at the candidates and their campaigns. Here are some slices of our
The Pottery Town government school (on Pottery Road where I had volunteered for nearly four months) closed for summer holidays in end March but I often find some children playing in the ground or loitering
A photograph by Sriharsha Ganjam, a Bangalore-based photographer, got selected as the picture of the week in a very prestigious nature photography magazine. You can check it out on the link below, and hitting on
My colleague and I were all pumped up when we thought of doing an ‘election special’ coverage. And yes interviewing/ grilling the politicians was amongst the most exciting part of it. We wrapped up most
Yesterday, hundreds of concerned citizens turned up at the spot where BMRCL proposes to have a Metro station inside Lalbagh itself…and had broken down a part of the Lalbagh wall, and felled several eucalyptus trees.