Just like Kunti who had Karna on one side and five sons on the other, Mother Kaveri, in the wildlife sanctuary that I visit, flows with Tamil Nadu on one bank, and Karnataka on the other. How does the mother feel, when she sees her children at war with each other? Is it water that flows, or a torrent of tears, for the inability of siblings to get along with each other?
Having missed the Right to Information (RTI) clinic in September, I was determined to participate in this edition. Despite the minimal participation, Bangalore’s famous and seasoned RTI activists (and retired government employees) like Veeresh Bellur »
Bangalore is growing at an unprecedented rate,and its sprawling expansions outpaces the public utility’s ability to accommodate the skyrocketing demand for water and sanitation services. It is increasingly common for new residential communities to assume »
On the 30th of September, 2016, a few friends and I visited Hennagara lake, and this was the condition of the water on the lake…it actually looked like an abstract painting, with light refracted from »