When the Mayor said she not seen me in any of the ward meetings, it came as jolt – it was an apt reminder that no matter what I elsewhere, my responsibility as a citizen must be towards my area/ward first and then the city.
Bengaluru division of Social Venture Partnerships is organising a focused one-day event to leverage the learnings of some civic innovators, RWA’s, associations, federations, large campuses and other stakeholders in the field of waste management. Experts
For years together, people talked about the ‘demographic dividend’. Thanks to high fertility ratios in the past, a large number of young people would be entering the workforce, and we as yet don’t have a
There is a huge difference between perception and reality. There is a certain image built about politicians and IAS officers that gets amplified by social media posts – usually a reaction to some headline, a
Sometimes the shadow is just as interesting as the substance. I was privileged to peep in on a shadow puppet workshop that Michael and Wendy Dacre conducted at Kathalaya, BTM Layout, Bangalore, on 23rd November
I was about to write something about this event for my blog, and realized my official report for the Karnataka Forest Dept would do just as well! The founder-members of Bangalore Butterfly Club (BBC), from
It says a lot for the wondrous variety of vehicles on our roads, that a silver chariot of the sun, drawn by seven horses (and, presumably a little more horsepower), with regulation headlights, does not