I read this post… http://bengaluru.citizenmatters.in/articles/view/812-safer-footpaths During a walk from my home to IIM-Bangalore on Bannerghatta Road, a distance of about 2.5 kms, I met with the following obstacles: 1.Open drains 2.Missing granite slabs that would
Most of us agree that our tree cover is depleting alarmingly, and we cluck about it….but St Mark’s School has done something…er…concrete, to choose an inappropriate word! They have planted 9 badam trees in front
There is something about the notion of composting that really excites me. Just think of it – with just a simple change of container (a composter/compost pit instead of dustbin), there’s a whole new world
One of the things I feel very proud about as I travel by the buses of the BMTC (Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation) is the fact that many women conductors are now employed by the organization.
I received the monthly update from Max Mueller Bhavan (Goethe Institut) and it was heartwarming to see this announcement: Inauguration of the new Solar Roof4.30 p.m. on November 20th We are proud to announce a
Jayanagar, near the Ashoka Pillar, has an avenue (an avenue, by definition, is a tree-lined street), filled with, among other trees, Sausage Trees . This is the time when the tree bears both flowers and
With regard to the tree-felling and road-widening that is happening now…..we are against *indiscriminate* use of this facility, that’s all. The point is, that cutting down trees is irreversible, so what we are saying is,
In J P Nagar today, BSNL was conducting a Telephone Mela, with both new connections, mobile phones and internet connections being offered at a considerable discount. Here’s the sign: Another view of the shamiana: The