It was any other quite Sunday morning in Malleshwaram. However, for us it was a big day that had dawned. Malleshwaram Parisara, our annual ecofair by Malleshwaram Swabhimanaa Initiative (MSI) was to take place at
The road between C V Raman House and MES College is near-empty and traffic-free. This makes it an ideal location for a food street. Pic: Ramesh Sreekantan Which Malleshwaram resident is not familiar with the
Broken commodes decorated along the compound wall that separates Railway land from BBMP land and footpath… coconut fronds thrown casually everywhere… the parked vehicles meant for carrying the dead, a garbage pickup point which never
The Kolaveri phenomenon still rages. Literally translated, the word means ‘murderous rage’, as is widely known by now. The video spawned off Kolaveri derivatives in several languages, some comical, some serious. On December 5th, BBMP
Some shops in Bangalore markets seem to specialise in a particular type of vegetable or fruit. Some chose Mangoes in the summers, others Sugarcane during festivals. This particular shop seemed to have chosen Coconuts.
A vegetable seller spreads out his juicy red tomatoes for sale at Malleshwaram. The Market is a wonderful microcosm of salesman, customers and suppliers from all over India. A melting pot. Pic by Ravi Kaushik.
Last month, it was summer holidays time and the youngsters at Regalia Apartment in Malleswaram were missing waste management awareness campaigns that they loved doing. A call from Meenakshi Byre Gowda got them excited as
Meet Ganesh, a rapicker. I met him when we went around Malleswaram with our Corporator. We were trying to create solutions for the road-side garbage dumping. Ganesh was retrieving recyclables from a dump near the