Gender Stereotyping in Places of Worship

Although some temples try breaking the discrimination against women. Indian women have been on the receiving end of gender stereotyping and discrimination since ages. Last year, the media talked a lot about the Sabarimala temple and how the women were banned from entering the temple. This has led to wide-scale protests and violence near the […]

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Alarming Heat Wave Effect in the City

Increasing infrastructural and construction projects around Bengaluru cause a rise in temperature. The city of Bengaluru is experiencing disturbances in the weather pattern due to the rise of construction, resulting in an unpredictable heat wave. In recent years, the city has witnessed a massive growth in its infrastructure. Development always has a negative as well […]

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BJP Protest Against Karnataka Chief Minister

Chief Ministers’ comment against farmers fuel protest at SBM Circle. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members took to the streets on Wednesday in protest of the Chief Minister’s comments on farmers. Over 2000 BJP members in Bangalore participated in the protest on Wednesday. The protest was held at Mysore Bank circle on K.G Road. Chief Minister […]

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Rainwater Harvesting Systems Lacking in the City.

Mandatory rainwater harvesting is still not installed everywhere it should to save water in Bangalore. The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) surveyed over 50,000 buildings for lacking to install rainwater harvesting system (RWH), -the installation of which was made mandatory in 2009. It was stated that ‘it is a mandatory requirement for adoption […]

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Insufficient Teaching Staff Hinders Studies

Lingsugur taluk  lacks computer education for children The schools and colleges in the Lingsugur taluk lack  teachers, which in turn affects the students. The government Pre-university College had around 1000 students and for those 1000 students they had only eight teachers. Another high school, Akka Mahadevi Higher Primary School, had only 15 teachers for 503 […]

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Pregnant women at risk, Lingusugur taluk lacks doctors

Deliveries are being performed in the Lingusugur taluk without a gynecologist Bangalore, Nov. 17, 2018: The government hospital in the Lingsugur taluk has no gynecologist and unqualified doctors are being trained to perform maternity and gynecology related procedures. The absence of the specialist has made things difficult for the people around. Mamta Devi, a 5 […]

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