Government’s Policy Causes Loss of Livelihood

The Bangalore Development Minister, G.Paremeshwara has ordered the clearance of all street vendors from the footpaths. The order came out on Jan. 8 last year, but in many places, some footpaths can still be found encroached by street vendors and footstalls. The government has ordered the civic bodies in the city to ensure that the […]

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“Heal a Heart”, Free Angioplasty Project.

Preference to be given to poor people, younger patients, and sole breadwinners of a family. By Praveena Parthiban Bangalore, Feb. 5, 2019. Angioplasty, a medical procedure that unblocks coronary arteries and restores blood flow to the heart, is being done for free for economically underprivileged patients under the campaign ‘Heal a Heart’. This program started […]

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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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Visa isn’t a ‘Trump’ Card Anymore

Indians are facing issues in pursuing jobs in the United States because of the tightening of the H-1B visa rules. By Hansy Sanctis Bangalore, Jan 31, 2019: The infamous American H-1B visas selection has been turning hostile towards Indian employees who have been trying to move abroad for their work. The United States government has […]

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