Littering black spots take JP Nagar’s rank down

Fine rates fall by Rs. 28,250 between March and April, 2021 JP Nagar’s ranking for waste management fell by four places between March 2021 and April 2021 according to the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike’s (BBMP) Solid Waste Management Report. In JP Nagar 2nd Phase and 6th Phase, garbage dumps on the street violate littering norms. […]

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Multiple charging stations confuses EV owners

Multiple Electric Vehicle (EV) charging standards are causing confusion, as owners have to constantly find acceptable chargers for their EV. EV owners are confused about not having universal charging standards. Charging infrastructure companies are developing their own set of chargers and apps to navigate charging stations and make payments. Preshit Deorukhkar, Ather-scooter owner says, “The […]

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Mother’s imprisonment leads to child’s trauma say psychiatrists

The National Commission for Protection of Child report (NCPCR) says 60 percent of imprisoned mothers rarely met their children and 13 percent never met them at all. Children staying apart from their imprisoned parent may develop social aggression. Separation of mothers may lead to a change in the social pattern and juvenile delinquency say experts. […]

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You shall not pass this Kumbalgodu intersection easily

The absence of a traffic signal in Kumbalgodu, at the National Highway 275 connecting Bengaluru to Mysuru, causes delays for both pedestrians and motorists. Bengaluru: The movement of vehicles at the intersection between Kumbalgodu-Gollahalli Road and the National Highway (NH) 275 causes congestion, making it difficult for people to cross. Suman Khanal, a vegetable vendor […]

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The sun shines early in the state

New Renewable Energy Policy (2021-26) draft has envisioned production of 20 GW PV solar rooftops projects, as the state achieves its target before time. Karnataka, the leader in renewable energy production in India, has achieved the amended target of Karnataka Solar Energy Policy (2014-21) before time. The state now has a 7335.17 MW allotted capacity, […]

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Students unclear about the NEP

The government, however, continues to hold workshops and seminars to bring clarity. No clear communication has left students confused about choosing the right subjects. Students in Karnataka are still not sure of how to choose electives and courses under New Education Policy (NEP). Most private and government colleges have already started their admission process. Shivam […]

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