Competitions: NGO’s new way to teach rights

The NGO is going to conduct competitions to educate the youth. Citizens Voluntary Initiative For the City (CIVIC) Bangalore will organize competitions like debates, mimes, journal writing and more to bring awareness about human rights among the youth.  The topic of the theme is ‘Yuva Hakku: Bengaluru Youth for Diversity, Inclusion, and Human Rights’ where […]

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Mysore – Chennai Vande Bharat Express; Not preferred by travellers

Repeated accidents of the Vande Bharat Express, creates fear among travellers of the Mysore – Chennai route that is to be launched on November 11. Regular travellers from Bengaluru to Chennai find the new Mysore- Chennai Vande Bharat Express unnecessary and fear travelling in it. Officials have also been kept in the dark regarding ticket […]

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One direction rule for gates after white-topping

After white-topping on Chinmaya Mission Hospital (CMH) road, residents had no choice but to open the gates of their houses inwards only. Residents of Indiranagar are unable to open their gates outwards after white-topping on Chinmaya Mission Hospital (CMH) road since the sidewalk is at a higher level. White-topping on CMH road has been ongoing for […]

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Bengaluru Colleges: where fire alarms rarely ring

There are over 500 colleges in the city, but the Fire Department is conducting only 70 to 75 fire drills every year. Many colleges and universities fail to conduct fire drills despite the National Building Code stating that every non-residential building has to conduct fire drills at least once a year. Colleges are required to […]

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Drunk driving cases surge 5 times post-pandemic

Bengaluru Traffic Police said that the resumption of use of breathalysers resulted in a sudden increase in the number of cases. Bengaluru City witnessed a five-time increase in the number of drink and drive cases after the resumption of use of breathalysers at the end of  2021. The use of breathalysers was discontinued for almost […]

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Government mismanagement leads to aquatic life degradation in lakes

Eight fish kills have happened in the last seven months in Bengaluru; departments concerned are yet to take proper measures. In the last seven months, there have been eight fish kill incidents across the lakes of Bengaluru. which is raising concerns about preservation of aquatic life. However, the departments concerned are saying, it is a […]

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