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Campaigns

Controversial Karnataka Urban Development Authorities Bill, 2016

On October 4, 2016, Karnataka Governor Shri Vajubhai Vala sent back the controversial Karnataka Urban Development Authorities (Amendment) Bill, 2016, which seeks to reduce open spaces, to the government. This move from the Governor is a result of Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar, MP and Namma Bengaluru Foundation’s relentless effort to ensure…...

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Empowering Bangalore Metropolitan Planning Committee

Given the haphazard growth our city has witnessed in the last few years, what Bengaluru today needs is a proper statutory long-term plan. Matters relating to the planning of the city must to be placed before the Bangalore Metropolitan Planning Committee (BMPC) where members have to discuss the various projects…...

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Steel Flyover Beda

Majority of #Bengalureans today are saddened – not because the government is planning to implement yet another infrastructural project, but because the government has given a go ahead to a project that is neither citizen-driven nor plan-driven. The proposed steel flyover to be constructed from Basaveshwara Circle to Hebbal Flyover.…...

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Demolished By Corruption

Known as India’s IT hub, Bengaluru boasts of leading the country into an era of technological and digital revolution. However, today the city stands exposed for having fallen prey to uncontrolled urbanization, haphazard growth and above all lack of accountability among those governing this city. The BBMP demolitions of unauthorized…...

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Namma Hakku – Citizens’ Rights Series

In the first of its kind initiative Namma Bengaluru Foundation in association with MP Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar on June 16, 2016 organized a unique interactive citizen’s workshop, with an objective to awaken, inform and educate the citizens of Bangalore on the recently passed Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA). The focus…...

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The Drought Dilemma

When in ‘drought’ – save every drop, every day and every way The word ‘disaster’ invokes imagery of shattering earthquakes, heavy deluges, devastating cyclones etc. However, droughts that are deceptive by nature are equally disturbing calamities. Drought is both an environmental and developmental issue, and nowhere is this graver than…...

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Save Bellandur Lake Action Plan

Over the past few years, chants of ‘Save Bellandur Lake’ have echoed from time to time. But, unfortunately all those voices faded without much difference to the present state of the Lake which is polluted, toxic and dying. For those who took up the Bellandur cause and for those who…...

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Bengaluru Metropolitan Mobility Plan

Bengaluru is one of the fastest growing Metropolis in Asia. With a decadal growth exceeding 45% from 2001 to 2011, Bengaluru has far surpassed all reasonable projections. Bengaluru is not only an economic powerhouse in the region, but globally recognized as the Silicon Valley of the East. However, critical infrastructural…...

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