Like lakhs of others, he too was technically a migrant to Bangalore, though not from outside the state. He has enriched the language with his dictionaries and literary works. Here are the excerpts from an interview with Professor G Venkatasubbiah, who turned 100 today.
At a time when unregulated real estate development all over Bangalore has put massive stress on roads, water and other resources, a working group on IT has proposed a skyscraper core with a funding model.
Life may have gotten easier for non-Kannadigas in Bangalore, with new-age jobs and comforts. But will young people find a future Bengaluru an alienating place if they don’t know Kannada? A Citizen Matters special for November 1st, Rajyotsava Day.