Today people in Bengaluru can nominate themselves to volunteer as a ward committee member. But it didn’t happen overnight – the struggle for ward committees lasted for almost 25 years! Read the story of how ward committee came about.
Residents of many old apartments in Bengaluru were shocked to see a notice that asked them to install sewage treatment plants. Bengaluru Apartments Federation calls it completely illogical. Here’s why.
Why did the garment workers protest in April 2016, against new provident fund rules? How was the protest handled by the state, and what did the protesters who were arrested undergo? PUCL published a fact-finding report.
Bengaluru may not rank among the cleanest cities of India, but it has the most comprehensive grassroot-level plan for waste collection, which is awaiting implementation. The data for this is public now.