Kaveri Online Services aims to cut redtapism. Work on TenderSURE roads could start by January. And you may be able to commute via bike taxis soon. Here’s the news round up from Bengaluru for last week.
BDA and BBMP take steps to control Bellandur lake’s froth The planned sluice gate began its final run on August 8 in Bellandur lake to block froth from entering the city’s waterways, and irrigation tanks
Managing the city of Bengaluru is a tricky affair where a lot of money can be lost if there is no integrity and coordination among officials, politicians and contractors. Here’s a list of scams that happened in last few years in BMP and BBMP.
The death of DK Ravi is a wakeup call for all. Krishnaraja M Manjunath, an ex-KAS officer says that officials who serve the society with honesty and integrity deserve protection against negative elements in society and negative pressure.
DK Ravi, an IAS officer who took on the sand mafia in Kolar was found dead on March 16th. Ex-IAS officer TR Raghunandan remembers him and says that to deal with corruption, one must do as the corrupt do – team up!
Imagine a day when you can check the authenticity and legality of the property you are buying, book your appointment online with Sub-registrar’s office and finish the registration with no help from middlemen! This is the dream a team of citizens hopes to bring in.
Interim CID report reveals the irregularities that take place in KPSC, ranging from bribe to flouting the rules. It reflects the state of affairs in which the administrators who govern the state are selected.
How well do Bangaloreans know Karnataka’s new head of state? What kind of person is he? Fielding questions on Suvarna News, Siddaramaiah let out a calm demeanor to round off the tough-man image he has cultivated over the years.
While the BJP was wiped out in the rest of Karnataka, the party lost just five seats in Bangalore. It got 40 seats, out of which 12 were from the city’s 28 constituencies. Is Bangaloreans’ anti-corruption anguish real?