In earlier articles in the Ground Reality series, we looked at cash shortage, food insecurity and domestic conflict in poor urban households during the lockdown. They are now trying to rebuild their lives. This is about how we can help.
During the lockdown, State has not been able to ensure food and shelter to many migrant workers. But with some coordinated effort, it’s possible to retain migrants in the city while taking care of their basic needs.
Handwashing and personal hygiene are critical to protecting ourselves from coronavirus. But as summer approaches, Bengaluru faces the threat of water scarcity again. How can authorities and citizens handle this problem?
Bengaluru has only 4,638 traffic cops for its vehicle population of over 80 lakhs. This means not just poor traffic management, but also difficult working conditions for the constables manning our roads
Much of the draft Comprehensive Mobility Plan is old wine in new bottle. The controversial elevated corridors project too makes a comeback in it. You have till January 5th to send your objections to the plan
Pedestrians make up nearly half of those dying in road accidents in Bengaluru. This is not surprising given that walking and other non-motorised forms of transport get little share in our mobility budget
The Bengaluru chapter of Fridays For Future (FFF), a global youth movement, holds weekly climate strikes in different parts of the city. In this edition of Citizens Live, one of its coordinators Disha A Ravi, speaks about their work