This week’s Bengaluru Matters radio show brings to listeners information about the new tax system of India – the Goods and Services Tax and also what is happening at the Composting Santhe held in Bengaluru.
Growing up comes with its own set of challenges. Every child undergoes many body changes while stepping into teenage years. These changes are inevitable and yet not talked about openly. In this series, we learn
Children’s Rights has been an important area of concern for Radio Active for many years now. Over the years, Radio Active has worked with many Child Rights activists, talked about the various issues and also
Efforts to mobilise citizens to apply for ward committee membership have gained splendid traction in the last few weeks. Citizens’ groups such as Lanchamukta Karnataka Nirmana Vedike (LMKNV), Citizens for Bengaluru (CfB) and B.PAC have
June 16, 2011, was a landmark day for domestic workers the world over. The Convention C 189 was passed, giving domestic workers the world over increased hope of legislative and social justice. Eighteen countries have
Radio Active marked World Environment Day (held on 5 June every year) by inviting some of the most passionate environmentalists and environment activists to share personal stories of change-making and to highlight the importance of
This episode of Bengaluru Matters features conversations on BBMP Pourakarmika protest that has ended now, reorganisation of BBMP into 10 zones and what it means to the city, and the Science Express that visited Bengaluru
Several groups in Bangalore – Domestic Workers Unions, Transgender Rights groups, Street Vendor Unions, Garment Workers Unions, Slum Residents Rights groups etc demand that the working class, the poor are included in BBMP ward committees.