India’s first-ever Neighbourhood Improvement Partnership Challenge sees a grant of nearly Rs One crore awarded to 12 winning projects. The initiative attracted 145 registrations and 86 proposals from Bengaluru.
If you dream of bringing in a change by involving in grass root decision-making of Bengaluru, then this one is for you. B.CLIP aims to train interested people with calibre, on handling city governance better.
Real solution to the malnutrition problem lies in incentivizing local production of heavily imported pulses which are today almost four times the price they were about five years ago. The whole food security angle needs to be considered through a lens beyond subsidized rice.
Industry is disappointed as there is no large investment in neither power nor infrastructure. Chief Minister has explained the projects which are in execution. We need big ideas, large solutions, massive investment and a big vision.