BBMP to push for implementation of its hoarding ban, BDA starts works to prevent sewage entry to Bellandur lake, a 1.75-acre forest patch to be acquired for Metro line, spurt in dengue cases – read more on what happened in the city this week
High Court orders state government to regulate rallies in Bengaluru, Health Department blames BBMP for not submitting timely data on dengue, Vasanthnagar residents demand streetlights to make their neighbourhood safe – read more on what happened in the city this week
Carts of street food that offer a quick snack, little stalls selling just what you were looking for – street vendors are an integral part of life in Bengaluru. But why isn’t the government implementing the law that upholds their right to work?
Last week, the High Court passed orders on two major concerns of Bengalureans – the elevated corridor project, and indiscriminate tree felling for Metro rail. Read more on this, and other happenings in the city over the past week
Bellandur residents dig recharge wells to capture monsoon rain, PIL hearing on white-topping South End Road, Bengaluru retains its position as the biggest office market in Asia-Pacific – here’s news from the city this week
The Akrama Sakrama scheme has been challenged in the Karnataka High Court for violating the Right to Equality and Right to Life. We track some of the key arguments made in the Court in the last two weeks.
The Karnataka State Remote Sensing Application Centre has said that ground altitude of Raheja Vivarea apartment at Koramangala is 892 metres. Using this, HAL is arguing that Raheja Vivarea cannot be constructed beyond 13 floors.