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Smt. Kathyayini Chamaraj. Executive Trustee, CIVIC was one the panel speakers at the Discussion  organised by Vijaya Karnataka Newspaper on 11-8-2015
 

 

Ward panel rules violate norms'

The State government came out with draft rules on Palike ward committees on May 26 without publishing them in newspapers or posting them on the website of Urban Development Department, according to Kathyayini Chamaraj of Civic Bangalore.
Chamaraj...

 

The High Court has  pulled up the Karnataka Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board. It has directed the Board
to rectify the flaws in its schemes and fixed a target for enrolling construction workers. This is seen as opportunity for the NGOs and
Trade Unions who are up...

 

Victory At Last !!!. Mr. Viswanath, Mr. Dileep Panicker and Mr. Vijay Menon are the residents who fought against commercialisation of resident layout. Forced BBMP to cancel 246 retail outlets and 6 commercial building plans in residential layouts and enforced implementation of zoning regulations...

 

The Slum Rehousing Multistorey Building built by Karnataka Slum Development Board Varthur Village  near Whitefield in the year 2010, is unfit for living.  There are visible cracks on the walls, the inmates fear that the building may collapse soon. Some families have already vacated their houses...

 

Almost half of Indian children under five years of age are stunted whereas one-fifth of the kids have wasting, suggests a global report that tracks nutrition status of all the 193 countries of the world.

In addition, 40 per cent of Indian children do not receive Vitamin A...

 

A Panel set up on Food Security by Modi Government has recommended to reduce coverage from 67 percent to 40 percent of population

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An article on issues related to quality education in government schools and the issues and challenges faced by teachers The article written by.Niranjanaradhya.V.P. Ph.D,Centre for Child and the Law, National Law School of India University 

You can access the article in the web link below...

 

Published in Deccan Herald, 18-1-2015

  1. Sample survey of Domestic workers in Bengaluru city – by Shri. Alampalli Venketaraman Chair on Labour Research, Bangalore University
  2. Majority of  domestic workers  get an average wage of Rs. 4,400 a month, despite  most...
 

BBMP fails to act on thousands of letters from traffic police to make city roads safer. Who has blood on their hands for the 700 people who get killed on city roads every year? Who is to be blamed for the over 5,000 who end up grievously injured on the roads across Bengaluru every year...

 

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