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Fire Safety precautions lacking in Electronic City || 11 people killed at illegal crossing near Nayandahalli || Large variance in proposed and actual budgets of Bangalore’s civic authorities || Lack of faith on judiciary system sees a decline in filing consumer complaints || Wrong parking tops the list of traffic offences in Bangalore || MGNREGA failed at Bangalore, employ’s just 10 per cent || Illegal Dumping in Dubasipalva Lake || Illegal advertising bills deface the city || Monkey menace continues in the city || Golahalli Panchayat to control water wastage in wake of Cauvery Issue

Fire Safety precautions lacking in Electronic City

Thousands of lives are at risk due to the newly built high rise apartment blocks in Electronic City. These buildings fail to meet fire safety standards according to the Fire Department of Government of Karnataka.

 

11 people killed at illegal crossing near Nayandahalli

A section of the railway track adjacent to Nayandahalli station is precariously positioned between two bustling streets. The tracks here swarm with people during traffic hours

 


Large variance in proposed and actual budgets of Bangalore’s civic authorities

Over the last five years, there has been a difference of at least 100 crores between the actual and proposed budgets of Bangalore’s civic authorities.

 

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Lack of faith on judiciary system sees a decline in filing consumer complaints

Lack of faith on consumer forum delivering justice witnesses decline in number of complaints being filed over last three years

Wrong parking tops the list of traffic offences in Bangalore

Fifty percent of the total traffic violations in Bangalore  are because of wrong parking which is followed by the cases booked for rider without helmet and reckless and over-speeding of vehicles.

 

MGNREGA failed at Bangalore, employ’s just 10 per cent

In 2016, less than 10 per cent of Bangalore card holders for ‘Mahatma Gandhi National rural Employment Guarantee Act’ are provided with the working

 

Illegal Dumping in Dubasipalya Lake

Residents of Oddarapalya and Bruhat Bengaluru Maharnagara Palike(BBMP) have approached Kengeri police station to save Dubasipalya Lake from a realtor who they allege is constantly dumping construction debris into the lake.

Illegal advertising bills deface the city

Illegal bills of advertising companies for accommodation on name boards is making the city look ugly and is creating problems for the commuters to recognize the name of the area.

 

Monkey menace continues in the city

Various localities like Boomanahalli lake city, Devanahalli, Kalkere in Bangalore are facing major problems with monkeys.

 

Golahalli Panchayat to control water wastage in wake of Cauvery Issue

In the wake of Cauvery dispute amongst Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, the Golahalli Gram Panchayat has decided to limit the water supply to control water wastage.

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