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Get rid of police scrutiny for passports: Janaagraha
Deccan Chronicle

Get rid of police scrutiny for passports: Janaagraha

BENGALURU: Police verification which is mandatory for issuing passport is unscientific, ineffective and redundant. Dispensing with the police verification process could eliminate corruption in the police department dealing with the passport work, ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago

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Bengaluru: Now, Kaapi pe charcha with cops!

BENGALURU: After building a rapport between the police and the public through community policing, Janaagraha Centre for Citizenship and Democracy, in collaboration with the city police, has come up with an online initiative - Kaapiwithacop. The ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Police pursue dropouts, put them back in school  The Hindu2 weeks ago Bengaluru police pursue dropouts, put them back in school  The Hindu2 weeks ago

City stands second for mechanisms influencing quality of life

Thiruvananthapuram: The recently released Janaagraha survey has put Thiruvananthapuram in the second highest position among Indian cities in terms of mechanisms which influence quality of life. The city came second to Mumbai with a 0.01 difference ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Lesson from Indian city systems survey: Divided, Delhi's slipping

Delhi came sixth in a survey of 21 Indian cities released by Janaagraha Centre for Citizenship and Democracy last week. Mumbai topped the list, followed by Thiruvananthapuram, Kolkata, Pune and Bhopal. One thought the national capital would do ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago Jaipur fares poorly in urban planning, governance: says Janaagraha survey  Times of India2 months ago

‘Empower local bodies to tackle surge in urban population’

Government should abstain from managing cities, says Janaagraha. Indias urban population is set to increase from 400 million to 800 million in the next 35 years and, in the absence of effective policy-making and systemic reforms, it will be difficult to ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bengaluru vision group to have six sub-committees

Bengaluru: The Bengaluru Vision Group, also called the Bengaluru Blue Print Action Group (BBPAG), which held its first meeting on Tuesday under the chairmanship of chief minister Siddaramaiah, is set to expand. The 3 0-member group, which ...
 Times of India4 days ago Bengaluru Corporate biggies bunk first meeting of city vision group  New Indian Express5 days ago Bengaluru: Vision Group comes in good but late  India Today1 week ago To do or not to do: Let's BAG our woes, Bengaluru  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

GHMC's `paperless plan' faces IT glitch

Hyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) plans to go paperless from June 1 this year, but residents are not convinced about its technological prowess. Hundreds of residents from across the city, who were eagerly awaiting a ...
 Times of India6 days ago GHMC's plan to go paperless faces IT glitch  Times of India6 days ago
New Indian Express

IT-BT czars have had their chance, now Bengaluru needs real solutions

Not so long ago, Bengaluru used to be a much more livable city, quite unlike the urban mess that it is now. With its stretching greenery, tree-lined streets, manageable traffic, pleasant air and friendly people, the city held a charm like no other.
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago IT-BT czars to drive Bengaluru infrastructure development  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago An 'elite' task force for Bengaluru's woes  Times of India2 weeks ago Bengaluru reinvented: CM BBAGs business czars  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Portrait of a city in protest mode

Mumbai's tech-savvy community is at the forefront of online petitions about civic woes and pan-India movements opposing unfair bills and projects. The latest is the Save The Map movement, which seeks to create awareness about flaws in a new mapping ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Corporate-driven group of bengaluru draws flak

BENGALURU: Citizens associations are not happy with the newly formed Bengaluru vision group, which, they say, is filled with members espousing the corporate cause. CM Siddaramaiah headed Bengaluru Blue Print Action Group (BBPAG) has members from the ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Corporate-driven group gets flak:'they preach from AC comfort'  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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