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Posted by prithvi 920 days ago (http://praja.in)
Praja.in wins the Best Social Media Initiative of the year award by eGov Magazine. The award was received by Pranav Jha of Praja.in at a function organized at the Claridges Hotel, New Delhi on 28th October 2010. A very good encouragement to all those who want to use technology to bring about change for the better.
How do we eliminate the barriers of entry to the political arena and make it feasible for well-meaning people to give it a shot? Can we look to creating such a force by bringing together such people who can throw away their own individual ego needs and coalesce to form a critical mass, large enough to get the ball rolling?
Posted by balaji 946 days ago (http://www.vruksha.com)
Project Vruksha is an Eco-Initiative by Sattva Welfare Association. Under the census, the surveyors are measuring the girth of trees , condition, salient characteristics as well as specific details such as whether it belongs to some rare species etc.
Even as the state government pushed the Sakrama bill to regularise the massive pile up of bye-law violations in Bengaluru, BBMP has systematically encouraged illegal buildings only further.
A Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report has established the Opposition's allegations about multi-crore irregularities in the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) in the name of awarding work codes.
Posted by balaji 957 days ago (http://www.dnaindia.com)
We need one dedicated person per constituency to monitor the condition of our roads and put a portion of the allotted resources to each ward (which is Rs3 crore per ward according to the latest budget) in good use. If there is a political will, one can do it but make sure that the quality of work by the contractors is set to some standards. This can be monitored by the residents’ welfare associat
Most corporates today have a CSR programme wherein they are doing their bit of charity, training programmes, etc. One major initiative that can be taken up by corporates is to move more of their facilities to Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities where, it is believed, more than 50% of their employees come from.
Posted by balaji 960 days ago (http://www.bangaloremirror.com)
Anil Kumar, 61, did what chief minister B S Yeddyurappa’s son, and so many of the CM’s cabinet colleagues did not. He returned with thanks a Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) plot he had been allotted after 26 years of wait, voluntarily disclosing that his wife owns a property in the city.
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