With increased life expectancy, retirees returning to the job market sees a steady growth (YoY).
The latest list of eligible voters released by the Chief Electoral Officer of Karnataka puts their number (in all 28 constituencies of Bengaluru) at 1,439.
With seven BBMP wards and eight gram panchayats, it has a mix of urban, semi-urban and rural population. Understandably, the issues here vary depending on the region.
An unplanned growth spurt has resulted in KR Puram, highlighted by the city’s only hanging bridge, becoming a traffic mess with highly polluted lakes and inadequate public amenities.
Lake activists are agitated over the construction and have moved the National Green Tribunal (NGT) against the state government.
The new move is likely to streamline the efforts of individuals, groups and companies towards improving government schools.
Political analyst Sandeep Shastri feels that while political parties do realise the importance of Bengaluru from the election point of view, they also know that the city has low voter turnout.
Though the new market was ready in 2014, traders resisted following apprehensions about the distance — it is 18 km from Yeshwantapur — lack of facilities and losing customer base.
The state’s chief electoral officer has directed the formation of state, district, taluk and village level committees to implement and monitor steps to ensure disabled-friendly polls.
Until Nexus Novus, an urban waste solution providing company entered the picture in 2015, no investor was willing to invest in a WtE plant.
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