JANAAGRAHA CENTRE FOR CITIZENSHIP AND DEMOCRACY
Poor citizens in Bengaluru more active, says report
Citizenship participation, the study found, was greater among the poor and illiterate than among the middle and upper classes of the city.
Civic systems: Delhi ranked fifth in India, way behind world
A survey by Bangalore based Janaagraha Centre for Citizenship and Democracy has ...
Swachh City Solutions App for garbage free India by April
Urban Development Ministry announced it would launch a mobile App for citizens to p...
Shame on BJP for creating panic over NRC in Bengal: Mamata Banerjee
The BJP is not talking about job losses or the downward spiral of Indian economy, all it wants to do is serve own political interests, Mamata said.
Sonia Gandhi meets CMs, Congress' northeast leaders
Congress is facing an unprecedented political and electoral meltdown in northeast, which used to be its political backyard till the Modi government took office.
BJP fields Modi to boo Centre on terror
The BJP said that the 'notorious softness' of the Centre on internal security issues and its 'arrogant refusal' to arm the investigating agencies with required laws was undermining the national will to battle terrorism.
Mahagathbandhan is of 'greed and lust', has 9 potential PM candidates: Amit Shah
Shah, while kickstarting 'Ganatanatra Bachao Yatra' in Bengal, vowed to overthrow the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC government in the state.
Citizens reclaim playgrounds while BBMP remains aloof
A BBMP official admitted that citizen groups make their work easy and that the corporation will support maintenance of open spaces.
I want to make it clear lynching is a crime, no matter the motive: PM Narendra Modi
PM Modi explains why job creation is more than what’s reported, ‘mahagathbandhan’ is a mirage, how laws are getting friendlier for the honest and harsher on the dishonest in an exclusive interview to TOI.
RSS is a lot more diverse than it used to be: Author Walter Andersen
RSS is more ideologically flexible than it had been in the past. But one has to distinguish RSS from BJP. RSS is not BJP, said Walter Andersen.
H-1B: Why India should not adopt a tit-for-tat policy against US
In the current case of H-1B visa restrictions, it would not be in India’s benefit to respond with trade and capital restrictions on US companies.
Many civic bodies don’t earn enough to pay staff
These civic bodies not only depend on financial support from states for developmental work but also use the earmarked funds for salaries.
Trust deficit between citizens, cops mutual: Study
The Security Perception Index study surveyed 329 policemen from the seven stations, 214 citizen volunteers (area suraksha mitras) and 768 citizens living in Bangaluru.
Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike shines with good Q1 results, Nagarotthana casts a long shadow
Revenue collections were up 15% at Rs 2,700 crore on the back of strong property tax collections, and an uptick in advertising revenues riding on a robust city economy .
Quality of life list: Delhi slips to 6th, Mumbai No.1
Mumbai topped the list of 21 big cities in a survey on the capability of a city administration to deliver better quality of life over the medium and long term.
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