Above normal seasonal rains were predicted by the IMD and the intimation sent to the civic authorities but the low lying residential areas, supposed to be in the line of flood zone were not intimated or informed. It is natural for the rainwater to flow on the low gradients and the NGT specified 50-meter buffer … Continue reading Heavy Rains and Floods in Bengaluru
A NEWS REPORT The civic agency is being spared by no one. Even chief minister Siddaramaiah, who is grieving the loss of his elder son, pulled up the BBMP for its incompetence, which has left the city in its current mess. On Wednesday, the CM surprised the officials of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) when … Continue reading
A NEWS REPORT The rain came, and Chennai responded by opening its doors. Over the last few days, as the streets got flooded and increasingly dangerous to navigate, our city responded with overwhelming generosity. Locals have been posting their addresses online, offering food and shelter to anyone who needs it. Theatres, malls and restaurants … Continue reading This is how the Samaritans responded to the call of humanity at Chennai but many such noble deeds goes unnoticed. We thank one and all for their GREAT SERVICE.
It has been noticed that during this monsoon season some of the residential areas and even apartment blocks have been flooded. It is to be noted that most of these residential areas affected are revenue and DC converted layouts, without any proper layout plan have encroached water bodies, nalas, lakes, and Raja kaluve and are … Continue reading Flooding of residential areas during monsoon