‘Family comes first’ was the title of the book, which was launched two days ago in Bengaluru. I indirectly
Cities are forefront in human development in the 21st century. Responsive cities like Singapore are taking advantage of new forms of data, and new possibilities for interaction among people, communities and their physical environments to engage their citizens in the planning and management of their habitat. This talk focuses on some of such works being carried out in Singapore.
Bengaluru, is not just city of lakes, but also of 2 rivers. It’s not just an IT hub, but also a cultural melting pot. In this article, I tried to highlight some of the unique aspects of living in Bengaluru through the eyes of my neighborhood.
This time, I highlighted problems of finding a suitable house in big Indian cities.
To avoid my Spanish language from rusting and becoming junk, I have started Spanish language meetup in Bangalore city. It use virtual world to gather people every weekend and providing platform to practice Spanish. You too can come and join!!
How are urban transportation systems, infrastructure and institutions gendered?
How can we understand gender inequality in urban transportation?
What kinds of initiatives have cities in India and globally undertaken and what can we learn from them? This was the them of masterclass organized at IIHS(Indian Institute of Human Settlements)
what kind of mistakes do we repeatedly commit? Aren’t we supposed to learn from our mistakes, then why do we repeat them at all? Let’s hear what you have to say, through your poem.
In this master class, Sumetee Gajjar, shared adaptation research and practice from 4 Southern Cities (Durban and Cape Town in South Africa, Dar es Salaam in Zanzibar and Mexico City) using a city systems framework. Learners were encouraged to extend this framework to Bangalore and reflect upon the merits and challenges of applying such a frame to motivate climate adaptation in Indian cities.
Wishes? Who does not have it? So, this time Bangalore Storytelling Society gathered 4 story tellers to talk about their wishes. Although, it was their wishes, every listeners could connect with them as we all have wishes (big or small) at some point in life.
Bengaluru is the IT capital of India, yet from past few years it is experiencing rapid population growth. The rising population growth has affected already scarce water resources of the city. With the demand for water is increasing day after day, rain water harvesting can provide an sustainable solution to the resident of this city. Excerpts from the workshop organized by ESG and KSCST.