Bangalore & Hyderabad Metro

Workshop on Establishment of Ward Committees in 198 Wards of Bangalore held

in compliance with directions of the Hon'ble High Court of Karnataka

Date: 16 January, 2013
Time: 4.30 pm to 7.00 pm
Venue: Student Christian Mission House, 29, 2nd Cross, CSI Compound, Mission Road, Bangalore 560027 Tel: 080 2222 3761

 

Environment Support Group, ATREE, Alternative Law Forum

in association with Citizens Action Forum, the Fifth Estate and CIVIC Bangalore

Public Consultation Must in Planning and Building Metro or any Infrastructure Project

Unprecedented Decision by High Court of Karnataka holds Officials directly accountable for any lapse

Press Release : Bangalore : 17 December 2010

Bangalore Road Widening and Other Urban Transport Projects Impacted Communities Unite

BATPIC Network launched with the objective of pursuing urban transport projects that are socially just, economically viable, environmentally friendly and long lasting solutions

Press Release : Bangalore : 17 July 2012

 

Joint Statement 

 

Summary:  

Public Consultation Must in Planning and Building Metro or any Infrastructure Project

Unprecedented Decision by High Court of Karnataka holds Officials directly accountable for any lapse

Press Release : Bangalore : 17 December 2010
Background:

Environment Support Group and ors had challenged the construction of the southern reach of Bangalore Metro as being in gross violation of the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act and other statutes in a Public Interest Litigation (WP 13241/2009).

Hasire Usiru

Public Action Report on the Lalbagh Protest

Written by Kanishka Lahiri
26 April, 2009

The citizens' movement opposing the current plans of the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRCL) in the Southern Reach continued on Sunday morning at Lalbagh West Gate. Today's protest march from Lalbagh West Gate to 32nd Cross, Nanda Road marked the fifth in a series of protests that was sparked by work conducted by the BMRCL on Apr 13 and 14, when they demolished 500 feet of Lalbagh's perimeter wall and felled several trees inside the historic premises to make way for a station.