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Tag: public policy
Coronavirus Can Irreversibly Change Consumption Habits
In such a brave new world, the way forward for everyone will be led by innovation, new ideas to redefine consumption habits, and in turn trade, and investment activities for the coming decades.
Funds allotted for controlling stray-dog population not being properly disbursed
A Right to Information request filed with the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike revealed that Rs. 160 million was allotted for animal birth control and anti-rabies vaccinations for street dogs over the last three years, but only Rs.84 million was utilized by the Animal Husbandry Department.
We live in a museum of waste
Indian’s natural instinct to litter and poor sense of hygiene has been one of the most encashed sources of humor over the decades. It has earned standup comedians with the most applauded punch lines and writers with the most appreciated plots.
Thirsty Lalbagh Garden guzzling Bangalore’s ground water
A wastewater treatment plant that is supposed to provide over 2.2 million liters of water daily to Lalbagh Botanical Garden, is operating below capacity and one-third to half of the water needed to water the garden is taken from borewells.