Archive | June, 2015

Nellurhalli Rises

Today we did one of the biggest spot fix. Nellurhalli Junction is full of potholes and we decided to fix it. Praveen Kumar traffic warden and resident of Nellurhalli requested support from Sumadhura infracon private limited for their support. They provided 10 round of cement debris, 15 labours, 1 JCB. Finally we accomplished “Mission impossible”. […]

How to know your name is enrolled in voters list

BBMP Elections

BBMP Elections are scheduled for July 28th 2015 (Tuesday). So as a first step, check and register your name in voters list before July 10th on a safer side. Please Note: —————– Your name should be there in the electoral/voters list, only then you can cast your vote. Voter Id is not required to cast […]

Inner Circle Park before after

Kids get uninhibited playtime as park swings back to life

People4People Trust in partnership with Whitefield Rising, inaugurated the renovated Kids Park at Inner Circle in Whitefield. Toybank donated toys to students of Ramagondanahalli Government School on the occasion. Dr Arjun Kalyanpur, CEO, Teleradiology Solutions and Founder-Trustee of People4People, declared open the play area, where new equipment had been installed and existing swings repaired. This was […]


Hundreds of saplings planted around lake in Whitefield

In an effort to improve the city’s green cover, Tesco HSC, in partnership with Saytrees and Whitefield Rising, conducted an afforestation drive that saw 360 saplings planted near Sheelavanthakere Lake on June 12th 2015. The drive saw the involvement of volunteers from Tesco HSC, Saytrees and Whitefield Rising, besides students of Inventure Academy and Nellurhalli Government School. Participants ranged […]



The electrical pole (“GoS” in BESCOM parlance) jutting into the footpath at shoulder-height (or lower) is all too common a sight in Bangalore. This is usually a minor irritation, but can be downright life-threatening, for sometimes the pole juts right into the road, as though it is baiting a passing cyclist or scooterist. It took […]