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Plea to clear garbage from drain in Hebbal
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Plea to clear garbage from drain in Hebbal

Garbage and waste that is dumped inside a drain near Surya Bakery in Hebbal is hindering the smooth flow of rain water. And when it rains heavily, the water carrying the waste materials overflows on to the road which in turn becomes an eyesore. Authorities concerned are urged to take steps to get the drain…

An overturned garbage bin in Rajiv Nagar
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An overturned garbage bin in Rajiv Nagar

Garbage bins are kept at vantage places so that people can put garbage in it properly, make use of it and keep the surroundings neat and tidy. However, a garbage bin is kept upside down near Gupta Stores in  Rajiv Nagar since a week, resulting in residents dumping their garbage beside the upside down garbage…

Sewage water creating problems on Hanumantha Rao Street
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Sewage water creating problems on Hanumantha Rao Street

Sewage water leaking from a broken pipeline on Hanumantha Rao Street, behind Hotel Maurya, is causing inconvenience to the public since two months. One of SOM readers, who has sent this photograph, says that he had given a complaint and promptly received an acknowledgement via SMS to his phone but so far no one has…

Plea to clear garbage on K.T. Street
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Plea to clear garbage on K.T. Street

Garbage such as packing materials and other wastes, which are dumped daily in front of Rahul Computers on K.T. Street, is not being cleared on a regular basis. Authorities concerned are urged to take necessary steps at the earliest to keep the place clean.

Blocked drains need to be cleaned at Subash Nagar
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Blocked drains need to be cleaned at Subash Nagar

Most of the drains in Subash Nagar are blocked since months and with recent rains, the rainwater has become stagnant making it a perfect place for mosquitoes to breed besides emanating foul smell. One of the SOM readers who has sent this picture says that despite repeated pleas to the elected representatives to inspect the…

Lingambudhi Lake turning into Bellandur Lake of Bengaluru
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Lingambudhi Lake turning into Bellandur Lake of Bengaluru

Mysuru: With the formation of froth, Lingambudhi Lake in city is slowly turning into Bellandur Lake of Bengaluru as authorities have failed to stop the flow of sewage into the Lake despite repeated requests and also authorities concerned inspecting the Lake, says one of SOM readers, who has sent this photograph. Authorities concerned are urged…

Plea to clear garbage on C.V. Road
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Plea to clear garbage on C.V. Road

Garbage which is dumped on C.V. Road, 2nd Cross, is not cleared since months. With recent rain, garbage is coming on the road and is causing a lot of problems. People living in the surroundings said that the problem exists since a year and have been complaining to the MCC since then but no action…

Stinking Sayyaji Rao Road Cross
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Stinking Sayyaji Rao Road Cross

The Sayyaji Rao Road cross in front of Raghulal Medicals is stinking as the road has been turned into a place to attend nature’s call causing a lot of inconvenience to all. This apart, the street-lights have become defunct and a lot of illegal activities are taking place on the road after dark. Authorities concerned…

Plea to clear garbage dump at Hebbal
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Plea to clear garbage dump at Hebbal

Garbage such as empty plastic covers, waste papers, dry leaves etc., which is dumped at Surya Bakery Circle in Hebbal, is not cleared since many days and is causing inconvenience to the public. Authorities concerned are urged to take steps to get the garbage cleared soon.

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