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Clogged drains causing problems near Urdu School in Ward 29
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Clogged drains causing problems near Urdu School in Ward 29

December 9, 2018

Open drains passing in front of houses near Urdu School Cross in MCC Ward No. 29 is creating problems to the residents who are bearing the unbearable stench emanating from it. This apart the stagnant sewage water in drains have become a perfect breeding place for mosquitoes which has resulted in residents suffering from mosquito…

Overflowing manhole posing problem at Kanakadasanagar
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Overflowing manhole posing problem at Kanakadasanagar

December 6, 2018

A manhole on the service road of the Ring Road-Vishwamanawa junction at Kanakadasanagar is overflowing and sewage water is flowing on the road causing inconvenience to the residents who have to bear the stench emanating from it. Residents say that it has been more than two months since sewage water is overflowing from the manhole…

Uneven pavement, a bane for public in Kuvempunagar
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Uneven pavement, a bane for public in Kuvempunagar

November 21, 2018

Uneven pavement, broken interlocking tiles on the footpath near Shanthi Sagar in Kuvempunagar, is causing inconvenience to pedestrians, especially senior citizens and children. Authorities concerned are urged to lay the interlocking tiles properly and set right the footpath for the benefit of all.

Garbage dumped at Rajivnagar needs to be cleared
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Garbage dumped at Rajivnagar needs to be cleared

November 16, 2018

Frequent dumping of garbage near Khairulwara Masjid on the 17th Cross at Rajivnagar 2nd Stage has turned into a dumping yard and adding to the misery of residents, the garbage is left uncleared causing a lot of problems to the people living in the surrounding areas. Authorities concerned are urged to take steps to get…

Plea to asphalt C.V. Road at Bannimantap
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Plea to asphalt C.V. Road at Bannimantap

November 16, 2018

With garbage and debris dumped on roadsides, leaking sewage pipelines, people answering nature’s call on roadsides and the unasphalted roads, the 2nd Cross C.V. Road at Bannimantap has turned from bad to worse causing a lot of inconvenience to the residents and motorists who use the road. Authorities are urged to take these issues seriously…

Plea to clear weeds from park in Kuvempunagar
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Plea to clear weeds from park in Kuvempunagar

November 6, 2018

Namana Park at Nimishamba Layout in Kuvempunagar M-Block is filled with wild growth of weeds which is a result of non-maintenance by the authorities concerned. This thick growth of weeds has provided a safe haven for reptiles to take shelter there causing a scary situation for those who use the park for their daily walk….

Dangerous open electric box on Temple Road
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Dangerous open electric box on Temple Road

November 4, 2018

This open electric box opposite Axis Bank on Temple Road in Vontikoppal is posing danger to the public, especially those crossing the road. With a lot of wires skinned and exposed inside the box, it may prove dangerous and may lead to fatalities due to electrocution especially during rains. Authorities concerned are urged to take…

Big drain without side wall posing danger at Bannimantap
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Big drain without side wall posing danger at Bannimantap

November 4, 2018

In the absence of a side wall to the big drain next to Tipu Masjid in Bannimantap and the edge of the road caving-in, the drain is posing danger to the public, especially motorists. Residents say that though several representations were made, no action has been taken in this regard till now. Authorities concerned are…

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