News Bulletin For October 3, 2019

Published on October 5, 2019 by

Stories in and around Bangalore.

Top Story – Delay in the supply of grains to government ration shops.

The delay in grains supply to ration shops is causing inconvenience to the consumers.

Reporter: Harshith.V

Second Story – Govt’s generic medicines –Out of Stock.

Sanitary pads and generic medicines have been out of stock at Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Kendras for the last 2 months. Regular consumers complain of delays in procuring the medicines.

Reporter: Archita Srivastava

Third Story – Migrants in India: Mute bystanders of elections.

38% of the population of India are regarded as domestic migrants91% of these urban migrants do not vote, as they are not registered voters in their present constituency.

Reporter: Mehak Khajuria

Fourth Story – Enthusiasm for solar water heaters cools

The number of people using solar water heaters has decreased over the past few years in Bangalore city.

Reporter: Nihan Parveen

Fifth Story – Instant fines pester Bangalore commuters

The Bangalore Traffic police issue instant fines to people travelling without a license or other necessary documents, even though the Motor Vehicle law gives them 15 days to submit the documents.

Reporter: Swalpi Bajpai

Sixth Story – The complaints filed by consumers in the BBMP application are not addressed.

Reporter: Muskaan Agarwal

Seventh Story – The safety of cyclists at stake

Cycle rental companies in Bengaluru do not provide helmets, compromising the safety of their customers.

Reporter: Kshipra Petkar







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