Get into voter list by July 15th, Maths magic and other stories from Whitefield

A night on the street

What is the power of the common man? A collaborative and inspiring set of people helped fix the potholed road that had been dug up for 6 months. Till then, local residents and daily commuters were facing severe issues due to big potholes. When most of Bangalore was sleeping, this group was fixing potholes at Nellurhalli junction.

Ack : Nallurhalli Rising, a Whitefield Rising initiative, Sumadhara builders,BBMP, WR champion Anu Parekh

Plant a tree

Tree planting in the greater Whitefield area is on a roll. After the success at Sheelavanthakere, ITPL is the next stop. Read about the last planting.

500 saplings were also planted near ITPL on June 27th.

Credits: WR champ Clement Jayakumar, TESCO, Say Trees, Nusa Dua residents and the many volunteers.

Get your name on the voter’s list by July 15th

You can enroll your name in the voter’s list till July 15th.

We have exactly a month left for the BBMP Elections on July 28th. Do register NOW if you haven’t already done so. Further information available here.

Get out and play

Kids will get much-needed fresh air and physical activity with the refurbished, working playground at Inner Circle Park. This has been sponsored by RxDx Teleradiology and is their 200th installation. Read: Behind the scenes.

Maths Magic

Quietly, steadily, a whole group of dedicated volunteer group called Whitefield Ready have been working in 5 government schools in the area. And now they are taking it all up a notch. Khan Academy meets Government schools! Find out how magic is happening.

Awesome coverage in Times of india.

Ack: Viji Vennelakanti, Sumedha Rao, Shobha Bala,


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