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Last Updated : 09 May 2010, 12:17 IST
Last Updated : 09 May 2010, 12:17 IST

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Virginia Victoria
IT professional

“Chopping off trees in the name of development must be stopped. How can you call Bangalore a garden city when its green space has disappeared by half? Garbage disposal must be done in a more scientific manner. I just hope the newly elected Mayor and his team fulfil the long list of promises.”

Mega Verna Marcus

“They must stop the construction of endless flyovers. They haven’t helped ease the traffic congestion in the City. The Mayor could put in a comprehensive programme to improve garbage disposal in the City. It would be cleaner and healthier if the beggars are off the street and given shelter elsewhere by the government.”

Ashish Kabadi

 A good public transport which also concentrates on non IT areas is indispensable. Well-designed bus stops and more recreation centres are also a must. On weekends one can only think of movies and dining out in Bangalore. Things should move beyond that. There should be an effective handling of traffic congestion in the City. Something should be done to inculcate better civic sense among Bangaloreans.

R Ajmal
Store keeper

“There are frequent power cuts in the City. This makes it impossible to carry out business as usual. The old roads are dug up almost everyday and new ones laid almost immediately. This inconveniences commuters. Rules must be enforced more effectively to tackle the burgeoning traffic.”

Tapaswinee Nayak
H R Consultant

“The road development work and the construction of  metro rail is taking longer than expected.
While the government is making all efforts to spruce up infrastructure, they must ensure an effective garbage disposal, well-connected drainage system, regular
water supply and uninterrupted power.”


“Posh high rise buildings may have sprung up across the City but that hasn’t led to the development of the City. The drainage system remain unchanged, power cuts have become a regular and corruption is at its worst.” 

Published 09 May 2010, 12:17 IST

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