There are over 100,000 bus drivers in the Indian city of Bangalore, but only one of them is a woman. Preema Nadapatti now wants to get other women to take to the roads.
While the number of voters under ‘other’ category has doubled from 2013 to 2018, their inclusion in the electoral process is riddled with challenges. Watch the interview of Uma, founder of Jeeva, an organisation that lobbies for equal rights for transgenders in Karnataka.
While the political parties are getting ready for a big fight on May 12th, M N Sreehari, professor of Civil engineering at R V College of Engineering, talks on the condition of traffic in Bengaluru.
While 2013 Congress manifesto says they are committed to Bengaluru, a slum-free city, Bharath M. Palavalli, an Ashoka fellow and founder member of ‘Fields of view’ talks about the condition of slums in Bengaluru and inclusion of slum dwellers in the electoral process.
101Reporters has done extensive reporting on Karnataka elections with the help of its network of ground reporters from various districts across the state. In this photo story, we catch glimpses of polling day, as captured by our reporters.
15 May 2018, the day votes were counted for Karnataka Assembly Election, unfolded a topsy-turvy result that saw the BJP leading throughout the day but falling 7 seats short of a majority. A photo story from 101Reporters.com on the anxious moments in the run-up to results from across the state.
One of the worst affected districts in Andhra Pradesh, Anantapur is seeing its farmers leave their villages for cities due to water scarcity.
An American scholar’s effort towards building toilets in Uttar Pradesh villages is bringing dignity to the villagers’ life by enabling them to give up open defecation.
Neknampur lake serves as a fitting example of how low cost but effective natural techniques can be used to clean city lakes that are choking with pollutants.
As rain continues unabated in the eastern and northeastern parts of the country, river embankments get breached displacing lakhs of people.