The passenger’s concern got fueled up when he read the news about the alarming the Malaria and Dengue fear in New Delhi. Then he made up his mind on what to do next.
Let’s talk about community involvement in the building process. This feature post is based on a presentation by Architects PK Das & Peu Banerjee, who have designed and executed several projects in Rural parts of India and other countries.
Finding the right “coworking” space is tough – but The Uncube CoWorking at After Stories is a popular VFM offering.
Can there be a better connect between what people expect and what development professionals are trying to achieve? Development is really not a development if people do not get involved. Not only me, you but everyone could ask policy makers – how can we give and accept the “Local Feedback”. Let’s take some of the opinions from the road, from the common people.
Team LocalFeedback is immensely grateful to have an esteemed panel of judges at The Home Connect Contest… Ms. … Continue Reading Introducing Jury Members of The Home Connect Contest
“Film, in many ways, can be the perfect medium for urban nostalgia. People and places, frozen in time, capture life in the moment.” Read this re-blogged post on movies based on cities!
An Uber i rode in Gurgaon, while returning from office in August 2017, was driven by a ‘veteran’ driver who had worked for famous film directors like Satyajit Ray and Richard Attenborough. The 55 minutes ride became a lively conversation on professional ethics and humility!
Any one who comes across this post : It’s to make people aware that a very unsafe and horrifying set of incidents have been happening in Nuh, Haryana (India). People are being called to a remote part of the district to see a site or project. Then a mob of goons comes out with guns, hijacks the vehicles and loots cash, belongings. DO NOT RESPOND TO ANY REQUESTS ASKING YOU TO COME TO NUH.
The recent unfortunate incident at Kamala Mills in Mumbai where 14 people lost their lives has shook up municipal bodies to take a stock of the fire safety norms in eateries. Both design and operational prudence, along with adherence to bye-laws, can go a long way in ensuring safety of occupants and users.