Posts Tagged ‘citizen matters’

"Know More About Water"

Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own community news magazine, is planning a local
panel discussion & interaction on “Know more about water: water harvesting, water
quality testing, water diseases and more” at JP Nagar on 11 July, Saturday morning.
The panel will have both experienced citizens and experts demonstrating simple
techniques and ideas, and taking questions from the participants. The interaction
will run for around 1.5 hours.
at JP Nagar on 11 July, Saturday at 12.00pm to 1.30pm.

The panel
Mr Nagaraj (rainwater harvesting user at Jayanagar)
Mr Navneeth (Project Engineer, Indian Institute of Science)
Mr Sharada Prasad (Argyam, water NGO)
Dr Balagangadhar (Scientist, KSPCB)
Dr Robert Joseph (St Johns Hospital)

This will be an interactive session and will run for around
90 minutes.
Venue for this event is
Magnus School of Business
13th Cross, 6th main road
J.P.Nagar 3rd Phase
Thanka & Regards
Ops & Mktg Lead, Oorvani Media
Publisher: Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own newsmagazine

Citizen Matters online

Citizen Matters print
15,000 copies, available in JP Nagar+BTM only

Career Counselling and Options…"What can I do?"

Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own community news magazine
presents a local panel discussion & info session on

“Career counseling and options: What can I do?”

An opportunity for students and parents to understand aptitude and career options, get an idea on how to choose a career, etc.


When: 11 July, Saturday at 12PM to 1.30PM

Where: Magnus School of Business, 13th Cross, 6th Main, JP Nagar 3rd Phase, Blr-78
(Near S Hotel and Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, See map at

Ms Annapurna Murthy, Manasa Consultants, Career Counsellor
Wg Cdr R Shankar, BASE, JEE specialialist
Dr Surekha, Christ College, Psychtiatrist
Gautam, personal effectiveness trainer
Siri Srinivas (Engg student, RVCE)


CitizenMatters/Metaculture: Panel Discussion: Conflict and the Future for Bangaloreans

Kannadiga, Hindu, North Indian,
Native, Christian, Marwadi, Urban, Rich, Muslim, Dalit,
Tamilian, Immigrant, Bihari, Middle class, Mangalorean,
Poor, Elite, South Indian, Slum dweller, IT professional …


You are invited to a



Facilitated by Meta-culture Dialogics

Hosted by Citizen Matters,

Bangalore’s own newsmagazine at

4:00 pm, Sunday, 19 October 2008

Alliance Francaise de Bangalore.

108, Thimmaiah Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore

Preceded by: The documentary Bombay, Our City by Anand Patwardhan at 3 pm

Followed by: The documentary Fishers of Men by Ranjan Kamath at 6:30 pm

And an interaction with Ranjan Kamath

All are welcome!

For information: please contact: Rafael: 080 – 4117 2421 or Meera: 080 – 4173 7584

Independence Day Writing Contest for Citizen Journalists

Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own e-magazine , is looking for your experiences this Independence day – what did you do? Did you go to see the parade? Or attended the flag hoisting in your apartment complex? Or participated in your school function?

Best Entry wins Rs.2500 and a certificate.

Email your entries to

Contest opens Aug 15th … closes Aug 18th midnight.


* Submissions should be based on original and actual experiences
* Professional journalists are not allowed to participate
* Length of submission should range between 500 to 1000 words
* Enclose your full name, age, address and contact numbers

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