Mana Hakku Mana Hyderabad, Mana Hakku Mana Telangana
Hakku Initiative is India’s first campaign-based online platform that works on solutions with citizens and governments. The objective of the Initiative is to explore pathways for reforms in social, economic and political spheres. Modern democracies must be realigned with people. This is especially important as the weak are getting weaker and the poor getting poorer despite representation, and electoral justice promised by democracies.
Hakku Initiative is part of the Institute of Perception Studies, a New Delhi-based research institute that has worked in rural and urban distress, and reforms.
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A sanitation warrior Ms Rajini, an M.Sc. rank holder and an aspiring Ph.D. student in organic Chemistry had to take up the job of a sanitation worker with the GHMC, was part of Hakku series on Sanitation Warriors of Hyderabad.
Over 94 percent of citizens voted against a wine shop in Bhoiguda, Secunderabad, Hyderabad.
Over 95% of citizens voted against a wine shop in Begumpet, Hyderabad. Almost 1,500 citizens across several residential apartments and commercial buildings voted on February 12, 2022.
Residents were taken unawares on April 6, 2022 when a wall was suddenly built across their access road to Ameenpur--Beeramguda Road. This case reveals planning inadequacies in HMDA. Seven questions that must worry every property buyer in Hyderabad. BRIEF NOTE, 23 May 2022