K Latha Narasimhamurthy
Former Corporator, Ward 174, Bangalore
Ex Non-Official Director, Bharat Dynamics Ltd

News and press

Bangalore in 100RC Network

news The 100 resilient cities has chosen 35 cities across the globe including Bangalore that are becoming more resilient to changes.

Latha said they have chosen water problem as a major challenge of the city.

Corporator's safety plan wins Award - Indian Express

news An idea by the corporator to minimise accidents at two major juntion in her ward has won the 'Safer Roads , Safer India ' challenge thrown open by UL, a sefty science company and Ashoka Foundation.

Why relief for Bangladeshis?- Bangalore Mirror

news Corporator Latha who visited the spot on Sunday morning alleged that the area is full of illegal Bangladeshi immigrants. "There are local people who are residing here for long. But day by day, the Bangladeshi population has increased," she said. She also argued that the state government should not pay compensation to illegal Bangadeshis. "The Bangladeshi government should take care of its citizens, not India. Around 300 illegal sheds been constructed in the area and cops are ignoring it. The issue has been brought to BBMP commissioner's notice. He has assured that he will initiate action," she added.

Leading the way: Winner of SafeRoads Competition

news Neighbourhood Improvement Program brings citizens and authorities face to face for better co-ordination and problem solving. It has won the Safe Roads Safe India award.

eToilet in Agara - Bangalore Mirror

news In support of Swach Bharat Abhiyan and to serve the citizens of the ward, eToilet is installed and inaugrated in Agara.

Reach Corporator with WhatsApp

news Citizens can now reach the corporator through WhatsApp. Photos can also be posted.

Agara Lake Revival

news In an effort to preserve the natural beauty of Agara Lake, Smt Latha Narasimhamurthy convened a meeting to chalk out the future of the lake.

HSR Layout to get Facelift

news Citizens come out in full force to participate in 'namma HSR , namma neighbourhood' programme to review ongoing projects and suggest new ones.

Neighbourhood Improvement Programme


Road Digging stoppped

news HSR Ward Corporator, Smt Latha Narasimhamurthy, bars company from digging up newly laid 24th main road. The road was repaired at a cost of Rs 4 crore. A private company was going to dig the road to lay OFC cables.

Agara College enhancement

news The infrastructure of the government college at Agara is being enhanced. A new multi-purpose auditorium and a library is being constructed.

Waste segregration awareness drives

In an ongoing effort to make HSR Layout a Zero Grabage ward, waste segregation awareness drive was organised in Sector 6 to educate the residents.

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In another effort to complement the segregation-at-source drive, BBMP pourakarmikas are educated to collect the garbage seperately from residencial and commercial buildings,

Lake fencing

news The Iblur lake fencing has begun with a Pooja attended by Corporator Smt Latha Narasimhamurthy. The lake side road is cleared using a JCB. The taluk office has initiated the survey to mark boundaries and clear encroachments.

Problems due to Plastic's overuse

news Speaking on the occasion of World Environment Day, Smt Latha Narasimhamurthy, talked about the effects of plastic on our environment and called upon the residents to reduce plastic bags use, to segregate waste at source and therefore join hands in making HSR Layout a Zero Grabage ward.

CM's visit to lake

news Chief Minister Siddharamaiah visited Agara lake on Saturday and inspected the lake. Various problems leading to the condition of the lake were discussed. Large number of HSR Layout residents were present as were MLA Sri Satish Reddy, MP Sri Anant Kumar and Corporator Smt Latha Narasimhamurthy.

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