Darshan Devaiah B P works as Senior Sub Editor for The Indian Express Online (indianexpress.com) from Bengaluru. He reports on urban issues and has experience using Right to Information (RTI) as a reporting tool.
The Golden Chariot will cover tourist destinations in Karnataka, Kerala, Puducherry, and other south Indian states. Its coaches are equipped with features such as a small wardrobe, vanity desk, LCD TV, electric sockets for recharging batteries and a private washroom.
According to the civic body, the parking spaces will be equipped with sensors installed along the roads, which will send information about available slots to the display boards on the streets, and also to a dedicated mobile app which can be downloaded by the vehicle users.
The junior doctors and postgraduate students are on strike from 2 November against an alleged assault by members of Karnataka Rakshana Vedike a pro-Kannada group at Minto Ophthalmic Hospital in Bengaluru.