Karnataka considers to build 'Bengaluru Design District' on lines of Dubai


Bengaluru, Oct 18 (IANS): If everything goes well, the Karnataka government is all set to establish the 'Bengaluru Design District' on lines of Dubai Design District popularly known as d3.

Dubai District Design (d3) established in 2013 is a space where the world of design, art, and fashion co-exist, where new perspectives are provided and a change of the ordinary to the extraordinary is made possible.

Keeping in mind to set up the proposed 'Bengaluru Design District', C.N. Ashwath Narayan, the Minister for IT/Bt and S&T, GoK, visited the d3 (Dubai Design District) on Sunday, along with senior officials among others.

C.N. Meena Nagaraj, Director of IT, Arun Director Digital ISDC, Ivan A. Fernandes, Managing Director Regent Technologies, Sathar Al Karan, Founder of ArtUAE visited Dubai Design District and Al Serkal Avenue, Dubai to explore the Design, Art and technology ecosystem in Dubai for the establishment of the same in Bengaluru.

Majid Almari, CEO of Real Estate registration and services Dubai Land Department, Govt of Dubai received the minister and had a discussion for future collaborations pertaining to various initiatives.

"d3 enables disruptive thinking to create a world of endless possibilities through beautifully designed spaces and unique community offerings. Taking inspiration from d3, the Karnataka government has the objective of setting up a design district to an extent of 100-150 acres in Bengaluru. Along with this the government also wants to organise 'Banglore Design Festival' as the world's largest design festival" the Minister explained.

Narayan further said, "Bengaluru Design District will be a global outsourcing destination for various design domains. It will be a creatively stimulating environment that will keep creators, makers, and designers in one place. It will benefit Corporates design centers, Media and Advertising Companies, Product / Service Design companies, Design Startups, Digital design companies among others."

The Design District project is proposed by ISDC (International Skill Development Corporation) and Jain university in association with the World Design Council, UK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Vincy, Bangkok

    Fri, Oct 22 2021

    First let them have good toilets for public use. The petrol pumps toilets only a dream never come true.The government never think highway crossing bridge ,foot path and good toilets for public. we are populated country we need sanitary facilities but nobody talk about it. Hope BDD has toilets too.

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  • Indian, Sharjah

    Tue, Oct 19 2021

    He just wanted to show that he had been to Dubai on tax payers money and acknowledging that Bangalore is far behind. It's just a dream and in reality it will take 20 years even if he wants the infrastructure to be developed like Dubai.

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  • ??????? ?????? ???????, Kadeshivalya / Bantwal

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    ತುಂಬಾ ಒಳ್ಳೆಯ ಹೆಜ್ಜೆ..

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  • Narayana S., Bengaluru

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Our great minister C.N. Ashwath Narayan, the Minister for IT/Bt and S&T, GoK gone to dubai to copy and paste something from Dabai. But before that he told them he can help in many things including waste management. Intelligent people of our state try something of your OWN. Don't copy others this is a common feature of us!

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  • Hasan-Zain, Doha

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Not Possible here.. Before project start hundreds of departments approval required (Like Forest environment, agriculture, Mining, Archeological, Indusrtial etc etc.. until this approvals comes our three generation pass away.

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  • N.M, mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    This guy has travelled to Dubai to enjoy and have fun. All these photo ops will still lead to BJP 's defeat in 2023.

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  • Wilfred Fernandes, Vamadapadavu/Dubai

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Good Idea.......But why can't it be in Mangalore. Also Please make sure of access points, Parking facilities like Dubai. Also please allow the occupants to eat what they want. If you want MNC in India, Crate that atmosphere.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Thane

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Many years back one Idiot wanted to turn Mumbai into Singapore ...

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  • Evans C Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USA.

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Jossey Saldanha, Thane, I fully agree with your comments and I have words to express.

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  • AG, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    First maje sure you can provide basic working infrastructure... tten talk of imaginary vision that youll talk about.

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    With prevailing road and traffic situation, 30 to 50% kind of swallow....its just a time pass statement and fooling people! They cant even keep the road sides clean from debris un attended for ever....!!

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Bengaluru is always getting flooded even with the little rain.....if bengaluru gets rain like dk/udupi .....then....God save me from saying some words ....god forbid ....may almighty bless them all

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  • John pinto, Mumbai

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Hope there is no GST for dreaming

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  • Darshan, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Few days back an organisation having affiliation to ruling dispensation ... Was proclaiming all Islamic countries are coming together ....to make India into a Muslim nation .. With what face this minister from ruling party can be in serious talks ...in Dubai ... Or ..are all such speeches hog wash For a Gullible village audience ...but forget all well read today even villages ..

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  • kumara, abu dhabi

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    where will you make it?, i will buy land in that area, or has it already been sold?

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  • Amith, udupi

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    first tackle the traffic problems in banglore ..to reach anywhere its a pain..if you have 10% of the vision of dubai you will succeed..just look at the metro rail network and the flyovers in dubai and the quality of construction .. and look at our flyovers ..its the same companies who work but in india 50% of the money is swallowed by politicians and quality is compromised

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  • pili, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Dubai is working with no kickbacks.. if these people learn this theory and promise honesty, why Dubai we can beat America..

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    I hope sur had a great holiday in dubai. Now please come back to blore and its reality and please do something to fill the road potholes.

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  • Dr Alexander Dsouza, USA

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    It is great News, But first make sure it is well maintained and please teach people how to keep clean. Cleanliness should come in our Agenda #1.

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    He has to teach first the people of karnataka state. Spitting anywhere, everywhere and on the passersby by filling their mouth with dirty pan parag/madhu/Supari/beeda and worst is collected phlegm.....yuckkk. I dont think so in Dubai people spit wherever and whenever they want ....sssh dirty....What design to show in dubai?

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  • Shivraj K, Bangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Since his visit is more of a pleasure trip on official account/tax payers --- he has to make big ticket announcements -- to justify -- IF REALLY SERIOUS THERE ARE ENOUGH DESIGNERS IN INDIA AND BANGALORE - WHO COULD ADVISE -- ---------------------------- BANGALORE CITY --MANY BUILDINGS ARE IN DILAPIDATED STATE - RAINS HAVE BROUGHT DOWM MANY BUILDINGS -- RUINED MANY HOUSES / LIVELIHOODS AND ---- THIS MINISTER IS IN DUBAI --

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  • Anand Kumar, Mangagala Uru

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Why Muslim ideas now? By the way I spent 20 years in Dubai. Only people who I'll treated me were Indians. Had good relations with all others.

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  • Pacific Heights, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    The middle eastern nationals do not consider the Indians 'you know who' as 'real ' . No matter how much the INdians have called and screamed that they are 'brothers' , BUT to this day the arabs have not acknowledged it. The great scholar Muhammad Al Arifi has said it very clear.

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  • Nabeel, Dubai

    Tue, Oct 19 2021

    Arabs don't own Islam, each and evert Muslim is messenger of Islam. No scholar is bigger than the Prophet who said Arabs have no superiority over non Arabs and vice versa. Also, If you follow every Friday prayer sermon yoi'd know what is in it. Muslims don't follow scholars, we follow Quran and Sunnah. however, been born and brough up with Arab friends i've never heard anyone saying this. Only few Indian crooks believe this BS

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  • John, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Many buildings have fallen in Bangalore recently

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  • C.S.N. Mascarenhas, Kadri/Mangalore

    Tue, Oct 19 2021

    That means Bengaluru Design has failed prior to start????

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  • Sandeep, Karla

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    My dear Government, please focus on cleanliness, drainage and pothole issues around you. Your dreaming while you are sleepIng on the piles of garbage around you.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    was about to fall off my chair laughing...dubai and bengaluru...raat din ka farakh hai...the corrupt administration system in this country will never allow proper infrastructure to be built in the first place..chalo at least good for dreaming..

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  • El En Tea, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Even Modi was telling India will have world class Airports Existing Airports were sold to Adani is world class?

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    1st provide jobs 2 da youths, reduce GDP=gas diesel petrol, & reduce burden on external loans. den make your show-case.

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    Only wasting money by going on foreign trips and learning things from Dubai. Dubai or UAE is a artificial place created in a desert. There is no much of flora and fauna in the country like India. Land is owned by the ruler not like ours which is a democratic system.

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Mon, Oct 18 2021

    PANPINA SULLU ANDALA KENRE YEDDE APUNDU ATTA...

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