Indira Canteen

Indira Can’teens? Subsidies may go, tenants may come 

The State Government, which is already reeling under a fund crunch, is likely to stop funding the Indira Canteens as it has become a burden on the exchequer.

published on : 14th June 2020

Crowd at Indira canteens missing after government decision to charge for food: Siddaramiah

Siddaramaiah claimed that he visited three Indira canteens in RT Nagar in the city in the afternoon and noticed that the usual crowd was missing from there.

published on : 7th April 2020

Free food for poor, finally: BSY reopens Indira Canteens with a twist

The urban poor, daily-wage labourers and others without access to food because of the COVID-19 lockdown may finally get some respite.

published on : 28th March 2020

U-turn: CM shuts Indira Canteens, no alternative

Though a key festival in Karnataka, people have been asked to stay off the roads and support the government’s initiative to curb the spread of coronavirus.

published on : 25th March 2020

Food at Indira canteens to cost more soon

“Nothing can be said about the quality as the contractors at some canteens, where complaints have come from, have not been changed,” he said.

published on : 1st March 2020

Indira canteen food prices to be up in Bengaluru

If the 7-month-old BJP government approves the hike, breakfast dishes will be priced Rs 10 per plate and lunch/dinner items Rs 15 per plate.

published on : 1st March 2020

Plaint filed against Indira Canteen contractors

In the case of construction, the contractors have constructed 19 kitchens on ground but have claimed bills for 27 canteens.

published on : 24th January 2020

Indira Canteens likely to be rechristened into Maharshi Valmiki Anna Kuteera, Cong fumes

The Siddaramaiah government has introduced Indira Canteens in Bengaluru in August 2017.

published on : 18th December 2019