Bengaluru: The controversial steel flyover between Basaveshwara Circle and Esteem Mall, Hebbal has run into a green road block after the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order has made State Environme

As the state bears the pain of a second consecutive drought year, crop insurance is again in sharp focus.

Given the slew of political appointments to State Pollution Control Boards, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has stipulated that only those with a degree in environmental engineering or a degree i

Bengaluru: The state government seems to have landed in the dock over its order that forest land encroachments below three acres should not be touched for eviction.

Karnataka state government signed an MoU on Monday with Netherlands' government for a waste to energy technology which will be utilised to dispose Bengaluru filth.

Authorities okay with plan to build offices on lake bed as demolition drive continues on such land in B'luru

Centre's Mines and Minerals ordinance proposes separate District Mineral Foundation

Farmers allege bidding helps the cash-rich; many couldn't apply

The State government has embarked upon the field verification process of the Ecological Sensitive Area (ESA) in the Western Ghats range, as recommended by the Dr K Kasturirangan committee, in the 1

In keeping with a 1996 Supreme Court judgement, the State government will now include private lands as deemed forests if they meet the criteria it has laid down.The Forest department, in a meeting on May 24, had stated that those lands, which had 50 naturally grown trees per hectare, over and above the height of 30 cm, will be considered as deemed forest.