Wildlife biologists have confirmed that the tiger found dead a week ago in Bhadra Tiger Reserve was the same animal released into the wild after much fanfare by former Environment Minister Jairam R

Bangalore : In a classic case of official apathy, the country’s first energy park at the City’s Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain has been allowed to die a quick death within years of its launch, resulting in a loss of crores of rupees to the exchequer.

Strict vigilance to stop plastic items being brought inside forest
The State government has finally woken up to curb the harm caused by tourists to the unique landscape of the Gopalaswamy Hills, one of the ranges of the Bandipur Tiger Reserve.

Nature care: A view of the Venugopalaswamy Temple atop the mountain .

Scientists find Gujarat, Gangetic plains have ideal conditions to harness solar energy
Bangalore, The Energy and Wetland Research Group (EWRG), Centre for Ecological Sciences (CES), Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have jointly mapped the solar hotspots of the country.

Investment in solar power generation will now be less risky and eco-friendly as scientists from IISc have come out with pri