A special commissioner appointed by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) will visit Bellandur lake any time after August 22, when the state government submits its affidavit and present ground details
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to interfere with the Karnataka government's decision to ban the manufacture, supply, sale and use of plastic carry bags and other products.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday shot down an idea for redrawing boundaries of ‘C’ category mines to make them attractive for interested parties for iron ore extraction in Ballari, Tumakuru and Chitr
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) was constituted under the NGT Act, 2010, to provide effective and expeditious disposal of cases relating to environmental protection and conservation of forests an
Karnataka houses the maximum number of wild elephants in India, says the latest elephant census report of the union environment ministry.
Idols made from plaster of Paris continue to be sold across Bengaluru despite a ban in place.
The Centre’s ambitious plan to develop 11 rivers in Karnataka as National Waterways to enable transport of goods has not gone down too well with the Water Resources Department, which has questioned
The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to keep alive a plea that was made by former Karnataka Chief Minister N Dharam Singh against a High Court of Karnataka order for recovery of over Rs 23 cro
Cauvery Hithrakshana Samithi president G Madegowda, on Wednesday, said Chief Minister Siddaramaiah should immediately stop releasing water from the KRS dam to Tamil Nadu.
Although the number of H1N1 positive cases is on the rise this year and two deaths have been reported in Dakshina Kannada district so far, DHO Dr Ramakrishna Rao said that the patients need not pan
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