BENGALURU: After the National Green Tribunal’s (NGT) first order to clean up Bellandur Lake was passed on April 19, urban agencies had seemingly sprung into action.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has ordered the immediate closure of industries in the vicinity of Bellandur Lake, but so far closure notices have been served on only 13 industries.
The southern zone bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday warned the Karnataka government of issuing restraining orders if discharge of untreated sewage into Bellandur Lake is not s
Around 300 people from North Bengaluru of the ‘Steel Flyover Beku’ brigade gathered near Esteem Mall on Sunday to protest against the government’s recent decision to scrap the flyover project.
A fire that broke out a week ago in Bandipur destroyed hundreds of acres
CHENNAI: The Bengaluru steel flyover proposed by the Karnataka government, after having run into protests from the garden city’s environmentally-conscious residents, is soon set to have its fate de
In a city of 66.31 lakh vehicles, Bengaluru traffic policemen, who are managing the chaotic traffic, are more vulnerable to air pollution and respiratory problems, according to a recent study.
BENGALURU: The number of suicides among the farming community in the state doubled in 2015 as compared to 2014, according to the Accidental Deaths and Suicides in India 2015 report of the National
The State Highway 50 development project Stage-3, between Soraba in Shivamogga district and Bhatkal in Uttara Kannada district, has begun, allegedly without clearances from the Centre.
BENGALURU: With anti-cracker campaigns stepping up and cracker sales seen to have lost their sparkle, officials had expected a less polluted Diwali this year.
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