For over a month now, these vans with monitoring equipments fitted inside, have been idly stationed at the entrance of the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board office on Church street.
Sitting in the backyard of his little homestay property, Veerabhadra, a farmer turned hospitality entrepreneur, tries to look beyond his field glittering with fireflies.
Enhanced Metro connectivity, lack of parking space and congested roads attributed to lesser demand for four-wheelers
BENGALURU: Visitors and vendors at the Jayanagar market on Sunday witnessed a unique political campaign.
BENGALURU:One would expect those working in the health directorate to be the most knowledgeable about diseases and their implications.
BENGALURU:The much vaunted two-stroke auto scrapping scheme announced by the transport department seems to have failed.
BENGALURU: One of the last remaining lung spaces in Bengaluru, the Bannerghatta National Park (BNP), is in the thick of controversy with quarrying activity continuing in the buffer zone.
BENGALURU: Even as Tuberculosis (TB) activists are protesting for access to life-saving drugs Bedaquiline and Delaminid, in the national capital, in the backdrop of the End-TB Summit in Delhi to be
BENGALURU: A day after the release of a report on the city’s air quality by Co-media lab and Climate Trends which highlighted shocking levels of air pollution in the city, the Karnataka State Pollu
BENGALURU: The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) and the Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (KIADB) came under severe criticism from the office of the Accountant General (Ec
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