BENGALURU: Historian and author Ramachandra Guha spoke on a lesser known aspect of Mahatma Gandhi’s life — Gandhi’s concern for the environment, here on Sunday.

Mango growers in Karnataka, who were looking to reap a good bounty by exporting their mango crops, are disappointed as the exportg business has been hit due to Nipah virus scare.

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.

Tripura government has embarked into a plan to provide power connection to 52,000 odd remote tribal families tapping solar energy by six moths under Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana (Saub

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.

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