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.

The steel flyover issue has now reached Raj Bhavan. Governor Vajubhai Vala is consulting his legal experts on concerns raised by citizens’ forums opposing the steel flyover.

Even before the onset of Deepavali and the expected increase in air and noise pollution levels, the diminishing quality of air in Bengaluru over the last five years is a clear cause for concern.

BENGALURU: The quality of air in the city has taken a severe beating over the past five years. From a satisfactory level in 2011, the quality has been downgraded to a moderate level in 2015.

Conical loudspeakers, which give out high-decibel sound, were used at a religious event held in Shantinagar a few days ago

BENGALURU: THE Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)’s Young Indians on Sunday launched the ‘Horn Not OK Please’ (HNOP) campaign at Kempegowda International Airport (KIA).