BENGALURU: The government’s plan to encourage rooftop solar electricity generation in Bengaluru has fallen way behind its target in the current year.

BENGALURU: With an estimated seven lakh tons of fuelwood required for curing tobacco every year in Karnataka, more than 300 hectares of forest land are lost annually.

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has decided to put off for time being its plans to use nuclear power to increase lifespan of India's second lunar mission Chandrayaan 2 as there has been d

Jogimatti reserve forest in Chitradurga district has got the tag of a Wildlife Sanctuary.

BENGALURU: KSPCB says air and noise pollution has decreased this Diwali. One wonders if the continuous rains in the city have played a role in decreasing pollution?

BENGALURU: Following steady rains from the beginning of November, the cases of vector-borne diseases have shot up.

MALLESWARAM: In just 14 years, Bengaluru’s vegetation has come down by 62 per cent, and 85 per cent of its water bodies have disappeared, according to a study.

BENGALURU: Climate change poses muttiple threats to mankind. The phenonemon triggers a chain of events.

BENGALURU: There is a huge disparity between the numbers provided by the state government and a surveillance result by doctors at St John’s Medical College regarding those affected with dengue.

NeTRA (Nekkundi Tank Rejuvenation Association), an umbrella organisation of five residents’ groups set up to protect and rejuvenate the Doddanekundi Lake, celebrated its first anniversary on Sunday