Bengaluru Urban district administration recently identified 93 villages, where residents are suffering from fluorosis, once again bringing to the fore the issue of unsafe drinking water.
BENGALURU: Come September, bikers will ride a route tracing the flow of the Cauvery from Talacauvery in the state to Thiruvarur in Tamil Nadu, creating awareness about a sustainable solution to pre
Bengaluru: The high court on Wednesday directed the government to submit a status report on categorisation of areas on the basis of permitted sound levels for effective implementation of the Noise
The National Green Tribunal has come to the rescue of residents of Electronics City Phase-II.
Bengaluru: Karnataka has been witnessing a drastic change in rainfall pattern and distribution over the past two decades, resulting in frequent drought, floods and untimely rain.
Bengaluru: How bad is the air we breathe? What impact does the city’s toxic air have on our health?
Recently, the BBMP Additional Commissioner for public health, D Randeep, launched a network of 40 air quality monitoring devices that have been installed across the city.
BENGALURU: Bellandur is reeling under severe water crisis as borewells in the area are drying up, while water tankers have jacked up prices in view of increasing demand.
Bengaluru: Six dying lakes in the city are all set to witness a revival with five corporates and private companies officially adopting them for rejuvenation, said government officials.
BENGALURU: The government’s decision to forge ahead with the elevated corridor project has moved experts, environmentalists and citizens to argue against an undertaking that they believe will exace
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