Bengaluru: Eleven districts of Karnataka recorded 837 fresh tuberculosis cases in a week starting July 17 this year, data from the state government's ongoing Active Case Finding initiative, part of
BENGALURU: The Karnataka state government is launching a new three-month long mosquito control programme starting July 15 in a bid to eradicate dengue.
BENGALURU: Chief minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday said the age-long dispute with Tamil Nadu could have been avoided if timely action was taken to conserve resources.
BENGALURU: After years of illegal mining in the state, the Supreme Court-appointed central empowered committee (CEC) visited Karnataka to assess mining activities in the districts of Ballari, Chitr
A study conducted by two wildlife researchers has indicated that 32 wildlife species are vulnerable to human-animal conflicts across the country.
BENGALURU: India may be home to 15% of the global livestock population, but its contribution to the global methane emissions by the domesticated animals is only 10.63%, a study by the National Inst
Hearing a plea for anticipatory bail by senior IAS officer Mahendra Jain, the high court on Thursday ordered a notice to the Lokayukta's special investigation team.
Bengaluru: With the foul, chemical air emanating from the Graphite India Limited (GIL) plant in Doddanakundi, Whitefield, becoming unbearable, residents want the National Green Triunal to intervene
BENGALURU: Groundwater in 29 out of 30 districts in the state is contaminated by one pollutant or the other but don't trust a quality testing laboratory to give you the accurate picture.
BENGALURU: The threat of a Zika virus-related infection looms large over Bengaluru, say doctors, citing the increasing incidence of Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS), largely seen in patients with the
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