Sulugodu farmer Sooraj thrives by making best use of little rain received

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Samaj Parivartana Samudaya & Others Vs State of Karnataka & Others dated 21/03/2017 regarding mining lessees to pay 10% of the sale proceeds of mining to the Monitoring Committee for eventual transfer to the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) that has been constituted to implement the Comprehensive Environment Plan for the Mining Impact Zone (CEPMIZ) in the Districts of Bellary, Chitradurga and Tumkur of the State of Karnataka.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday asked the Karnataka government and its various agencies to submit within two weeks affidavits on the recent outbreak of fire in Bellandur lake in Bengalu

Realising the gravity of water crisis in Madikeri, the Madikeri Urban Development Authority (MUDA) has decided to make rainwater harvesting mandatory for newly-built commercial complexes and houses

Sessions judge tells students at Parisara Mitra Shale award ceremony
Conservation of the environment should be taken up on priority, said District and Session Judge T Venkatesh Naik.

Bhadra backwaters attract wild animals as other water bodies dry faster

BENGALURU: When it was launched in 2013, the programme 'Shuddha Neeru' was touted as a panacea for the drinking water woes of the people of Karnataka.

'City on brink of danger; timely action need of the hour'

Two weeks after the government scrapped its controversial steel flyover plan, the National Green Tribunal ruled such a project cannot be executed without environmental clearance.

The Karnataka high court on Monday directed the counsels representing both the state as well central government to ascertain by Wednesday the steps taken in the matter of implementation of the dire

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