Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s. DLF Ltd. Bangalore Vs The Chairman, KSPCB & Others dated 25/01/2019 regarding grant of consent to establish to DLF for a housing colony on the banks of Arkavati River near Tippagondanahalli Water Reservoir, Bangalore, Karnataka.

Vrushabhavathi Valley, a tributary of Arkavathi river that flows through Bengaluru, is in dire neglect.

The High Court on Monday directed the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) to submit an action taken report on the steps taken to prevent the pollution of Thippagondanahalli (TG) reservo

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s. Sree Divya Granites Bangalore Vs The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board Bangalore dated 06/12/2013 regarding closure

The rapid growth of urban India has added new saliency to the resource conflict between the burgeoning cities and village India that continues to be the home for vast majority of Indians. Cities, like living organisms, depend on external metabolic flows to keep them alive. Among all the metabolic flows of matter and energy none is more important than water - especially water used for meeting basic drinking water and other domestic consumption needs. This paper develops a metabolic framework for domestic water use in Bangalore, one of the fastest growing urban agglomerations in India.

The International Day of Action for Rivers on March 14 passed by without a murmur in Bangalore.

The Arkavathy sub-basin, which is part of the Cauvery basin, is a highly stressed, rapidly urbanising watershed on the outskirts of the city of Bengaluru. This situation analysis document summarises the current state of knowledge on water management in the Arkavathy sub-basin and identifies critical knowledge gaps.

A three member committee will be formed to chalk out plans to rejuvenate Arkavati river, said Transport minister R Ashok on Sunday.

Prayer time Transport Minister R Ashok, MP Ananth Kumar Yelahanka MLA S R Vishwanath and Dasarahalli MLA Muniraju offering prayers at Tippagondanahalli reservoir on Sunday. DH photo

The Arkavathy River Conservation Forum is taking out a four-day padayatra from Nandi hills to Thippagondanahalli covering 101 kms from September 3, to create awareness among people on the need for reviving the dried up Arkavathy river.

The High Court has directed the Government to submit a report on the damage caused to ecology due to rampant sand mining along the banks of Arkavathi river in Ramanagara.