BENGALURU: In its first admission that the number of dengue cases is spiralling threateningly, the BBMP on Wednesday said the city has reported 4,280 cases so far this year, a shocking seven-fold r

BENGALURU: Successive droughts and depletion of groundwater table in Karnataka has destroyed a whopping 2.28 crore arecanut and coconut trees.

BENGALURU: The spread of dengue in the city (BBMP limits) has sharply spiralled upwards as the number of cases has crossed 3,000 as per official figures.What is more worrying is that officials admi

As in previous years, monsoon season this year has been accompanied by a surge in cases of vector-borne diseases like dengue and chikungunya.

BENGALURU: The Karnataka state government is launching a new three-month long mosquito control programme starting July 15 in a bid to eradicate dengue.

At its source, wells are drying up as swathes of forest lie submerged by dams or cut down for rail and power lines

BENGALURU: More than 12 lakh residents in and around Mahadevapura, Dasarahalli, Bommanahalli, Raja Rajeshwari Nagar and Byatarayanapura will get Cauvery drinking water to their homes under the 5th

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

Mandya: The water level at the Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) reservoir has fallen to an alarming 76.9ft against a capacity of 124.80ft.

Improper disposal of solid waste during rainy season being blamed for the situation

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