When a residential complex near Bellandur Junction recently drilled a borewell, they found water at a depth of 1,050 ft. "This is the sixth borewell we got drilled in 10 years.
The State Cabinet on Thursday decided to constitute an advisory committee to examine and make appropriate recommendation to the State government on proposals seeking denotification of lands under t
BENGALURU: Rising concerns about pollution in major Indian cities have led to a dramatic increase in sales of home air purifiers.
BENGALURU: The country's first city to get electricity also suffers the ignominy of having nearly 33,000 households without power supply.
BENGALURU: The death audit committee of the State Health Department has confirmed nine deaths due to dengue and 3,859 positive cases since January in the state.
Transport and District In-charge Minister Ramalinga Reddy on Monday said panchayat development officers (PDOs), who fail to ensure efficient garbage disposal under their gram panchayats limits on t
As many as 2,573 positive cases of dengue have come to light in Karnataka so far, out of which 787 are from the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) limits, alone.
The BBMP on Monday lodged a police complaint against Biocon for dumping chemical waste at the Terra Firma waste-processing unit near Doddaballapur in Bengaluru Rural district.
Raids conducted at 19 locations where greenery was plundered; equipment seized
One of the quarries that was raided in Anekal taluk of Bengaluru Urban district on Wednesday.
'Project benefits minimal, but harm to eco-sensitive zones substantial'
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