The state government's desperation is becoming evident. It wants Bangaloreans to install solar panels on their rooftops, sell surplus power and help the government tide over power crisis.
BANGALORE: Symptoms of fever, cold, cough and body-ache could be an indication of H1N1 or influenza A, which has surged of late and killed 14 people this year in the state.
NGALORE: Continuing their agitation against the dumping of waste in their backyard, Mandur villagers launched an indefinite hunger strike on Sunday.
Mandur villagers are restive. With the ban orders in force and BBMP garbage trucks continuing to dump garbage in their midst, they have decided to go on a satyagraha from Friday .
Minister Ramalinga Reddy and officials assured the protesters they would sort out the garbage issue, but sped away when the situation threatened to turn hostile
The BDA formed a layout on Venkataraya lake at Gubbalala near Uttarahalli.
The acute water shortage and mid summer heat have made life miserable across the state.
Think globally and act locally’ to preserve nature was the message of Earth Day celebrations at RV Teachers’ College here on Tuesday.
The State government will release Rs 250 crore in two instalments to mitigate drinking water shortage during summer, Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Minister H K Patil has said.
The division bench directed BBMP and amicus curiae Vaishali Hegde to suggest some names of environmentalists to constitute a committee to monitor felling of trees and address public grievances.
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