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.

The road from General Post Office (GPO) towards the Balekundri Circle has a road divider with some big and beautiful trees.

Overexploitation In Bangalore Urban, Rural, Says Report

Bangalore: The city stares at an arid future. Bangalore Urban and Rural districts, besides Chikkaballapur and Kolar, have exhausted their
groundwater, show statistics available with the Central Ground Water Board (CGWB).

Bangalore: “Let’s change Bangalore from a city of air conditioners to an air-conditioned city.”

To convey this message to citizens, cricketer Javagal Srinath has joined Anil Kumble, Rahul Dravid and Robin Uthappa in spearheading Green Wicket, a campaign to make students more conscious about waste segregation, water conservation, saving energy and maintaining hygiene. It was launched by Karnataka State Pollution Control Board on March 4.

The Bada Manvarthe Kaval (BM Kaval) is home to peacocks, deer, rabbits, jackals and a variety of winged creatures.

Initiative Helps Them Run Weighing, Testing Machines On This Energy

Bangalore: Power interruptions don’t interrupt them. As many as 522 milk cooperatives in the state are using solar power to run electronic weighing and testing machines, all thanks to an initiative by the SELCO Foundation.

India's first electric bus has started running on Bangalore's roads. The route on the busy Majestic-Kadugodi road in Bangalore has India's first electric bus.

The `12,912 crore Yettinahole drinking water project, which was approved by the Karnataka Cabinet recently, has crossed all hurdles, including getting the much-needed clearance from the Union Minis

Revenue surplus is estimated at Rs 281 crore. Fiscal deficit is expected to be Rs 20,041 crore-- 2.92 per cent GSDP

Apparently Lok Sabha elections weighing on his mind, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today spared the common man of additional tax burden in budget 2014-15.