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

Tigers are getting too close for comfort: three human deaths in five days have once more brought the man-animal conflict into focus.

Statistics with TOI show the state has seen 30 human deaths since April this year. While 23 were killed in elephant attacks, the rest succumbed to attacks by tigers, leopards, wild boars and bears. In the same period, around 300 head of cattle were killed by wild animals.
A senior forest official said 2013-14 is set to see even higher number of casualties due to this conflict. "We've crossed just half the year, and the numbers are scary," he said.

Five-day international Krishi Mela begins at agriculture varsity
colourful examples: Visitors admire flowers at the International Krishi Mela 2013 in Bangalore on Thursday. dh photo

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Thursday said integrated farming system should be encouraged among farmers, especially those who are into dryland farming.

If Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike's plan for plastic waste piling up in dump yards is executed, your ride on city roads could be much smoother.

The Karnataka high court has asked the state government to strictly comply with the directions passed by it on an earlier direction with regards to protection of lakes in Bangalore city and also ac

Delhi on Diwali is about as happy a city as any other metro but it is certainly the noisiest and smokiest.

Delhi at Diwali is about as happy a city as any other metro - but it is also the noisiest and smokiest.

Engineering graduates among 1,858 land surveyors recruited

Revenue Minister V Sreenivas Prasad on Wednesday announced that a re-survey of revenue lands in the State will be taken up under the National Land Records Modernisation Programme (NLRMP).

The deadly foot-and-mouth disease, which claimed over 700 cattle this year in the state, is becoming a major cause of worry.

The toll shot up from 456 last week to 730, more than the total number of deaths reported in the past seven years. Low subscription of the available vaccination could well be the reason for the outbreak.

Deskbound lifestyle, smoking, obesity, fast food consumption and high stress levels have led to a rise in incidence of heart disease in the younger generation.

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