BENGALURU: The city’s biggest lake has become its largest septic tank and the blame goes to the government and civic agencies, which have failed to discharge their duties, a commission appointed by

An analyis of air quality of 10 state capitals of the country during last winter and in the past two months this summer has showed that they too are in the "dangerous grip" of a multi-pollutant cri

BENGALURU: Traffic, vehicles and Bengaluru usually don’t make for happy news together. But here’s a story that breaks the tradition.

BENGALURU: Commuters are paying a heavy price for Namma Metro work from Byappanahalli to Whitefield: Stranded on jampacked roads, they inhale dust from construction activities along the stretch.

For over a month now, these vans with monitoring equipments fitted inside, have been idly stationed at the entrance of the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board office on Church street.

Under the Green Bengaluru project, a tree census will be conducted and no tree will be allowed to be chopped down for any development work.

BENGALURU: Visitors and vendors at the Jayanagar market on Sunday witnessed a unique political campaign.

Estimate that, if ‘business as usual’ continues, CO2 emission from vehicles will increase by nearly 24 times

BENGALURU:The much vaunted two-stroke auto scrapping scheme announced by the transport department seems to have failed.

Over the past few years, Bengaluru’s water crisis has been manifesting itself in multiple forms, from lakes spewing froth and bursting into flames to residential complexes almost entirely dependent

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