The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed concern over vanishing wetlands in the country, including in Bengaluru, and asked the Centre to explain the “huge amount” of money spent on various works rel
Officials cite study during traffic diversion from Nrupathunga Road
Bengaluru: With the foul, chemical air emanating from the Graphite India Limited (GIL) plant in Doddanakundi, Whitefield, becoming unbearable, residents want the National Green Triunal to intervene
BENGALURU: The threat of a Zika virus-related infection looms large over Bengaluru, say doctors, citing the increasing incidence of Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS), largely seen in patients with the
Residents are having a harrowing time at Chinnappanahalli lake near Marathalli due to the foul smell from the dead fish floating on the lake.
The hearing on the Bellandur lake pollution matter continues on Thursday in the new National Green Tribunal.
BENGALURU: A large number of city residents held a candlelight vigil at 6.30 pm at Sarvodaya ABC Centre on Wednesday.
From manufacturing cutlery made of betel leaves in Mangaluru and set ting up a company in Qatar to returning to India with a biodegradable solution to plastic bags, green crusader Ashwath Hegde, 24
Thick smoke billowed from Varthur lake on Tuesday as a huge pile of garbage was set on fire by miscreants.
The downpour over the last couple of days has laid bare the lack of measures to control the frothing in Varthur and Bellandur lakes and rejuvenating the water bodies.
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