India’s tech hub, Bengaluru, may soon run out of water like Cape Town in South Africa, which is facing a severe water crisis, a statement from the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) said on W

Mantri Techzone Private Limited submitted an affidavit before the National Green Tribunal on March 19 in a case relating to Bellandur Lake.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday slapped a cost of Rs 5 lakh on real estate developer Mantri Techzone Pvt Ltd for failing to file a compliance report on its orders for maintaining a b

CHENNAI: For long, Tamil Nadu has been waging a war with Karnataka to secure its due share of Cauvery water.

Groundwater quality deterioration due to anthropogenic activities has become a subject of prime concern. The objective of the study was to assess the spatial and temporal variations in groundwater quality and to identify the sources in the western half of the Bengaluru city using multivariate statistical techniques. Water quality index rating was calculated for pre and post monsoon seasons to quantify overall water quality for human consumption. The post-monsoon samples show signs of poor quality in drinking purpose compared to pre-monsoon.

The pollution in the city has reached alarming proportions when considered the real situation and its severity is higher when compared to that suggested by the data from Karnataka State Pollution C

Levels monitored during peak hours on arterial roads as part of an independent study; city needs implementable action plan, says researcher

BENGALURU: The fire-spitting Bellandur Lake has once again brought into focus the plight of the city's other waterbodies like Varthur Lake which are equally polluted.

Several places deal with increasing primates’ menace

Calm, and egrets too, returned to Bellandur lake on Sunday, two days after the city's most polluted waterbody was ravaged by a fire.

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