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BELGAUM: While advocates and farmers organizations in north Karnataka have reorganized to put pressure to implement the controversial Kalsa-Bhandura water diversion project, the Karnataka governmen

The High Court has quashed the acquisition of over 4,000 acres of land by Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) for the formation of Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Layout (NPL) on grounds that the process i

Karnataka’s urban poor percentage is way higher than the national average and has been the same for nearly 30-odd years now.

Rapid pace urbanisation in Bangalore is causing serious problems with respect to provision of basic amenities such as safe drinking water supply. EMPRI has done an exhaustive study to find out the main issues pertaining to water supply system and has suggested solutions for the same.

To counter the mess in the garbage disposal system in Bangalore, the Karnataka government has decided to appoint a top IAS officer as the Special Commissioner in the city corporation, exclusively r

Karnataka requires a staggering Rs 52,000 crore to tide over its drinking water crisis. Of the 59,753 habitations in the state, 32,000 face a shortage.

CHENNAI: Chennai’s roads are the second deadliest in the country, says a report published by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a Delhi-based research organisation.

City ranks fourth in country in number of accidents, according to findings by Centre for Environment and Science.

Kammasandra Lake in Electronics City, that was once a fresh water lake with natural aqua and bird habitat, has turned into a garbage dump yard.

In a bid to find a solution to the garbage problem that is dotting urban spaces, the Centre would soon set up waste-to-compost projects in 500 cities and towns across the country, said the Union Mi