Centre's Mines and Minerals ordinance proposes separate District Mineral Foundation

Supreme Court had ordered setting up a company to undertake environment restoration work in mine ravaged districts in the state

The Supreme Court-appointed Central Empowered Committee (CEC) has recommended grant of approval to the Karnataka government’s proposed scheme of e-auction and re-allotment of 51 cancelled mines in

Farmers allege bidding helps the cash-rich; many couldn't apply

Bengaluru: Greed is once again rearing its ugly head in iron-ore rich Bellary.

The objective of the study was to evaluate the effects of a government insurance program covering tertiary care for people below the poverty line in Karnataka, India, on out-of-pocket expenditures, hospital use, and mortality.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Leo F. Saldhana, Bangalore Vs The Union of India and others dated 27/08/2014 regarding allotment of ecologically sensitive Amrit Mahal Kaval lands in Chitradurga district, Karnataka to Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) for the construction of a weaponised drone testing and manufacture project,

About 40 iron ore mining applications are awaiting lease renewal in the state

Faced with inordinate delay in securing statutory approvals from various state and central government departments for restarting mines, Karnataka-based iron ore miners have sought approval for enha

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.