To understand the ecological impact that indiscriminate mining has had on the forests in Bellary, Chitradurga and Tumkur, a team led by Dr V K Bahuguna, Director General of Indian Council of Forest

Karnataka has sought Rs 2,605.99 cr

Citing that the drought situation in the State is indeed of a serious nature, the Central team which visited the State to assess the drought situation in December has opined that there is no exaggeration in Karnataka’s claims.

In Karnataka, 2,500 farmers took their lives last year. But the BJP government is turning a blind eye to their plight, reports Imran Khan

The Supreme Court on Friday asked its central empowered committee (CEC) to enquire into allegations of mining irregularities by Jindal Steel and Adani Enterprises, based on the Karnataka Lokayukta

The Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE), appointed by the Supreme Court to conduct a macro-level environment impact assessment study report of Bellary district in Karnataka in

A government body assessing the environmental impact of mining in Karnataka has in its report recommended restricting of iron ore mining in the state to 30 million tonne per year, a newspaper said

The committee constituted by the Supreme Court to assess the environmental impact of rapacious iron ore mining in Bellary, Chitradurga and Tumkur, will submit its findings on Thursday, Director-Gen

The BJP government in the state on Friday accepted a part of the July 27 report of the Karnataka Lokayukta on illegal mining by approving action against 442 government officials identified in the r

Sesa Goa expects the mining ban in Karnataka to be lifted by December, enabling the Vedanta group firm to resume normal production in the state from early 2012.

The Environment Ministry has decided not to consider any integrated steel plants and sponge iron plants that are dependent on iron ore from districts of Bellary, Tumkur and Chitradurga in Karnataka