The Indian tricolour may have lost its indigenous connection with the ‘desi’ cotton variety, with the use of Bt cotton — a proprietary technology of an American seed company.

Karnataka is facing a strange phenomenon: it's in the grip of a drought and floods at the same time. The floods have followed two successive years of drought.

An innovation in dryland farming has brought in much-needed relief to Karnataka’s sagging agriculture sector.

The district tops Karnataka in utilisation of funds released by the Union government under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS).

The sweltering summer heat has aggravated the problem of drinking water supply in most parts of the State, prompting the State Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (RD&PR) to seek the permission of Office of the Chief Electoral Officer (OCEO), Karnataka, to implement approved action plans related to drinking water at the panchayat-level.

Besides, the Revenue department has recently issued a circular stating that water in major reservoirs should be used only for drinking purpose.

Stung by increasing number of positive cases of HIV/AIDS in Dharwad district, the health department has planned a week-long awareness programme 'Samagra Janajagruti Abhiyaan' in the district from M

More than 200 people took ill after drinking contaminated water at Thadakoda village in the taluk on Monday.

They fell ill after drinking water from a tap installed in a drainage. As many as 24 people have been admitted at Garaga Primary Health Centre, the district hospital and the German Hospital in Dharwad. As many as 90 people are receiving treatment as outpatients. A few of those who fell sick are receiving treatment at private hospitals in the taluk.

The 1,000-km pipeline will feed industries at Belgaum, Dharwad, Gadag, Bellary, Davanagere, Chitradurga, Tumkuyr, Ramanagaram & Bengaluru

State-owned gas utility GAIL India Ltd today commissioned a Rs 4,500 crore pipeline carrying gas from the just operationalised Dabhol LNG terminal into Bengaluru that promises to change the energy landscape of the region. The 1,000-km pipeline will feed industries at Belgaum, Dharwad, Gadag, Bellary, Davanagere, Chitradurga, Tumkuyr, Ramanagaram and Bengaluru which have till now been using costlier and polluting liquid fuels like naphtha and diesel as feedstock.

Order of the High Court of Karnataka regarding relocation of stone crusher units to safer zones dated 15/01/2013 in the matter of M/S Siddaroodha Stone Crushing Vs the State of Karnataka.

Urban governance under the 74th Amendment Act has been ignored in Karnataka. A study of Dharwad district shows that the Act is not implemented in letter and spirit and governance and planning is done through a small section in the deputy commissioner's/collector's office and has no links with the chief planning office in the zilla panchayat.