CHENNAI: The four-day all-India elephant census begins in this part of the country from Tuesday .
HYDERABAD: Nothing destroys a forest quite like a bushfire. They cause huge damage to flora and fauna.
BENGALURU: The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) on Wednesday issued closure orders to six industrial units in the Bellandur Lake catchment area.
While the officials from various civic agencies and Urban Development Department are making tall claims that visible progress is being made on the ground in clearing weeds and silt from Bellandur l
While the urban development department is chalking out engineering methods to revive the 900-acre Bellandur lake, the Karnataka Lake Conservation and Development Authority (KLCDA) is planning to im
Marine experts and faculty of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi not to grant environmental clearance to the proposed port at Tadadi in the Aghanshini es
VC speaks on conserving sensitive areas of W Ghats
Mangalore University Vice Chancellor Prof K Byrappa inaugurates the international conference on
The current water level in the dam is 84.75 ft, down from 105.57 ft in the corresponding period last year.
The study points out that wastage due to leakages and indiscriminate use is adding to the growing problem.
The Karnataka Biodiversity Board and the Western Ghats Task Force have entrusted the CES with the task to undertake the biodiversity mapping of Uttara Kannada.
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