It aims to supply BS VI quality fuel by 2020; gets environmental clearance for upgrading facility
NEW DELHI: Strongly contesting the charge of the Congress and a report of the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) that private insurance companies have made huge profits from the PM Crop Insur
The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed concern over vanishing wetlands in the country, including in Bengaluru, and asked the Centre to explain the “huge amount” of money spent on various works rel
At least 349 people across the state have been diagnosed with dengue in three days. According to the health department, the cases were registered in just 72 hours.
Tunga dam reaches full reservoir level
A flood-like situation prevails in some parts of the state as rains continued on Thursday.
In 2016, south interior Karnataka recorded 22 per cent deficit rainfall during the southwest monsoon season (June-September).
Karnataka on Tuesday criticised the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal’s decision for releasing water to Tamil Nadu every month, saying “it is like God sending rain to the state”.
The forest department has recommended the abolition of the posts of two field directors, saying their work can be done from Bengaluru.
Toeing the line of electricity distribution companies in Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka-based discom Bescom has cancelled the power purchase agreements (PPAs) of 75.6 MW wind power pro
BENGALURU: Foods contaminated by newspaper ink raise serious health concerns since printing ink, besides containing chemical contaminants, may have pathogenic microorganisms.
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