Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News Item titled "Bengaluru stadium to get treated water supply for IPL matches amid crisis" appearing in India Today dated 21.03.2024.

Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board was directed to file a detailed report disclosing complete details of quantity and source of water being used in M Chinnaswamy Stadium and also the quality of treated water supplied.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item titled "Netravati Waterfront Promenade Project is Hurting Lives of Common people Stakeholders" appearing in Manglorean dated 26.01.2024.

The implementation of the Forest Rights Act has largely overlooked claims for community forest rights and is fraught with exclusionary practices due to misconceptions about its applicability, according to a new report.

Based on WRI India’s work in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala, the report drives the case for integrating equity into climate action planning, enabling Indian city officials, planners, consultants and community members to deepen their understanding of urban climate hazards, its causes and its impact on communities.

Order of the National Green Tribunal 'News item titled "Once upon a River" appearing in the Bangalore Mirror dated 10.01.2024'.

The application was registered suo motu on the basis of the news item titled "Once upon a river" published in Bangalore Mirror dated January 10, 2024. The news item disclosed the poor water quality of rivers across the state of Karnataka.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item titled "Preserve this lake before it disappears" appearing in  the Bangalore Mirror dated 09.01.2024 dated 21/02/2024.

Order of the Kerala High Court in the matter of human-animal conflict from Mananthavady in Wayanad district. A man was attacked and killed by a wild elephant in the precincts of his house. The court was informed that the elephant in question is one that was radio-collared by the wildlife officials in the neighbouring state of Karnataka pursuant to its repeated forays into human settlements there.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item titled “Effluent seepage from dump yard pollutes drinking water sources" appearing in the Times of India dated 19.12.2023 dated 02/02/2024.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News Item titled "Core breach as structure set up in Kali Tiger Reserve" appearing in the Bangalore Mirror dated 28.12.2023.

The media report says that on illegal construction and infrastructure development in the core area of Kali Tiger Reserve has been created illegally and without approval of the competent authorities.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item titled "Lake buffer zone encroached to make illegal roads in Bengaluru’s Mahadevpura" appearing in Express News Service dated 25.12.2023.

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