Union Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan on Thursday said her Ministry will express opposition if there was any damage caused to agricultural lands or environment under the Kochi-Mangalore gas

Houses across 20 villages will benefit from the end of next month

Dakshina Kannada’s first multi-village water supply project which will supply drinking water to 20 villages across eight gram panchayats in Mangalore taluk is expected to be operational by the year-end.

The government will set up an official committee to monitor adherence to environmental laws by factories and industries in the State.

Addressing presspersons here on Wednesday, Minister for Forests, Ecology and Environment B. Ramanath Rai said the proposed committee, comprising officials of the department, would visit industrial areas and conduct inspections of small, medium and large-scale industries in the private and public sector.

A special health scheme will be implemented for endosulfan victims in the district, Health Minister V.S. Sivakumar has said.

Several government projects have ‘technically’ flouted regulatory norms

From bureaucratic tangles, lack of awareness – even by some government departments – to staff shortages, the implementation of Coastal Regulatory Zone (CRZ) norms in the district is hit by administrative issues.

: If you're worried about garbage piling up in your locality, just send an SMS to 9900536633 in this format -- COM, ward number, area/street name, waste not cleared for (number of) days.

Units to be set up in B'lore, M'lore, Belgaum, Gulbarga

The State government has decided to set up Disaster Response Forces (DRFs) in Bangalore, Mangalore, Belgaum and Gulbarga.
The four DRFs, each with a fixed area of operation, will cover the entire state taking up rescue and rehabilitation works in case of any natural calamity or man-made disaster, according to official sources.

The people's movement against the proposed 4,000-MW ultra mega power project (UMPP) at Niddodi near Moodbidri is gaining momentum with villagers of Puthige joining them in the fight.

NMDC is setting up a 1.8-million-tonne-per-annum (mtpa) beneficiation plant and a 1.2-mtpa pellet plant at an investment of Rs 650 crore

KIOCL, a steel ministry undertaking facing severe shortage of iron ore for its pellet plant in Mangalore, is planning to partner public sector mining giant NMDC for a pellet plant in Karnataka.

Heavy rains that lashed the State’s coastal districts claimed five lives in Dakshina Kannada and two in Kasargod district on Tuesday.

Four persons of a family were killed when a compound wall at a higher reach collapsed on their tiled roof houses below, in the wee hours of Tuesday, at Dalit Colony, Thottilaguri near Bajpe, in Mangalore taluk.

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