Dust levels have gone up in mixed urban pockets
Bangalore: Residential and commercial areas are more polluted than industrial areas in the City, which has the highest levels of both air and noise pollution.

According to a study by the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), dust levels with chemical and toxic emissions have gone up in mixed urban areas (which have both commercial and

MCC, KSPCB?undertook joint operation inspecting five firms
MCC?officers inspect plastic at an industry in Mysore on Friday. In-charge Health Officer Sudha, environmental engineers Girijamma, Rekha,?Shafinaz and Shakuntala are seen.

Mysore, Agitators warn of intensifying stir if civic body fails to act

Cutting across party lines, a group of leaders along with prominent residents staged a protest demanding the shifting of Excel Plant (waste treatment unit) at Sewage Farm in Vidyaranyapuram, in the city on Wednesday.

The protesters including women, led by former MLA?M?K?Somashekar under the banner of

Efforts are being made by the civic body to improve greenery by promoting massive tree plantation with people

Mysore, Home and Transport Minister R Ashoka urged the Union Government to grant permission to use biofuels.
Welcome: Home and Transport Minister R Ashoka welcoming a passenger to board a bus headed to Kuvempunagar as part of Bus Day celebrations, in Mysore on Monday. MUDA Chairman L Nagendra and others are also seen.

Mysore, Southern and eastern parts of the city will be supplied with water from Kapila

As the work on the drinking water component under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (Jn-nurm) progresses in a snail

The poor operation and maintenance of ground level reservoirs puts the people

Give green signal to building project; All Acacia trees will be felled
The 15-member committee has cleared the decks for the University of Mysore to construct a hostel building and a building for the biodiversity and bioprospecting project.

The evironmentalists have saved eight major trees from being felled in the campus after a careful assessment of the area and the building projec

The objective of the study was to study the prevalence of prediabetes among school children in Mysore city.


Shyam Sundar Vattam

In the name of urbanisation, the city is losing a variety of exotic birds. Converting agricultural lands into sites, encroaching upon the natural tanks and using of pesticides by farmers in the surroundings of the city have resulted in the dwindling population of the birds, writes Shyam Sundar Vattam

Endangered: Great White Pelican.