The wild elephant menace, an annual feature generally experienced around Bannerghatta, seems to have shifted to Anekal and surrounding areas now.In forest area border villages like
Plans are on the anvil to establish 19 seismic monitoring stations in the State to keep a watch on the seismic activity, Home Minister Mallikarjun Kharge said
"Eco-Toilets", a novel project with twin objectives of preventing pollution and slum development initiated by Bangalore-based NGO, was launched at the heavily-populated Rajendranagar slum in the
On the lines of Swaccha Bangalore programme, the Karnataka State Government will launch a garbage clearance programme in five city corporation limits on October 2. The garbage clearance scheme will
The Census of India, 2001carries a special significance in the demographic history of our country.It happens to be the first census of the 21st century as also of the third millennium. That our
Forest watchers with the help of NGOs have apprehended two tribals in Bangalore who were carrying skins of rare variety of wild animals and handed over to the wildlife squad of the Forest
The involvement of villagers in forest management has to a large extent saved vital green cover in Karnataka besides removing inherent forestors-villagers'
The recent death of several fish and birds in the polluted waters of the Kukkarahalli Lake in Mysore is a pointer to the lake nearing its end due to official apathy.Despite repeated warning by
The rehabilitation of tribals at Nagarhole Rajiv Gandhi National Park, which is one of India's best known wildlife reserves and the tribal land of the Deccan Plateau climbs into the Western Ghat
The Karnataka State government has taken a stern decision of not allowing any new mining operations in Western Ghats, Mines and Geology Minister V Muniyappa said
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
How green is green?
Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion