Bengaluru water crisis: Two elephants succumb to thirst after roaming over 50 km in Ramanagara near Karnataka capital

India, April 9 -- Bengaluru recorded its highest temperature in five years on March 29, prompting IMD to issue a heatwave alert The water crisis in and around Bengaluru has now claimed the lives of t... Read More

Water crisis: Is Bengaluru's fate in store for Mangaluru and Shivamogga?

India, April 5 -- Burgeoning urbanisation, vanishing wetlands may impact water resources in these regions too The spectre of 'Day Zero' casts a dark shadow over Bengaluru, but the city's not alone in... Read More

Netravati riverfront project: NGT takes cognisance of CRZ & environmental norm violation allegations, seeks report

India, March 22 -- National Green Tribunal takes action on Netravati waterfront promenade development project The principal bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in New Delhi has initiated actio... Read More

World Sparrow Day 2024: How a Mysuru woman is trying to bring sparrows back to the city

India, March 20 -- Kokila Ramesh Jain makes customised terracotta nests to help attract the birds; she also organises citizen awareness events to highlight their importance Sparrows, that were once a... Read More

Bengaluru water crisis: Citizens raise questions on flourishing tanker business as municipal supply dries up

India, March 13 -- Water tanker operators often fail to produce adequate lab test results confirming water quality As Bengaluru grapples with the most severe drinking water crisis in history, the rel... Read More

Bengaluru water crisis: Is the southern metropolis heading towards Day Zero?

India, March 9 -- City founded by Kempe Gowda following same pattern as Cape Town in 2018 India's third-most populous city is facing the worst potable water crisis in its nearly 500-year history. Ove... Read More

Women's Day 2024: Clean sweep in Karnataka

India, March 8 -- Over 18,000 of thestate's women have transformed the idea of cleanliness into a sustainable business model Plastics are rapidly vanishing from rural and semi-urban Karnataka, thanks... Read More

Water every other day: Bengaluru is drying up & destruction of lakes is the reason

India, Feb. 26 -- City is now dependent on Krishna Raja Sagara reservoir, which received only 75% of its usual inflow last due to poor rainfall in River Cauvery catchment area The gardens of Bengalur... Read More

40 spotted deer translocated within Karnataka marking a new era in wildlife management

India, Feb. 22 -- Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has also successfully translocated bigger herbivores like gaur and sambar, said the state's activists In a bold and path-breaking move, the Sri Cham... Read More

Tourist behaviour in Western Ghats robbing simians of their foraging skills, hurting forest ecosystem, activists say

India, Feb. 16 -- The animals are often given food in packaging, which they discard deep inside forests and pollute the natural environment Tourism bonnet macaques Monkey wildlife wildlife conservati... Read More