Kagga in peril
This rice can tolerate brackish water but is on the brink of extinction. Can government save it?
Till a couple of decades ago Bangalore was a sleepy city -- running to the rhythm of old trading networks and retired people taking their evening …
Snakebites in rural India: A slow suppuration
Most people in rural areas die from snakebites during the monsoon season; a quarter of these are children less than 15 years of age
Coronavirus update: 25 of 36 states / UTs record daily increase in cases
No decrease in number of deaths due to COVID-19 in any state
Waste smart cities
A survey by the Centre for Science and Environment shows how Indian cities are turning over a new leaf in solid waste management
Blank on target
Most states fail to achieve renewable energy target under the climate change action plan
MoEF withdraws draft amendments to solid waste management rules
Activists say amendments involve use of expensive, regressive and untested technologies for waste disposal
Cauvery dispute: Karnataka delegation urges prime minister not to notify tribunal award
State delegation demands reassessment of water needs of Tamil Nadu
Cauvery row: SC directs Karnataka to release 283 cumec water to Tamil Nadu
Asks Cauvery Monitoring Committee headed-by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to meet within two days and decide water sharing between the two states
Onion export ban lifted
Minimum export price fixed at US $475 a tonne. Will it profit farmers?
Bt Brinjal: NBA may prosecute Mahyco, collaborators
Mahyco claims innocence, alleges violation by Dharwad University
Karnataka to divert Mahadayi water
Goa cries foul. Supreme Court orders tribunal to settle dispute
Monsoon vegetable jackfruit has caught the fancy of entrepreneurs in India, one of its biggest producers
Chance of revival for Bengaluru’s dying lakes
Karnataka pollution control board initiates project to divert sewage that fall into city lakes
Bt Cotton imbroglio
A failure of our scientific preparedness. Where are our scientists?
Dengue - reality bites
The millions affected have many to curse -- the mosquitoes, officials and the scientific communityby Ritu Gupta
How effective is the global polio eradication drive?
An optimistic note, about wiping out polio from the six afflicted countries, was to be sounded at a conference organised by the World Health …
Road of contention
National Centre for Advocacy Studies' new report 'Sponge iron industries'
Report>>Sponge Iron Industries Issues and Campaigns, National Centre for Advocacy Studies, Pune 2007
CAMPA funds unlocked
Karnataka fast tracks power plant
Indian reservoirs brimming as monsoon advances
Storage levels in 123 reservoirs monitored by Central Water Commission was 194 % of the levels of corresponding period …
Karnataka bans endosulfan
State appeals to the Centre for a nationwide ban