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July 9, 2014

Located about 70 km from Bengaluru, Tumkur is often termed its twin city. The twin city has similar garbage problems to Bengaluru.

Now, the Civic agencies in Tumkur have found a unique way of dealing with waste.

They are using lakes, wells and even highways to dump rubbi...

June 20, 2014

Think of wolves. Chances are you’d be hard-pressed to come up with an image that is positive, pleasing or happy. You won’t be alone. In Europe, there’s the medieval legend of the werewolf, the man who turns into a wolf-like creature at night, with fangs and claws. In I...

June 1, 2014

Humans and wildlife are increasingly getting trapped in shrinking spaces, pushing tolerance levels to the tipping point

On what is now a narrow pathway, due to a newly-constructed resort on the lake’s shores, children and women walk to the lakeside in the approaching du...

May 28, 2014

Humans and wildlife are increasingly getting trapped in shrinking spaces, pushing tolerance levels to the tipping point

Zones of contention | A survey of human-animal conflict across India Mitigating human–wildlife conflict is a priority in wildlife conservation and man...

May 1, 2014

The Story of lakes in Bangalore is a classic tale of all talk and no action. While the city administration claims to understand what plagues the dying water system, it is doing little to bring down the increasing amount of sewage flowing into the lakes, or stop encroac...

April 22, 2014

Scientists say same type of filtration can be done in other wetlands, reports Amit S. Upadhye

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