Killing one bird with two stones

Kannur refuses to become a dumping ground for waste from the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). By Jagriti Parakh Residents of Kannur village are opposing the upcoming construction and demolition (C&D) waste processing unit by BBMP, as it will increase health risks by further contaminating its water table. Disposing hazardous by-products in the surroundings will […]

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Indiscriminate garbage dumping attracts snakes

Human-snake conflicts are on the rise in Bangalore due to garbage dumping which is attracting rodents and ultimately snakes. By Swati Ekka More snakes have been showing up in the city lately due to indiscriminate dumping of garbage, according to experts. People for Animals (PFA) say that in 2018-19, 457 snakes have been rescued by […]

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Garbage Menace Still Prevails, Parts of City Remains Unclean

Piled up garbage is clogging the drains on roads of Nagawara circle leading to Thanisandra. Bangalore, Sept. 4, 2018: The road adjacent to Adyar Ananda Bhavan leading to Thanisandra is covered with garbage piles on one of the plot. There is a sewer running along the road, and the garbage clearly piles up in the […]

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