Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike’s desilting work at Bellandur Lake on Friday afternoon sent Marathahalli police into a tizzy.
They were shocked to find floating dead fish, garbage, filth and fish carcass entangled in the weeds towards Bellandur kodi side.
Here’s some good news: Birds can be seen flocking to Bellandur lake and its surroundings for the third consecutive day.
Labour shortage, rain delay work; agency for disposal not yet decided
What makes this project stand out is that Pre-stressed Concrete Cylinder (PCC) pipes are being used for the first time in the country.
It used to cause itching. There was an overwhelming stench too. But now, frothing has reduced and there is no bad smell.
Bellandur Lake, the largest in the city's south-east suburb, which has seen frothing due to toxic substances flowing into it due to an untreated sewage system.
Technical committee set up state govt says Bellandur lake has become a site for unmindful experiments after Mumbai-based expert releases microbe culture into water body.
National Green Tribunal pulls up Bengaluru civic agencies for delay in cleaning polluted Bellandur lake
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) pulled up the state government on Tuesday and asked all civic agencies to work in tandem to resolve the Bellandur Lake frothing issue.
The Authority has enlisted the assistance of a Mumbai-based expert to arrest the foam in Bellandur lake.
After being pounded by a record-breaking downpour early this week, the city is on the road to recovery.
Gets slammed by NGT, which says cloudburst can’t produce froth in Bellandur; state told to give report on Tuesday
Even as the National Green Tribunal has called for an emergency hearing on Thursday on frothing in Bellandur Lake, Tuesday’s rain has left the lake in a dismal condition.
There is more to the Bellandur lake fire than meets the eye, say sources in the Bangalore Development Authority and Bengaluru Development Ministry.