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Karnataka Congress ministers ready to resign: Deputy CM

In a bid to save the year-old coalition government, the Congress ministers are ready to resign for the sake of accommodating rebel legislators in the cabinet, said Deputy Chief Minister G. Parameshwara on Monday. “All of us (Congress Ministers) may resign to accommodate our rebel legislators in the cabinet. If my party asks me to

Rain forces Kumaraswamy to shorten Karnataka village stay

The much-publicised two-day village stay of Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy was cut short on Saturday due to heavy rains and inclement weather in north Karnataka, an official said. Heavy rains and inclement weather in the state’s northern region forced Kumaraswamy to put off the second leg of his village stay at Herur in Afzalpur

Gurdaspur man nabbed by Indian Army on spying charges

Ghaziabad techie who killed wife, kids arrested

Software engineer Sumit Kumar, who allegedly killed his wife and three children here last week, has been arrested from Karnataka, police said Wednesday.  Ghaziabad Police arrested Kumar with the help of Udipi Police on Tuesday night. Three teams were deputed to nab him.On the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday, Kumar allegedly served sedative-laced drinks

Punjab postal circle wins big at Aadhaar Excellence Awards

Punjab postal circle wins big at Aadhaar Excellence Awards

Punjab postal circle wins big at Aadhaar Excellence Awards. The postal circles of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Punjab on Wednesday bagged the first, second and third positions respectively in the Best Performing Postal Circle category of the Aadhaar Excellence Awards given by Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Meanwhile, the postal circles of Punjab won in

Yeddyurappa sworn-in as Karnataka’s 23rd CM

B.S. Yeddyurappa sworn-in as Karnataka’s 23rd CM . The Bharatiya Janata Party’s B.S. Yeddyurappa on Thursday for the third time will be sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Karnataka at the Raj Bhavan. Yeddyurappa will take oath as the 23rd chief minister of Karnataka after the Supreme Court early today morning decided not to put

Karnataka supported BJP in big way: Yeddyurappa

Karnataka supported BJP in big way: Yeddyurappa. BJP’s chief ministerial face B.S. Yeddyurappa on Tuesday said that the people of Karnataka have supported the party in a big way in the May 12 Assembly elections. “People of Karnataka supported the BJP in a big way. Our party leaders will take a decision on the next

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Cong stalled Parliament to block OBC commission: PM Modi

Lashing out at the Congress party on the last day of campaigning before Karnataka goes to polls on May 12, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday accused the party of indulging in vote bank politics and stalling the bill in the Rajya Sabha that gives constitutional status to National Commission for Backward Classes. “Congress wants

K’taka poll: PM Modi, Adityanath, Rahul Gandhi to address rallies today

K’taka poll: PM Modi, Adityanath, Rahul Gandhi to address rallies today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday will address four rallies in Karnataka’s Bangarpet, Chikkaamagaluru, Belagavi and Bidar districts. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also has his schedule planned in the poll bound state. He would be holding meetings in Hubali, at Rattihalli Ground

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PM Modi rakes up surgical strike, says ‘Cong disrespected soldiers’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, lashed out at the Congress for disrespecting the sacrifices of the country’s soldiers and questioning them during the surgical strikes against Pakistan.  Addressing an election rally in Kalabugari district of poll-bound Karnataka, the Prime Minister said “Congress has no respect for the sacrifices of our soldiers. When our soldiers

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PM Modi accuses Siddaramaiah Govt. for farmers’ apathy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday trained guns at the ruling Siddaramaiah Government in Karnataka and accused them of not letting the benefits of ‘Fasal Bima Yojna‘ reach the farmers.  Modi while addressing Kisan Morcha Karyakartas of Karnataka through Narendra Modi (NaMo) App, said that a change in the government is needed to bring changes

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Non-ISI Marked Helmets To Be Banned Throughout India

ISIHMA, the ISI Helmet Manufacturers Association, has welcomed the policymakers’ proposal to ban the sale of non-ISI helmets, effective by the year end.  In a bid to promote road safety, Indian policymakers have moved to place a ban on non-ISI helmets throughout the country by the end of this year. Unsurprisingly, this move was backed

Karnataka's students create 'bluetooth enabled route guiding helmet'

Karnataka’s students create ‘bluetooth enabled route guiding helmet’

Karnataka’s students create ‘bluetooth enabled route guiding helmet’. In an innovative move, two engineering students in Karnataka’s Kalaburagi district have created a ‘bluetooth enabled route guiding helmet’. The students Yogesh and Abhijeet, studying in PDA College, are in the fourth semester of their engineering course.“We have made this helmet as people face problems in getting directions when we go to different city,” said Yogesh,

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PM Modi to visit Karnataka today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Karnataka today take part in the 88th Mahamastakabhisheka Mahotsav of Bhagawan Bahubali in Shravanabelagola. Prime Minister Modi will also inaugurate the newly carved 630 steps on the Vindhyagiri hill that takes the disciples to the top for a darshan of the 58.8 feet tall monolithic statue of Bahubali.Later in the day, Prime Minister Modi will flag off

Cauvery verdict: Tamil Nadu expresses shock, Karnataka welcomes SC verdict

CHENNAI/BENGALURU: The Supreme Court’s (SC) verdict on Cauvery water sharing widened the rift between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu with the the former welcoming the apex court’s ruling and the latter, of course, expressing deep anger at it. Political parties in Tamil Nadu on Friday expressed shock over the verdict on the Cauvery water dispute which

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Cauvery dispute: Karnataka to get additional 14.75 TMC, says SC

In the much awaited verdict on Cauvery dispute, the Supreme Court on Friday pronounced that Karnataka be given 14.75 TMC of the river water while 177.25 TMC of water be released for Tamil Nadu. The apex Court further said that 20 TMC of ground water in Tamil Nadu had not been accounted for and hence needed to be seen.“The allocation of Karnataka which used to

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Cong goes ‘over the TOP’, sends Internet into frenzy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday coined an acronym “TOP”, which was soon turned on its head by Congress’ Divya Spandana Ramya with her “pot” remark. The netizens have since worked themselves into a Internet frenzy over it. A host of jokes emerged on the social media with supporters and critics taking equal opportunity to

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9-feet-long Rock python spotted in Odisha village Berhampur

A  9-feet-long rock python, weighing around 12 kg, was spotted at a village in Ganjam district of district.Activists of animal welfare organisation, ‘People for Animals’, along with forest personnel led by range officer of Digapahandi forest range. A Madhabilata, rescued the reptile from a threshing yard at Odasingi village yesterday, a forest official said. The reptile

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Adityanath tears into Siddarmaiah ahead of Karnataka polls

Adityanath Karnataka polls: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath launched a scathing attack on Karnataka Chief Minister Siddarmaiah and the Congress party in view of the upcoming Assembly election in the state. The chief minister said that Siddarmaiah is following the footsteps of Congress president Rahul Gandhi who used to visit temple and talk about Hindutva ahead of the Gujarat assembly polls.Addressing a

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Karnataka to obtain 640 electric vehicles under central scheme

According to information, Karnataka government would be obtaining 640 electric vehicles under the Centre’s FAME-India scheme. An official statement said, “We have received approval from the Department of Heavy Industries to purchase the electric vehicles under the National Electricity Mobility Mission of the Central government’s Fame India scheme.”Karnataka is set to procure and ply 40

Karnataka police offer roses to traffic rule followers

Karnataka police offer roses to traffic rule followers: In a bid to promote abidance to road safety rules, The police of Kalaburagi district of Karnataka gave roses to people following traffic rules.  The Kalaburagi Police in Karnataka have started a drive for road safety in which people flouting the traffic norms will be booked while