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Five police officers among 13 raided in Lokayukta anti-corruption sweep

Among the 13 government servants are five police officers.


Karnataka government plans to take road work online

Karnataka government plans to take road work online through a Road Information System (RIS) web portal.


Liquor outlets in Karnataka cry foul over excise penalty

The KLA now wants the Government to remove the minimum purchase requirement clause from the excise rules.

Read more: Bangalore, Karnataka, KLA

Karnataka police to get exclusive super specialty hospital, medical college

“I will make efforts to sanction these proposals in the view of the welfare of the police force in the state,” Siddaramaiah said.


Karnataka government proposes to tax big fat weddings

The plan is to use funds collected through these taxes to sponsor mass weddings for the poor.

Read more: Bangalore, Karnataka

CM won’t attend Modi swearing-in, draws flak from state BJP

In the course of the election campaign, Siddaramaiah had been one of the most vocal attackers of Modi.


BSY opts out of race for ministry

BJP sources said Yeddyurappa had been nudged by the PM-designate not to insist on a position in the new government until he gets a clean chit from the court.


5 touts who brought ‘candidates’ from Bihar, J’khand held

Police sources said all five accused persons played a vital role in the scam.


BSY seeks discharge from bribery case

The CBI registered a case against Yeddyurappa and others on May 15, 2012.


Listen to Bangalore

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah needs to focus on urban infrastructure and growth.

Lok Sabha elections results 2014: Karnataka

BJP’s BS Yeddyurappa has made come back by winning Shimoga parliamentary seat with the margin of 3,63,305.

Locking horns

The death of a youth brings to the fore the hazards of cattle trade in BJP’s backyard of Mangalore.


State has Rs 800 cr to handle drinking water crisis: minister

There is about Rs 800 crore available to tackle drinking water scarcity. Funds are not a constraint.


Congress will win 20 of 28 seats in state: KPCC chief

Parameshwar suggested the nearly six per cent increase in voting in the state from the 59 per cent registered in 2009.

Congress and BJP have both set the 20-plus seat target.

Moderate to brisk polling in Karnataka

In the 2009 polls, BJP had won 19 seats, Congress six and JDS three.


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