As the tragic news of Hanamanthappa’s demise broke, a large number of relatives, friends, villagers and media contingent gathered near his home at Betadur village in Kundagol taluk of Dharwad district in north Karnataka.
It is sparking controversy and a question in Karnataka. But there is no one answer
The Republic Day parade passed off smoothly without any security scare. But the defence ministry officials are now worried about the Beating Retreat ceremony.
A 50-year-old activist of the right wing Vishwa Hindu Parishad who was injured in clashes between Hindu and Muslim groups died in the Madikeri government hospital on Tuesday morning.
The assertion by Siddaramaiah came a day after the RSS announced that it would support an anti-Tipu agitation on November 10 on the grounds that “he had persecuted and converted Hindus living in his kingdom”.
The Karnataka CM is scheduled to reply to the motion on Tuesday.
Farmers say CM promised Rs 2,500 per tonne, but factories paying only Rs 700; govt orders probe.
The 124 member strong Congress government said it was willing to debate the no confidence motion and the issue of farmer deaths but accused the opposition of politicizing the issue.
The two former chief ministers who were involved in a short-lived BJP-JDS alliance government in 2006-07 held a brief meeting in the north Karnataka town of Hubbali on Tuesday.
Jayalalithaa was disqualified following her conviction in the Rs 66.66 crore disproportionate assets case by a trial court in Bengaluru on September 27.
Karnataka government is expected to get Special Public Prosecutor’s opinion scrutinised by state advocate general and a few legal experts before charting its next course of action in the illegal assets case.
As Congress marks the end of its second year in office, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah speaks on the party’s prospects in the state’s rural polls.
BJP, reminded of Gujarat’s own law, glosses over compulsory voting provision in House debate; JD(S) wants penalties added, says voters need ‘ears twisted’
Karnataka, Tamil Nadu miss the big picture as they spar over building more dams over a depleted river.
Karnataka chief minister has seized control of the state’s biggest and richest civic body.