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N Mahesh, lone BSP minister in Congress-JDS coalition in Karnataka, quits

Karnataka: Have no complaints against govt, says lone BSP minister after resigning

“It seems that he did not want to quit but was asked to do so by Mayawati who wants to maintain a distance from the Congress,’’ the sources said.

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Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy proposes night traffic ban in wildlife reserves

The state government has been under pressure from Kerala to lift its June 2009 ban on night traffic movement in Bandipur.

After BSP minister's exit, Karnataka CM meets Dalit leaders to discuss Justice Sadashiva panel report

Karnataka government considers five-day week for its staff

On September 29, Social Welfare Minister Priyank Kharge had written to the CM, saying a five-day week “will boost the work capacity of state government employees”.

Karnataka: BJP MPs turn down iPhone gifts, trigger row

Karnataka: Behind dissent in Congress, power struggle between wealthy, powerful leaders

The rebellion of the Jharkiholi brothers — sugar barons, who have till now had little political interest outside the confines of Belagavi district — is centred around the alleged interference by Shivakumar, state Minister for Irrigation and Medical Education, in their fiefdom.

Chennai likely to get thundershowers

Rain likely to lash Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu

The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be around 36 degrees Celsius and 25 degrees Celsius respectively.
The department has also predicted chances of a thunderstorm with lightning at isolated places across Tamil Nadu and Puducherry

JD(S) Leader H D Kumaraswamy with Congress leader D K Shivakumar. (File photo)

Karnataka civic polls results: Congress secures majority after close fight, says people rejected ‘jumlas of BJP’

After a close fight with the BJP, the Congress Monday gained control over a majority of the urban local bodies (ULB) in Karnataka by bagging 982 out of 2,662 seats, including the northern region of the state. 

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Keeping the language alive: The Karnataka village where people still speak in Sanskrit

In this small village, cloistered in the district of Shimoga, on the banks of river Tunga, exists a world that is united by elements of both Vedic times and modern science.

On border with Karnataka, a Goa village wants bars shut against drunk tourists

The village, with its 94 homes and an official population of 460 adults, have managed to get a temporary ban on these bars until September 20, but now wants them permanently closed.

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Eight killed, over 4,000 displaced after heavy rains in Karnataka’s Kodagu district

About 123 km of roads are estimated to be damaged due to the rains, while more than 800 homes have been destroyed. Most of the district’s arterial roads have been damaged due to landslides, delaying the rescue operations, officials said.

PM Modi, President Kovind speak to Karnataka CM

PM Modi, President Kovind speak to Karnataka CM as rescue operations continue in flood-hit Kodagu

As many as 317 people, including a two-month-old infant, were rescued and shifted to relief centres since yesterday and rescue operations were on in and around Makkandooru and other affected areas.

In call for separate North Karnataka, some old wounds, some new politics

In Fact: In call for separate North Karnataka, some old wounds, some new politics

Flagging the alleged discrimination to the North in the state Budget, a couple of organisations raised a demand for a separate state of North Karnataka last month.

Thanks but no thanks, Murakami said too in a cryptic response to his nomination.

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Bandipur sanctuary’s checks on vehicle movement on highways that run through it must stay

In call for separate North Karnataka, some old wounds, some new politics

Karnataka: Kumaraswamy shifts focus on Belagavi after facing bias heat

Kumaraswamy also announced his intent to go ahead with a decision he took as chief minister in 2006 to use Belagavi as the state’s second capital.

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Kerala tops in governance, Tamil Nadu second, says report

Released annually since 2016, the index examines governance performance in the states through a data-based framework, ranking them on social and economic development they are able to provide.

Karnataka: BJP MPs turn down iPhone gifts, trigger row

Karnataka: BJP MPs turn down iPhone gifts, trigger row

The cellphones were given to the MPs along with a leather bag containing papers with respect to Karnataka’s position on the Cauvery dispute.