Santosh Kumar R.B

Articles By Santosh Kumar R.B

JDS beats Congress to launching low-cost canteens

Gowda, his wife, Chennamma, and priest Nanjavadoota Swamiji launched jeweller and JDS legislator T A Saravana’s ‘Namma Appaji Canteen’ dedicated to the former Prime Minister.

Bangalore Metro protest called off; BMRCL resumes services

Thousands of people who depend on Metro services to reach their workplaces, colleges and other places were shocked on Friday morning as the Metro service did not commence.

Karnataka sedition case: fireworks over cricket loss or hockey win ?

The parents of the arrested youths, including Hosakote gram panchayat vice president K M Musthafa, have claimed that the firecrackers were set off to celebrate India’s hockey victory over Pakistan.

Yeddyurappa’s Dalit family visit: A seat at the table

A Dalit family says they spent almost a day preparing food for their VIP BJP visitors, and that BSY and others ate it. Rivals say they did not. But, asks the family, should that even be the question?

Friends and family recall IAS officer Anurag Tewari’s love for books, cheerfulness and work

Anurag was last posted as food & supplies commissioner in Karnataka.

The castaways of the food chain

Three Koragas were beaten up for killing a cow. The Karnataka tribe, long forced to eat leftovers from upper-caste homes, with hair and nails, arrived at beef out of need

Trafficking whiff in domestic help’s suicide in Bengaluru

On the night of April 2, Phoolmuni was found dead on the ground floor of the complex.

Mystery shrouds African man’s death in Bengaluru

The police admitted that they were tracking drug dealers in the area where Madu died but denied any involvement in his death.

Bengaluru: Police say cash doesn’t belong to B S Yeddyurappa’s lawyer

Following an investigation, the Bengaluru Police stated in a chargesheet that the seized cash did not belong to Siddharth and that further probe was needed to find out the actual owner of the cash.

Bengaluru: Arrest of 12 decoits helps police crack murder of retired army officer

The police had earlier suspected the murder to be the work of thieves who broke into the house at night, as they were not able track any leads in the case.

Bengaluru: Couple held for hoax call that delayed Air Asia flight

Police said that one of their relatives called the airport from a public telephone booth in Cochin around 8.31 pm on Wednesday and claimed that there were explosives in the AirAsia flight to Cochin.

Fresh probe into cash haul from car in Karnataka

The cash was seized from the boot of a car linked to Siddharth at the Vidhana Soudha, the seat of the Karnataka government.

Union Minister Sadananda Gowda’s family runs into cash hurdle in Karnataka hospital

Sadananda Gowda’s brother dies, release of body held up until Union minister pays bill by cheque.

Self-help groups run scared as loan dubbed ‘black’

With Assembly elections in Karnataka only around 18 months away, loan-distribution programmes involving cooperative banks have become a frequent and popular feature.

Body of second Kannada actor Raghava Uday Kumar found

The two actors were feared drowned after they jumped off a helicopter into the reservoir Monday during the shoot for Kannada film Mastigudi.

Karnataka rallies around dying tusker who has been injured for more that 50 days

The 45-year-old elephant first got stranded in the Manchanabele dam at Avverahalli village near Bengaluru. Experts worry he may be breathing his last.

Karnataka: Tusker stranded in dam brought out on outskirts of Bengaluru

Unable to walk with its broken leg, the elephant has spent much of its time in the last few weeks floating around in the backwaters of Manchanabele Dam, around 35 km from Bengaluru.

Forced to remove prosthetic leg at Bengaluru airport: Aditya Mehta

Aditya Mehta wrote about his experience in a Facebook post and called for better treatment of differently-abled people.

Former PM Deve Gowda and family revel in opening of grandson Nikhil Kumar’s film Jaguar

Packed theatres, favourable reviews , overnight fan clubs after release, Kumaraswamy thanks fans and prays for bright film future.

Four courts, 4 blasts, similar IEDs

Court blast in Nellore gives investigators a number of reasons to recall those in Chittor, Kollam, Mysuru; broad similarities in devices raise suspicion that same group was involved in planting all four.