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Similar explosives used in Bihar, Chennai, Uttarakhand, Karnataka blasts: NIA

New Delhi: Terrorists used similar explosives in the bombings at Bihar's Gandhi Maidan, an express train in Chennai, outside a college in Uttarakhand and near...

Karnatka CM says Hinduism is about breaking Religious barriers

Bengaluru: Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah said that Hinduism is about breaking the religious barrier existing between different religions. Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah, attended a National...

Judge arrested in Cash for bail scam admits receiving offer from Reddys

New Delhi: Lower court judge who was arrested in “Cash for bail scam” said, former Karnataka minister, Gali Janardhana Reddy’s relatives offered as much...

Modi on two-day visit to Karnataka from January 2

Bengaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Karnataka for two days, to inaugurate Indian Science Congress 103rd session at Mysore on January 3,...

Karnataka council poll sees 99 percent polling

Bengaluru: A record 99 percent voting was registered on Sunday in all 25 constituencies of the Karnataka legislative council poll across the state. "The eight-hour...

Nanotech-powered solar panels to set up in Karnataka

Bengaluru: US-based Triton Solar would set up a $100-million (Rs.670 crore) plant in Karnataka to manufacture nanotech-powered solar panels for the renewable energy sector, an...

How different faiths, states celebrate Diwali

Diwali is celebrated with great fervor around the world for a number of reasons not only by Hindus but also by the people of different faiths.

VHP leader killed in anti-Tipu Sultan protests in Karnataka

In anti-Tipu Sultan protests, as many as three persons were reportedly injured and VHP's Kodagu Organising Committee Secretary killed.

Child porn charge follows corruption probe for Karnataka IAS officer

Bangalore: “Thousands of child pornography videos” were discovered on a 250 GB external hard disk found during a Karnataka CID raid on August 5,...

Karnataka gropes in the dark as power blinks

Bengaluru; Karnataka is groping in the dark again as a deficit southwest monsoon has plunged the state into a major power crisis due to poor...

More security for Karnataka minister after threat call

Mangaluru: Security had been stepped up for Karnataka Sports and Fisheries Minister K. Abhaychandra Jain a day after he received a threat to his life...

Oz couple and goddess tattoo: Another case of Hinduphobia?

By Nithin Sridhar Australian citizens Matthew Gordon and his girlfriend Emily Kassianou were allegedly mobbed, harassed, and illegally detailed for 3 hours by the Bengaluru...

Karnataka BJP lawmaker sparks row with rape remark

Bengaluru: Karnataka's BJP lawmaker KS Eshwarappa on Saturday sparked a controversy with his remarks on rape incidents in the state. He later said his remarks...

Indian writers have done country proud: CPI-M

New Delhi: The CPI-M on Thursday hailed Indian writers for doing the country proud by standing up to condemn what it said were rising attacks...

Rani Chennamma – India’s first woman independence activist

By Harshmeet Singh Most history books regard the sepoy mutiny of 1857 as the first rebellion against the British East India Company. The heroes of...

Kerala local body polls litmus test for Left

Thiruvananthapuram: The upcoming three-tier local body elections in Kerala will be a litmus test for the Left which has been on a steady decline...

Beyond Goa: Welcome to sun-kissed Gokarna

By Arundhati Roy I think I speak for the majority when I say that every Indian’s idea of a beach holiday ends up in Goa....

Karnataka officer Prabha bestowed laurels by Singapore for empowering women

By NewsGram Staff Writer Bangalore: Karnataka additional chief secretary, K Ratna Prabha has been selected by the Singapore government to participate in the 'Women and...

Karnataka train derailment: 2 dead, 8 injured

By Newsgram Staff Writer Bengaluru: Nine coaches of a speeding Mumbai-bound Duronto express from Secunderabad in Telangana derailed near Kalaburgi in north Karnataka, killing two...

Unattended and unending woes of Karnataka farmers

By Nithin Sridhar As many as 29 farmers committed suicide in the sugarcane hub Mandya district. The death count was 197 by July 29. Many lost...

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