Karnataka

Four days after 5-year-old went missing from KIMS hospital, Karnataka police clueless

A case of kidnapping has been filed, but the police is yet to make any headway in the case.

K’taka Cong moves EC against BSY for casting “undue influence” on voters in Gundulpet

BJP has been accused of indulging in unfair practices during campaigning.

BBMP to focus on solid waste management, afforestation; earmarks over Rs 900 cr in budget

The budget has also addressed issues of traffic congestion and green cover.

Bengaluru may be the first city that stopped a terrorist attack using just bad traffic

Terrorists who attacked IISc in 2005 also reportedly targeted IIM, but did not strike because they got stuck in a traffic jam

Death of an idyllic Bengaluru suburb: Remembering a Whitefield which was peaceful and green

A close-knit community, with lush surroundings and cars you could count on your fingers: Whitefield, thirty years ago.

SM Krishna heaps praise on BJP and PM Modi, to start campaigning for Nanjangud bye-polls

Krishna praised Modi's 'guts', vision and strategy, and said that the PM has given a new status to India.

If you spot a vehicle with women-hating slogans in Bengaluru, you can get them fined

Pointing out that several of the slogans were sexual in nature and insulted women, Jayamala Ramachandra urged the government to take action against the vehicle owners responsible for doing so.

K’taka government misled anganwadi workers? FIR against union leaders

Cases have been filed against the association president S Varalakshmi and several office bearers.

Karnataka lawmaker's debit card hacked, Rs 1.9 lakh withdrawn

Police have set up a team to investigate the case in coordination with its Cyber Crime Cell in the CID.

Abuse of power? Outrage after IAS officer carried by villagers across puddle

Television visuals show two villagers lifting Raichur Zilla Panchayat CEO Kurma Rao on their shoulders.

Hubli shocker: Watch 4 pregnant women being carried on one stretcher at a hospital

Locals allege this is a regular practice that is followed at the hospital for taking women from the wards to the labour rooms.

ICSE Class 10 Kannada paper full of errors, leaves students unhappy and worried

While some resorted to assuming what the questions were, others did not answer them at all.

Two men who allegedly stole service revolver of Bengaluru cop arrested near Mangaluru

Police also recovered 16 mobile phones from the duo who came to Bengaluru from Surathkal.

Two held with scrapped notes of Rs 1.28 crore in Bengaluru

The duo was arrested under Section 7 of the Specified Bank Notes (Cessation of Liabilities) Act, 2017.

Over 200 women fell sick at the Bengaluru anganwadi protests – but they didn’t budge

The workers withdrew the protest after CM Siddaramaiah promised a fair hike.

Regulation or gag order? Editors weigh in on Karnataka MLAs' demand for new media rules

Senior mediapersons balk at external control on the media, but agree that self-regulation is the need of the hour in Kannada media.

HDFC 'opt-out' approach unethical, says Bengaluru man taking on the bank in Twitter campaign

Karthik Srinivasan is determined to have HDFC acknowledge what he alleges is an unethical practice.

Tata Metaliks withdraws from Haveri steel plant project, seven year-wait of farmers rendered useless

The company has informed the state government that the project has become unviable due to unavailability of mines in the region.

Veteran Yakshagana artist Gerukatte Gangaiah Shetty dies while performing on stage

Gangaiah Shetty, best known for his portrayal of Mahishasur in the play ‘Sri Devi Mahatme’, was one of the crown jewels of Yakshagana.

K’taka politicians want ‘protection’ from media sensationalism, propose regulations

"Politicians have become punching bags for media," said Congress MLC V S Ugrappa.

K’taka BJP takes on activist for posting morphed pictures of Yogi Adityanath with a woman

Morphed pictures of the UP Chief Minister with a woman appeared on social media on Monday.