Karnataka

Kumaraswamy to take oath as Karnataka CM on Wednesday

"So far, I'm not sure about the Congress stand. We want to make sure the government is a stable one," Kumaraswamy said on the issue of ministerial berths.

K’taka HC refuses to entertain pleas by Nithyananda, charges to be framed in rape case

Self-styled godman Nithyananda had claimed that sex between him and the survivor was consensual.

Chargesheet against Nalapad Haris reveals he initiated the attack

“I am a son of local MLA NA Haris. You are not even equal to my shoe. You say sorry and kiss my feet,” Nalapad is reported to have said.

New notification caps school fee hike in Bengaluru, but will it bring relief for parents?

The notification mandates schools to make audit reports public and cap annual fee hikes at 15%.

‘People refused to believe in my talent since I am a woman’: Sculptor Kanaka Murthy

One of the most celebrated sculptors in India, Kanaka has won several awards, including the Karnataka Jakanachari Award and the Rajyotsava Award.

Man tries to smuggle 10 kg marijuana in pumpkins through Mangaluru airport, caught

The contraband was found during the security check.

Bengaluru citizens, environmentalists join hands to protest illegal tree chopping

The protest comes days after 25 trees were felled overnight to allegedly make space for a hoarding.

From noise levels to parking, pubs continue to flout law in Bengaluru’s Indiranagar

Though it is illegal to operate rooftop pubs in the city, there are presently 33 such pubs in the neighbourhood, says a resident.

Are people of Bengaluru really not getting out to vote?

Are Bengalureans lazy, or is the electoral system broken? Experts point to the latter.

Modi's burden has become heavier after Karnataka setback

What is worrying for the BJP is that the setback in Karnataka has shown that, for once, the extra effort put in by Narendra Modi by raising the number of his rallies in the state did not pay dividends.