Kohli sweeps ICC awards, named World Cricketer of the Year

Kohli scored eight centuries last year in test matches, including five double hundreds.

K’taka CM gets tough on communal posts on social media, asks cops to act

“I have instructed the police to take suo motu action against provocative posts on social media,” the CM said.

4 flights cancelled in Bengaluru, 36 delayed as dense fog hits operations again

All the four flights that were cancelled belonged to private airline Indigo.

Ananthkumar Hegde faces Cong ire, Revanna asks him to go to mental asylum

Hegde criticised intellectuals and writers, stating that they were a group of people who call themselves intellectuals only to seek government benefits.

Trainee nurses at Bengaluru’s Kidwai hospital stage protest demanding better wages

About 170 members staged a protest on Wednesday at the hospital premises leaving a few services crippled.

K’taka CM says B’luru Revised Master Plan 2031 will be modified, citizens unconvinced

With citizens tearing into the draft proposed, Siddaramaiah also said another committee will be formed to study the objections.

Karnataka separated siblings reunite after 10 years: She was sold, he was adopted

A teenager was rescued by the Child Welfare Committee recently and what unraveled was a story of tragedy and separation.

Bastion Belagavi: Why K’taka sugar barons are crucial to winning the district

Political party insiders say that the only way to ensure a victory is to poach these local strongmen by offering them ministerial berths or by going along with the plans set forth by the sugar lobby.

A railway link through Kodagu has been approved by govt, citizen groups to protest

Citizen groups in Kodagu say they will do everything in their power to resist the project.

Cong MLA who was against illegal banners now has hoardings of himself across B’luru

This comes after the Karnataka High Court observed that flex banners too fall under the ambit of the plastic ban imposed by the government.