Karnataka

IISc scholars develop artificial leaf that reduces carbon dioxide in air, creates biofuel

Developed by IISc PhD scholar Biswajit Bhattacharya and six others, their artificial 'leaf' can also help reduce carbon footprint.

Status check: Do K’taka Unis have sexual harassment committees as required by UGC?

While most seem to have a body that looks into matters of sexual harassment internally, they do not seem to be in complete compliance with the UGC mandate.

B’luru police’s drive to regulate entertainment faces opposition from pub owners, artists

Establishment owners are receiving letters from the Commissioner, directing them to apply for a license to play live or recorded music.

Rationalist Narendra Nayak files police complaint as suspicious man lands up at doorstep

Nayak has been seeking justice for the murder of Vinayak Baliga, a critic of hardline Hindutva, which has made him a target of fringe groups.

Karnataka rains: KRS reservoir sees highest water levels in 4 years, at 94.50 ft

According to officials of the Kaveri Niravari Nigama, the reservoir saw an inflow of 28,096 cusecs and an outflow of 416 cusecs.

Heavy rains cripple normal life in central, coastal Karnataka

"The road continues to pose danger and is out of access for vehicles to pass through the ghat section," a Public Works Department official told reporters at Sakleshpur in Hassan.

98-year-old Mysore Race Club may be moved to the outskirts of the city

In 1891, Maharaja of Mysore, Chamaraja Wadiyar, was the first to begin the sport of horse racing in the city.

Meet Bengaluru's only woman MLA-elect, who's a vegan eco-activist

Jayanagar MLA-elect Sowmya Reddy opens up to TNM on her green plans for her constituency.

After throwing tantrum, MB Patil may be made minister in K’taka cabinet expansion

The prominent Lingayat face of the Siddaramaiah government had been unhappy that he had not been given a cabinet berth.

Road on Varthur Lake: Did the Minor Irrigation Department try to cover up the blunder?

The commission said that 10142.92 cubic meters of construction debris, weighing 16,228 tonnes, had been dumped on the lake bed.