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Injured vessel crew member evacuated

Sonu Soni of MV Vishva Prena injured his neck while lashing the crane hook

Karnataka trust vote | Governor asks Kumaraswamy to prove majority by 1.30 pm today

JD(S), Congress question Governor’s deadline on trust vote

RTC driver had the mind to save passengers even as his heart was stopping

30 escape possible death near Kuppam, thanks to Narayanappa’s valour

IMA scam accused Mohammed Mansoor Khan returns to India, arrested

He allegedly cheated investors to the tune of over ₹2,500 crore and fled the country in June

Singur reservoir level falls to a new low

Water level remains at 0.353 tmcft nearing the 2016 record low

WB backs out of Capital project

It had committed to lend $300 million of the total $715 million

Government employees take out protest march in Kerala

Seek rollback of contributory pension scheme

TRS is scared of BJP’s popularity: Indrasena

‘TRS stooping low to win civic polls’

Every village in Warangal will have avenue plantation, says Collector

Unemployed youth will be paid for looking after trees: Prashanth Jeevan Patil

Ryots’ woes remain even after BJP’s second term: CPI(M)

‘Central government failed to keep its promises’

Hulikere school water had highly poisonous pesticide content

Police questioning pesticide sellers to crack the case

Jayachamaraja Wadiyar was an able administrator: ex-Governor

Gopalkrishna Gandhi pays tribute at inauguration of birth centenary fete

Politics is no longer at the service of people: Belawadi

Expressing displeasure over the alleged lethargic attitude of the elected representatives, senior theatre artist Prakash Belawadi said that the legisl

BJP members sleep over in House

The entire BJP legislature party, led by Leader of the Opposition B.S. Yeddyurappa, slept in the Assembly on Thursday night, protesting the delay in t

RTI Amendment Bill to be introduced in Lok Sabha today

Central power to decide tenure, salaries of information commissioners will hurt autonomy, say activists

Oral health given short shrift: study

Situation is the most bleak in low-income countries, says Lancet report

Agricultural operation hit with monsoon playing truant in Odisha

Agricultural operation in current Kharif crop season has been badly hit with southwest monsoon playing truant in Odisha.As against the State’s averag

The curious case of ‘missing’ MLA rocks House

Congress accuses BJP of engineering defection, files plaint against Savadi for ‘abducting’ Shrimant Patil

Rajasthan HC passes directions for improving infrastructure of courts

After a series of “surprise inspections” of lower courts in several districts by Chief Justice S. Ravindra Bhat, the Rajasthan High Court has passed

Debate on right of parties to issue whip takes centre stage

Siddaramaiah expresses concern over Supreme Court order

Siddaramaiah’s faux pas

Congress Legislature Party leader Siddaramaiah on Thursday made a faux pas prompting the Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party members in the Assembly to

Will build a new Maharashtra, says Aaditya Thackeray

Yuva Sena chief sets off on his first five-day Jan Ashirwad Yatra

Four die after visit to Kancheepuram temple

No stampede at shrine, insists District Collector

Ramalinga Reddy withdraws resignation

Senior Congress leader Ramalinga Reddy withdrew his resignation and participated in the Assembly session seated at the treasury benches on Thursday.Mr

Ajit Pawar joins clamour for use of ballot paper in Assembly polls

Senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Ajit Pawar on Thursday demanded that Assembly elections be held using ballot papers and not Electronic

How Shrimant Patil slipped away

Amid the ongoing political developments, Congress legislator for Kagwad Shrimant B. Patil’s escape from the city on Wednesday night had elements of th

Avoid infighting, Balasaheb Thorat tells Congressmen

New State Congress chief takes charge; says party will promote new, young faces

SKU Vice-Chancellor quits over ‘personal reasons’

He earlier worked as dean off campus at Urdu varsity

No second thoughts on razing encroachments: Jagan

‘Naidu had set a bad precedent by violating norms and what he did is unacceptable’

Budget grant for i-hub sets the ground for foreign investments

Govt. allocates ₹66 crore for project; hub may come up at Anandapuram

Pakistan to grant consular access to Kulbushan Jadhav

The ministry said that Jadhav had been informed of his rights under the Vienna Convention on consular relations.

Many Congress-NCP MLAs will resign, join BJP soon: Chandrakant Patil

Expect spate of resignations in coming week, says new Maharashtra BJP chief; Congress dismisses claim

SC begins publishing judgments in Tamil

Credit must go to DMK president: Wilson

Govt. draws flak for arrests by NIA

Investigating agency accused of targeting Muslims

Mental health body clears regulations

Process to be completed in a month

Child rescued from kidnappers

The city police on Thursday rescued a three-and-half-year-old girl child who was kidnapped while getting down from the school van. The police arrested

HC suspends Vaiko’s sentence

Counsel says MDMK leader will be advised not to make inflammatory speeches

Six killed as van falls off bridge

Accident happened near Srivaikuntam in Thoothukudi

Wayanad’s tribal hamlets one step from 100% literacy

The focus is on preparing residents of 1,517 habitations to take the test by 2020

Ten die in accident near Kallakurichi

Omni bus collides head-on with pick-up truck; eight victims were migrant labourers

‘Petroleum pipeline will not affect farm land’

Panel told to lay it along the road

No bike-sharing, carpooling through mobile apps: HC

Judge says the services will have to wait until government frames regulations

Edappadi announces Tenkasi, Chengalpattu districts

Tirunelveli and Kancheepuram districts to be bifurcated, govt. tells Assembly

Cannot direct Governor to release Rajiv case convicts, says High Court

Holds a writ petition filed by Nalini as not maintainable

Hosur to get international flower auction centre

An international flower auction centre will be set up at Hosur in Krishnagiri district at a cost of ₹20.20 crore, Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palanisw

‘Bigg Boss Tamil’ under fire over smoking room

The new season of ‘Bigg Boss Tamil’ has run into trouble within a month of the show going on air. Tobacco Monitor (the app to report violations of Cig

Govt. will soon name Tamil institute chief, says Minister

The government will soon appoint a director to the Central Institute of Classical Tamil and the process is under way, Tamil Development Minister K. P

I need time to clarify issues raised by rebel MLAs: Kumaraswamy

He accuses Yeddyurappa of ‘being in a hurry’

Bovine Breeding Authority proposed

New Bill introduced to set up the entity

Two die from snakebite in Diviseema

17 cases reported this week

Sleeper coach fares may go up

Govt. proposes new taxes on buses

Ethanol biorefinery to come up in Vidarbha

BPCL to set up plant in Bhandara manufacturing ethanol from rice straw

Murder mystery solved, 5 held

The police arrested five accused on Wednesday at Rudravaram, in connection with a murder in Nallamala forest, in Sirivel mandal. A 21-year-old man was

BSP MLA abstains

The lone legislator from BSP, N. Mahesh, abstained from the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly on Thursday. When he sought a separate seating arr

Kumaraswamy told to step down immediately

Expressing anguish over the ongoing political imbroglio in the State, Citizens For Democracy national president S.R. Hiremath has asked Chief Minister

HC nod for burial of 93-year-old woman

Jacobite faction does not oppose petition

NRI denied clearance for rule violations, says govt.

Tells HC that steps in place to avoid red-tapism

'Saravana Bhavan' Rajagopal: a school dropout’s recipe for success

Rajagopal’s Saravana Bhavan chain is synonymous with quality and taste

$250-mn ADB loan to rebuild Kerala

It will be mainly utilised for augmenting drinking water supply system

Answer sheets taken away from college, says KU

Varsity Syndicate for action against Sivarenjith

NRC re-verification will add to people’s misery: CPI(M)

The CPI(M) opposed the Union government’s decision to petition the Supreme Court for an extension of the July 31 deadline for the publication of the N

Manik Sarkar cautions Tripura government against privatisation of schools, midday meal programme

Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Manik Sarkar has expressed displeasure over State government’s decision to handover midday meal progra

‘Cyanide’ Mohan sentenced to life for murder

He has been found guilty of murdering 26-year-old woman from Kasaragod

Kannapur forests under large-scale encroachment by non-tribals

Resuming the land could turn out to be a headache for the Forest Department

Raghunandana lauded for declining Sangeet Natak Akademi award for 2018

The Indian Writers Forum in a statement applauded theatre artist S. Raghunandana for his decision to decline the Sangeet Natak Akademi award for 2018

Trinamool seeks White Paper on demonetisation

“If Nishikant Dubey [BJP MP] knows so much about corruption, why not make him a Minister and catch all those who are indulging in corruption?” said Tr

A lot at stake for BJP candidate from Patkura constituency

A founder member of the BJD, Bijoy Mahapatra has not won any election since his last win in 1995

BJP MLAs boycott question hour in Rajasthan Assembly

Over Speaker’s refusal to allow supplementary questions

Karnataka CM asked to prove majority by 1.30 p.m. on July 19

Govt.’s fall appears imminent as Governor sets deadline; rebels to skip session

Hunt on for escaped undertrials in U.P.

Duo had shot dead two constables

H.S. Sidhu back as Punjab STF chief

In a major administrative reshuffle, the Punjab government on Thursday transferred 26 IPS and five PPS officers in the State.Harpreet Singh Sidhu, who

Set up State, district-level panels to monitor TV channels, HC tells govt.

To keep a check on violation of provisions of Cable TV Act

Sonbhadra killings: SC/ST panel orders invocation of NSA

Main accused Yagya Dutt, whose henchmen opened fire, arrested on Thursday

Mid-day meal: studentscontinue protests

Students of the Radhanagar Government Junior College, under the aegis of Students Federation of India and Centre of Trade Unions (CITU), staged a prot

Tenant ryots to be provided with ₹1,100-cr. loans

Collector pats banks for meeting target in the year 2018-19

Four arrested in robbery case

₹3.5 lakh in cash, a motorcycle seized from them

The wait for passport appointment gets shorter in Bengaluru

In good news for passport applicants, the wait for appointments has finally become shorter. After close to a year, the waiting time for passport appo

Why is law for regulating rallies not yet notified, Karnataka HC asks government

Taking serious note of the fact that the State had not yet come out with a law for regulation of public assemblies and processions in the city, as wa

74,070 structures identified: Botcha

Government should come out with a policy as many poor people will be affected: Naidu

JD(S), Cong. question Governor’s message on trust vote

It amounts to interfering in House proceedings, says H.K. Patil; Shettar accuses coalition members of delaying debate on confidence motion

Vyasaraja Tirtha’s brindavana vandalised

Police suspect the hand of treasure hunters

‘Jagan should have done what Jayalalithaa did in Tamil Nadu’

The discussion on the illegal constructions on the river and canal banks during Question Hour in the Assembly on Thursday was so wide-ranging that Pal

₹13,113.76 crore grant sought for irrigation

‘Aim is to create new ayacut of 34.42 lakh acres and complete ongoing projects’

YSR was my best friend: Naidu

‘We were only political rivals and I bore no grudge against him’

Folklore expert Huchappa Mastar dead

Folklore expert and writer Huchappa Mastar, 83, passed away in his native Sagar on Wednesday night. He is survived by wife and three sons.Mr. Mastar w

Cabinet clears amendment to enable government to run liquor outlets

Green signal for setting up village secretariats and recruiting village volunteers

Governor to take charge on July 24

New Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan will assume office on July 24. Acting Chief Justice of A.P. High Court C. Praveen Kumar will administer him the

Environment or economy, asks Nitin Gadkari

“We are spending ₹1300 crore to build 9 kilometres [in Pench Tiger Reserve]…This is public money. It is up to you to decide whether it is correct or not,” said Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari.

Praveesh Shoranur wins State award for best photography

Award comprises ₹50,000, memento, certificate

CCTVs being installed in Pulikeezhu panchayat

To ensure safety of women and stop waste dumping

Preparations on for Aanayootu

Feast for elephants and Mahaganapathy Homam on July 21

Eco lessons from a yellow basket

NSS volunteers segregate plastic waste in classrooms

MGU to open 4 new centres

Ph.D entrance exams to be held online from next year

Karnataka political crisis: Supreme Copurt removed whip-issuing power, says Congress

How can Congress be bound by court order in a case it was not party to, asks Congress communication chief Randeep Surjewala.

Amit Shah to head panel on Air India sale

Home Minister Amit Shah will head a reconstituted group of ministers (GoM) on Air India disinvestment and Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has b

Kaziranga’s man-made highlands help rhinos survive floods

Floods drive rhinos on to man-made lands

Coir workers stage protest march

Shortage of raw materials and shifting of base to Tamil Nadu hit State coir sector