Illegal sand mining : 2 lorries seized

Thursday, September 19th, 2019

Chamarajanagar : The Chamarajanagar police on Thursday raided an illegal sand mining spot near Cauvery river belt at the Kollegal taluk and seized two lorries. After receiving several complaints about the illegal sand mining activities at Cauvery belt in the Chamrajnagar district a team of police personnel, led by Chamrajnagar Superintendent of Police Anand Kumar, […]

Karnataka yet to release 81 tmcft of Cauvery to TN, says K Palaniswami

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

Chennai: Tamil Nadu government today said Karnataka has so far released 111 tmcft of Cauvery water of stipulated 192 tmcft annually (April-May) and steps were being taken to get the remaining quantum. Chief Minister K Palaniswami, referring to the 2007 tribunal award on the Cauvery water sharing dispute, said Karnataka has to annually release 192 […]

Panel decides to set up Constitution Club on Kumara Krupa Road

Friday, December 23rd, 2016
Kumara Krupa Road

Bengaluru: The executive committee of the Constitution Club on Thursday decided to set up the proposed recreation centre for legislators on 2.3-acre prime land near the chief minister’s official residence on Kumara Krupa Road in Bengaluru. Legislative Assembly Speaker K B Koliwad told that the committee members, at a meeting, arrived at a consensus that […]

Cauvery violence: 1 Dead In Police Firing In Bengaluru , KRV called Karnataka Bundh on Sep 14

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016
cauvery, water dispute

Bengaluru: One person died and another received injuries after police opened fire on protesters in Bengaluru’s Rajgopalnagar area on Monday evening. Arson and vandalism was seen on the streets of Bengaluru and on a highway to Mysuru as anger boiled over on a Supreme Court order that meant that Karnataka would have to release more […]

Tribute to river goddess, but wives missing

Friday, August 2nd, 2013

Mysore: Baagina is a sacred offering to the river goddess as a thanksgiving gesture for bountiful rains. CM Siddaramaiah made the offering to river Cauvery at KRS dam but his wife Parvathi—who had earlier skipped his oath-taking ceremony—was absent this time too. According to a noted astrologer, any auspicious spiritual ritual, be it Yaaga, Lagna […]

Heavy rains lash parts of Karnataka, Met predicted more rainfall in the next 3 days

Sunday, July 21st, 2013

Bangalore: Heavy rains lashed the coastal and hill districts of Karnataka on Saturday. Met department has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall for the next 2-3 days. Sowing has gathered steam in the state covering 95 per cent of the rain-fed areas. The monsoon (June-September) this year has been good so far in Bangalore as […]

BSY says his KJP would contest local body elections too

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
Yeddyurappa Press

Mangalore : KJP President and former chief minister BS Yeddyurappa has said that his party would even contest the local body elections. Speaking to reporters at the Circuit House in Mangalore on December 12, Wednesday he said  his party would give preference to minorities, backward classes and youth while selecting candidates for the next elections. […]

We are ready to resign to protect interests of the State: Parameshwara

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012
G. Parameshwar

Mangalore: Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president G. Parameshwara said here on Tuesday that all the 71 Congress MLAs in the State are ready to resign to protect the interests of the State. Talking to presspersons during a visit to overview the preparations in the city before All-India Congress Committee president Sonia Gandhi’s arrival in […]

MP inaugurates handicraft exhibition ‘Gandhi Shilp Bazaar’

Saturday, January 7th, 2012
Gandhi Shilp Bazaar

Mangalore : MP Nalin Kumar inaugurated the Gandhi Shilp Bazaar, National level Handicrafts Mela held at Woodlands Hotel on January 6, Friday. The mela is sponsored by the office of the Development Commissioner, Ministry of Textiles organized by ‘Cauvery’, Karnataka State Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited, the pioneers in preserving, developing and promoting the timeless treasures […]

Bhagamandala (Kodagu) surrounded by floods.

Thursday, July 29th, 2010
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Madikeri : Heavy rains have lashed Kodagu district, with Cauvery, Laxmana Thirtha rivers in floods since Tuesday. Talacauvery, the origin of holy Cauvery received pouring rains, and Bhagamandal (6 kms down way) is surrounded by flood waters. 2 feet of water on Madikeri road and 3 feet deep waters on Napoklu road made bus movements […]