Hubballi: The Samaja Parivartana Samudaya (SPS) Founder-President S R Hiremath has suggested reconstituting the committee formed by the Union Ministry of Mines for reviewing the National Mineral Policy 2008.
Hubballi: Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly Jagadish Shettar has expressed doubts over the authenticity of the report by the Forensic Science Laboratory on the video clipping of a purported conversation between the former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa and Union Minister H N Ananth Kumar allegedly pertaining to payments made to the BJP high command.
Hubballi: While riding without a helmet is a punishable offense and attracts a penalty, a Huballi policeman seems to have extended this rule to cab drivers too.
Karwar: Opining that once passengers boards the bus, their security and safety is the responsibility of the conductor, the Consumer Court ordered the lady conductor to pay a penalty of Rs 5,000 to a passenger for leaving him half way through his destination.
Madikeri: Mahendra Varma, son of S S Narasimha, entered his parents room to shoot self in the head using a double barrel gun. He shot two rounds in his head to split the vital organs apart and was seen lying dead in a pool of blood within seconds.
Madikeri: In a gory incident, a resident of Irale Valamudi village near Chettalli committed suicide by shooting self soon after dawn on October 9 morning.
Madikeri: The Codava National Council (CNC) has proposed higher import duty on pepper to save the growers affected by the tumbling prices.
Karwar: Large cache of iron pre confiscated by the office of the Lokayukta has been left at Bilekeri and Karwar ports. Though the Port authorities have been requesting the Forest Department to auction the stock and clear the yard, legal glitches are being encountered. Huge quantity of iron ore have been occupying port space and due to this both the ports have been facing massive losses.
Shivamogga: A group of 11 members belonging to the Hakki-Pikki tribe from Sadashivapura of Shivamogga who were arrested by Rwanda police have been released thanks to a swift action by the Karnataka Home ministry.
Nanjangudu: In a tragic incident, a man was beaten to death by locals who assumed that he was a cattle thief.
Hubballi: Three new police stations have been proposed to be set up in Hubballi and Dharwad, keeping in mind the increasing population and development needs of the twin cities, said Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy.
Dharwad: It is essential to adopt proper food processing techniques to reduce the quantity of post-harvest losses particularly that of food grains, said D P Biradar, Vice Chancellor, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad.
Virajpet: A 16-year-old teenager was booked under POCSO for sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl after luring her in Bethri village limits of Virajpet taluk.
Hubballi: Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly Jagadish Shettar has said that the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) which was being “misused” by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah to target his
Shivamogga: The group, belonging to the Hakki Pikki tribe from Sadashivapura of Shivamogga, had gone to Africa in search of jobs and was in possession of requisite travel documents.
Karwar: The police have started a probe following statements of Dakshina Kannada district turning into a recruitment ground for the dreaded terror outfit ISIS.
Karwar: The annual fair of Kamakshi Devi temple here attracts thousands of devotees. During this annual fair, the ritual of devotees fishing out vadas from hot oil hogs the limelight.
Karwar: This app by Tourism Department can definitely help tourists shape their travelling experience at Murudeshwar!
Madikeri : In a press release, CNC said, Rohingyas have made in roads into the district in the guise of Assamese labourers due to their similarity in physical appearance and are slowly getting involved in anti-social activities detrimental to peace and stability...
Karwar: A man died when the roof of a building due for demolition suddenly caved in burying him alive under the debris at Hurulisal in Bhatkal rural limits.