Express News Service

PU, degree applications at Bangalore varsity have no room for transgenders

Despite there being a reservation for transgender candidates at Bangalore University for postgraduate courses, there is no encouragement for them at the undergraduate and pre-university levels.

16 hours ago

BJP loses, democracy wins

The much-awaited floor test in Karnataka Assembly turned out to be an anti-climax with two-day CM Yeddyurappa resigning ahead of the floor test.

18 hours ago

105% increase in negative change in forest cover in Telangana since 2014

Forest areas experiencing negative change in forest cover in Telangana has increased by 105 per cent since the State formation in spite of the government launching the ambitious ‘Telangana ku Haritha

13 May 2018

Khairabad’s killing fields

Ferocious packs of wild dogs have been mangling and eating up children in this little-known Uttar Pradesh town over the past few months. Over 18 kids have been killed and fear is ruling the area.

13 May 2018

After lip-smacking jaggery, tribal honey takes Marayoor to fame

Marayoor in Kerala was already known for its ‘Marayoor Jaggery’, produced traditionally by farmers here.

13 May 2018

Flight of fancy

A magnificent work of art and a technical challenge of great complexity, this limited edition piece is the work of master sculptor, Francisco Polope.

12 May 2018

Heart this art

These artworks are a depiction of visual reality in the form of bold colours and geometrical designs.

12 May 2018

Manifesto bloopers hit CM’s Kannada pride plank

Congress could pay a price for the bloopers galore in the Kannada version of Congress manifesto and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s apology for his inability to speak in Marathi, at a rally near Nippani in Belagavi district. Siddaramaiah’s ‘pride of Kannadigas’ plank, which had earlier become a cause of wor

06 May 2018

Canopy walk at Kuveshi forest to be open for tourists soon

Ticket prices for India’s first canopy walk at Kuveshi forest area near Castle Rock in Joida taluk of Uttara Kannada district have been fixed and soon it will be open for tourists.

06 May 2018

ASI in Tirumala ‘protected monument’ row

Reacting to the controversy, Endowments Minister KE Krishna Murthy said the ASI proposal raised suspicions over the Centre’s intentions.

06 May 2018

‘Dance is worship of the divine’

Odissi dancer Madhulita Mohapatra, who was recently in Delhi for a performance with her troupe, talks to Medha Dutta about her journey

03 May 2018

The West fails to silence Islamic State

European and US police forces last week struck at the heart of Islamic State’s propaganda machine. Did the action compromise the terror group’s communication capacity?

01 May 2018

Posters outside houses ask Congress leaders to stay away

Posters asking Congress leaders to stay away from houses while campaigning have come up outside several homes at Kanyana village near Vittla in Bantwal constituency of Karnataka.

29 Apr 2018

Election doubles teachers’ troubles

Teachers with state government schools are under tremendous pressure this summer vacation. Reason: They have to juggle between the evaluation duty and election-related works.

29 Apr 2018

Chief Political Marathoners

Pawan Chamling becomes the longest-serving chief minister in India. Dr Raman Singh and Naveen Patnaik follow him on the path of good governance.

28 Apr 2018