Agencies slept on complaints against Mehul Choksi: Bengaluru businessman

Along with a few others, city-based investor wrote to PMO; Registrar of Companies informed him that “case is closed”.

23 Feb 2018

37 yrs later, Belgian back to capture festival mood

After 37 long years, this 77-year-old Belgian national has travelled all the way from his country to witness the 88th Mahamastakabhisheka.

08 Feb 2018

First woman to lead the event impresses President

The 88th Mahamastakabhisheka is an event of many firsts. It is for the first time in the Mahamastakabhisheka’s 1037-year history that a woman from the Jain community is heading the celebrations.

08 Feb 2018

Stop politicking, give free hand to cops: Police officials

While the communal violence in coastal areas has raised questions about policing, senior cops assert politicking is the prime reason for communal violence.

06 Jan 2018

Crores seized, many held, but demonetisation cases still heading nowhere in Bengaluru

In the one year since de-mon, police have registered 55 cases, but chargesheets not filed in many instances

08 Nov 2017

Probe team looks to Scotland Yard for clues in Gauri Lankesh case

The special investigation team (SIT) probing the murder of journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh murder has hit a bump as it has been unable to match the empty cartridges found at her house with those fou

08 Oct 2017

We were caned for complaining, say prisoners

Inmates were singled out and thrashed for sharing concerns with ex-DIG (Prisons) D Roopa. They were later shifted to other jails, prisoners tell Express

18 Jul 2017

Villages on fringes of Bannerghatta National Park live in fear after death of CRPF men

Residents of villages on the fringes of Bannerghatta National Park dread stepping out at night, carry crackers if they have to

10 May 2017