Rashmi Belur

Agents of foreign medical universities on prowl in Bengaluru

Such agents have set up camps in star hotels in the city, and have been contacting undergraduate medical seat aspirants after gathering their contact details from the public domain.

18 May 2018

Sympathy helped Haris overcome ‘assault’ issue

Despite going through a horrific episode of his son Mohammed Nalapad’s alleged assault on a businessman’s son on February 17, Congress sitting MLA of Shanthinagar constituency NA Hari

17 May 2018

First-time voters to go by parents’ choice

First-time voters who constitute 3 per cent of the total voters this assembly elections on May 12, feels that they need somebody’s help to choose the candidate. 

11 May 2018

After two wins, it will be a tough battle this time for BJP nominee

Though Bengaluru South has been a BJP bastion the last two assembly elections, this time it will not be an easy win for the saffron party here.

10 May 2018

Pre-University colleges cannot offer integrated courses

Department warns of disaffiliation as no college has permission to run such courses, asks parents to file complaints.

09 May 2018

Boy writes examination with injured spinal cord, hip bone, scores 89 per cent

All the pain that the 16-year-old accident victim underwent to write his Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination by lying down on the floor has finally paid dividends.

08 May 2018

Voters end up with ‘cheap gifts’

In several assembly constituencies across Bengaluru, voters are upset over the ‘cheap gifts’ they have received from contesting candidates, who are hoping that these gifts would encourage them to vote

08 May 2018

Slums are where bread of candidates is buttered

Though D-Day that will see voters of the state queuing up at polling booths is less than a week away, campaigning of many city candidates is not yet visible.

07 May 2018

Everyone wants a piece of Bengaluru Central University land

It seems like everyone is eyeing the space available at Bengaluru Central University campus which is located at the heart of the city.

06 May 2018

Voters take punishing vows to defeat unscrupulous candidates

The upcoming assembly elections is not just a fight between candidates, there are even voters who are equally invested.

05 May 2018

PU II: Less students, more 100% results

At least 11 of 25 colleges securing 100 % results have less than 10 students; one of them has just three students

03 May 2018

Cut-off marks for degree courses go up this year

Last year, the cut-off for the admissions was 83%,this year, it is expected to touch 88%

02 May 2018

RTE shocker: Bengaluru city kids get seats in North Karnataka schools

Technical error leads to confusion, leaves poor parents confused, running from pillar to post.

26 Apr 2018

South Bengaluru wants a whiff of freshness

Residents of Jayanagar, Padmanabhanagar, Basavanagudi say they need new faces as elected representatives, want greenery restored

26 Apr 2018

Summer camp plan goes into cold storage

Shortage of funds has played spoilsport for the students of state government schools. This year, the department of primary and secondary education has decided not to hold the summer camp, leaving those eagerly waiting to take part in it disappointed.

25 Apr 2018