Amit S Upadhye
Man walks into marriage hall holding green-vine snake, posed with groom in Karnataka
According to reports, the accused had gone for a snake rescue in the city limits. As he was getting delayed for his friend's marriage, he went with the snake to attain the wedding.
27 May 2023
No ‘power bhagya’, man attacks Gescom staffer in Karnataka's Koppal
According to eyewitnesses, the accused demanded that he needs time to clear the bills. He will do so only after the state govt implements its guarantee of providing 200 units of free electricity.
25 May 2023
Karnataka polls: Double engine or reverse gear? You decide, Shah tells voters
He said that the Centre is striving hard to boost development in Karnataka in railways, health, education, ports, airports, road infrastructure and social welfare.
25 Apr 2023
Karnataka polls: Shettar meets Rahul, discusses issues related to Lingayats
According to informed Congress sources, Rahul and Shettar discussed several issues related to the Lingayat community and also the highlights of BJP’s poll planning in Karnataka.
24 Apr 2023
Karnataka polls announcement: Villagers in Koppal upset about delay in multi-crore water project
The lift irrigation project which aimed to bring drinking water to 20 villages of Yelburga taluk from River Krishna was supposed to be launched on Wednesday by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.
30 Mar 2023
11th CE Tirthankara statue unearthed in Belagavi
The area under Chalukyan kings was ruled by Savadatti Rutt family between 850 AD and 1230 AD.
29 Mar 2023
Family tense after son gets arrested for PM's security breach attempt
Meanwhile, the youth Basavaraj Katagi, a resident of Gudlanur in Koppal district has been released on bail.
27 Mar 2023
Karnataka elections: Party leaders mark houses with alphabets to identify freebie beneficiaries
"If there is only one woman voter, A is written on the wall and if there are five women voters in the house letter E is written," said a resident of Kampli town.
26 Mar 2023
'I wanted his blessings, I kneeled down when I looked at him': Sangha worker
There was no thought of being photographed with the prime minister when I decided to kneel down to take blessings, he added.
18 Mar 2023
Road projects to drive a wider knifeā into the Western Ghats
In the concluding part of the series, our reporter finds that forests in Shivamogga, which give life to Jog Falls and are home to endangered, rare wildlife, are being cleaved for wider roads.
16 Mar 2023
Tension in Haveri’s Rattihalli town as stones thrown on place of worship
A car, some autorickshaws and some two-wheelers that were parked along the road were damaged. No injuries were reported.
15 Mar 2023
Last wish: Archaeologist John Fritz’s ashes immersed in Tungabhadra
The priests at Virupaksha temple said that John was a regular visitor to the temple and used to come up with new theories on the monuments in Hampi whenever he visited.
10 Mar 2023
Hampi soaks in myriad of colours
Local guides, photographers and vendors also joined the tourists in celebrating Holi.
09 Mar 2023
2 Dalit houses set ablaze in Haveri, no casualties
Police have also formed a team to nab the accused who are absconding.
07 Mar 2023
Case against 25 after houses of Dalit families set ablaze in Karnataka's Nandihalli village
The eyewitnesses said that a group of villagers, against whom the police have booked the case, came to the houses at the Dalit colony and started throwing petrol and wood.
06 Mar 2023
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test