K Shiva Kumar

BSY keeps faith, AH Vishwanath could still be minister

However, he now has reason to smile. His literary pursuit has clinched him a place in the Council, thus keeping his ambition of becoming minister alive.

23 Jul 2020

Week-long Bengaluru sealing will hit us, say Karnataka vegetable farmers

The farmers are worried about the week-long lockdown in Bengaluru starting Tuesday night as they won’t be able to take their produce to the capital city.

13 Jul 2020

Siddarmaiah moves to farmhouse to keep safe

Siddaramaiah’s close aides H C Mahadevappa, K Venkatesh, H P Manjunath and MLA Badarali Hampana Gowda are part of his regular political discussions.

07 Jul 2020

Myanmar scholar puts together Solega-English dictionary

Tribal language on verge of extinction; community wants their culture recorded

06 Jul 2020

Seal border, stay safe: Bars, trenches shut off traffic, tourism

This will again bring the curtains down on tourism in the region, that includes Bara Chukki falls, Hoggenekal and other points.

03 Jul 2020

Pushcart vendor elected APMC prez

Poverty forced the son of a mason to give up education after SSLC and take up a job as a daily wage worker in the APMC yard.

27 Jun 2020

Satphone call: Chamarajanagar police on alert

Police detected satphone signals in Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary a week ago, and have ramped up surveillance 

23 Jun 2020

Karnataka’s yoga instructors in China on tenterhooks

They  crossed the borders to teach yoga to the people of China and other neighbouring countries and also to find a better living for themselves.

21 Jun 2020

AH Vishwanath could be staring at political boondocks

He had hoped to be the hero of a political thriller with many twists and turns, but Adaguru H Vishwanath ended up as a tragic hero.

19 Jun 2020

All three ‘aya Rams’ figure in BJP MLC probables’ list

Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa had promised A H Vishwanath, M T B Nagaraj and R Shankar, who played an important role in BJP coming to power, that they would be made MLCs.  

17 Jun 2020

Resuming of spinning mills can close ‘yarning gap’

Reelers who produce silk yarn say the drastic fall in price has taken the sheen off the silk. But both the farmers and reelers are hoping for better days.

16 Jun 2020

Raitha wrath: More of Cauvery ordered to flow away 

The Cauvery Water Management Authority has directed the state to release 40.34 tmcft of water to Tamil Nadu in June and July.

14 Jun 2020

Jinxed district earlier, Chamarajanagar a model for Karnataka today

It now stands with Diu and Daman and Lakshadweep islands, which have had no positive cases.

30 May 2020

Congress shows signs of revival amid corona crisis

What is also perhaps working in the Congress’ favour is the low profile of the JDS which is losing ground in its traditional pockets.

27 May 2020

Karnataka seals forests to stop migrants from TN

The government has closed roads and sealed forest areas in Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border to stop people from entering the state illegally slipping past check posts.

26 May 2020