Karnataka News


Yediyurappa to meet Maharashtra Water Resources Minister in bid to tackle potential floods

Due to the lack of coordination between officials of both states, the release of water from Koyna has always resulted in floods across the Krishna belt

published : 17 Jun 2021

Demand for immunoglobulins goes up as children develop inflammation post-COVID

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children includes symptoms of fever, reddish rash over the body, red eyes and severe abdominal pain and occurs 2-6 weeks after COVID-19 infection

published : 17 Jun 2021

Kodagu administration ramps up paediatric infra for possible third wave

A team of medical professionals has come forward to assess the concerns around the impending third wave. 

published : 17 Jun 2021

Docs find gangrene in post-COVID patients, say it may lead to amputation of body parts

If there is a delay in consultation, it could lead to amputation of a hand or leg and if part of the intestine is dead, that segment has to be removed

published : 17 Jun 2021

HC directs Karnataka govt not to announce 2nd PU results till expert panel takes decision

The court told the government to put freshers and repeaters in the same basket since the results of first PU of repeaters, excluding private students, are available to be taken into consideration

published : 17 Jun 2021

Numbers just don’t add up; Mysuru Covid death figures raise questions

According to data sourced from the DES, Mysuru district recorded a total of 1,222 deaths in March 2021, while in March 2020, there were 893 deaths.

published : 17 Jun 2021

In Karnataka's Sandur village, health staff inoculate farmers in their fields

District Health Officer Dr Janardhana H L said Ballari and Vijayanagara districts had earlier reported a high number of cases and fatalities.

published : 17 Jun 2021

Panel to Karnataka Govt: Can reopen malls, restaurants from June 21

The committee has also recommended that the lifting of night curfew and opening of schools and colleges should be decided separately.

published : 17 Jun 2021

Pharma firms get quick eco-clearances in Karnataka

Last year, 11 greenfield firms got the nod; 33 companies had applied for product change

published : 17 Jun 2021

Post-Covid challenges can affect productivity and mental well-being

‘This is a protracted period of stress not known to present generation’

published : 17 Jun 2021

Agro centres to tie up with Israel, help double farm income in India

While the centre for mango cultivation is located in Kolar, the centre for pomegranate is in Bagalkot and the centre for vegetables is in Dharwad.

published : 17 Jun 2021

Power games over pandemic for BJP, says DK Suresh

BJP leaders are fighting for power at a time when the state is in the throes of the Covid-19, Congress leader and Bengaluru Rural MP DK Suresh said.

published : 17 Jun 2021

Allocated Rs 168 crore, but Karnataka election panel gets only Rs 25 lakh

Move indicates government not keen on holding TP, ZP polls till year-end due to Covid-19

published : 17 Jun 2021

Won’t interfere in decision on NEET: Karnataka HC

When all other examinations are being conducted during the current Covid-19 pandemic, there was no reason to postpone NEET, he argued. 

published : 17 Jun 2021

DJ Halli riots: Karnataka HC allows bail pleas of accused

It noted that the application filed by the prosecution seeking more time for investigation was not notified either to the accused or to their advocates, a day after their custody was extended.

published : 17 Jun 2021