Communal polarisation

Strong Left can save India from religious fanatics: CPI leader R Mutharasan

Mutharasan says Communist parties are taking steps to join hands

published on : 19th August 2022

Nalin Kumar Kateel blames Congress for communal flare-up in Karnataka

He pointed out that internal bickering of the party is no longer a secret with the oneupmanship between Siddaramaiah and KPCC president DK Shivakumar.

published on : 7th June 2022

Communal polarisation showing results in Hindutva laboratory -- coastal Karnataka

Survey finds majority, minority communities almost fully radicalised, Cong falls into trap  

published on : 20th May 2022

Will not tolerate violence, unlawful behaviour: Bommai

“There is nothing wrong in expressing views, but the government will not tolerate if people take law into their own hands or indulge in violence.

published on : 12th April 2022

Allow minorities to live peacefully: BS Yediyurappa

The former CM said Bommai has already made it clear that government will not tolerate such acts.

published on : 12th April 2022

Investors, industries not going anywhere from Karnataka: Murugesh Nirani

Over the last few months, Karnataka has been in the news for various communal issues, raising concerns over its impact on the state’s investment scenario.

published on : 10th April 2022

Shun hatred, work hard: BJP MLC AH Vishwanath

He stated that for centuries, Muslims had shops near temples and there had never been a problem.

published on : 9th April 2022

Congress, JDS slam Karnataka govt over communal issues

This will backfire on the BJP in the coming days. It is unfortunate that anti-social elements are disturbing peace and creating tension in our State,” opposition leader Siddaramaiah said.

published on : 6th April 2022

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw expresses concern over communal rift

Taking to Twitter, Shaw said Karnataka has always forged inclusive economic development and the government must not allow such communal exclusion.

published on : 1st April 2022

BJP trying to divide Bengali and non-Bengali speaking people: Mamata

Banerjee took part in a sit-in organised to protest against the alleged violence perpetrated by BJP after the announcement of poll results.

published on : 30th May 2019