SC allows NLSUI to conduct NLAT 2020 tomorrow, but bars it from declaring results; next hearing on 16 Sep
In a plea, ex-NLSIU VC R Venkata Rao had opposed the entrance examination, saying the decision to conduct it was "taken without application of mind, thereby completely prejudicing students at final hour"
AIHMCT WAT 2020 result declared: Check score of written admission test and merit list at aihmctbangalore.edu.in
The institute has also released the merit list that includes names of 90 students, who will have to take part in the online counselling
Bengaluru violence: 3 killed in police firing after mob vandalises Congress MLA's home over social media post
Bengaluru Police Commissioner has said that the accused has been arrested for posting derogatory posts and 110 people have been arrested for arson, stone-pelting, and assault on police
Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chandigarh among other cities, install vending machines for face masks, sanitisers and gloves
The railways is planning to install such vending machines at several other railway stations as well, including at few other suburban railway stations in Mumbai.
Dhruva Sarja said he and his wife Prerana are exhibiting mild symptoms, and have admitted themselves to a hospital.
In Boys from Good Families, writer Usha KR's obsessive eye for detail undermines larger social themes
In Boys from Good Families, Usha KR’s verbosity wrestles uncomfortably with her social and moral messaging, proving to be counterproductive in establishing the larger picture that often goes amiss.
Karnataka's weavers and artisans strive to survive in lockdown with paltry government aid, mounting debts
Weavers and artisans in Karnataka struggle to pay for their daily needs in lockdown, as government relief packages barely help them pay their bills, adding to their debt instead.
Toy-making artisans of Karnataka's Channapatna struggle to stay afloat without government help in lockdown
Karnataka's Channapatna craftspersons lead precarious lives like any other artisan in the country. And with the onset of the pandemic-induced lockdown, their woes have only increased through the months.
Amit Kar and Samrat Pradhan from the Northeast staying in Bangalore were stopped on their way to a medical store and harassed by the police.
Erapalli Prasanna played international cricket on his own terms. That’s hardly surprising, because he has lived his entire life on his own terms, too.
Tirumala temple to sell sacred Tirupati laddu prasadam at 50% discount in Andhra, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bengaluru
Authorities of Sri Venkateswara temple have decided to sell 'Tirupati laddu Prasadam' among devotees at 50% discount in Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad and all district headquarters in Andhra Pradesh.
Loud noise heard across Bengaluru was sonic boom from routine IAF test flight, clarifies defence ministry; quashes rumours of earthquakes
An Indian Air Force fighter plane on a routine sortie caused the sonic boom that created panic across Bengaluru on Wednesday afternoon, the defence ministry confirmed late on Wednesday night.
'Scorn, ridicule will not go unnoticed': UAE royal warns after BJP MP Tejasvi Surya's tweet about Arab women
In response to the backlash being faced by BJP MP Tejasvi Surya, who had deleted a five-year-old tweet after social media users in the Gulf countries criticised him for his remarks on Arab women, Sharjah royal family member Princess Hend Al Qassimi said that the “scorn and ridicule will not go unnoticed”
Coronavirus Outbreak: Beijing can be prosecuted under international laws for 'under-reporting' virus threat
Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has showed no restraint in blaming China for the spread of COVID-19, even though critics have accused him of 'racism'
Coronavirus Outbreak: India is in Phase 2; if we don't stop transmissions, country could slip into Italy-like situation, says top virologist
In this interview, Dr Jameel addresses some of the questions regarding the novel coronavirus pandemic. He said, "If we don't stop the transmission, we should brace ourselves for an Italy-like situation, perhaps even worse, considering our healthcare infrastructure."
Coronavirus pandemic: Former India badminton coach Vimal Kumar wants Olympic-bound athletes to be allowed to train after undergoing tests
Following the respective directives of the Telangana and Karnataka governments, the Pullela Gopichand Academy in Hyderbad and Prakash Padukone Academy in Bangalore have been shut down for two weeks
Will carry energy of Virat Kohli, flamboyance of KL Rahul to Over-50s World Cup, says India captain Shailendra Singh
Firstpost sat down with India's Over'50s captain Shailendra Singh to talk about the preparations for the World Cup, challenges of playing competitive cricket at an advanced age, team's strengths, goals and much more
Priya Balasubramanian’s novel is a story about how prejudices can sometimes lead to catastrophic consequences that threaten to destroy the peace within a family. It also highlights the effect mistrust and lies can have on the peace within a family, especially on the minds of innocent but keenly perceptive children.
Coronavirus outbreak: PMO, Health Ministry hold high-level meet to review preparedness, all states on high alert
The Prime Minister's Office on Saturday reviewed India's preparedness to deal with the deadly coronavirus amid mounting global concern over increasing number of cases in China, the epicentre of the outbreak, and several other countries.
Coronavirus scare prompts India to step up screening: 11 people possibly exposed to virus under observation in 8 cities
Eleven people, seven in Kerala, two in Mumbai and one each in Bengaluru and Hyderabad, who are among hundreds of passengers who returned from China in the recent days are under observation in hospitals to check for possible exposure to the deadly novel coronavirus.