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Apr 19, 2018
Narendra Modi pays tribute to Basaveshwara in London ahead of Karnataka polls: How dailies covered eventFollowing Narendra Modi's visit, most English language newspapers in Karnataka plastered photographs of the PM garlanding or standing next to Basaveshwara's statue on their front pages.
Apr 18, 2018
From London, Narendra Modi to pursue Lingayat votes back home: Decoding PM's UK visit ahead of Karnataka pollsPrime Minister Narendra Modi will be paying tribute to 12th Century Lingayat philosopher and social reformer Basaveshwara at his statue on the banks of the river Thames during his visit to the United Kingdom this week.
Feb 11, 2018
Karnataka Assembly polls: Rahul Gandhi to address rally at Devadurga, visit three districts in poll-bound stateCongress president Rahul Gandhi will campaign in three districts of poll-bound Karnataka during which he will address a tribal rally, two public meetings and visit a temple and a dargah, the party said
Feb 08, 2018
Narendra Modi's speech in Parliament: Behind emotion and drama was carefully-calibrated electoral strategyModi was his usual self, entirely focussed on delivering his speech. As soon as he entered the hall, he realised that a belligerent Opposition was hellbent on disrupting his speech
Dec 26, 2017
Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah says he is not 'dividing any religion' amid criticism over status for Veerashivas, LingayatsAmid raging differences on the issue of separate religion status to Veerashivas/Lingayats, Siddaramaiah said he was not making attempts to divide any religion
Sep 24, 2017
Lingayat religious issue: Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah says govt has nothing to do with ralliesAmidst an intensified campaign for a separate religious status to Veerashaivas-Lingayat faith, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday said the government has nothing to do with the rallies being organised in this regard.
Mar 02, 2017
Bengaluru steel flyover project scrapped: Activists claim victory but govt decision largely politicalBengaluru can breathe easy. Their 812 trees are safe. That many were to be sacrificed at the altar of the steel flyover, a work of monstrosity that was to connect Basaveshwara Circle to Hebbal to improve connectivity to the Bengaluru international airport. The government has decided to scrap the project that would have cost Rs 1,791 crore.
Oct 22, 2016
Bengaluru's steel flyover is emblematic of the changes in the city's green cover, way of lifeThe citizens who came to protest against the steel flyover were protesting against the systematic unravelling of the Bengaluru way of life, of the ravaging of its iconic structures and of the destruction of its green cover. They were fighting to reclaim their roads and their lung spaces and their pride in their city.