Sushma Swaraj no more: Former EAM had made her mark with administrative skills; demise leaves major void in politics
Sushma Swaraj's last prominent public appearance was on 30 May, 2019, when the second Narendra Modi-led government was sworn in.
Karnataka By Election Results 2018: Final tally of votes from Ramanagara, Shimoga, Mandya, Bellary and Jamkhandi
The by-election for three Lok Sabha and two Vidhan Sabha seats were held on Saturday. Bypolls in Bellary, Shimoga and Mandya Lok Sabha seats, and Ramanagara and Jamkhandi Assembly seats were necessitated by the resignation of three MPs and one MLA, and the death of another MLA.
Sunil Chhetri had earlier signed a three-year deal with the Blues ahead of their move to the Indian Super League last season. Chhetri, who is the longest serving player at the club, spoke of his delight at the extension.
Shades of Saffron: Congress' 'Sonia' factor, the BJP's counter, and the story of a war-like election
In Shades of Saffron, Saba Naqvi draws from her own first-person experiences to present anecdotes from the BJP's history and analyse its strategies
The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea filed by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Gali Janardhan Reddy, for allowing him to go to Bellary to campaign for his brother, G Somashekar Reddy, contesting for the upcoming assembly elections in Karnataka.
Karnataka Election 2018: BJP-TDP tussle, history with Bellary Reddys present twin troubles as party eyes dwindling support
Right from the tussle over Andhra Pradesh special category status to Amit Shah distancing BJP from the Reddys of Bellary, the party seems to have jeopardised its prospects in Karnataka with its policies and decisions at the Centre
Manjula Chellur retires as Chief Justice of Bombay High Court, Justice VK Tahilraman to take over as acting CJ
Chellur was the second woman judge to be appointed as the Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court
Karnataka BJP president BS Yeddyurappa made an appearance at the wedding venue of Gali Janardhana Reddy's daughter. Does it mean that the BJP is looking to once again repair its relationship with the expelled Reddy?
The presence of senior BJP leaders at Gali Janardhana Reddy's daughter's wedding mocks those who dared to question his vulgar display of wealth while exposing the party's double standards on black money
This week, Reddy has taken over the 50-acre Palace Grounds in Bengaluru. That is where the Vijayanagara empire will be recreated, complete with the Vijaya Vithala temple architecture of Hampi. It promises to be an out-of-this-world experience, to which only the 50,000 VIP invitees will get access.
Manjula Chellur, the chief justice of Kerala High court was appointed the new 41st Chief Justice of Bombay High Court. On Monday, Chellur took her oath making her the second woman, after Sujata Manohar (1994) to occupy the post
India’s tech capital Bengaluru is falling apart — well, almost. In the second part of this article, Firstpost traces the origins of IT boom in Bengaluru and offers solutions to the infrastructural bottlenecks that plague the city.
With a booster from the Assembly by-polls outcome, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Monday said he would expand his cabinet after talking to Congress President Sonia Gandhi.
A special anti-money laundering court in New Delhi has attached assets worth over Rs 37.86 crore belonging to former Karnataka minister and mining baron Gali Janardhana Reddy and his wife in connection with an alleged multi-crore iron ore mining scam.
He has close links with a jailed mining tycoon from the southern Indian town where the scandal has put thousands of miners out of work.
With the fall of the high and mighty mining barons, this iron rich district, infamously known as the "Republic of Bellary", is going to the Lok Sabha polls bereft of the overbearing mining clout and hangover.
While Hampi, a Unesco world heritage site in Karnataka's Bellary district, commences its annual festival, archaeologists are concerned about the ensuing destruction of the city's priceless antiquities.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a Steel Ministry's petition seeking relaxation of the limits of permissible production of mines currently functional in Karnataka.
Karnataka has more than 47,000 severely malnourished children, according to government figures.