Hours after BS Yediyurappa's video message, Karnataka CM's daughter, 6 CMO staffers test COVID-19 positive
In a video message on Monday, BSY said that he is in 'good spirits with mild symptoms' and will get back to duties soon. He urged people to follow social distancing norms
No need to worry, will soon get back to work after recovering from COVID-19, says BS Yediyurappa in video
The Karnataka chief minister had tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday and is undergoing treatment at Bengaluru's Manipal Hospital
Karnataka HC asks govt to reconsider move to hold K-CET 2020 on 30-31 July; decision likely tomorrow
The writ petition was moved by Congress party's student wing, National Student Union of India (NSUI) on Monday challenging the state-level common entrance exam held for admissions to engineering and medical courses.
In November 2019, the chief minister had allegedly appealed to the Veerashaiva Lingayat community not to split votes while campaigning for a BJP candidate in Gokak.
Danish Sait, makers of French Biryani talk about taking their Bengaluru comedy to Amazon Prime Video
Danish Sait, the lead actor of French Biryani, talks about his viral lockdown series, and how his new film is all things Bengaluru.
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.
While calling off the lockdown in Bengaluru and Karnataka, the CM stressed on maintaining social distancing norms and wearing masks to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Only god can save us, says Karnataka health minister B Sriramulu as state sees sharp spike in COVID-19 cases
The minister's statement came in response to Congress' charge of the state government failing to tackle coronavirus spread, but he later claimed his remarks were 'misinterpreted' by a section of the media
Coronavirus Updates: Bengal extends lockdown in containment zones till 19 July, stringent orders in urban hotspots
Coronavirus LIVE Updates: Reports said that the enforcement of lockdown will be monitored strictly in Kolkata and five north Bengal urban hotspots
Coronavirus Updates: Jammu and Kashmir to re-open tourism in phased manner from 14 July, to allow only air travel
Coronavirus Updates: Tourists must have confirmed hotel bookings, return tickets and shall get tested for COVID-19 upon arrival, according to guidelines.
During this period hospitals facilities, groceries, milk, vegetables, medicines and other daily use items will be available, also already scheduled Medical exams will be held, the govt said
Yediyurappa said he will give necessary directions and suggestions online and appealed to people not to panic
The ACB had recently raided the office and residence of former CEO Vasudeva Maiya and a few other executives of the bank in connection with a fraud case
Commissioner of Health and Family Welfare issues show-cause notice to hospitals under the Karnataka Private Medical Establishment (KPME) Act, 2007.
Karnataka implements complete lockdown on five Sundays till 2 August under Unlock 2 norms; scheduled weddings to proceed as planned
In the containment zones in Karnataka, only essential activities shall be allowed. There shall be strict perimeter control to ensure that there is no movement of people in or out of these zones
Coronavirus Updates: Maharashtra reports 5,493 new cases, 156 deaths; case count climbs to 1,64,626, toll mounts to 7,429
Coronavirus Updates: Maharashtra reported the biggest single-day spike of 5,493 COVID-19 cases so far on Sunday, which took the tally of patients in the state to 1,64,626.
Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa warns of another lockdown in Bengaluru as cases rise, asks people to follow guidelines
Amid talks about re-imposing lockdown in Bengaluru following the recent spike in cases, the chief minister said he will hold discussions on Thursday and Friday regarding the strict measures that need to be taken to control the virus.
Suspended IAS officer BM Vijay Shankar found dead at his home in Bengaluru; case of unnatural death registered, probe underway
Vijay Shankar's body has been taken to the Victoria Hospital's morgue, where an autopsy will be performed.
Poor in Bengaluru unsure of next meal during COVID-19 lockdown; low quality PDS ration, absence of mid-day meals contributed to food insecurity
Many poor people in Bengaluru were forced to depend on meals and rations provided through the philanthropic efforts of private individuals.
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.