Latest News on Coastal Karnataka
Showing of 0 - 10 from 7 results
Coastal Karnataka - Total results - 7
Jun 09, 2018
Heavy rains lash coastal Karnataka: Schools and colleges shut; IMD issues alert, advises fishermen to be cautiousSchools and colleges have been shut in the coastal districts of Karnataka on Saturday due to heavy monsoon rains lashing the region, officials said.
May 17, 2018
Karnataka Election Results 2018: Central region shows shifts towards BJP as party wins 14 of 36 seatsThe Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which won 104 seats in the 2018 Karnataka Assembly elections compared to 40 in 2013, won 57 percent seats from coastal Karnataka and Malnad, and Bombay-Karnataka.
May 16, 2018
Narendra Modi, Yogi Adityanath's rallies in Karnataka gave fillip to BJP at some places, made no difference in othersNarendra Modi and Yogi Adityanath addressed several rallies in Karnataka. Here is an analysis of these rallies on the final voting pattern.
May 03, 2018
Karnataka polls: BJP's failure to nominate any Hindu fishermen could hurt poll chances in Uttara Kannada's KarwarMore than 5,000 youths from the fishermen community in coastal Karnataka's Karwar have defected from BJP to Congress after the party failed to nominate a candidate from the community in the upcoming Karnataka Assembly polls
Mar 09, 2018
Congress, BJP's competitive communal politics in poll-bound Karnataka augurs ill for people of the stateIt is obvious that Karnataka is seeing a communal election campaign. While either the Congress or BJP will gain, there will be one certain loser — Karnataka.
Dec 13, 2017
BJP responsible for unrest in coastal Karnataka, says state home minister R Ramalinga ReddyIn the wake of BJP protests over the death of a young man, Karnataka home minister R Ramalinga Reddy on Tuesday blamed the opposition party for disturbing peace in the coastal region of the southern state.
Oct 03, 2017
Mangaluru's present identity as hotbed of communal tension sharply contrasts with its peaceful pastAfter 2000, polarisation along religious lines became more pronounced in Mangaluru and coastal Karnataka. The battle lines based on religion were drawn.