Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwath Narayan said that a detailed investigation would be carried out to identify the reasons for the unrest among the workers, the situation that enraged those in the morning shift and cover aspects related to payment of salary
Bengaluru violence: 'We are everybody's punching bag,' says SDPI leader as Karnataka govt mulls banning party
The SDPI in its attempt to match the RSS, Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad has allegedly drifted from promoting positive politics committed to empower the Muslims, Dalits and deprived communities
BS Yediyurappa reprimands senior Karnataka cabinet member for verbally abusing woman, calls behaviour 'unbecoming of a minister'
Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa on Thursday openly reprimanded his senior cabinet colleague JC Madhuswamy for verbally abusing a woman representing a farmers' organisation, saying his behaviour was "unbecoming of a minister."
Seat-sharing talks for LS polls could increase Congress-JD(S) woes as HD Kumaraswamy, others push for their kin
Late actor-politician Ambareesh's wife Sumalatha’s unexpected claim over Mandya constituency has resulted in a new headache for the JD(S)-Congress coalition in sharing the 28 LS seats in Karnataka
Narendra Modi, Yogi Adityanath's rallies in Karnataka gave fillip to BJP at some places, made no difference in others
Narendra Modi and Yogi Adityanath addressed several rallies in Karnataka. Here is an analysis of these rallies on the final voting pattern.
The voters in Kolar Gold Fields (KGF), the once famous gold mining town, are a disillusioned lot. They have now come to terms with a bitter truth: No political leader has revived the defunct gold mines
Karnataka polls: Politicians employing religious gimmicks, treating voters like beggars, says Nidumamidi Mutt’s Veerabhadra Swami
Nidumamidi Mutt’s Veerabhadra Swami talks about the Karnataka polls at a time when spiritual heads of state are in election spotlight like never before.
Several people are feared trapped inside a chemical factory in Malur after a cylinder blast started a fire in Malur town in Karnataka's Kolar district, reports said
Six people were killed and four injured when lightning struck a temple in a Mysuru village on Thursday, the police said.
Over 90 infant deaths reported in a Karnataka hospital since January, reveals state health department
Days after the Gorakhpur incident, the Karnataka health department has said 90 infant deaths were reported from a district hospital in Kolar since January
When about 10,000 farmers parked their tractors willy-nilly on the busy thoroughfares of Bengaluru on Thursday during peak school closing hours, it brought the city to a standstill.
Hitting back at BJP which has been pressing for a CBI probe into IAS officer D K Ravi's mysterious death, Karnataka Food Minister Dinesh Gundu Rao on Thursday wondered how the central agency could be trusted as it “is controlled by nefarious” BJP president Amit Shah.
Rejecting suicide theory and suspecting murder, family of DK Ravi who died under mysterious circumstances demanded a CBI probe as public anger over the incident swept across the state.
The election official who allowed the change was shifted from a polling centre in Kolar Lok Sabha constituency.
As polling continues in Karnataka, reports are coming in of clashes in Kolar between Congress workers and supporters of Independent candidate and minister Varthur Prakash.