Karnataka transport corporation employees call off strike after state govt accepts 'nine out of ten demands'
Following an assurance by the government to consider paying salaries as recommended in the Sixth Pay Commission, the protesting employees agreed to call off the strike
Bengaluru lockdown to start from tomorrow: KSRTC to operate 1,600 additional buses for passengers leaving city
The Karnataka government last week decided to impose complete lockdown for a week in Bengaluru urban and rural from 14 July (tomorrow) given the growing cases of COVID-19.
'Karnataka was better prepared for COVID-19 than other states': BS Yediyurappa on governance, jobs and coronavirus
It has not been smooth sailing for Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa over the past nine months since he assumed power
Migrant workers hoping to leave Bengaluru for homes, forced to pay double and triple price for bus tickets as KSRTC hikes fares
A large number of people, including migrant labourers who were rendered jobless after the imposition of lockdown in March, gathered at Majestic Bus Terminal in Bengaluru on Saturday morning to travel back to their respective home States
The bodies of all the 19 passengers killed in the mishap on Thursday had been brought to the state after post-mortem
Karnataka bandh: Stones pelted at Tirupati-Mangaluru bus in Farangipet; Ola, auto services set to be hit in Bengaluru, public services unaffected
Stones were pelted at a Tirupati-Mangaluru bus in Farangipet as the 12-hour Karnataka bandh call by several pro-Kannada organisations under the banner of Karnataka Sanghatanegala Okkoota began on Thursday.
One dead in Karnataka as flood situation worsens; Belagavi worst affected after water from Maharashtra's Koyna dam gushes into Krishna river
One person was killed while scores of houses collapsed in parts of Karnataka as the flood situation worsened in the southern state on Tuesday.
Shivakumara Swami's funeral today: As devotees throng Lingayat seer's Siddaganga mutt, traffic in Tumakuru diverted
The state government declared a three-day state mourning from Monday. All schools, colleges and government offices will remain closed owing to Shivakumara's demise. The seer will be laid to rest at the mutt on Tuesday, in view of which the district authorities have made elaborate security arrangements.
Bharat bandh: Transport workers join trade union strike demanding minimum wage; schools shut in Karnataka; protests in Bengal, Odisha, Assam
Scores of transport workers, demanding social security and a monthly salary of Rs 24,000, are observing a two-day nationwide strike starting from Tuesday. West Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Karnataka and Kerala are likely to be the worst-affected states.
Kerala Hartal over Sabarimala costs cancer patient her life as she dies waiting for help; 100 KSRTC buses burnt, 20 CPM offices vandalised
Soon after the shutdown began over the women's entry into the Sabarimala temple, hordes of right-wing activists burned tyres and granite blocks on the streets of Kerala, bringing vehicular traffic to a halt at several places.
Sabarimala row: Devotee organisations say Kerala Police's new security measures may only compound chaos
The virtual queue system, which is similar to the digital system introduced by police since 2012, has not been effective in crowd management at Sabarimala.
Sabarimala row: BJP gears up for showdown with Kerala government as Lord Ayyappa temple set to reopen briefly
The Sabarimala Action Committee, a group of various Hindu outfits spearheading the agitation, claimed hundreds of women have come forward to defend their faith and customs and will do so on 5 November.
Sabarimala row: Jolt to Kerala CM as Devaswom ministers of five southern states abstain from meet seeking cooperation
According to the official schedule, the meeting was supposed to be inaugurated by Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.,
Bharat bandh affects normal life in Karnataka: BS Yeddyurappa says only 'extortionists' benefit from shutdown
Roads in Bengaluru wore a deserted look since morning as government buses, private taxis and most of the autorickshaws did not ply.
Karnataka floods: Heavy rains cause floods, landslides in Kodagu; over 800 rescued from flood-hit district
Heavy rains have caused floods and landslides in Karnataka's Kodagu. Rescue teams have saved over 800 people from the district
Special status category for Andhra Pradesh: CPM, Congress, YSRCP extend support to statewide bandh; bus services affected
Normal life was affected in Andhra Pradesh with people's group Andhra Pradesh Pratyeka Hoda Saadhana Samiti launching a statewide band on Monday to press for special status for the state
DMK launches strike to demand Cauvery Management Board, leads protest to Marina Beach; transport affected
The protests in Tamil Nadu over the constitution of the Cauvery Management Board are set to continue on Thursday.
The general strike called by various trade unions demanding a rollback of a central government order allowing fixed-term employment across all sectors, affected normal life in the state on Monday. Most of the shops and business establishments remained shut.
Kerala braces for 24-hour strike as major trade unions protest against proposed employment regulations
Normal life in Kerala is expected to be affected on Monday in view of a 24-hour general strike called by various trade unions demanding the rollback of a central government order allowing fixed-term employment across sectors.
Cauvery verdict: Bus services between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu hit after SC order; security stepped up in Bengaluru, Mysore
The state-run Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation's (KSRTC) services to neighbouring Tamil Nadu were hit on Friday after the Supreme Court's verdict on the Cauvery river water