Kerala polls 2021: DV Sadananda Gowda slams Left govt, claims state has become hub of 'anti-national activities'
The Union minister said if the BJP comes to power in Kerala, a law similar to the love jihad law formulated in Uttar Pradesh will be passed
Sadananda Gowda hospitalised in Bengaluru after collapsing due to low blood sugar; condition stable, says doctor
The Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers was brought to Aster CMI hospital at 4:45 pm on Sunday and will be kept under observation for the next 24 hours, the hospital's spokesperson said in a statement
'Exempted as I am a minister': Union minister Sadananda Gowda on not going into quarantine after flying from Delhi to Bengaluru
Gowda later said that he was allowed to skip quarantine as he is a minister and that there are certain exemptions in the state guidelines.
Fertiliser Ministry asks railway to focus on urea movement to Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan; says no shortage in two states
The domestic suppliers have already been advised to supply the urea, highly subsidised fertiliser, according to the allocated supply plan for December, it said.
Sadananda Gowda took charge of the ministry in addition to the existing portfolio, an official statement said
The final rituals for burying the mortal remains of Jayendra Saraswathi in the premises of the Kanchi Sankara Mutt began on Thursday morning in the presence of some of his family members.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday saints and seers have always served the Indian society and made a positive difference to it.
Rahul Gandhi says Siddaramaiah govt had a scam-free rule, accuses BJP of breaking 'world records' in graft in Karnataka
Rahul Gandhi said while the Congress' Siddaramaiah government had a scam-free rule, the BJP had broken "world records" in graft in Karnataka.
Amit Shah's visit to Karnataka: BJP leader meets Vokkaliga community leaders a day after sounding poll bugle
On the second day of his three-day visit to Karnataka ahead of the 2018 Assembly polls, BJP President Amit Shah on Sunday visited Adichunchanagiri Mutt, which is highly regarded by the dominant Vokkaliga community in the state.
The Karnataka government, which is under fire for considering a flag for the state, on Wednesday said the issue of whether a state could have its own flag was a "grey area"
Sadananda Gowda feels heat of demonetisation as Karnataka hospital refuses to release brother's body
Gowda's brother DV Bhaskar Gowda passed away after a brief illness on Tuesday and the hospital administration declined accept the payment in old currency notes.
Since 20111 around half-a-dozen cases of alleged corruption cases were filed against Yeddyurappa but he has subsequently been acquitted in all the cases.
At the stroke of 11 am on Wednesday, BS Yeddyurappa followed his two sons — Raghavendra and Vijayendra and son-in-law Sohan Kumar into court hall number 4 at the CBI special court in Bengaluru.
Over a month after the results of five assembly elections, the union government may be headed for a cabinet reshuffle, news reports said. The rejig is likely to take place on 4 July
Union minister for law and justice DV Sadananda Gowda has said he is concerned about false terror charges slapped on Muslim youths in the country.
The government on Wednesday said the report cited by the Chief Justice of India to claim that the country needed 40,000 judges was not based on any scientific research but maintained it has hastened efforts to fill up vacancies in Supreme Court and high courts.
Union Law Minister Sadananda Gowda said there was no procedural delay from the government's side in appointing judges
Over two crore cases are pending in the country's lower judiciary, out of which more than 10 per cent have remained unsettled for over 10 years, the latest Law Ministry data says.
Union minister's theatre of the absurd: After Bengaluru attack, Gowda tells state to keep eye on foreign students
Union Law Minister Sadananda Gowda on Friday asked the Karnataka government to form a special squad to keep a watch on foreign students, in the wake of an alleged assault and stripping of a Tanzanian woman here
To continue bilateral talks, Pakistan should stop terrorists from harming India, says Sadananda Gowda
Union Minister of Law and Justice DV Sadananda Gowda on Friday said that if Pakistan wants to continue talks with India, it has to take steps to curb terrorist activities originating from its soil.