Gururaj A. Paniyadi

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2 arrested over proof tampering

Based on the information provided by the accused during interrogation in the Manipal gangrape case, the Udupi police on Tuesday arrested two people for tampering with evidence.

Nurse Jacintha’s kin grieve in Udupi

“It is hard to believe that our Jacintha committed suicide in London. She was not a girl of such mindset,” said Irene D’Souza, the dead nurse’s sister-in-law.

Sonia takes on BJP on graft

Congress president Sonia Gandhi came out strongly in defence of the Union government’s decision to allow FDI in retail and increase the price of fuel here on Thursday. She also claimed it was in the forefront of the fight against corruption.

College in Karnataka bans burqa on campus

The Sri Subrahmanyeshwara First Grade College run by the Sri Kukke Subrahmanya Temple in Karnataka has reintroduced the ban on burqa on its campus disregarding the advice of the Deputy Commissioner ag

BSY team eyes coastal areas

Team Yedyurappa seems to be laying the groundwork for launching a new party by trying to persuade former BJP MLA, Shakunthala Shetty, to join forces with it and strengthen its presence in the coasta

Maoists reject surrender offer

The apprehension that Maoists may shun the government’s peace initiative has come true with not a single Maoist surrendering during the six-day ceasefire announced by the government, which ended on S

1 day left: Will they give in?

With less than 24 hours for the deadline on ceasefire offered to the Naxalites to lapse, no ultra had offered to give up arms till late Saturday evening. Chief minister Jagadish Shettar had declared

Families hope Maoists will shed arms, join mainstream

The week-long ceasefire announced by the state government for the Maoists to surrender has brought hope to the parents and family members of the ultras who have been waiting for long for their wards t

Week’s truce: Will Reds escape or surrender?


Will the week-long ceasefire offered by the state government motivate the Maoists, holed up in the hills of Malnad, to surrender or give them crucial time to move to safer areas? The Anti-Naxal Force

All I wanted was a decent life: Lankan refugee

“I wanted a good job. I tried hard, but could not get one, only because I am a Sri Lankan refugee. I decided to sneak into Australia as an illegal immigrant. I know that it is against the law, but all

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