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Teacher gets water for meals

The headmistress of a government primary school in the hamlet of Doni Thanda in Gadag district has been carrying 18 litres of purified water over 22 kms to cook the mid-day meal and provide students with drinking water, bearing the entire cost from her own pocket as the high fluoride content in the village water makes it unfit for consumption.

Shettar loses ministers on home turf

Causing much embarrassment to Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar on his home turf, at least six legislators, two ministers and most MLCs of the undivided Dharwad district pledged their support for B.S.

Shettar seat shaky, KJP has CM in gunsights

Chief minister Jagadish Shettar may believe that his party will be able to safeguard its vote bank against the onslaught of the new party launched by B.S. Yeddyurappa, but the first point of attack by the Karnataka Janata Party could be Mr Shettar’s own seat.

yeddyurappa to muslims: kjp the party for you

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Rebel BJP leader B.S. Yed­d­yurappa who is wooing leaders from across the political spectrum for his proposed Karnataka Jana­ta Party (KJP), has not left even disgruntled elements in the Congress alon

CM Shettar’s personal website hacked

For the hacker, no one is above board, not even Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar. The personal website of Mr Shettar was allegedly hacked by some people based in Pakistan who posted provocative and inf

BSY puts Eshwarappa on notice

Former chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa continued to keep the Bharatiya Janata Party top brass on tenterhooks by making a not-so-subtle attack on deputy chief minister K.S. Eshwarappa’s performance and

Hindus, Muslims unite for festival

With reports that the Ganesh Chaturti festival was a possible terror target, people belonging to the Hindu and Muslim communities here have joined hands to revive the festive spirit and instill confid

HuJI’s Master & Commander

Terror handlers used provocative visuals of Godhra riots and hate speeches by right-leaning Hindu activists to enlist and indoctrinate young and well-educated professionals into their network, the arr

‘Hubli-Dharwad ideal for terror’

The proximity of the twin cities of Hubli-Dharwad to Maharashtra and Goa makes them attractive to terrorists as they can carry out their inter-state sabotage operations from here with ease, according

Suspect defaulted in repaying loan

Wahid Kanakannavar, arrested by the Bengaluru Central Crime Branch and the Uttar Pradesh police for his alleged links with the outlawed Indian Mujahideen, was unemployed after passing his MBA with a f

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