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PM attacks BJP rule in K’taka

In an all-round attack on the BJP government in Karnataka, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday accused it of “misgovernance” and “corruption” and said the minorities were feeling insecure under it

Week later, terror suspects meet kin

Suspects, arrested for the Bengaluru-Hubli terror plot, met their relatives on Wednesday, nearly a week after they were taken into custody while some were allowed to speak to their families on the tel

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

Calls to Saudi Arabia unravelled terror plot

Suspicious phone calls made from a cell phone in Bengaluru to a private phone number in Saudi Arabia and intercepted by the Counter Intelligence Cell of Andhra Pradesh, alerted the Central Crime Branc

Bengaluru police bust terror ‘sleeper cell’; 11 held


A fortnight after the hate campaign, allegedly launched by Pakistan’s ISI, which triggered the mass exodus of North-Easterners from Bengaluru, the Central Crime Branch of the City police cracked a hug

BSY set for tour, BJP support doubtful

Former chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa is all set to begin his state tour on Monday to assess his popularity and to chalk out his future plans after being forced out of office five months ago.

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