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Son not accused: Rambabu

Barkatpura Congress corporator Diddi Rambabu said that his son Dr D. Krishna had been called as a witness and was not a beneficiary in the scam.

“It was a case of mistaken identity. My son was caugh

E-cash transfer will be game-changer, says PC


Electronic cash transfers will be based on Aadhaar (Unique Identification Number) platform. The entire country is targeted to be covered by the end of 2013.

Rejecting the Opposition charge that the

H-K special status: Karnataka softens stance

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The Karnataka government on Tuesday softened its demand for a redrafting of the parliament Bill giving special status to the Hyderabad-Karnataka region under Article 371 of the Constitution.

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It’s official: Jaya, Shettar set for Cauvery pow-wow


Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa will meet her Karnataka counterpart Jagadish Shivappa Shettar in Bengaluru on Thursday to iron out their differences on the long-drawn Cauvery water dispute.

Organs — Harvest a life


The world may have marked Organ Donation Day on Tuesday, but statistics in the state show there is little to celebrate. The rate of organ donation in Karnataka is an appalling 10-12% per year, while a

Outplayed, but no need to hit panic button


There is once again a hue and cry in India after India’s loss at the Wankhede in the second Test. It was a great match to watch, though lot of Indian fans will be disappointed that India finished on t

Justice pending for molested kids


After a gap of seven years, Mary Therese McCormack and Catherine Dunleavy have come to Kochi again seeking justice for a bunch of boys, aged between four and 15, who were sexually harassed by a man i

Kottayam man sexually abused daughters for 2 years, arrested

A thirty-year-old man has been arrested on the charge of sexually exploiting his two minor daughters over a period of two years.

Binu of Karikkode near Peruva in the district was held after his wife

Karnataka’s capitulation complete


Before the start of play on the final day of Karnataka’s Ranji Trophy Group ‘B’ fixture against Odisha here, home skipper Vinay Kumar was busy facing throwdowns from a reserve player. In one way, the

Painting first Biennale red

Artistic activity will be evident not just inside the venues of the Kochi Muziris Biennale in Fort Kochi, but also outside.

Walls of major buildings that lead to the sites have become canvases for t

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.