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YSRCP will order a fresh probe into land scam, says Amarnath

‘Tummapala Cooperative Sugar Factory will be revived’

Marriages become happier as temple bears food expenses

Food being supplied to hospitals, orphanages, old-age homes free of cost

L.V. Navaneeth appointed next CEO of ‘The Hindu’

He will be taking over from June 1, 2019

State Congress committee faces leadership crisis

Yet to find replacement for president, Assembly leader

Tweet on VBA talks with Cong. goes viral

Ambedkar denies posting message but shares sentiment

Goa police arrest Solapur youth for stalking tourist

Victim uploaded video on social media

2018 Kerala floods: Celebrating Shadia’s compassion amid crisis

A documentary links a child’s spontaneous gesture to a larger response to disaster

Weak organisation led to Sena loss in Shirur: analysts

Dr. Kolhe’s image as highly-educated professional, popularity as actor combined with vigorous campaign drew voters

Mettur dam unlikely to be opened on June 12

Storage in Karnataka not enough

There was latent anger against Thambi Durai: Jothimani

Young Congress leader S Jothimani has emerged as the ‘giant killer’ of the Lok Sabha elections in Tamil Nadu having defeated AIADMK propaganda secreta

DMK MLAs to take oath tomorrow

The swearing-in ceremony of the newly-elected Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam MLAs will take place at Fort St. George on May 28, party sources said. The par

Elangovan blames it on Election Commission and EVMs

Says he is collecting evidence to move the court

‘Will accept my party’s decision on Cabinet berth’

OPS’s son says money had no part to play in his victory

Will not quit TDP at any cost: Ganta

Referring to the talk in political circles that he will quit the TDP, former HRD Minister and MLA-elect from Visakhapatnam North Ganta Srinivasa Rao h

Quake hits Bankura district

A low-intensity earthquake, measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale, shook West Bengal’s Bankura district and its nearby areas on Sunday, the Met departmen

One arrested for BJP worker’s murder in West Bengal

Political blame-game on between BJP and TMC

Patients suffer as dialysis centre in dire need of machines, staff

New block at Odisha hospital to have six machines: Dean

Steady stream of visitors to Krishna’s residence triggers speculation

Ramesh Jarkiholi, Sudhakar meet BJP leaders at ex-CM’s residence; Sumalatha also stops by

Son ‘kills’ man over sharing of chicken dish

The police have arrested a youth for allegedly killing his father with a rock over sharing of a chicken dish at Pamuganipalle village of V.Kota mandal

JD(S), Cong. leaders blame coalition for poll debacle

Leaders from both coalition parties JD(S) and Congress from Tumakuru, where former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda lost to the BJP, batted for putting

Mamata’s offer to quit only a drama: BJP

BJP leader Mukul Roy on Sunday described Trinamool Congress president Mamata Banerjee’s offer to quit as the West Bengal Chief Minister following her

Cabinet reshuffle on the cards to douse rebellion?

Strategy is to isolate rebels by offering berths to their supporters

‘Let poverty not becomea hindrance to studies’

Inmates of children homes with good marks in SSC felicitated

FIR filed against Vishweshwar Bhat

JD(S) leader registers police complaint for alleged derogatory remarks against K. Nikhil

Double whammy of drought, low prices rattles farmers

Price drop has impelled them to sell produce to private warehouses

Diversity hallmark of Odisha’s women MPs

An ex-IAS officer, a doctor, an engineer, a grassroots leader, an ex-royal and a housewife elected

Nuzvid IIIT students design Go-Karts

Creative ideas flow at industrial internship training camp

Celestial wedding gets more real

AR to enrich viewing of ‘Padmavathi Parinayam’

Peak summer is cool here

Chips made from mangoes earn decent profits for tiny units

Deputy Commissioner writes to govt. for postponement of re-opening of schools

Kalaburagi recorded the State’s highest maximum temperature of 44 degrees Celsius on Saturday

Two arrested on the charge of spreading rumours in Belagavi

Belagavi police arrested two youths for spreading rumours about the death of a young man who had killed himself in Gokak on Sunday.The police booked A

Body found

The body of a young man was found in Hire Bagewadi village in Belagavi district on Sunday.Shivakumar Balaramappa Uppar (19) was found in the APMC Yard

630 personnel to patrol Konkan Railway route during monsoon season

Stationary watchmen will be deployed for round-the-clock patrol at critical locations

CM, Siddaramaiah meet again

Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy and former Chief Minister and coalition’s coordination committee chairman Siddaramaiah met for the second time in thre

Tannirbavi beach cleaned

Tannirbavi beach and areas around it were cleaned on Sunday by volunteers of Ramakrishna Mission’s Swachhta Abhiyan. The 25th shramdaan of the fifth a

‘Governments ignoring needs of slum-dwellers’

“Since successive governments in the State have neglected the welfare of slum-dwellers, it has become inevitable to launch a state-wide agitation to p

Mass planting: Meeting today to elicit views

It will be attended by all senior officials of the Forest Department

KRRS president urges State govt. to repeal Bill

‘It is an effort to dilute Centre’s law and has created apprehensions among farmers’

Residents irked over dumping of silt in residential areas

Contractor claims councillor asked him to do so; the latter denies charge

New DPR prepared to preserve heritage arch

MCC had taken up road-widening work which damaged a portion of the structure at government guest house entrance

‘Detective’ arrested on charge of duping student

The Mysuru city police have caught a fake private detective on the charge of duping a student and his parents.The accused, Bharadwaj Shrisharma, 53, i

Sumalatha should get Cauvery water to save crops, says Srirangapatna JD(S) MLA

Ravindra Srikantaiah’s statement has irked farmers’ leaders

NDRF to conduct mock drill in Kodagu

This is to instil confidence among communities affected by last year’s floods

SWM fee payment de-linked from issuance of trade licence

The Shivamogga City Corporation has decided to de-link the collection of solid waste management (SWM) fee from the process of issuance of trade licenc

Post-poll survey: unexpected sweep for Kerala’s UDF

Dissatisfaction with Union and State governments and Sabarimala help the Congress-led front, finds The Hindu CSDS-Lokniti Post-Poll Survey 2019

Village bands together to revive rivulet in Karnataka

In Padre village, on the Kerala border, talk over the past couple of months hasn’t been about the Lok Sabha polls, but about the 8-km-long ‘Swarga Th

39 fall ill after eating food at religious programme

As many as 39 people have taken ill after consuming food served at a religious programme in Anjanapura village, Shikaripur taluk.The programme was hel

Will approach Supreme Court against NGT order, say Yettinahole petitioners

The legal battle against the controversial Yettinahole project may not be over yet with the two petitioners saying that they would approach the Supre

Post-poll survey: Karnataka heading towards political uncertainty

The BJP’s victory in Karnataka could impact the State government’s stability

Post-poll survey: one saffron, four outlier states

Barring Karnataka, the BJP has been halted by a different political vehicle in each of the southern States

Mixed fortunes for turncoats in Prakasam and Nellore

A majority of those who joined YSRCP won and those who chose TDP lost

Cases of child marriage worry officials in Hassan

Recent instances of child marriage have left the district machinery worried. From January to April this year, 13 cases of child marriage were reporte

Madanapalle tomato growers a worried lot

As yield plummets, wholesale price shoots up, and stunted size adds to their woes

RTC officials sceptical about merger proposal

‘Instead, suggestions made by YSR team can be considered’

A sweltering summer, with water woes to boot, in Kalaburagi

Kalaburagi city, which frequently records the State’s highest temperature, is now facing its worst water crisis in recent years.People carrying pots

No more half-baked knowledge, period

TSWREIS initiative to generate awareness among adolescent boys and girls about menstruation

KCR arrives on a two-day pilgrimage to Tirumala

Chief Minister of Telangana K. Chandrasekhar Rao arrived to a rousing reception at the Tirupati airport on Sunday. He is on a two-day pilgrimage to th

Jagan plans to release white papers on every department

Improving State’s financial health is the immediate task, he says

Post-poll survey: anti-incumbency against State govt. and Centre in Tamil Nadu

Farmer suicides, cyclone relief, Thoothukudi police firing and NEET fiasco weighed on the minds of a large section of voters, according to The Hindu CSDS-Lokniti Post-Poll Survey 2019

Post-poll survey: dalits and farmers solidly behind YSRCP in Andhra Pradesh

Votes of these sections and the Reddy community gave it a comfortable victory, according to The Hindu CSDS-Lokniti Post-Poll Survey 2019

Samiya is another Saina in the making

City girl wins national ranking tourney in Chennai

NH 161 expansion takes a toll of avenue trees

Forest officials give nod for felling the trees

Thunderstorm brings down trees, hits power supply

The thunderstorm that lashed many parts of the district in the last two days left many trees uprooted and a few buildings damaged. A coconut tree at V

City temperature goes up by 1.2 degrees

Khammam records State’s highest of 46.2 degrees Celsius

CPI(M) losing its bastions in State: Sudhakaran

Congress leader and MP-elect of the Kannur Lok Sabha constituency K. Sudhakaran said the massive ‘surge of votes’ in favour of the United Democratic F

All Faizals are welcome to this Iftar at Kottakkal

A gathering in Dubai prompts an encore in July

A true-blue green wedding, with KSRTC in the lead

Bride and groom hire State bus for their travel home since it is the ‘common man’s vehicle’

Two siblings held for selling meat to victims

M.P. assault over carrying of ‘beef’

Farmers want plan to procure alternative crops at MSP

Haryana govt. plans to discourage planting of rice crop in a bid to save depleting groundwater

Streamlining of FP services postponed

Anomalies in KSRTC duty pattern

Normalcy returns to Kashmir valley

After two days of curfew and bandh

Auditors to scrutinise Thiruvabharanam register

Improper stock maintenance alleged

RPF lends a helping hand to ‘railway children’

The force has a standard operating procedure to ensure care of children found in distress

Jharkhand teacher held for 2017 FB post

Allegedly wrote in support of a beef party at IIT-Madras

Lalu skips lunch, goes mum after RJD rout

Jailed former Bihar Chief Minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad has stopped taking lunch and is keeping quiet most of the time after his

Is BJP win in Adilabad a one-time phenomenon?

Party leaders claim they have expanded their base

Eager wait for election model code of conduct to end

Public forced to wait for over two months for getting grievances heard

Post-poll violence unabated in West Bengal

While there was no major flare-up, tension is prevailing in West Bengal as the State has been witnessing low-intensity violence since election result

TRS should focus on poll promises now, says Jana

‘People have taught TRS a lesson in Lok Sabha polls’

Police step up vigil at Sitarama LI project sites

Recently, Maoist sympathisers caught with explosives used in canal work

Operation Night Riders collects ₹2.05 crore

Ramachandran committee to look into fare division

Spend a few bucks, get a DLitt

Teachers, researchers to petition CM, UGC regarding fictitious universities

Women’s panel should remain neutral: Ramya

Says more commoners and women should enter politics

IWAI plans to restore waterways in Kottayam

Routes to promote tourism prospects, besides ferrying of cargo and people

CPI(M) Polit Bureau meets to analyse poll debacle

Results not a referendum: Kerala CM

Two more houses for flood victims

T.K.M. College alumni chip in with aid for Back to Home project

Steps to check unscientific inland fishing: Minister

Fishing boats distributed under ‘I am for Alleppey’ project

Isaac to monitor KIIFB projects

Alappuzha district administration directed to look into land-grab complaints

Pakistan allows Sushma’s overflight on India’s request

Nod comes as airlines incur losses due to post-Balakot ban.

Centre likely to retain J&K stance

It was not ready for a behind the curtains dialogue process with separatists earlier.

Rahul Gandhi took us for granted, says Amethi

Even after she was defeated in 2014, Smriti Irani toured rural areas and addressed local infrastructural problems, said the locals, young and old.

GIT achieves 85 % placements

Belagavi-based KLS Gogte Institute of Technology has succeeded in placing 85 % of its graduates through campus interviews.In the placement interviews,

People voted for development: Narendra Modi

According to him, the coming years will be about ‘Jan Bhagidari’ (participation of people in governance) and ‘Jan Chetna’ (Raising awareness) about governance and welfare programmes of the NDA government, which is beginning a second term

HC to hear today ED plea against Vadra

Petition says he may tamper with evidence in the money-laundering case

Surat building fire: Gujarat moves to enforce fire safety in buildings

Builders given deadline after Surat’s deadly blaze.

CBI serves summons to former Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar

Mr. Kumar has been asked to report to the CBI’s Salt Lake office on May 27.

Employer need not pay back wages if prosecution is not mala fide: Supreme Court

An employee involved in crime disabled himself from rendering his services due to incarceration in jail, the apex court rules.

HRD Ministry orders central varsities to notify vacancies

Proposal to expand Institutes of Eminence scheme to cost ₹7,000 crore more.

ICMR head Balram Bhargava wins Dr. Lee Jong-wook Prize for Public Health

Applying science to alleviate people’s suffering is my aim, says