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K'taka: Bajrang Dal members attack Dalit family for allegedly storing beef

Four members of the family were allegedly attacked for storing beef in their house. (Representational Image: PTI)

Dalit rights groups are planning to hold a protest march against Bajrang Dal on Monday.

‘Have to show it was not a one-off’

PR Sreejesh

The time for training is past. It’s time to put plans into action for the India hockey team.

Lodha effect: KSCA elections put off

Following the Lodha Committee recommendations, the Karnataka State Cricket Association have put off the elections scheduled for August 7.

‘Want to do the best time I can’

Srabani Nanda

Eight years ago, as a young Jamaican sprinter trail blazed his way into the record books and Olympic lore with a blistering sprint in Beijing, the world rejoiced at the arrival of the new global pheno

Wipro Q1 profit declines by 6.7 per cent


Wipro on Tuesday missed Street expectations with over 6 per cent fall in net profit for the first quarter ended June and forecast that IT services sales would grow less than 1 per cent in July-Septemb

Sreejesh will do great job: Coach

Sreejesh P.R.

Having worked with India custodian Sreejesh P.R.

NE bravehearts set to fly the flag


Chinglensana Singh (left) and Kothajit Singh.

DSP suicide case: Karnataka minister quits

M.K. Ganapati

Chief minister Siddaramaiah’s spirited defence of his lieutenant and senior Cabinet collegue K.J.

Karnataka DySP suicide: CM attacks opposition, rules out CBI probe

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Siddaramaiah said BJP was portraying itself as honest but its leaders themselves were facing multiple cases, including Yeddyurappa.

Karnataka minister KJ George resigns after court orders FIR in cop suicide

Karnataka minister KJ George

Two other top police officials were also booked in connection with the alleged suicide.

When you see photographs of a former Chief Justice of India on the sports pages, it is a clear sign that judicial overreach has reached a new high.

Is it already time for the EU to strike back? Despite the Brexit blow, British families had planned holidays, as always, in Europe and queued up to cross over to France at Dover.