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Karnataka signals it’s unable to spare Cauvery water for Tamil Nadu

Signalling its inability to spare Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu as per the Supreme Court direction, a special session of the Karnataka legislature today adopted an unanimous resolution to use the water

Battle for berths is good for the team: Harendra Singh

With India hockey coach Roelant Oltmans likely to tweak the squad and infuse fresh talent for forthcoming tournaments, junior national coach Harendra Singh believes the move will bring in ‘healthy com

Will work on skill execution, penalty corners: Roelant Oltmans

Roelant Oltmans (left).

Having moved on from their quarter-final loss to Belgium at the Rio Olympics, a strenuous, month-long national camp is on the cards as India’s senior men’s hockey team assemble at the SAI South Centre

Cauvery: Karnataka takes Assembly route to defy Supreme Court

A special session of Karnataka Assembly will be held on Friday to take a call on the Supreme Court’s direction to the state to release 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water a day to Tamil Nadu, a move that ma

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah: No water to follow Supreme Court order

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah speaks as Karnataka Congress Incharge Digvijay Singh and leaders. (Photo: PTI)

Hours after the Supreme Court asked Karnataka to release 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu for a week starting Wednesday, chief minister Siddaramaiah termed the order “unimplementable”.

‘Training, fitness helped us’

Army Green at the felicitation ceremony on Monday.

Following their Durand Cup triumph, the Army Green football team was felicitated by Lieutenant General SPS Katewa, commandant ASC Centre and College here on Monday.

Bengaluru ban orders extended, Karnataka braces for legal bout

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Policemen arrest Kannada activists who were trying to enter the railway station to stop trains during their protest over Cauvery water issue, in Bengaluru. (Photo: PTI)

IT city back to normal after 2 days of violence

Pro Kannada activists stage a protest citing injustice in Cauvery issue at SBM Circle in Bengaluru. (Photo: PTI)

Two days after violence over Cauvery water row literally shut down the city for 48 hours, Bengaluru bounced back to normal with schools, colleges, industries and businesses and other commercial establ

Cauvery bandh cripples Karnataka, CM turns to PM

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah

Concerned over the “extreme unrest” over the release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu, Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to convene “on a few hours notice” a m

Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Ramya tweets on bandh, face backlash

Industrialist Kiran Mazumdar Shaw’s tweet about Friday’s bandh in Karnataka landed her in controversy, as many criticised her stand against the bandh.

The dastardly Uri attack happened a week ago. Eighteen of our brave soldiers gave their life for the nation. It was the highest casualty suffered by our forces since 2002.

Now that Najma Heptulla has been appointed governor of Manipur, there is a mad scramble in the Bharatiya Janata Party for the Rajya Sabha seat, vacated by the former minister.