Sunday, May 29, 2022


Karnataka passes new bill to curb the illegal transportation and slaughtering of cows and cattle.

With Provisions for Seven Years of Jail, Karnataka Welcomes Cow-Slaughter Bill

The Karnataka legislative assembly passed an anti-cow slaughter bill on Wednesday. This anti-slaughter bill prohibits the illegal sale, purchase and transportation and slaughtering of cows including calf, cow and buffalo.

Mob Violence,Brutality and Assault on Dalits in Karnataka

In recent incidents of atrocity against the Dalits, two men have been brutally assaulted and beaten for crimes alleged by angry mobs in Karnataka.
farmers protest

Workers’ Unions Oppose Extension of Factory Working Hours in Karnataka

After drastic exemptions in labour laws in order to encourage investment , Karnataka government plans to elongate working hours in its factories.

Sedition Case Against Karnataka School for a Play Against the CAA

A sedition case has been registered against a local school in Karnataka for staging an anti-CAA play.

Congress Accepts Defeat, BJP Sweeps By-polls in Karnataka

We accept defeat, says Congress after major by-poll debacle in Karnataka.

English as Empowerment? Karnataka’s Answer is Bilingual Classrooms

Karnataka government schools strike balance between Kannada and English as mediums of instruction.

Rushed Back to Mumbai, Karnataka Rebel MLAs Await Speaker’s Decision

The speaker of the assembly Ramesh Kumar has agreed that the resignations of the rebel MLAs has now been submitted in the correct format, but said that he requires time to examine them.

Crisis in Karnataka Continues as Rebel MLAs Move SC over Non- Acceptance of Resignations

The Karnataka political crisis continues as the rebel MLAs moving with the SC seeking action against the Speaker for not accepting their resignations with a deliberate motive.

Karnataka in Deep Political Crisis as Congress- JD(S)Government May Soon Collapse

The political turmoil in the state of Karnataka only seems to ripen as 13 MLAs from the Congress- JD(S) alliance government have walked out. The coalition government may lose its majority if the Speaker accepts their resignations today.

Karnataka Civic Poll Results and Other Stories

THE LATEST In the Karnataka Civic Body Elections, the Congress is getting a lead by 972 seats. The voter turnout was recorded to be at...

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