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Observatory wall of Bekal fort damaged

Kasaragod, Aug 12: The heavy downpour since Friday had partially damaged the observatory wall of the Bekal fort near here late evening on Sunday.

According to sources the damage, apparently minor in nature, was caused to one of the...

Karnataka floods: Rescue, relief works on in full swing

Bengaluru, Aug 12: Rescue and relief works are on in full swing in flood-ravaged districts of Karnataka, with a let up in the rains and water receding in most of the affected areas, officials said here on Monday. With the...

Mangaluru: Empathizing with flood survivors Muslims observe Eid Al Adha as rain gives a break

Mangaluru, Aug 12: After pounding the district hard for almost a week, rain gave a respite to the coastal city of Mangaluru and surrounding areas today providing much relief to the people, especially the Muslims who observed Eid Al Adha,...

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‘Where is our leader?’ People in CM’s home district cry as Tunga River enters houses

Shivamogga, Aug 11: In the wake of incessant rains and overflowing of Tunga river in the state, hundreds of houses were damaged in the Rajiv Gandhi Extension and Vidyanagar areas of the district.

"No leader came here to see...

Sangh Parivar hijacks flood relief camps, forces inmates to chant Ram Bhajan

Belagavi, Aug 11: In what can be termed as an insensitive approach to human suffering, the chauvinists of Sangh Parivar have infiltrated relief centres established by the district administration in flood hit regions of Belagavi in Karnataka in the absence...

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Water starts receding, situation will be back to normal soon: Indian Navy on Karnataka floods

Belagavi, Aug 11: The water in flood-hit districts of Belagavi and Uttar Kannada has started receding and the situation will soon be back to normal, said Rear Admiral Mahesh Singh, Flag Officer Commanding Karnataka Naval Area, on Sunday.

"As...

Health impact study of Mangaluru’s APD presented at Tata Institute of Social Science

Mangaluru, Aug 11: City based environmental NGO Anti-Pollution Drive (APDF) Foundation was invited by Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS), Mumbai to make a presentation about their health impact study on the outdoor workers of Mangaluru and Bengaluru. The report...

Siddaramaiah accuses Centre of ignoring Karnataka floods, seeks Rs 5,000 cr assistance

Bengaluru, Aug 11: Former Karnataka Chief Minister and Congress leader Siddaramaiah on Sunday accused the Central government of ignoring the flood situation in Karnataka and demanded an assistance of Rs 5,000 crore.

"The Central government is still sleeping even...

CM to discuss cabinet expansion with Amit Shah during his Belagavi visit

Bengaluru, Aug 11: Chief minister B S Yediyurappa, have plans to discuss about the much delayed cabinet expansion, with the Party president and the Union Home minister Amit Shah, during his meeting in Belagavi, today.

Speaking to newsmen after...

Flood situation in Karnataka continues to remain grim

Bengaluru, Aug 11 (UNI) With the flood situation in Karnataka in over 17 districts continued to be grim, the Union Home Minister Amit Shah would be is conducting an aerial survey in Belagavi, the worst affected districts in the state,...