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Karnataka: Congress suspends Mekedatu padayatra after High Court slammed state govt for not stopping “super spread” event and BBMP cancelled permission

Congress Padayatra was scheduled to enter Bengaluru tomorrow cancelled after the BBMP cancelled the permission given

Karnataka: Men caught ferrying 25 fruit bat carcasses, were taking to sell for meat

As per the TOI report, environmentalist BV Gundappa said, “Killing fruit bats for meat is rampant in Devarayanadurga forest, Jagannathapura, Sira taluk and Huliyurdurga of Kunigal taluk in Tumakuru.”

Refusing to pay rent, tenants kill 61-year-old landlady, three accused including 65-year old Ashrafunnisa arrested

61-year-old Rajeshwari was killed by her tenants Aleem Pasha and his brother Jilaan when she asked them to pay unpaid rent

BBMP proposes to name roads in Muslim areas in Bengaluru after Muslims, drops the proposal after BJP MPs oppose it

Following wide backlash over naming the roads after Muslims, the BBMP decided to revise the list of names.

Karnataka Magistrate receives bomb threats demanding release of accused in Sandalwood drug case and Bengaluru riots: Read details

While the Congress party has claimed that it has no connection with the deadly riots in Bengaluru, an exclusive Times Now report has unearthed the links of the party with the riots.

10 days after banning Dr Anand Ranganathan for quoting a Quranic verse, Twitter apologises, restores account

Earlier, Microblogging site Twitter had blocked and scientist and columnist Anand Ranganathan on the platform for posting a Quranic verse.

Bengaluru violence accused has links with terror outfit Al-Hind and with those accused of murdering RSS activist Rudresh: Reports

Bengaluru police have detained one Samiuddin in connection with the violence that took place at Dj Halli on August 11

Ravish Kumar claims mob has ‘no religion’ after Bengaluru riots but earlier emphasised that Pehlu Khan was lynched by 100 Hindus

Ravish tried to deny the 'communal angle' in the Bengaluru carnage, but praised Muslims for 'protecting' a Hindu temple

Mujeeb Mohammed, the Infosys employee who urged people to ‘spread the coronavirus’, followed Zakir Naik on social media: Report

Mujeeb Mohammed had written in a post on social media, “Let’s join hands, go out & sneeze with open mouth in public. Spread the virus.”

The Digital Hindu: 2019 Bharat Niti Summit to be held in Bengaluru to strengthen Hindu dharma and culture

The 2019 Bharat Niti Summit will be held on 15th December in Bengaluru under the theme of 'The Digital Hindu'.

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