Karnataka: Police arrest Syed Nasir for burning library with 3000 copies of Bhagavad Gita, was drunk when he lit matchstick for beedi
The library in Mysuru with nearly 3000 copies of the Bhagavad Gita belonged to a daily wage labourer called Syed Isaac.
A library with nearly 3000 copies of the Bhagavad Gita was set on fire by miscreants in Mysuru, Karnataka. An FIR has been filed.
142 candidates from Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh had gathered to obtain fake honorary doctorate degrees
Karnataka: Three booked for attacking and threatening to kill ASHA worker Sumayya Firdose for asking them to follow coronavirus guidelines
An ASHA worker in Mysuru, Sumayya Firdose, was allegedly attacked by three men, Mehaboob, Khaleel and Zeeshan, when she advised them to wear face masks and follow social distancing guidelines
Setback for JDS in Karnataka as rumours are making rounds that senior leader G T Deve Gowda may quit the party to join the BJP.
Following these anti-India protests, an unidentified person has been booked for sedition under IPC section 124A in the Jayalakshmipuram Police station of Mysuru.
Karnataka: After attack on Congress MLA Sait, CM accuses Siddaramaiah for going easy on PFI, govt mulls ban
CM Yediyurappa has accused former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of being indirectly responsible for the attack on Congress MLA Tanveer Sait saying that the latter's government failed to curb the PFI's activities and provided protection to them.
As the legend goes, Vijayadashami denotes the victory of good over evil and was the day when the Goddess Chamundeshwari killed the demon Mahishasura.
People from several places in the country found that their names were missing from voter lists.