City joins protests against rape

Angry students, social activists and organizations took to the streets of Bangalore to protest against the inactivity of police and the government in the Unnao and Kathua cases. Bangalore, April 13, 2018: At least 150 furious protesters gathered at the Mysore Bank Circle in Bangalore to protest the government’s failure to provide justice to the […]

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Bengali’s wait for Poila Boisakh as Sikhs cross borders for Baisakhi

Harvesting festivals find people gearing up for celebrations while some head over to Pakistan Bangalore, April 13, 2018: Nearly 2000 kms away from the City of Joy, Bangalore is readying itself to celebrate Poila Baisakh or Bengali New Year tomorrow on April 14 through a series of cultural programmes to be held across the city. […]

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High Tension Political Drama Grips Karnataka

Ananth Kumar, Javadekar hit out at Congress ‘Chola Bhatura’ fast From Ananth Kumar and Javadekar hitting out at Congress to Vokkaliga Supremo accusing Siddaramaiah of corruption cases, the political drama in K’Taka grips the state in election fever. By Narayan R, Garima Dhawan, Abhishek and Bharath Manjesh Bangalore, April 12, 2018: Minister of Parliamentary Affairs […]

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Twitter rages, as angry Tamil Nadu takes to the streets

Picture Courtesy: S Vicky, Puthiya Thalaimurai Protests broke out in parts of Chennai following the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the city Bangalore, March 12, 2018: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a visit to Chennai, was welcomed with black balloons and black flags asking him to go back following the Central […]

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Karnataka polls: Small parties plan to make a big impact

The 2018 elections will see plenty of new players entering the political arena. By Bhakti Makwana, Priyanka Pathak and Nilanjana Roy Bangalore, April 11, 2018: A number of small political parties have emerged and will be contesting in the state assembly elections to be held on May 12. The Sampoorna Bharat Kranti Party, headed by […]

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Germans divided as Merkel swears in for the fourth term

Surge in far-right support disrupts political establishment and creates confusion amongst the German populace By Aniruddha Ghosh Bangalore, March 15, 2018: Germany is politically polarized and there’s uncertainty regarding the country’s path towards the future as Angela Merkel won a close vote on Wednesday to become Chancellor for a fourth consecutive term. Sushmita Poddar, a […]

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