AIADMK workers hold demonstrations, fast across Tamil Nadu

Continuing their protest against the conviction of AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa for the third day, party workers and sympathisers Monday observed a fast and staged demonstrations across the state.

Jaya verdict: Congress, BJP reacts cautiously, CPI says will have 'far reaching' implications

Congress and BJP were cautious in reacting to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's conviction in a disproportionate assets case describing it as part of the judicial process while CPI felt this will entail "far-reaching" implications in state and national politics.

Jayalaithaa's conviction: PMK, MDMK, Congress hail verdict

Various opposition leaders in Tamil Nadu on Saturday welcomed Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's conviction by a Bangalore special court in the disproportionate assets case and urged police to maintain law and order.

Red alert on Tamil Nadu-Kerala border areas following Jayalaithaa's arrest

Apparently anticipating trouble, Kerala government on Saturday a sounded red alert on Kerala-Tamil Nadu borders in the wake of Bangalore Special Court convicting Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case.

Jayalalithaa becomes first CM to lose post in graft case

With a Bangalore court sentencing her to four years of prison term in the disproportionate assets case, AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa on Saturday earned the dubious distinction of becoming the first serving Chief Minister to lose her post and also walks into jail.

DA case: Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa found guilty of corruption

In a huge setback to J Jayalalithaa, a special court on Saturday held the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister guilty of amassing Rs 66.65 crore wealth disproportionate to known sources of her income during her first term in office. Her conviction has led to violent protests in Tamil Nadu.

Security beefed up at DMK office, leaders' residences

Security has been increased at the DMK headquarters and residences of its senior leaders here as a Special Court in Bangalore is set to deliver verdict in the 18-year-old wealth case against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa Saturday.

Jayalalithaa found guilty in DA case, gets 4-year jail, Rs 100 cr penalty; to quit as TN CM​
Jayalalithaa found guilty in DA case, gets 4-year jail, Rs 100 cr penalty; to quit as TN CM​

In a huge setback to J Jayalalithaa, a special court on Saturday awarded a 4-year jail term and fine of Rs 100 crore to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister after founding her guilty of amassing Rs 66.65 crore wealth disproportionate to known sources of her income during her first term in office. Her conviction has led to violent protests in Tamil Nadu.

Heavy rainfall in Bangalore

Heavy rainfall has flooded India's tech hub Bangalore and disrupted normal life across the city Friday.

PM Modi announces minimum pension of Rs 1000 for ex-Central govt employees

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing a rally here on Tuesday, announced that effective from October, the minimum pension for all former Government of India employees would be Rs 1000.

PM modi on 'Mission Swacch Bharat'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his visit to Bangalore on Tuesday, talked about the 'Mission Swacch Bharat' a clean India initiative which starts from Oct 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

I will myself use the broom on Gandhi Jayanthi: Modi

Ahead of the launch of "Clean India" campaign on October 2, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday said he will himself go out using the broom and asked people to give their two hours every week to him in "alms" to make the drive a success.

Mars mission brings PM Modi to Bangalore
Mars mission brings PM Modi to Bangalore

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive here Tuesday evening on a two-day visit to witness an Indian spacecraft enter the Martian orbit early Wednesday at the space agency's mission control centre in this tech hub.

BJP asks workers not to boo anyone at Modi's functions

With the party under attack from Congress over heckling of opposition chief ministers at events attended by the Prime Minister, BJP's Karnataka unit on Monday instructed its members not to boo anyone sharing public platform with Narendra Modi during his two-day vist to the state starting tomorrow.

Word 'Hindu' never existed in Vedas, Upanishads; Muslims invented it: Veerappa Moily

Former union minister and Congress leader Veerappa Moily has triggered a fresh controversy through his recent remark that the word 'Hindu' was introduced by Muslims in the medieval age and that it has no mention in the ancient scriptures like Vedas and Upanishads.

Bangalore: 350 children hospitalised for food poisoning, discharged later

Around 350 children of a government-run Urdu Primary School here were hospitalised on Friday for suspected food poisoning after partaking mid-day meal.

300 Bangalore kids ill after mid-day meal

About 300 children fell ill Friday after eating mid-day meal at a state-run primary school here, a health official said.

Karnataka govt threatens to ban Sri Rama Sene

Karnataka government today warned the controversial right wing outfit Sri Rama Sene that it would be banned if indulges in illegal activities.

Jayalalithaa seeks security cover to appear on judgment day

A petition was filed on Monday by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in a special court here seeking security cover for appearing before it in the wealth case filed against her and three others, on September 20 when the verdict would be pronounced.

Model rape case: Railway Minister's son appears before IO in Bangalore

Karthik Gowda, the rape accused son of Union Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda, appeared before the Investigating Officer in Bangalore to record his statement on Friday.