A meeting chaired by Dakshina Kannada MP Nalin Kumar Kateel here has suggested that the Mangaluru City Corpration (MCC) and the industrial units in the area share cost of repair works of the road between Surathkal and Kana in the city, which was in a poor condition due to the movement of heavy vehicles.
India wins third successive Kabaddi World Cup beating Iran in final
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'Crazy' hike in Saudi visa fees could impact business ties
6.6 magnitude earthquake hits Japan
Karnataka State Human Rights Commission chairperson Meera Saxena said restricting women from wearing the dresses of their choice is a bad practice.
BJP today hit out at DMK's decision to convene an all party meet on the Cauvery issue, saying it had no moral right to do so as it, along with Congress, were responsible for the problem. "If the Cauvery issue is so complex... the DMK which was in power in Tamil Nadu and Congress, which ruled in Delhi and Karnataka are responsible...nobody can deny that. DMK has no moral right to convene an all party meet on the issue," Minister of State Pon Radhakrishnan told reporters.
Stepping up its attack on the Congress government in the wake of a brutal murder of an RSS worker, BJP today petitioned Governor Vajubhai Vala demanding an inquiry by NIA into killings of party and RSS activists.
The Karnataka High Court, on Thursday, summoned beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya to appear before it on November 24 for allegedly violating an undertaking given by him and his companies, not to transfer their equity shares in United Breweries to Diageo Plc.
The chasm in UP's ruling Samajwadi Party grew wider today with Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav skipping an important meeting called by state party chief Shivpal Yadav to strategise for the assembly polls due early next year where the latter declared him the party's chief ministerial face.
A seven-fold hike in visa fees to do business in Saudi Arabia risks deterring the foreign investment needed to transform its oil-dependent economy, diplomats and other sources say. But a senior Saudi business leader has dismissed such concerns, insisting the country's most sought-after business partners could easily afford the new charges.
As many as 1,100 retrenched Indians are expected to return to India in the coming weeks with Saudi government issuing exit visas to the Saad group workers, according to External Affairs Ministry. Minister of State V K Singh, who is currently in Saudi Arabia to ensure return of the jobless workers, also thanked the Saudi government for its cooperation and help in solving the issue of stranded Indians there.
London :After Burundi, South Africa has said that it is pulling out of the International Criminal Court (ICC), making the country the second this week, to leave the tribunal that pursues the world's worst atrocities. South Africa's Justice Minister Michael Masutha as saying that the ICC's obligations are inconsistent with domestic laws giving sitting leaders diplomatic immunity, reports the Guardian.
A powerful earthquake with a magnitude of around 6.6 has rocked western Japan on Friday.
An anti-terrorist court in Islamabad on Friday directed the Pakistan Police to implement its orders with regard to the arrest warrants issued against Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT) chief Tahirul Qadri in the Pakistan Television (PTV) headquarters attack case.
India fought off a tough challenge from Iran to win their third successive Kabaddi World Cup here on Saturday. In perhaps the most exciting match of this World Cup, the Indians overturned a first-half deficit with a superb second-half performance to win 38-29.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has agreed the use the Decision Review System on a trial basis in the forthcoming Test series between India and England starting from the 9th of November, so as to evaluate the improvements made to the system, over a period of time
India's eagerly-anticipated home Test series against arch-foes Australia will start on February 23 in Pune, just a day after the visiting country's Twenty20 side winds up a home assignment against Sri Lanka.