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30 April, 2018 9:41 AM Karnataka PUC II Exam Results 2018: Complete list of toppers in Science, Commerce and Arts streams

The overall pass percentage in Karnataka PUC II Class 12 exam results stood at 59.56, with girls outshining boys. Bengaluru: Bengaluru's Muthoot from VVS Sardar Patel PU College emerged as the topper with 597 marks in Karnataka PUC II Class 12 exam results, which were released earlier on Monday. In Commerce, Bengaluru-based Varsini M Bhat from Vidya 147

26 April, 2018 1:16 PM Pro-Modi slogans at Rahul’s road show in Honnavar

Some persons shouted slogans in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi when Congress president Rahul Gandhi ended his speech at the road show in Honnavar during the two-day election campaign in the coastal belt which began on Thursday. The persons who shouted slogans stood near the vehicle from which Mr. Gandhi addressed the gathering. Soon police disbursed 69

23 April, 2018 8:07 AM Cong. on path to win 130 seats, says CM

The BJP’s “Mission 150” was deflated in the Nanjangud and Gundlupet by-elections last year which the Congress won and the latter is now on its way to win 130-plus seats in the ensuing Assembly elections, according to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. He told reporters before leaving for campaigning in Varuna constituency on Monday that apparently it seems 108

22 April, 2018 2:57 AM Kannada or English, please. Don't understand Hindi: Siddaramaiah tells BJP leader

BENGALURU: Soon after it became clear that Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah would file his nomination from a second seat in Badami in north Karnataka, a tweet from a Bharatiya Janata Party leader commenting on the decision irked the Congress veteran. When BJP General Secretary P Muralidhar Rao tweeted to the CM about his plans to contest the May 12 assembly 84

20 April, 2018 7:42 PM An Assembly of radicals

The Karnataka Legislative Assembly that was formed after the 1972 elections is unique in many ways. In terms of composition, it was for the first time that the Assembly had more AHINDA (Kannada acronym for minorities, backward classes and Dalits) members than those from the dominant castes of the State. In terms of political ideologies also it was unique 89

14 April, 2018 7:02 AM NEET 2018: Preparation Tips For Students

With exactly three weeks left for the exam students should start identifying topics in which they are confident to score better and those in which they need more revision. New Delhi: CBSE will conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 on 6 May. The exam for selecting students for admission to medical and dental courses in the country 125

12 April, 2018 7:54 PM Siddaramaiah’s posers to Yeddyurappa

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah took to Twitter on Thursday to throw 10 posers to BJP State president B.S. Yeddyurappa, on subjects ranging from State flag and Lingayat controversy to infrastructure issues. His first poser was, “Do you support the aspiration of Kannadigas for a strong Kannada identity with a Nada-Dhwaja?” On Bengaluru infrastructure, he said, “The three 73

12 April, 2018 6:18 PM Theatre festival in Shivamogga from April 14

Rangayana is gearing up to host the Vishwamanava International Theatre Festival-2018, a seven-day theatre festival, at Suvarna Samskruti Bhavan here from April 14 to 20. M. Ganesh, director of Rangayana, Shivamogga, told presspersons on Thursday that the objective of the fest was to promote the Vishwamanava tatwa, the ideology of universal humanism advocated 34

6 April, 2018 5:18 PM "I Am A Hindu Vaishnav, Not Jain": Amit Shah

When asked about the Karnataka chief minister's comment last month that Amit Shah is a Jain, the BJP chief said, "I am not a Jain, but a Hindu Vaishnav." Mumbai: Amit Shah today said he is a "Hindu Vaishnav", refuting Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's claim that the BJP chief is a Jain. Mr Shah, while speaking to the media after a rally to mark the BJP's 121

2 April, 2018 7:04 PM Jingles, videos woo voters

Making use of the art form of Yakshagana and Tulu idioms, the Systematic Voters Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) Committee in Dakshina Kannada has circulated video clippings and jingles on social media to motivate people to vote in the Assembly elections. In a video clipping whose audio is also being circulated as a jingle, Patla Satish 63