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Alienation on PS4: Pure Gameplay

On a personal level at least, one of the most pleasing reveals in our Gamescom press briefing last week was a first glimpse at Alienation, the new game from Dead Nation creator Housemarque. As a huge fan of classic arcade gameplay, it's great to see the studio back on the scene so quickly after the phenomenal Resogun.


Showers recede, but hardships continue

There was a let-up in the rains in many parts of the State on Sunday, after heavy showers in the past few days. But, the common man had to suffer a lot of hardships, with the major problem being the damage to roads and connectivity becoming the casualty. Large tracts of agriculture fields have been washed away due to the rains and the resultant flooding in the rivers. Haveri Rains have taken a ...


‘Don’t tamper with Jayadhar cotton’

Jayadhar cotton, for which the University of Agricultural Sciences-Dharwad received permission for transgenic trials last Friday, is a popular variety in the rain-fed areas of north Karnataka....


MGNREGA Funds to be utilised for developing Industrial estates

Bangalore, Aug 22: With 55 per cent increase in the allocation of funds in the current financial year for Karnataka under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), the State Government has decided to utilise funds for developing industrial estates in gram panchayats that are located close to towns and cities.


12,385 borewells sealed in six days

State launched drive after Sulikeri tragedy


Green chilli red hot at Rs 120 a kg in Mumbai

After tomato, the humble green chilli has touched a new high of Rs 120 a kg owing to short supply. While retail tomato prices are still high but stable at Rs 90, wholesale prices have inched up to an all-time high of Rs 65.


Copious rain gives fillip to kharif sowing

With the southwest monsoon covering almost the entire State last month, kharif sowing has picked up pace. Area covered under kharif crops — cereals, pulses and commercial crops — was 43.30...


Jayadhar: govt. yet to take a stand

The State government is yet to take a stand on transgenic trials on Jayadhar cotton, proposed to be conducted by the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad.“I am yet to get the file p...


Volvo mishaps: Govt might ask bus makers to put fuel tanks in centre

The recommendations for change in bus designs has been given by a panel probing the volvo accidents


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