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Crop insurance: last date to pay premium extended to July 31

The State government has extended the last date for farmers to pay premium for weather-based crop insurance scheme to July 31.Minister of State for Agriculture Krishna Byre Gowda announced...


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.


Karnataka looks for greater support from Railway Budget

New line works on the Hubli-Dharwad-Kittur-Belgaum, Haveri-Gadag routes are being demanded


Railway Budget: North K'taka pins hopes on Sadananda Gowda

New line works on the Hubli-Dharwad-Kittur-Belgaum, Haveri-Gadag routes are being demanded


‘Gram Charitra Kosha’ first initiative of its kind’

The encyclopaedia aims to record every detail pertaining to villages, from families to rituals


Monsoon picks up pace in state

Crop sowing done in 70 per cent of normal area till July 7


Mangalore: KACES Day marks birth anniversary of founder

Mangalore, Jul 7: Karnataka Christian Educational Society (KACES), on the occasion of the birthday anniversary of its founder the late Rev Dr C D Jathanna, organized KACES Day at Bishop Jathanna Auditorium here on Monday July 7.


North K'taka feels let down

The wish list of the people of North Karnataka has remained largely unfulfilled


34,594 kids suffer from malnutrition

Think twice before wasting that extra helping of food. Recent government data paints a grim picture of malnutrition plaguing children. In the state, 34,594 children are suffering from severe malnutrition problems and 1,262 among them are from Bangalore.


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 high-level panel probing two accidents involving Volvo buses last year. "Bus manufacturers should be advised to look into having fuel tanks only towards the centre of the bus and not on the sides.


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