‘Wife-beating’ Indian diplomat recalled from UK

New Delhi: Senior London-based diplomat Anil Verma, accused of assaulting his wife, has been transferred back home with immediate effect and is likely to face action. Verma, a 1986-batch IAS officer of the West Bengal cadre and third-ranked diplomat in the Indian High Commission, found himself in trouble when his wife covered in blood was found screaming by neighbours on December 11.

Flight grounded in Bangalore after fire scare

Mumbai: A Hyderabad-bound Kingfisher flight from Bangalore with 27 passengers and 5 crew members on board, returned back at the airport on Sunday due to a fire scare, after being air-borne for 10 minutes.

Sachin injures hamstring, Parthiv to replace him in South Africa

Johannesburg, Jan 16 (PTI) Sachin Tendulkar handed a injury concern to India just a day before the World Cup team selection after he was ruled out of the remainder of the ODI series against South Africa because of a hamstring problem.

Karkala: ClashesBailur Government Pr-University College ; 3 injured

Karkala: ClashesBailur Government Pr-University College ; 3 injured

Udupi jail witnesses 2 suicides, one murder in a year / Udupi prison killers shifted to Belgaum jail

Udupi jail witnesses 2 suicides, one murder in a year / Udupi prison killers shifted to Belgaum jail

Bad printers delaying passports

Regional officer promises to fix glitches in issuing travel document People make a beeline for meeting Regional Passport Officer K J Srinivasa at his Koramangala office in Bangalore, with a host of complaints ranging from pending applications to documents. Amid these, he has also to tackle various other problems, including those related manpower and infrastructure.

Praful Patel reviews steps to restructure Air India

Weeks after the government decided to infuse additional equity of Rs 1,200 crore in Air India, steps taken by its management to restructure the national carrier came in for a thorough scrutiny by Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel here today.

For Kannada on Wikipedia

Technology Even though Wikipedia has become one of the largest sources of information, Kannada content is largely absent on the site. Wiki enthusiasts are organising an event to make the website reach Kannadigas too, writes Manish

‘10 illegal structures demolished voluntarily in DK’

Out of 64 illegal religious structures in the district, 10 have been removed voluntarily by the authorities concerned. Deputy Commissioner had ordered for the removal of 24 structures. Based on the recommendations, action will be initiated against six structures. He directed the officials to collect details on the remaining 24 cases.

Did you know your horoscope signs have changed!

Look again, you may be reading somebody else’s horoscope for a preview of your day. The astrological positions determined some 2,000 years ago no longer apply as the stars have shifted in the night sky so much that horoscope signs are nearly a month off.

Ganguly breaks his silence over IPL snub

Kolkata: Breaking his silence after being ignored in the IPL auction, Sourav Ganguly today said he never did politics and was always transparent in what he did as a cricketer.

Petrol, aviation fuel prices to go up from midnight

New Delhi: State-owned oil companies on raised petrol prices by Rs 2.50-Rs 2.54 per litre, the second hike in a month, on back of rising crude oil prices. Indian Oil Corp, the nation’s largest fuel retailer, will raise petrol prices by Rs 2.50 per litre with effect from midnight tonight, while Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) would hike rates by Rs 2.54 a litre, an industry official said.

Kerala announces probe into Sabarimala tragedy

Kerala chief minister V S Achuthanandan on Saturday announced a judicial inquiry into the stampede at Pulumedu that claimed the lives of 104 Sabarimala pilgrims. Achuthanandan, who flew down by helicopter to Kumali where the bodies of the victims were brought, also announced a solatium of Rs five lakh for the families of each of the victims.

Man killed in apparent fall from plane in Pakistan

LAHORE, Pakistan - Authorities say a young man has died after apparently falling from the wheel well of a passenger plane as it flew to Dubai from the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore.

Predicting India’s future in next 20 yrs,Make or break in next 20 years.

When it comes to predicting economic fortunes, what the crystal ball offers us is murky at best. From the perspective of the global economy, for example, 2010 turns out to be a sharp contrast of the world ten years ago. The global environment today is as cautious and conservative as it was economically freewheeling and optimistic in 2000. It serves as a cautionary tale against interpreting our present mood - economic or otherwise - to project the future.

‘Pitty’s relative supplied knives to kill Vinod Shettigar’

Udupi, January 14: Murderers of Vinod Shettigar revealed that one of the relatives of Pitty Nagesh, who was brutally murdered a few months ago, supplied them knives to kill the former.

40 feared dead in an accident near Sabarimala

At least 40 pilgrims were reported killed on Friday evening in a stampede 30 km away from the Sabarimala shrine when thousands of devotees were returning after watching the celestial Makara Jyothi light, police said. Unconfirmed reports put the death toll at 40 and the injured at more than 40.

Olympics: India could face ban - IOC

LAUSANNE - The International Olympic Committee’s executive board warned India on Thursday that it could bar the country from the Olympics unless a spat over Indian sports chiefs is resolved. The board said in a statement after a two-day meeting here that "a number of points still have to be resolved".

Pope John Paul II to be beatified on May 1

Rome -- John Paul II moved closer to sainthood Friday as the Vatican announced he will be beatified later this year. The beatification ceremony, led by Pope Benedict XVI, will take place on May 1, the first Sunday after Easter, and is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of the faithful to St. Peter’s Square, the Vatican said.

Gulf-based Hindu builds mosque in Kerala

New Delhi: A Qatar-based Hindu businessman is constructing a mosque in Kerala with the aim of promoting communal harmony. He claims it will be the first mosque to be built in the state by a Hindu in over 1,200 years.

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