According to statistics released by the Information Department, the poll percentage was 57.48 percent and 53.4 percent, respectively, for the South-west Teachers and South-west Graduates Constituencies.
The dead body of Sachin Kotekar (32) of Padil in Mangalore, who was a software engineer for a company in the US, was found at Kumble beach on Sunday, June 10
Udupi-Chikmagalur MP Jayaprakash Hegde’s Innova car collided with a Trax vehicle coming from the other side at around 11:00 a.m. on Sunday
The legislative council polls began in 34 polling booths across DK at 8:00 a.m. and will continue till 4:00 p.m.
The South-western Railways will run special trains from Bangalore to Tirunelveli through Salem, Erode, and Karur to deal with the large number of passengers.
Renny D’Souza, said that schools must adopt a play-based approach in teaching children according to the National Curriculum Framework and as per the norms of the National Early Childhood Care
Farooq Ullal, spokesperson for the Congress party, flayed M. G. Hegde, state JD (S) general secretary, and rubbished several allegations leveled against the Congress by Mr. Hegde.
The idols of Shri Kashi Mutt Samsthan were re-installed in the presence of Shri Sudhindra Teertha Swamiji, matadeesha of Shri Kashi Mutt Samsthan, and Shri Samyamindra Teertha Swamiji
Vikas Education Trust will inaugurate Vikas Pre-university College in Town Hall on June 11, Monday.
Rajesh Anchan alia Harish Kinnigoli alias Sukumar stands accused of marrying eight women, giving them children,
Since the legislative council polls are just round the corner, the BJP, JD(S), and Congress are trying to win over votes by throwing allegations at one another.
M. Ashwin Kumar Rai, secretary of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC), said that Congress candidates Hosur Ramesh Joyappa and S. P. Dinesh,
Delivering the inaugural address after inaugurating the World Health Day celebrations held by the DK district administration, Dr. K. N. Vijayprakash, CEO of Zilla Panchayath, said that government health schemes are successful only if they reach people in the remotest areas
Addressing a press conference in Hotel Moti Mahal on June 8, Friday, H. D. Kumaraswamy, JD (S) leader and former chief minister of Karnataka, said that the Congress and the BJP have done nothing for the welfare of teachers and graduates in the state.
Captain Ganesh Karnik, BJP candidate for the North-west Teachers’ Constituency, urged people to cast their votes in his favor. The campaigning time for the upcoming legislative council polls is soon approaching its end.