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Sirsi: Black pepper often referred to as ‘Black gold’ is as costly as gold in today's market. It is expected to cross Rs 70,000 per quintal registering an all time high, and over the last 15 days, the cost of pepper has been fluctuating between Rs 60,000 to Rs 65,000 per quintal in the m..
Madikeri: The residents of Madikeri town are soon to get respite from the drinking water crisis as the Kundamestri Drinking water scheme will become partially operational from May 1. The source of the Kundamestri drinking water scheme is in the outskirts of Madikeri and it will be connected to Koot..
To celebrate 80 years of Kannada cinema, Suchitra Film Society (SFC) in association with Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC) and Karnataka Chalnachitra Academy, will organise two-day programme here from April 26. "We are trying to make it an august event. This event is not only to celebrate t..
Tumkur: In yet another instance of man-animal conflict, elephants trampled a farmer to death at Galigenahalli village near here on Sunday. The deceased was identified as Narasimhamurthy (60). According to police, Narasimhamurthy and his son Shashikumar set out from home for their fields t..
The turnout of women voters at 65.81 percent in all the 28 Lok Sabha seats in Karnataka was the highest in a parliamentary poll in the state, an official said Saturday. "Turnout of women was an impressive 65.81, marking the highest participation of female voters in a parliamentary election," state ..
Shimoga: District Election Officer and DC Vipul Bansal has clarified that barring the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) in one booth of Byndoor assembly segment of Shimoga Parliamentary constituency, all other EVMs in all the 8 assembly segments were functional. Hence there is no need to go in for r..
Karnataka registered 67.28 percent polling in all its 28 Lok Sabha constituencies Thursday, with lowest (55.69 percent) in the high-profile Bangalore South seat from where Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani of Congress contested. "The final voting percentage for the state is 67.28, which is 8.48 pe..
An estimated 65 percent polling was recorded in all the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies across Karnataka, with 54 percent average voting in the three Bangalore seats, a senior official said. "Polling was by and large peaceful in the state barring minor incidents. At the end of polling 6 p.m., around 65..
About 20-25 percent of the 46 million electorate voted in the first five hours Thursday in all the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies across Karnataka, an official said. "The polling percentage is between 20-25 percent with more in southern and coastal regions than in northern and central areas till 12 p...
Voting began early Thursday on a brisk note in hundreds of polling booths in all the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies across Karnataka. "According to initial reports from across the state, voting began at 7 a.m. on a peaceful note and is progressing well amid tight security in 54,261 polling booths," se..