July 31, 2021
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Ajay Sukumaran writes from Bangalore on politics, society, business, life.
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BJP’s Karnataka Conundrum: If Not Yediyurappa, Then Who?
So far, the BJP veteran has managed to skirt tricky situations and counter detractors within the party. But his critics too have kept things simmering.
Jun 09, 2021
Will 'Operation Lotus' Boomerang On BJP In Karnataka?
BJP's 'Operation Lotus' gambit had paid off in Karnataka a decade ago. The phrase is once again making headlines in the state after the Janata Dal (Secular)-Congress coalition came to power in May 2018.
Feb 11, 2019
In Karnataka, Ministry Expansion Is Back To The Front Once Again
Congress party leaders have assured the empty ministerial posts will be filled up before December 10 when the assembly convenes for its winter session.
Dec 04, 2018
Karnataka By-Poll Vignettes: U-Turn In
The BJP was left smarting in Ramanagaram where their candidate announced that he was retiring from the race against Chief Minister H D Kumararswamy's wife Anitha -- two days before the election.
Nov 02, 2018
Four Months Of Kumaraswami Govt: Karnataka Power Games Carry On
Most party men and observers reckon Karnataka's muddling political scenario will trundle along at least until the parliamentary elections, which the JDS and Congress plan to fight as allies.
Sep 18, 2018
Ease Of Living: Why Bangalore Fails To Keep Pace With Its Growth
The Ease of Living ranking was intended to prod cities to a data-driven approach to urban planning and promote healthy competition among cities.
Aug 22, 2018
Meet The Mini-Helicopter: Weighs 10Kg, And Can Stay Airborne For An Hour
The 10 Kg helicopter, runs on a 2-stroke petrol engine and can carry a payload of 2.5 kg.
Aug 06, 2018
Meet M.A Afraz, A Retired Wing Commander Who Wants To Start A Wikipedia Of Martyrs
Afraz created Honourpoint, an online memorial for armed forces personnel who have died in the line of duty since Independence.
Jul 25, 2018
Will Soap Nut Trees Save Bangalore's Bellandur Lake That Catches Fire?
Also, a look into the rear-view mirror at the story of one of India's best known institutes -- the century-old Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
Jul 13, 2018
India's Best Colleges: Here Is The List Of Top 100 Private Engineering Colleges
Elaine Breaks 33-year-old Olympic Record To Win Women's 100m
Job Alert! Hirings Are Back As India Inc Beats Pandemic Blues
Recently-Removed Union Minister Babul Supriyo Quits Politics, To Resign From Lok Sabha
TISS Alumnus' Plea To Hang Parents For Beheading Wife Reaches UP Women's Commission
Sri Lanka Series Highlights India’s Embarrassment of Riches In International Cricket
Phone Calls In Kashmir Before Pegasus Spyware
Why Managing Stress And Nutrition Crucial For Athletes During COVID Times
Two Power-Packed Indian Cricket Teams Reflection Of The Challenging Times
Moving Dukes Ball In WTC Final Leaves India Wobbly Ahead Of Tests vs England
World Test Championship Final: Why First Innings Will Be Crucial In India Vs New Zealand
Centre: Districts With Over 10% Covid Positivity Must Consider Strict Curbs
Assam, Nagaland Agree To Withdraw Forces From Interstate Border
Mizoram Stands By 1875 Document On Boundary With Assam
Kashmir: Top JeM Terrorist Involved In Pulwama Attack Killed
Himachal Police Book US-Based Khalistani Activist For Sedition
More Than Money, You Need Courage To Survive In Mumbai: Pankaj Tripathi
Olympic Hockey: India Women's Reach Quarters
Tokyo Olympics: Lyu Xiaojun Becomes Oldest Weightlifting Champ At 37
Anil Arora, Mr. Bookworm, R.I.P.
When Train 18 Tricked To Be Modi’s Bullet Train
Solskjaer’s Magical Case For Manchester United Exceptionalism
Seven Reasons Why I Am Not Moved By Last Week's Indo-Pak Tension