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La Dona may score an encore

La Dona, who is in fine nick, may score an encore in the Karnataka Racehorse Owners Association Mysore 1000 Guineas (1,600m), the first classic of the season to be held here on Thursday (Sept. 22). There will be no false rails. JAGANMOHANA ... The Hindu, 3 days ago

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Cauvery water dispute: Historical grievances and shrinking incomes

At the turn of the present century, irrigation in the Cauvery basin in what is now Karnataka was carried out mainly through diversions of rivers, and tanks. In a letter written on July 6, 1915, Sir M Visweswaraya, then Diwan of Mysore and the master ...
 Indian Express4 days ago Karnataka to challenge Cauvery panel order in SC  Singapore Star.com6 days ago The fight over Cauvery: Historical grievances and shrinking incomes  Indian Express4 days ago Cauvery water row: All you need to know  Financial Express1 week ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Karnataka man survives despite being bitten by snakes 12 times

A 20-year-old man, named Lingaraju S, in Vijaypura has proved to be luckier than the proverbial cat with nine lives after he remained alive in spite of being bitten by snakes several times. In fact, he was attacked by four snakes, including two king ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago King Cobras Hate Him, But This Karnataka Man Has Survived After Being Bitten By 12 Different Snakes!  Indiatimes1 week ago King Cobras Hate Him But This Karnataka Man Has Survived After Being Bitten By 12 Different Snakes  Indiatimes1 week ago

Origins of a sacred grove, kings and tigers

Situated at the centre of Salcete taluka, the agrarian Raia village has an interesting etymology that unveils its historical character and religious background. While some historians point out that Raia has originated from either Raipur, Raigram, ...
 Times of India6 days ago

Britain's youngest Indian Parliamentarian Jitesh Gadhia takes Rig Veda to the House of Lords

MUMBAI: If a now disgraced billionaire brought back the sword of Tipu Sultan from UK in 2004 to its real scabbard in Karnataka after 200 years, an ace British Indian banker is now making sure the Rig Veda enters its Parliament. Britain's newest ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Man behind Tata-Corus deal Jitesh Gadhia takes Rig Veda to the House of Lords  Economic Times1 week ago
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Deve Gowda rides Cauvery row to spring back into limelight

Former PM Deve Gowda is trying to reinvent himself ahead of the 2018 assembly polls in Karnataka by rallying support on the Cauvery plank, say political analysts Bengaluru: For a man who analysts say has always been at the right place at the right ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago

Garadi mane for wrestling is losing its glory to modern gyms

BENGALURU: Wrestling was once a popular sport in Karnataka. It is centuries-old was patronised by Mysore maharajas. Wrestlers in the city practise their sport, and exercise and tone their bodies in garadi manes or gymnasiums. The city's oldest ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Firstpost.com

Cauvery issue: Karnataka and TN are not India and Pakistan; this violence must end

Send me to hell, and slit my tongue. I will still talk Kannada through my nose. These are not lines written by a fire-breathing Kannada bigot, and certainly not by the Kannadiga equivalent of an Islamic State suicide bomber. These lines are ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago
Firstpost.com

Cauvery dispute: SC leaves Karnataka tense and TN sulking for more water

Editor's note: This is an updated version of an article that appeared on 3 September A helpless Supreme Court on Monday did a fine balancing act in deciding on the amount of water that Karnataka must release to Tamil Nadu. The quantum of water ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Cauvery water dispute: Farmers and activists of Mandya protest against SC directive  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

Chennaiites warm for over 100 years, thanks to 'woollen kings'

CHENNAI: They have been the Kings of Wool since 1905 and City Express experienced the warmth of Joonus Sait & Sons, a shop specialising in winter wear at Rattan Bazaar on a rainy day. Usman Sait (the fourth generation owner of the shop) welcomed us ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
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