Lingayat

  • Now, Bangalore townships sell plots only to Brahmins, Lingayat 11-11-2013 08:50 AM

    Bangalore: After the controversy over the Mumbai property advertisement that said 'No Muslims allowed', CNN-IBN has found that other cities too are spawning divisive colonies. Now, two walled townships are coming up just outside Bangalore, to cater to only certain communities. Shankara Agraharam or Vedic Village, as it's called is...
  • Karnataka polls: Cong wins, BSY delivers knock-out punch to BJP 08-05-2013 03:07 PM

    Bangalore: The Congress returned to power in Karnataka after seven years, defeating the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) by a huge margin. Securing a clear majority on its own in a triangular fight, the party is now set to form the government on its own in Karnataka. The BJP suffered a...
  • K'taka polls: BSY, Lingayat support turn the tide in Congress's favour 08-05-2013 02:59 PM

    New Delhi: The Congress on Wednesday got majority in Karnataka and ousted the BJP to form the government in the state after seven years. The BJP suffered a humiliating defeat in the Karnataka Assembly elections as Congress appeared to be well on its way to wresting power on its own....
  • K'taka polls: BSY plays the spoiler, ensures BJP's defeat 08-05-2013 01:33 PM

    New Delhi: Karnataka Janata Paksha chief BS Yeddyurappa, who in May 2008 was the toast of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after leading the party to power in Karnataka, is now seen as the man who single-handedly responsible for the massive rout the party suffered in the 2013 Assembly elections....
  • Three priests commit self-immolation in Karnataka 08-04-2013 11:13 AM

    Bidar (Karna): Upset over the mysterious death of their seer, three priests allegedly committed suicide by self-immolation inside a mutt complex in northern Karnataka on Monday, police said. The priests of Chouli Mutt - Jagannath Swami (21), Sharanayya Swami (18) and V Reddy Swami (50) - allegedly set fire to...
  • Cong, BJP fight for Muslim voters in Hubli 21-05-2008 02:59 PM

    Hyderabad: David Warner scored a brilliant ton and was involved in a record second wicket stand for Delhi Daredevils (189 off 100) to smash the Deccan Chargers all over the park as Delhi chased down Deccan's total in 16.4 overs. Naman Ojha also found his form back as he smashed...
  • Analysis: How Karnataka 'castes' its votes 29-04-2008 10:34 PM

    Kolkata: Bengal selectors have retained the squad, which topped the East Zone leg to reach quarter-finals, for the all-India knock-out stage of the Vijay Hazare Trophy beginning in Delhi from March 5-12. With the provision of a 15-member squad, the selectors made Arindam Ghosh stand-bye. Bengal, to be led by...