Yeddyurappa, Siddaramaiah in wordy duel over whip

Posted on   5:01 pm

The argument broke when Water Resources Minister D K Shivakumar was addressing the House. Shivakumar reminded Yeddyurappa about his reported statement in Ballari that byelections should not take place and those who resign to circumvent defection should be barred from contesting elections for 10 years. “BJP has got a big strength after the Lok Sabha election. Come on, this is the time. Put an end to this system (defections),” Shivakumar told the BJP leader.

USA go high-tech to tackle Tokyo challenges

Posted on   4:53 pm

US Olympic officials are counting on cutting edge technology to help American athletes refine their training and prepare for the unique challenges of Tokyo in pursuit of another dominant display at the 2020 Games.

Couple assaulted in Kerala, police register case after 3 days

Posted on   4:48 pm

In the video, people are seen standing as mute spectators as the woman pleads with Sajivanand said to be a local Congress worker to stop attacking her husband. Abusing her, he then slapped her several times. An eyewitness said the accused allegedly used filthy language against the woman and hit her. Despite the locals asking the couple to approach police, they fled the place, it was stated.

BJP accuses Kumaraswamy of wasting tax payers’ money

Posted on   4:17 pm

Kumaraswamy’s government will slip into minority if the MLAs did not turn up today or their resignations were accepted by the speaker. As the debate on the confidence motion prolonged to the fourth day, former deputy chief minister K S Eshwarappa asked the Speaker, in a tweet, to have discussion other than “There are many to speak in the House,” “Give us a chance too’ and ‘it’s getting late in the evening, let us go home.” Eshwarappa was apparently referring to the reasons given by the ruling coalition members for seeking deferment of the trust vote.

Jagadeesan & Silambarasan help Dindigul win

Posted on   4:16 pm

Two youngsters – Narayan Jagadeesan and M Silambarasan – ensured the 100th match of the Tamilnadu Premier League was a memorable outing for Dindigul Dragons as the duo helped last year’s finalists upstage the defending champions Siechem Madurai Panthers by 30 runs for their second successive victory this season.

Malinga all set to retire

Posted on   4:04 pm

Veteran Sri Lankan pace bowler Lasith Malinga will retire from one-day international cricket after the first match of a three-match series against Bangladesh, skipper Dimuth Karunaratne said on Monday.