Karnataka Congress MLA fell for BJP’s ‘Operation Kamala’: Siddaramaiah

Bengaluru, March 5  Umesh Jadhav, Karnataka’s “rebel” Congress MLA who resigned from the state Assembly, fell prey to the BJP’s ‘Operation Kamala’, party leader Siddaramaiah said on Tuesday. “The circumstantial evidence clearly suggests that he (Jadhav) has fallen for #OperationKamala (referring to alleged poaching attempts by the BJP),” the former Chief Minister said in a […]

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Kerala announces fresh sops for farmers

Thiruvananthapuram, March 5  Following farmer suicides in Kerala amid recovery notices being issued to them in the aftermath of the century’s worst flood last year, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday announced fresh sops for farmers, including a moratorium on repayment of loans that will be extended till December 31. Aiming to aid the distressed […]

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Sikkim won’t politicise religion, nor have dynastic politics: CM

Namchi (Sikkim), March 5  Sikkim’s five-term Chief Minister Pawan Chamling has said his state will never politicise religion, nor will it indulge in dynastic politics, in effect distancing it from both the BJP and the Congress for the upcoming assembly and parliamentary elections. “In 25 years of SDF government, no one has died in the […]

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World’s oldest tattooing tools are 2,700 years old: Australian researchers

Canberra, March 5  Australian researchers on Tuesday revealed that the world’s oldest tattooing kit, which was found decades ago in Tonga, dates back 2,700 years and some were made of human bones. The researchers believe that two of these four tools were made of human bones and the other two with skeletal remains of birds, […]

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