Articles about Manjunath Prasad
26 Jul 2020India
In Bengaluru, over 3,000 people who tested positive for the novel coronavirus are "untraceable" even as the city faces a spike in the number of infections.
09 May 2020Politics
Trains meant to ferry migrant workers to their home states sparked a battle between political adversaries Amit Shah and Trinamool's Mamata Banerjee with the former writing a letter today underlining that Banerjee's government was doing "injustice".
06 May 2020India
The BJP-led Karnataka government has applied brakes on trains meant to ferry migrant workers to their home states, urging them to stay back as their exodus threatens construction industry and other economic activities.
22 Feb 2018Bengaluru
A recent survey carried out by a non-profit organization showed that city people want the civic bodies to improve the situation of roads and drivability. Health and sanitation was the next category that saw quite a lot of inputs.
12 Oct 2017Bengaluru
Karnataka is all set to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Vidhana Soudha on October 25th.
06 Sep 2017Bengaluru
Karnataka Congress President G Parameshwara conducted a random check at the Indira Canteen in Bengaluru's Ganganagar.
05 Sep 2017Bengaluru
Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is soon going to procure multi-purpose robot excavators to dredge and clean the clogged drains of the flooded city.
03 Sep 2017Bengaluru
After recording a footfall of nearly 15 lakh at Indira Canteens within only three weeks, Karnataka Government has decided to start such canteens in seven government hospitals across in Bengaluru.
09 Mar 2017Bengaluru
19 transgenders will have the opportunity to write their second pre-university exam in Karnataka under the category of "transgenders."
07 Feb 2017Bengaluru
2,200 women of the Lambani and Dalit communities in Kalaburagi have had their uteruses removed in a major racket.