Karnataka's two-wheeler Honda plant is largest in the worldLast updated on Aug 03, 2017, 08:24 pm
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter established its fourth assembly-line in its Narasapura factory in Kolar district, Karnataka, making India the biggest production hub for Honda's two-wheeler operations.
The new assembly line will boost its capacity to 24 lakh units/year, higher than other three facilities in Manesar, Tapukara and Vithalpur.
India is also the largest contributor to Honda's two-wheeler business.
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Bengaluru: Army officer kills daughters, hangs self to death
Stressed over domestic and financial matters, Army officer Harish Kumar, hailing from Hennur, killed his two daughters before hanging himself to death.
Posted in Assam, Kumar made his daughters drink rose water mixed with poison. Kumar holds no one responsible in his suicide note.
The incident came to light when his wife found the bedroom locked from inside and on peeping, found Kumar hanging.
Panel presses for separate coach for women in Bengaluru Metro
In order to assess women safety, team from Karnataka State Commission for Women, lawyers and members of Cubbon Park Walkers' Association took a Metro ride and talked to women passengers.
They pressed for a separate coach for women in Metro like in Delhi and will write to BMRC about the same.
BMRC will have a separate ladies coach after addition of three coaches.
Congress workers gather outside Karnataka Energy Minister's house
With I-T investigators raiding various properties of Karnataka Energy minister DK Shivakumar, Congress corporators and workers gathered outside his house in Sadashivanagar and shouted slogans and claimed the raids were politically motivated.
In addition, television and print journalists, photographers also showed up in huge numbers to get the politician's reaction.
Kumar asked the media to wait till raids were over.
Karnataka: Green passport to be issued to curtail illegal trekking
With the intent of putting a halt on illegal trekking in forests, the Karnataka forest department will issue unique-numbered green passport to trekkers and stamp them as a mark of acknowledgment for completing a particular forest trail.
"The move is to encourage youngsters to come closer to nature and put an end to illegal treks in the woods," an official said.