A huge vaccination drive aimed at covering at least 40,000 individuals in a day is being held in Telangana today.
Amid speculations about a leadership change in Karnataka, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Sunday said he will continue in the top post as long as the BJP high command has confidence in him and he had no confusion about it.
The COVID-19 lockdown in Tamil Nadu has been extended for another week, Chief Minister MK Stalin announced on Saturday as the government announced two sets of relaxations for 11 hotspot districts and the rest of the state.
The first batch of 119 inmates including 39 women, moved out, accompanied by heavy security, with escort vehicles and armed policeman. After all, they would travel over three hours.
A nine-year-old lioness has died after testing positive for SARS-CoV2 at the renowned Arignar Anna Zoological Park, on the outskirts of Chennai.
A Rs 20,000 crore Covid package, liquid oxygen plant of 150 metric tonnes capacity, Rs 1,000 crore towards Covid vaccines and no new taxes were some of the big announcements in the revised budget presented by Kerala Finance Minister KN Balagopal.
Free of cost travel in town buses for differently-abled and transwomen and a super specialty hospital in Chennai were among the announcements the Tamil Nadu government made on Thursday to commemorate the 97th birth anniversary of M Karunanidhi.
A Google search with the keywords "ugliest language in India" popped up "Kannada" in the results, sparking a massive outrage today with the Karnataka government saying it will issue a legal notice to the search engine.
The Karnataka government is all set to administer more than 60 lakh doses of COVID-19 vaccine this month, thereby completing a total of 2 crore jabs by June 30,Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa said today.
Karnataka has extended the lockdown necessitated by the second wave of the pandemic till June 14. The restrictions will be in force till 6 am on June 14, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa said today.
Muthyala Girijamma, a native of Andhra's Krishna district, returned home 18 days after her family buried a woman's body without removing the wrap for fear of Covid.
Health and Family Welfare Department of Karnataka on Wednesday inducted 1,763 doctors and specialists newly recruited for the government hospitals across the state.
One of the accused in the alleged assault and gangrape of a Bangladeshi woman in Bengaluru was shot at and injured by the cops as he tried to escape by allegedly attacking a police team that had gone to arrest him today.
The Kerala Assembly today debated, among other things, if Covid as a cause of death ought to be certified by the attending doctor or a separate panel. The opposition sought the former while the government said the latter was what the WHO recommended.
It is a tradition in much of southern Karnataka to immerse the ashes of those who have been cremated in the river Cauvery.