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  • "Never Seen This Much Water": In Kerala, A Deluge Of Disbelief And Loss

    "Never Seen This Much Water": In Kerala, A Deluge Of Disbelief And Loss

    In a village called Panamaram, in Kerala's Wayanad district, families have been living on the banks of the river Kabini for decades. But this year everybody had to move out as the river quite simply took over the road. After days of heavy rain, water was released from the Banasura Dam and the river just kept swelling until it overflowed its banks -...

  • In Kerala Flood Shelters, Psychologists, Counsellors Help Children Relax

    In Kerala Flood Shelters, Psychologists, Counsellors Help Children Relax

    Around 20,000 people had to trade in their homes for a shelter from floodwaters and rain in Kerala's Wayanad. At least 10 people have died in the massive monsoon triggered landslides and flood - they are among the 164 people who have died in the state since August 8.

  • 2 Dead In Landslide In Kodagu, Coastal Karnataka Flooded, Rescue Ops On

    2 Dead In Landslide In Kodagu, Coastal Karnataka Flooded, Rescue Ops On

    Two people died on Kodagu-Mangaluru highway in a landslide this morning. Heavy rain has caused severe flooding in parts of coastal Karnataka and Kodagu district which generally receive higher rainfall than elsewhere in the state. Choppers will leave Bengaluru to airlift over 100 perople stranded in Kodagu. The Civil Defence Quick Response Team resc...

  • For Differently Abled, Poor Planning Takes Fun Out Of Big Bengaluru Show

    For Differently Abled, Poor Planning Takes Fun Out Of Big Bengaluru Show

    One definition of independence could be the freedom of movement, to be able to physically move around. The Independence Day Flower Show at Bengaluru's famous Lalbagh draws lakhs of visitors, but for people on wheelchairs, it isn't exactly a walk in the park.

  • "Rumours," Says Minister On Aero India Moving Out Of Karnataka: 10 Points

    "Rumours," Says Minister On Aero India Moving Out Of Karnataka: 10 Points

    Hugely upset over reports that Aero India -- Asia's largest military aviation exhibition -- will be moved out of Bengaluru, where it has been held since 1996, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy and his ministers have been demanded that the centre speak up on the issue. And on Monday evening it did - kind of. While there was no word from Defence Minister...

  • Aero India Show Moving Out Of Bengaluru? Karnataka Asks Centre To Clarify

    Aero India Show Moving Out Of Bengaluru? Karnataka Asks Centre To Clarify

    The Karnataka government on Saturday reacted strongly to the reports that Aero India, a biennial air show and aviation exhibition held in Bengaluru, will be moved out of the state capital.

  • Mall To Replace Bengaluru Complex, Residents Worry About Trees, Traffic

    Mall To Replace Bengaluru Complex, Residents Worry About Trees, Traffic

    Residents of Bengaluru's upmarket Indiranagar are concerned about the civic agency's plan to knock down an over three-decade-old commercial complex in the area and erect a mall in its place. The mall will be built by private developers and a lot of trees will be cut for the project.

  • How M Karunanidhi's Supporters Bid Adieu To Their Leader

    How M Karunanidhi's Supporters Bid Adieu To Their Leader

    They came in their thousands to Rajaji Hall. They came to pay tribute and say goodbye to a man who was perhaps the last political giant of Tamil Nadu - truly, to use that cliche - the end of an era.

  • "We Lost Our Grandfather" Wails Mourner At Karunanidhi's Funeral

    "We Lost Our Grandfather" Wails Mourner At Karunanidhi's Funeral

    Thousands of people came to Chennai's Rajaji Hall today to pay tribute and say goodbye to a man, who was perhaps the last political giant of Tamil Nadu. 94-year-old M Karunanidhi had been the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu five times, elected to the Assembly 13 times. He had never lost an election.

  • JDS, Congress Discuss Alliance Ahead Of Local Body Polls In Karnataka

    JDS, Congress Discuss Alliance Ahead Of Local Body Polls In Karnataka

    Elections to over 100 city and town municipalities and town panchayatsacross Karnataka will be held on August 29. Votes will be counted on September 1.Elections to local bodies in Mysuru, Shivamogga and Tumakuru districts will not be held as a case regarding reservation of wards is pending before the Karnataka High Court.

  • Police Arrest Man For Allegedly Murdering Karnataka Lawyer

    Police Arrest Man For Allegedly Murdering Karnataka Lawyer

    The police in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka have made an arrest in the case of the murder of a Dandeli-based lawyer, Ajit Nayak. 35 year old Pandurang Kamble was arrested on Wednesday and is now in police custody. They say a property dispute was behind the attack.

  • Meet The Karnataka Man Whose Life Mission Is To Build Ponds For Animals

    Meet The Karnataka Man Whose Life Mission Is To Build Ponds For Animals

    This 80-year-old man has spent decades creating and preserving ponds near his village of Daasanadoddi in Karnataka's Mandya district.

  • Second Capital For Karnataka? HD Kumaraswamy's Pointed Move Amid Protest

    Second Capital For Karnataka? HD Kumaraswamy's Pointed Move Amid Protest

    A north vs south debate in Karnataka has revived demands for a second capital for the state. On Tuesday, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy told NDTV he was all for a second capital and that the state government was considering shifting some government offices to Suvarna Vidhana Soudha in Belagavi city.

  • North Karnataka Bandh On Thursday, Protesters Want To Highlight "Neglect"

    North Karnataka Bandh On Thursday, Protesters Want To Highlight "Neglect"

    North Karnataka has long been considered a less developed part of the state compared to the more prosperous southern parts. And the issue is gathering steam with a bandh called for this Thursday, August 2, to highlight what protestors says is the neglect of this region. There is even a demand for a second capital for the state from the north.

  • Monsoon This Year Brings Relief For Farmers In Karnataka's Mandya

    Monsoon This Year Brings Relief For Farmers In Karnataka's Mandya

    Mandya district in Karnataka is the region that has seen the highest number of farmer suicides in the state over the past few years. This year, the monsoon has been generous so far in southern Karnataka -- and farmers in Mandya are more hopeful than they have been in years

'Maya Sharma' - 1000 Video Result(s)

'Maya Sharma' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • "Never Seen This Much Water": In Kerala, A Deluge Of Disbelief And Loss

    "Never Seen This Much Water": In Kerala, A Deluge Of Disbelief And Loss

    In a village called Panamaram, in Kerala's Wayanad district, families have been living on the banks of the river Kabini for decades. But this year everybody had to move out as the river quite simply took over the road. After days of heavy rain, water was released from the Banasura Dam and the river just kept swelling until it overflowed its banks -...

  • In Kerala Flood Shelters, Psychologists, Counsellors Help Children Relax

    In Kerala Flood Shelters, Psychologists, Counsellors Help Children Relax

    Around 20,000 people had to trade in their homes for a shelter from floodwaters and rain in Kerala's Wayanad. At least 10 people have died in the massive monsoon triggered landslides and flood - they are among the 164 people who have died in the state since August 8.

  • 2 Dead In Landslide In Kodagu, Coastal Karnataka Flooded, Rescue Ops On

    2 Dead In Landslide In Kodagu, Coastal Karnataka Flooded, Rescue Ops On

    Two people died on Kodagu-Mangaluru highway in a landslide this morning. Heavy rain has caused severe flooding in parts of coastal Karnataka and Kodagu district which generally receive higher rainfall than elsewhere in the state. Choppers will leave Bengaluru to airlift over 100 perople stranded in Kodagu. The Civil Defence Quick Response Team resc...

  • For Differently Abled, Poor Planning Takes Fun Out Of Big Bengaluru Show

    For Differently Abled, Poor Planning Takes Fun Out Of Big Bengaluru Show

    One definition of independence could be the freedom of movement, to be able to physically move around. The Independence Day Flower Show at Bengaluru's famous Lalbagh draws lakhs of visitors, but for people on wheelchairs, it isn't exactly a walk in the park.

  • "Rumours," Says Minister On Aero India Moving Out Of Karnataka: 10 Points

    "Rumours," Says Minister On Aero India Moving Out Of Karnataka: 10 Points

    Hugely upset over reports that Aero India -- Asia's largest military aviation exhibition -- will be moved out of Bengaluru, where it has been held since 1996, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy and his ministers have been demanded that the centre speak up on the issue. And on Monday evening it did - kind of. While there was no word from Defence Minister...

  • Aero India Show Moving Out Of Bengaluru? Karnataka Asks Centre To Clarify

    Aero India Show Moving Out Of Bengaluru? Karnataka Asks Centre To Clarify

    The Karnataka government on Saturday reacted strongly to the reports that Aero India, a biennial air show and aviation exhibition held in Bengaluru, will be moved out of the state capital.

  • Mall To Replace Bengaluru Complex, Residents Worry About Trees, Traffic

    Mall To Replace Bengaluru Complex, Residents Worry About Trees, Traffic

    Residents of Bengaluru's upmarket Indiranagar are concerned about the civic agency's plan to knock down an over three-decade-old commercial complex in the area and erect a mall in its place. The mall will be built by private developers and a lot of trees will be cut for the project.

  • How M Karunanidhi's Supporters Bid Adieu To Their Leader

    How M Karunanidhi's Supporters Bid Adieu To Their Leader

    They came in their thousands to Rajaji Hall. They came to pay tribute and say goodbye to a man who was perhaps the last political giant of Tamil Nadu - truly, to use that cliche - the end of an era.

  • "We Lost Our Grandfather" Wails Mourner At Karunanidhi's Funeral

    "We Lost Our Grandfather" Wails Mourner At Karunanidhi's Funeral

    Thousands of people came to Chennai's Rajaji Hall today to pay tribute and say goodbye to a man, who was perhaps the last political giant of Tamil Nadu. 94-year-old M Karunanidhi had been the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu five times, elected to the Assembly 13 times. He had never lost an election.

  • JDS, Congress Discuss Alliance Ahead Of Local Body Polls In Karnataka

    JDS, Congress Discuss Alliance Ahead Of Local Body Polls In Karnataka

    Elections to over 100 city and town municipalities and town panchayatsacross Karnataka will be held on August 29. Votes will be counted on September 1.Elections to local bodies in Mysuru, Shivamogga and Tumakuru districts will not be held as a case regarding reservation of wards is pending before the Karnataka High Court.

  • Police Arrest Man For Allegedly Murdering Karnataka Lawyer

    Police Arrest Man For Allegedly Murdering Karnataka Lawyer

    The police in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka have made an arrest in the case of the murder of a Dandeli-based lawyer, Ajit Nayak. 35 year old Pandurang Kamble was arrested on Wednesday and is now in police custody. They say a property dispute was behind the attack.

  • Meet The Karnataka Man Whose Life Mission Is To Build Ponds For Animals

    Meet The Karnataka Man Whose Life Mission Is To Build Ponds For Animals

    This 80-year-old man has spent decades creating and preserving ponds near his village of Daasanadoddi in Karnataka's Mandya district.

  • Second Capital For Karnataka? HD Kumaraswamy's Pointed Move Amid Protest

    Second Capital For Karnataka? HD Kumaraswamy's Pointed Move Amid Protest

    A north vs south debate in Karnataka has revived demands for a second capital for the state. On Tuesday, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy told NDTV he was all for a second capital and that the state government was considering shifting some government offices to Suvarna Vidhana Soudha in Belagavi city.

  • North Karnataka Bandh On Thursday, Protesters Want To Highlight "Neglect"

    North Karnataka Bandh On Thursday, Protesters Want To Highlight "Neglect"

    North Karnataka has long been considered a less developed part of the state compared to the more prosperous southern parts. And the issue is gathering steam with a bandh called for this Thursday, August 2, to highlight what protestors says is the neglect of this region. There is even a demand for a second capital for the state from the north.

  • Monsoon This Year Brings Relief For Farmers In Karnataka's Mandya

    Monsoon This Year Brings Relief For Farmers In Karnataka's Mandya

    Mandya district in Karnataka is the region that has seen the highest number of farmer suicides in the state over the past few years. This year, the monsoon has been generous so far in southern Karnataka -- and farmers in Mandya are more hopeful than they have been in years

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