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Raj Bhavan ready for oath, security deployed outside BJP office Bengaluru

Raj Bhavan ready for oath, security deployed outside BJP office Bengaluru

With the Supreme Court refusing to put a stay on BS  Yeddyurappa's oath ceremony at 9 AM today, preparations are almost done for the oath at the Raj Bhavan. Huge security has been deployed outside the Raj Bhavan as well as the BJP office in Bengaluru. Union Ministers Prakash Javadekar, JP Nadda and Dharmendra Pradhan are present at the Raj Bhavan for the oath.
Bastariya Battalion to combat Naxals

Bastariya Battalion to combat Naxals

The much-awaited "Bastariya" Battalion of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) comprising recruits from naxal-hit districts in the state will be commissioned into service tomorrow, with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh attending its passing out parade in Ambikapur district. Rajnath Singh today arrived in Surguja district on a two-day visit to the state.

Atmosphere of dejection prevails: Sinha

Atmosphere of dejection prevails: Sinha

An atmosphere of dejection was prevailing among the people of the country, who were feeling let down by the unfulfilled promises made by the government, former Union minister Yashwant Sinha said today.

Sinha, who quit the BJP recently alleging that there was a "threat" to democracy under the current dispensation led by the party.

Kumaraswamy hits back at Rajinikanth

Kumaraswamy hits back at Rajinikanth

Hitting back at actor Rajinikanth over his comments on release of Cauvery water by Karnataka to Tamil Nadu, HD Kumaraswamy on Sunday invited him to come to the state and see the situation for himself, after which he would change his stand. He was responding to Rajinikanth's statement asking the new govt to release to Tamil Nadu its share of Cauvery water.