First international low cost airline to fly from Bangalore

Air Arabia

Art of Living foundation comes forward to fight poverty

Karnataka crisis: BJP ministers resign en masse

Bangalore, Oct 2: All the BJP ministers, including Deputy Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa, today handed over their resignation from the JD (S)-led coalition Government in the State to Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy.

The BJP's decision to resign en masse from the Kumaraswamy Cabinet comes after the talks between the BJP and the JD (S) failed on the power transfer issue.

According to the pact reached between the two parties twenty months ago, the JD (S) is supposed to transfer the office of Chief Minister to the BJP on October 3.

Bangalore ODI: Tight security at Chinnaswamy Stadium

Bangalore, Sept. 29 : Tight security arrangements have been made around the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, where first of the seven one-day internationals between India and Australia is being played today.

"We have also ensured that this time we will not have paper badges. We have security and electronic bands which are given to the security staff who are in the stadium apart from the policemen," said B.N.S. Reddy, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Bangalore.

We’re Ready To Beat Aussies Once Again, Says M.S. Dhoni

Bangalore: A positive India Captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, on Friday sated that the Twenty20 World Cup victory was the past thing, and the Indian group was now all set to play some tough match agai

India's big three will be targetted: Ricky Ponting

Bangalore, Sept.27 : Australian captain Ricky Ponting today said that India's cricketing big guns Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly would be targetted by his team during the forthcoming seven one-day internationals in India, beginning with Saturday's one-dayer in Bangalore.

Addressing a press conference here, Ponting said that the Kangaroos were well aware of the "strengths and weaknesses" of Dravid, Tendulkar and Ganguly, and as far the rest were concerned, they would be sorted out.