Andhra Pradesh objects to Karnataka constructing the Paragodu barrage on a tributary of the Krishna river, but Karnataka denies violating any inter-State water-sharing agreement.

TO say that it was a political roller-coaster of a fortnight for Bookanakere Siddalingappa Yeddyurappa would be a gross understatement. With his back to the wall for much of October, the beleaguered Karnataka Chief Minister of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) just about staved off a strong intra-party challenge to his leadership and authority by a group of dissidents led by three brothers, G.

IT is the time of the day when all able-bodied men in any village should be working in the fields. However, at the Biligi rehabilitation centre in Karnataka's Bagalkot district, a group of unemployed men are seated behind an electronic keyboard on the sun-baked floor, practising music for a stage play.

Faced with a barrage of criticism from the Opposition that it has failed to stop Andhra Pradesh from going ahead with the construction of "unauthorised" irrigation projects in the Krishna and Godav

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