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    North Karnataka

    Karnataka is a state in the south western region of India. It was formed on 1 November 1956, with the passage of the States Reorganisation Act. Originally known as the State of Mysore, it was renamed Karnataka in 1973. The state corresponds to the Carnatic region. The capital and largest city is Bangalore.

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    Pralhad Joshi visits flood-affected Dharwad district in Karnataka
    National

    Pralhad Joshi visits flood-affected Dharwad district in Karnataka

    Union Minister and Member of Parliament from the constituency Pralhad Joshi visited the flood-affected district, earlier today.

    Karnataka: Muslim families in flood-hit Belgaum deprived of Eid celebrations
    National

    Karnataka: Muslim families in flood-hit Belgaum deprived of Eid celebrations

    Where the entire country is celebrating Eid al-Adha today, the scenario in Sai Nagar area of flood-hit Karnataka remains grim.

    Karnataka floods: Death toll reaches 42
    National

    Karnataka floods: Death toll reaches 42

    The death toll in flood-hit Karnataka on Monday mounted to 42.

    Navy undertakes aerial relief, rescue operation in Karnataka's Belgaum district
    National

    Navy undertakes aerial relief, rescue operation in Karnataka's Belgaum district

    The Indian Navy on Sunday carried out aerial rescue and relief operations in North Karnataka's Belgaum district, where the floods triggered by rains have thrown the normal life out of gear.

    MB Patil clarifies Congress MLA's 'neglection of Lingayats' remark
    Politics

    MB Patil clarifies Congress MLA's 'neglection of Lingayats' remark

    Karnataka Home Minister MB Patil on Monday clarified his party MLA BC Patil's comment about Congress "neglecting" Lingayats in the Lok Sabha polls and said that elections are won with the support of all communities of the society.

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