The former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has lost his mental balance. He should be admitted to NIMHANS if the Congress-Janata Dal(S) coalition had to be saved in Karnataka, the former Minister and BJP leader Shobha Karandlaje said in Chikkodi on Sunday. She was responding to reports that Mr. Siddaramaiah had described Prime Minister as unworthy (”nalayak”) at a poll rally in Raibag town on Saturday. “It is Mr. Siddaramaiah who is ‘nalayak’. He has lost his mind. He has lost his mental balance. He should be admitted to NIMHANS if the Congress-Janata Dal(S) alliance is to be saved,” Ms. Karandlaje said. She said that Mr. Modi was the best Prime Minister that India had had till now. “But some people don’t see the good in others. They criticise for the sake of criticising. People like Mr. Siddaramaiah criticise Mr. Modi only because they have nothing else to do,” she said.
Several parts of Tiruvannamalai district and a few places in Vellore district experienced heavy downpour on Tuesday night and Wednesday early morning. In particular, Kilpennathur received 68 mm rainfall, Kaveripakkam 55.4 mm, and Chetpet recorded 50.8 mm of rain during the 24-hour period ending 8 a.m. on Wednesday. The day was very humid and with […]
Around 60 agrarian families of Odisha’s Koraput town have used their own funds and labour to build an irrigation system to get extra water for their fields. These families of the ‘mali’ community live at Pandiki Maliguda street of ward number 14 of Koraput municipality. Though Pandiki Maliguda became a part of the Koraput municipality […]
A Maharashtra legislator has appealed to the Arunachal Pradesh government not to pursue a proposed highway through a tiger reserve. In a letter to Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on February 24, MLA Bhimrao Dhondibar Tapkir expressed concern over the proposal to construct the East-West Industrial Corridor through the “nationally and globally important” Pakke […]