U T Khader to visit Shivamogga on July 24

Saturday, July 14th, 2018
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Shivamogga: BJP MLA K S Eshwarappa has informed that State Urban Development Minister U T Khader will visit Shivamogga on July 24. The two held a meeting in Bengaluru on July 12 where issues relating to developmental projects for Shivamogga city, particularly the housing scheme here and Smart city plans were talked about. Eshwarappa said […]

Minor landslide in Agumbe

Saturday, July 14th, 2018
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Shivamogga: The heavy rainfall in the district has caused another land slide in the Agumbe Ghat. The embankment on the fourteenth curve of the Agumbe Ghat gave away causing a minor landslide. As a preventive measure, police authorities have introduced blockades in the spot. The landslides happened a couple of meters from sunset point in […]

Trucks Banned On Madikeri-Mangaluru Road

Saturday, July 14th, 2018
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Mysuru: Following incessant rains, cracks have developed on on Madikeri-Mangaluru Road at about 500 meters from the General Thimmaiah Statue and there is a danger of the land caving in. The cracks have compelling the Kodagu District Administration to ban the movement of trucks along the road from July 13th. However, buses have been allowed […]

BJP raises ‘Love Jihad’ issue in Legislative Council

Thursday, July 12th, 2018
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Bengaluru: The claim that innocent Hindu girls are being allured through the methods for ‘Love Jihad’ in different areas of Karnataka, and that they are trapped and utilized for terrorist activities later, was uproared in the legislative council of the state on Wednesday July 11. Tejaswini Gowda, BJP members from legislative council, expressed that innocent […]

Coastal area innocent girls cheated, pushed into prostitution

Thursday, July 12th, 2018
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Bengaluru : Urban Development Minister U T Khader sought to clarify that ‘love jihad’ had not taken place in the state. During a heated debate on  ‘love jihad’ the issue of  in the Legislative Council on Wednesday, the members of Opposition BJP demanded a reply from Parameshwara. The state government on Wednesday said that not a […]

Flower show at Lalbagh to salute Indian Army

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018
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Bengaluru: The yearly Independence Day flower show at Lalbagh will pay ‘floral’ tribute to the Indian Armed Forces this year. In an ongoing meeting, the Horticulture Department chose to pay flower tributes to solders this time. As its auxiliary topic, the show will likewise pay tributes to the Kannada film industry which has finished its […]

We will not allow Karnataka to go ‘Udta Punjab’ way: G. Parameshwara

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018
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Bengaluru: Home Minister G. Parameshwara on Tuesday said some pharma organizations in and around Devanahalli were producing tablets bound with narcotics and exporting them to different nations. Reacting to an inquiry in the Legislative Council on the expanding drug hazard in the State and “inaction” by the government to check it, the Home Minister stated, […]

218 liquor shops still functiong in highway

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018
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Bengaluru : The state government has not been able to relocate all liquor shops along highways in accordance with a Supreme Court directive, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy told the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. There are 218 liquor shops that continue to function even after the apex court banned the sale of liquor within 500 […]

Govt. to ban private universities offering agricultural courses

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018
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Bengaluru: Respecting the pressure by farm sciences’ students, who dissented for 22 days demanding rejecting of private colleges offering agricultural courses, the State government has decided to correct the Karnataka Agriculture University Act to forestall such colleges and schools. Declarations in such manner were made in the State governing body on Monday by Agriculture Minister […]

Karnataka Government declares Rs 2.50 support price for mango

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018
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Bengaluru: The Karnataka government has reacted to the issues of mango producers and proclaimed a support price of Rs 2.50/kg (Rs 2,500 for each ton). Agriculture Minister N H Shivashankara Reddy pronounced the measure in both the houses of the State Legislature. Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy likewise educated about the decision in the Assembly. […]

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