Kerala GP Elections: Oct 23 & 25

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

Thiruvananthapuram: The local bodies in Panchayat Raj in Kerala will face fresh polls for a new term in a two-tier level, beginning Saturday, for which the ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF) and Congress led United Democratic Front (UDF) are making every effort to establish their influence at all grass root democratic units in the state […]

Congress in conflict, as 2 MLAs leave in 2 days.

Thursday, October 21st, 2010
Narayana Swamy

Bangalore: The 73 MLAs strong Congress can neither join with JD-S as in 2002 under Dharam Singh, nor it can assert as a majority party. At this peculiar juncture, two MLAs in two days have resigned from Congress, adding salt to the Party wounds in Karnataka. A man from Jagalur and now Narayana Swamy from […]

CM answers Opposition leaders’ charges.

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Bangalore : Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa today expressed his displeasure over the  Opposition parties raising the issue of BJPs  ‘Operation Lotus’. Strongly condemning the Congress staging protest in front of his house yesterday, Mr Yeddyurappa charged that/ Congress was indulging in anti-democratic methods by holding its MLAs in a resort without giving them freedom. […]

DK District DC V. Ponnuraj transferred to Shimoga

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010
DC V. Ponnuraj

Bangalore : The state government has issued an order for the transfer of District Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada District V. Ponnuraj to Shimoga. The new DC of Dakshina Kannada will be Subhod Yadav, who will soon be taking charge. A. Aditya Biswas has been transferred to Bellary, K. Amaranarayana to Chamarajnagar, S. Shankarnarayana to Gadag, […]

Congress leaders and MLAs laid siege to Chief Ministers residence

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010
Congress leaders protest Near Cm House

Bangalore : Apprehending desertion of some of their legislators to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress leaders and MLAs laid siege to Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa’s residence on Tuesday evening and asked the ruling party not to indulge in another “Operation Lotus” to remain in power. The Congress was rattled by rumours that the […]

State Govt to recruit 8,000 school teachers

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010
Vishveshwara Hegde Kageri

Bangalore : In order to fill the vacancies caused by retirement of teachers, Karnataka government will recruit around 8,000 school teachers by next March, said Honourable Minister for primary and secondary education, Vishveshwara Hegde Kageri. Speaking to the media representatives, he also said that after the retirement age was increased from 58 to 60 years, […]

CM Yeddyurappa offers traditional bagina to Goddess Cauvery

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010
Yeddyurappa Bagina

Mysore: Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa who was in Mysore for two days in connection with Dasara festivities, visited KRS reservoir to offer traditional bagina to Goddess Cauvery on Monday. Later, he left to nearby Bebi Village to seek the blessings of Sri Trinetra Mahantha Shivayogi Swamiji and returned to Bangalore to preside a Cabinet meeting. […]

Siddaramaiah again with controversy on BJP

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Bangalore : In a wake of another controversy, Congress leader, Siddaramaiah said that BJP had tried to bribe its 53 of 73 MLAs with Rs 50 crore. He also stated that, apart from paying them the huge amount of money, BJP leaders had spoke to the Congress MLAs and offered them a ministerial seat in […]

A Single judge bench to decide BJP legislators issue

Monday, October 18th, 2010
J.S. Khehar

Bangalore  : The Karnataka High Court’s new bench will give an hear the plea of 5 independent MLA’s against their disqualification on Nov 2. J.S. Khehar, Chief Justice and Justice N. Kumar were suppose to hear the plea of the independent legislators with the petition of the 11 BJP law makers, has differed the action […]

Thousands witness ‘Jamboo Savari’ at Mysore

Sunday, October 17th, 2010
mysore Jamboo Savaari

Mysore  : 10-day Dasara festivities main attraction ‘Jamboo Savari’ or elephant procession was witnessed by thousands of visitors to this cultural capital of Karnataka on October 17, Sunday. The majestic tusker Balarama, standing tall at 2.7 metres and weighing around 4,900 kg, led the procession of 12 caparisoned elephants, horses, camels, police contingents and tableaux […]

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