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Govt to launch ‘Badavara Bandhu’ for street vendors: Bandeppa Kashempur

Thursday, October 11th, 2018

Mangaluru: Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy would be launching a Badavara Bandhu scheme aimed at offering loan to street vendors and thus freeing Karnataka of the menace of meter baddi. The scheme would be launched ahead of Deepavali, State Minister for Co-operation Bandeppa Kashempur said. Speaking to reporters after reviewing the progress of SCDCC Bank here […]

I am not opposed to any religion: Siddaramaiah

Monday, October 8th, 2018

Bengaluru: I am not against any religion. However, I have differences of opinion with religions which do not treat everyone equally and do not respect human beings,” said former chief minster, Siddaramaiah. Speaking at Okalipuram Residents Welfare Association here on Sunday he said his government has implemented several programmes which has benefited people of all […]

An RTI reply has revealed that the Karnataka government

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

Mangaluru: An RTI reply has revealed that the Karnataka government, under former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, in its five-year tenure spent a whopping Rs 24 crore in travel allowances. Topping the list of ministers, who availed maximum travel allowances at the time is the then Health Minister UT Khader. His travel allowances amount to Rs 1,56,08,590. […]

‘Siddaramaiah’s ministers spent Rs 24 crore on travel’

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

Mangaluru: Ministers in former chief minister Siddaramaiah’s cabinet spent Rs 24 crore in travel allowances during their five-year term. They were paid Rs 30 per km for travel and their daily allowances were Rs 2000 per day (within Karnataka) and Rs 2500 per day (outside the state) Revealing this information, Right To Information (RTI) activist […]

B.A. Moideen earned the love and respect of all: Siddaramaiah

Saturday, July 21st, 2018

Mangaluru: The former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday said though the former Minister late B.A. Moideen was born a Muslim, he earned the love and respect of all, thereby becoming a leader of all. Speaking after the release of Nannolagina Naanu (Me within me), the autobiography of the late Minister here, Mr. Siddaramaiah said no […]

Siddaramaiah appointed as member of Congress Working Committee

Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

Bengaluru: Former Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah, has been given the membership of Congress Working Committee (CWC), which happens to be the most elevated policy making body of the Congress in the nation. It has been perceived that after the defeat of Congress in the state, Siddaramaiah was being consigned of significance in his party. […]

Multi-storeyed buildings to provide housing for poor people in urban: U.T. Khader

Monday, July 16th, 2018

Udupi: The government would be giving importance to the construction of multi-storeyed buildings to provide housing for poor people in urban areas of the State, Minister for Urban Development and Housing U.T. Khadar said here on Saturday. He told presspersons that as per a survey nearly 40% of people in the State were now residing […]

Namma Metro stage 3 will be expanded soon

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Bengaluru: The financial budget has arranged additional routes, totaling 95 km in Stage 3 of ‘Namma Metro’ Rail scheme, which will interface J.P Nagar with K.R. Puram and cover 42.75 km. These routes incorporate 12.5 km from Tollgate to Kadabagere, 3.07 km from Gottigere to Basavapura, 18.95 km from R.K. Hegde Nagar to Aerospace stop, […]

Deve Gowda rejects Siddaramaiah’s suggestion to present supplementary budget

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

Bengaluru: JD(S) supremo H D Deve Gowda today rejected former Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah’s suggestion that the new state government should present a supplementary budget, instead of a fresh budget, by citing a parliamentary precedence involving him as the prime minister. “I do not want to criticise Siddaramaiah’s suggestion. He has presented several budgets before, […]

Congress-JD(S) to form sub-committee to draft CMP

Friday, June 15th, 2018

Bangaluru: Karnataka’s JD-S-Congress government would soon set up a sub-committee to draft a common minimum program (CMP) from the poll manifesto of the collusion parties, said Coordination Committee director Siddaramaiah on Thursday. “The sub-committee, involving three Congress leaders and two Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) pioneers will draft the CMP for implementing throughout the next five years,” […]

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