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Siddaramaiah emulates Modi with ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ mantra 17.2.2018 Hindu: Home
His budget offers sops for AHINDA, a 30 % hike in salary for govt. staff
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Karnataka Budget 2018: Encouragement for women entrepreneurs 16.2.2018 deccanherald.com
The state government has announced a proposal to start transit hostels for women coming to Bengaluru for interviews for employment, various entrance examinations etc with the assistance of voluntary organisations and private partnership. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah announced Rs 2 crore grants to build a positive mindset about women, safe atmosphere for women and to create awareness about gender among government employees, community policing volunteers, resident welfare association, students and colleges, especially boys. An outlay of Rs. 5,371 crore has been provided to Women and Child Development Department. He said Rs 1 crore will be provided to start a comprehensive information resources portal for women to communicate essential information related to schemes, facilities and amenities for women. To promote women entrepreneurs, preference will be given in public procurement (catering, housekeeping, solid waste management in the local areas of the cities, etc) for self-help groups and representatives ...
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State Budget 2018-19: Boon for minorities, backward classes, Dalits 16.2.2018 Hindu: National
With a clear eye on the forthcoming elections to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly this summer (2018), Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, on Friday, offered several sops to various small and marginal commu...
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Spectacle sans substance 14.2.2018 FrontLine: Home
Union Budget 2018-19 turns out to be an exercise that carries forward the use of hyperbole on which the Narendra Modi regime rests. Two major welfare measures, minimum support price for farmers and health care for the poor, have been announced with fanfare but with no plan to implement them as policy. By V. SRIDHAR
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Midday meal workers call off strike after meeting CM 10.2.2018 Hindu: Bangalore
Midday meal workers have called off their agitation on Friday after Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramiah met them and promised to increase their honorarium in the coming budget. S. Varalakshmi, State...
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Cabinet approves enhancement of target under Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana 8.2.2018 General News
While expanding the target, the Government has also addressed the practical difficulty faced in PMUY implementation, namely, genuinely poor households left out of Socio Economic Caste Survey (SECC) list. The Cabinet today approved to expand the Scheme to cover all SC/ST households, beneficiaries of PMAY (Gramin), Antyoday Anna Yojana (AAY), Forest dwellers, Most Backward Classes (MBC), Tea and Ex-Tea Garden Tribes, people residing in Islands and rivers etc. in addition to SECC identified households.
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Karnataka contests Modi's charge regarding housing 5.2.2018 All News-IANS Stories
The Congress government in Karnataka on Monday denied Prime Minister Narendra Modi's charge that it could not implement the housing scheme for the poor under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) in the state.
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Budget 2018 LIVE Updates: Capital Gains Tax Alone Can Foot Modicare and MSP Bill, Says Jaitley 1.2.2018 Top India News- News18.com
BUDGET 2018 LIVE UPDATES: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has hailed his government’s last pre-poll budget as a “big step” towards achieving Ease of Business and Ease of Living. Farmers, rural India and healthcare were the main focus of Budget 2018 — the last pre-poll budget — presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley earlier today, but the middle class hopes for Income Tax relief were dashed.
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Karnataka 6th Pay Commission recommends 30% hike in salary, move to benefit 5.2 lakh employees 1.2.2018 Latest News India on Firstpost
In a bonanza, the Karnataka 6th Pay Commission has recommended 30 percent hike in the salaries of state government employees and pensioners, effective 1 July 2017
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30% Hike Recommended For Karnataka Government Employees, Pensioners 1.2.2018 NDTV News - Top-stories
In a bonanza, the sixth Karnataka pay commission has recommended 30 per cent hike in the salaries of state government employees and pensioners, effective July 1, 2017.
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Panel moots 30% pay hike for state govt staff 31.1.2018 Deccan Herald - News
The Karnataka Sixth Pay Commission has recommended a 30% hike in basic salary for government employees, including pensioners. The report was submitted to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah by panel chairman and retired IAS officer M R Srinivasamurthy in Bengaluru on Wednesday. Siddaramaiah said the recommendations of the commission will be placed before the next state Cabinet meeting for approval. With Assembly elections just round the corner, Siddaramaiah, who also holds the finance portfolio, is likely to make an official announcement accepting the recommendations of the commission in his budget speech in the state legislature on February 16. Karnataka State Government Employees Association has welcomed the commissions recommendations. "We welcome the 30% hike. We had sought a 45% hike. We will try to convince the chief minister about our demand," association president B P Manje Gowda said. The pay hike will come as a bonanza for 5.2 lakh state government employees, 5.73 lakh pensioners and family pensioners ...
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Karnataka 6th Pay Commission: 30% hike for government employees recommended 31.1.2018 Latest News
The hike in salaries will come into effect from July 1st 2018 benefitting salaried employees and pensioners
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Pre-Poll Bonanza For Karnataka Govt Employees, 30% Hike in Salary Recommended 31.1.2018 Top Politics News- News18.com
The committee headed by former IAS officer Srinivasa Murthy submitted its report to the chief minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday also recommending an equal hike for pensioners in the state.
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30% hike recommended for K'taka govt employees, pensioners 31.1.2018 General News
In a bonanza, the sixth Karnataka pay commission has recommended 30 per cent hike in the salaries of state government employees and pensioners, effective July 1, 2017. The move will benefit 5.2 lakh government employees, 5.73 lakh pensioners and also about 73,000 employees of government-aided educational institutions, local bodies and non-teaching staff of colleges and universities of the state. The commission has recommended that the revision of pay and pension is to be notionally effected from July 1, 2017 with the resulting financial benefit being paid from April 1, 2018. If implemented, the revision of pay, allowances and pension is set to cost the state exchequer an estimated Rs 10,508 crore annually, the commission said. The commission headed by retired IAS officer M R Srinivas Murthy submitted the first volume of report to chief minister Siddaramaiah today. The minimum pay as per the revised pay scales will be Rs 17,000 and the maximum pay Rs 1,50,600 plus ...
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Anna Hazare to launch fresh agitations against Modi govt. 29.1.2018 Hindu: News
Activist says he kept quiet thinking that new government needed time to act upon poll promises
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Anna Hazare to launch fresh agitations against Modi government 28.1.2018 Hindu: National
Accuses Centre of pursuing ‘pro-corporate’ and ‘anti-people’ governance
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Now, Brahmins press for an economic development board 24.1.2018 DNA: Mumbai
The Brahmins in the state have demanded a separate board for them look into their issues. Speaking at a press conference held in the city on Tuesday, the Brahma Vikas Ayog Andolan Samiti, that claims to represent the interests of the Brahmins in the state, said that if there can be a separate board to look into the development of other communities similar boards can also be constituted for the Brahmins. Yagnesh Dave, the convener of the samiti, said they were demanding help for those who were extremely poor within the community. "Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka have a separate board for Brahmins then why can't Gujarat have it. Under the board, we are demanding economic help to Brahmins who are poor and often perform rituals for everyone. We are asking for medical aid for them, a pension and salary as well as educational opportunities for their children," said Dave. He said the samiti had in 2015 approached the then chief minister Anandiben Patel with their demands but nothing came of it. The ...
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The Hindu Explains: Office of profit 20.1.2018 Hindu: Home
On January 19, the Election Commission recommened the disqualification 20 Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs from Delhi, citing that they held offices of profit. In 2016, the EC had issued show cause notices...
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Aadhaar Adalats prove a boon for rural residents 18.1.2018 Hindu: Karnataka
The adalats are set to be completed by the first week of February
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District-level wrestling tournament on January 21 in Mangaluru 17.1.2018 Deccan Herald - District
Dakshina Kannada district Amateur Wrestling Association, in association with New Mangalore Port Staff Association, will organise a district-level wrestling tournament for men and women at Panambur beach on January 21. Addressing reporters in Mangaluru on Tuesday, Karnataka Wrestling Association president M Sureshchandra Shetty said that the tournament is being held in the memory of his father film artiste, former MLA and freedom fighter late M Lokaiah Shetty. This year is the 15th year of the tournament, he said. The tournament will be inaugurated by Mangalore North MLA B A Mohiyuddin Bava at Panambur beach on January 21 at 10 am. NMPT Chairman in-charge Suresh P Shirwadkar will preside. The selection of male participants will be done at Srinivasa Mallya Indoor Stadium on January 20 from 3 pm to 5 pm. Selection of female participants will be done at Panambur beach on January 21 from 8 am to 9 am. The wrestling matches will start from 9 am and will conclude by 6 pm. Mens wrestling matches will be held in ...
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