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Rare exhibits give a glimpse of Karnataka's history 26.8.2016 deccanherald.com
A walk through the corridor of Mahalakshmi College of Arts on Friday gave a glimpse of Karnatakas history. Hundreds of official documents and letters on display at the college spoke volumes for the administration of the state and its history. In 1935, Kannada writer D V Gundappa had sought a loan of Rs 6,000 from the government for the establishment of his printing press. In 1914, a letter was written making the use of Kannada mandatory for official purposes. These are just a few examples of the collection that the Department of Archives had on display. The exhibition made it open for the enthusiasts to get a glimpse of letters that the British had written to the then Mysore Maharaja as well. In a notification, the Mysore State had announced that Sir M Visveswaraya would also get a special pension of Rs 1,250 as a mark of appreciation for the exemplary services he had rendered. The archives department had a photograph on display about this announcement that took place in 1919. Hundreds of such ...
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Brinda Karat supports Ramya 26.8.2016 Hindu: Cities
Former Rajya Sabha MP and CPI (M) politburo member Brinda Karat on Friday expressed solidarity with actor-turned-politician Ramya in connection with a controversy on latter’s statement praising Pakis...
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‘Clear dues of anganwadi workers under ICDS’ 25.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Clear dues of anganwadi workers under ICDS’
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CM faces tough question on Emergency detenus 25.8.2016 Hindu: Thiruvananthapuram
Can a Chief Minister sanction a special pension scheme of which he or she will be a beneficiary?Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan is confronted with this question as he tries to address the long-pending...
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Events in Bengaluru on Wednesday August 24 24.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Events in Bengaluru on Wednesday August 24
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Workers’ convention backs September 2 strike 24.8.2016 Hindu: Bangalore
A convention organised by the Joint Committee of Trade Unions (JCTU) here on Wednesday resolved to support the All India strike on September 2.The national level trade unions have given the strike ca...
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Devadasi women seek govt. support 17.8.2016 Hindu: Karnataka
Devadasi women staged a demonstration outside the office of the Deputy Commissioner here on Tuesday, seeking that they be granted five acres of cultivable land and that their monthly pension be hiked ...
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8 promises Modi made on I-Day 2015: Some met, Some works-in-progress 16.8.2016 Sify Finance
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Artistes seek houses, enhanced pension, among others 14.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Artistes seek houses, enhanced pension, among others
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What happened to the 8 promises Modi made on I-Day 2015? 14.8.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to deliver his third Independence Day speech on August 15, he is inviting ideas from citizens on issues he should speak on
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Beneficiaries all praise for State government’s welfare schemes 13.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Beneficiaries all praise for State government’s welfare schemes
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Modi made 8 promises on Independence Day ’15: Some met, others work-in-progress 13.8.2016 FirstPost: Politics

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to deliver his third Independence Day speech on 15 August, he is inviting ideas from citizens on issues he should speak on.

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Trade union members take out protest march, stage demonstration 10.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Trade union members take out protest march, stage demonstration
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Army Chief announces slew of benefits for veterans, war widows in Karnataka 6.8.2016 New Kerala: Karnataka
Madikeri (Karnataka), Aug 6 : Terming the hilly Kodagu region in south Karnataka a land of brave warriors, Chief of Army Staff General Dalbir Singh on Saturday announced a slew of benefits for veterans and war widows including dedicated hospitals and health scheme.
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Army Chief announces slew of benefits for veterans, war widows in Karnataka 6.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Terming the hilly Kodagu region in south Karnataka a land of brave warriors, Chief of Army Staff General Dalbir Singh on Saturday announced a slew of benefits for veterans and war widows including dedicated hospitals and health scheme.
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Army Chief holds veterans rally in Karnataka 6.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Indian Army chief Gen. Dalbir Singh held a mega rally on Saturday at Karnataka's Madikeri and felicitated some veteran warriors and war widows living in the Kodagu region.
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Army Chief holds veterans rally in Karnataka 6.8.2016 New Kerala: India News
Madikeri (Karnataka), Aug 6 : Indian Army chief Gen. Dalbir Singh held a mega rally on Saturday at Karnataka's Madikeri and felicitated some veteran warriors and war widows living in the Kodagu region.
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‘Extend benefits to workers in the unorganised sector’ 6.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Extend benefits to workers in the unorganised sector’
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80-year-old ex-MLA says 9-year-old son died of cancer, fakes med bills 6.8.2016 newindianexpress.com
Secretariat officials scoured the birth registry, but couldn’t find the name of Aditya, the child he had claimed as his.
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Army chief to flag off veterans rally in Karnataka 5.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The Indian Army chief, General Dalbir Singh, will on Saturday flag off a mega rally at Madikeri for the benefit of veterans and war widows living in Karnataka's Kodagu region.
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