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Tejasvi Surya Distributes Guides To Address Students' "Poor Performance" 14.1.2020 NDTV News - Top-stories
BJP MP Tejasvi Surya distributed copies of Sanjeevini guides to address the "poor performance" of students in Secondary School Leaving Certificate or SSLC exam in his constituency Bengaluru South.
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BHP says Westpac chairman Lindsay Maxsted will not stand for re-election on its board 14.1.2020 Reuters: Money News
BHP Group said on Tuesday Lindsay Maxsted will not stand for re-election as a director, months after he brought forward his retirement as chairman of Westpac Banking Corp after a money-laundering scandal rocked the lender.
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BJP set to win 125 to 130 seats; Siddaramaiah may lose both constituencies: BSY 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Agencies, Bengaluru, Sounding confident, BJP’s chief ministerial face B S Yeddyurappa on Sunday claimed that the saffron party will win between 125 and 130 seats in the 224-member Karnataka Assembly and that he will be the next chief minister. Talking to reporters, Mr Yeddyurappa said the JD(S) may win 24 or 25 seats and Congress not more than 70, or even less. ‘’Mr Siddaramaiah will lose both in Badami and Chamundeshwari. Why do you speak of him? Please wait till May 15th afternoon (when the results would be out),’’ he remarked. Elections were held on Saturday only for 222 seats as polling was countermanded and postponed till May 28 in two constituencies. The former Chief Minister dismissed both Congress and Janata Dal (S) having any chance to form the government and insisted that there will be no need for the BJP to seek support of any ‘outside support’ as he was extremely confident that BJP will gain a clear majority. ‘’I am 101 per cent sure BJP is going to form the next government on May 17. I ...
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Siddaramaiah describes Modi's campaign as 'hot air with no substance' 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Bengaluru, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today joined issue with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought a open debate with BJP Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa on the achievements of the Congress government during the last five years. In a tweet, Mr Siddarmaiah said let Mr Modi also be present during the debate.He said that the feverish pitch with which Mr Modi had carried out his campaign for the May 12 Assembly polls in the State only proved that his utterance were only 'hot air with no substance'. 'My contest is with only Mr Yedduirappa and not him' he said adding that Mr Modi was confusing the more than five crore voters of the State with his 'bombastic speeches on non issues'. He said let Mr Yeddyurappa give five reasons why the people should vote for him and he would provide five reasons for why they should not. Karnataka is politically mature and he was confident that the people would bring Congress back to power with a thumping majority. The reasons he quoted were: 1. BJP ran the most ...
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Will the Congress Caste Card counter Modi & Hindutva? 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Bengaluru/Belgaum, In the run up to the high stakes involved in May 12 Karnataka assembly elections, while some observers are bewildered at the greater influence of casteism in a progressive state like Karnataka, many squarely blame Chief Minister Siddaramaiah for strengthening the same. The Congress leaders deny the charge outright but insiders say strategists in the country’s oldest party believe that only caste idiom can effectively fight the pro-Hindutva politics of BJP and “can check” the popularity graph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Experts also say Mr Siddaramaiah’s caste-engineering is likely to hurt BJP’s interest the most. Prof Omkara Kakade of Vijayapura says, “Chief Minister has really hit the BJP where it matters the most – the Lingayat vote share. The Lingayats have always voted toeing the caste line, but the division of Lingayats due to minority caste move will certainly fetch him sizeable Lingayat votes”. “The compulsion of ‘winning’ has made Congress leadership desperate. The ...
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Siddaramaiah corners Kharge & Moily: But will Congress pay price? 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Bengaluru, The first list of 218 candidates announced by Congress has given a shot in the arm to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah as most of his demands were conceded by the party high command while his detractors like Leader of the Congress in Lok Sabha Malikarjun Kharge had little to cheer about. The ticket distribution hardly left another camp led by former Chief Minister M Veerappa Moily also aggrieved as Congress president Rahul Gandhi acceded to Siddaramaiah’s nominations and accommodated lot many turncoats who defected only recently to the Congress. Over 100 of sitting Congress MLAs and Chief Minister's proteges have been renominated and the ticket distribution decided by Central Election Committee headed by Rahul Gandhi also rejected state unit president G Paremshwara’s suggestion of one family – one ticket. Rebellion surfaced across the state including in Siruguppa, Lingsugur, Tarikere, Tipkur, Byadgi and Hangal forcing several Congress leaders in Bengaluru and in districts to wonder whether ...
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In 'favourable' poll season, progeny of Congress netas make beeline for tickets 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Bangalore/New Delhi, In the run up to the crucial polls in Karnataka wherein poll pundits rate. Congress in an 'advantage' stage, the progeny of netas are eyeing party tickets and among those who are likely to be obliged include Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's son Dr Yathindra. In fact, grapevine is once it was made clear that Siddaramaiah will be given "almost a free hand" in chalking out party's poll strategy and also be the 'face' of the party, the Chief Minister had made it clear that his seat Varuna should go to his son and that he would move to Chamundeshwari. Dr Yathindra, who ran a pathology lab, is actually only a reluctant entrant to politics and plunged into it after his elder brother Rakesh Siddaramaiah, the eldest son of Chief Minister, died of multi-organ failure in Belgium in 2016. Among others, Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy is keen to field his daughter Sowmya Reddy from Jayanagar while Public Works Minister HC Mahadevappa wants that his seat T Narsipur goes to his son Sunil Bose. But ...
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"Pak Is A Dead Horse, Even J&K Police Can Defeat Them": Ghulam Nabi Azad 4.1.2020 NDTV News - India-news
Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Saturday said "even Jammu and Kashmir police can defeat Pakistan, which is a dead horse" and accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of repeatedly resorting to...
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GATE 2020 Admit Card Released On Official Website 3.1.2020 NDTV News - Latest
GATE 2020 admit card has been released on the official website. GATE exam is scheduled in February.
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GATE 2020 Admit Card Today 3.1.2020 NDTV News - Latest
GATE 2020 admit cards have been released. Candidates who have registered for the exam can download it from the website.
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NEET PG 2020 hall ticket released at nbe.edu.in; check here for direct link 31.12.2019 Scroll.in
The NEET PG examination is scheduled to be conducted on January 5th, 2020.
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Elections, Kashmir, environment and citizens: 12 stories from the 12 months gone by 31.12.2019 Citizen Matters
As we come to the end of the year, a look at some of the most topical, important and appreciated stories of 2019.
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Karnataka Civil Services Exam 2017 Result Announced 24.12.2019 NDTV News - Latest
The results are available on the official website of Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) at kpsc.kar.nic.in.
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The big news: With Jharkhand defeat, BJP loses fifth state in a year, and nine other top stories 24.12.2019 Scroll.in
Other headlines: Police bullet killed a UP man during last week’s CAA protests, and a German student was told to leave India for attending a demonstration.
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The big news: JMM-Congress alliance beats BJP in Jharkhand elections, and nine other top stories 23.12.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
Other headlines: Thousands protested in Bengaluru and Chennai against the Citizenship Amendment Act, and Jagan Reddy said NRC will not be implemented in Andhra.
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Opinion: CAA Protests See BJP Running Into Trouble With Key Allies 20.12.2019 NDTV News - Latest
As thousands of people gathered at the August KrantiMaidan in Mumbai, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray showed his leadership chops by not just allowing but facilitating the massive rally against the...
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Top news: Nationwide protests planned against Citizenship Act today 19.12.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
The biggest stories of the day.
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Vote Bank Politics Behind Citizenship Law, Says HD Kumaraswamy 18.12.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
Former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Wednesday said the BJP government at the centre was targeting a community for vote bank politics through the National Register of Citizens and the...
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Nifty, Sensex end higher; IT, metal stocks shine 18.12.2019 Reuters: Money News
Indian shares ended higher on Wednesday, after hitting record highs earlier in the session, boosted by metal, auto and information technology stocks.
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Cabinet Expansion Likely After December 20 Or 22: BS Yediyurappa 14.12.2019 NDTV News - Latest
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Friday said the the ministry expansion was likely to take place after December 20 or 22 after discussions with the party high command.
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