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Working for the uplift of a backward district 28.7.2017 Hindu: National
As Chief Minister and MP, N. Dharam Singh helped the backward district of Bidar in various ways. The biggest of them was the splitting of two agricultural universities in Dharwad and Bengaluru and the...
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A monumental joint effort 28.7.2017 Hindu: National
With the demise of the former Chief Minister N. Dharam Singh at a private hospital in Bengaluru on Thursday, M. Mallikarjun Kharge, Congress Leader in the Lok Sabha, lost his long-time friend. Both th...
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The Ajata Shatru’s last rites to be held at his native village Nelogi 28.7.2017 Hindu: National
People from Jewargi say they want the rituals to be held at the place of his birth
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Man killed by elephant Sundar, says BBP; Peta suspects foul play 27.7.2017 deccanherald.com
Officials of Bannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) are now worried about what to do with Sundar, the bull elephant which attacked and killed a man on July 25 (Tuesday). Abhilash, a Bengalurean, had trespassed inside the forest on Tuesday evening. He was trampled to death by the tusker when he went close to its kraal. Sundar has been staying in the kraal since 2014, when he was brought to BBP by People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta). His kraal is near BBP's elephant enclosure in Seegakatte. The park management and mahouts in BBP say the tusker's temper is unpredictable. Since he was in captivity for a very long time, he is wary of the presence of strangers. "Abhilash may have gone too close to the animal and Sundar, in fright, could have attacked him. No one is allowed to go close to the elephants, especially those in kraals," BBP executive director Santosh Kumar told DH. Kumar said they have learnt from other mahouts that Abhilash used to frequent BBP, where the elephants are housed. This area is ...
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Baldwin Girls school staff stage protest, seek principal's resignation 27.7.2017 deccanherald.com
The staff of Baldwin Girls School protested on Thursday in front of the institute's chairman, Bishop N L Karkare's residence, demanding the resignation of the school's principal. The protest was triggered by an incident on Wednesday in which a teacher collapsed in the principal's office of after a stroke. "Some teachers were called to the principal's office and she was demanding an explanation why they had not stayed back in school on Saturday to complete data entry work. She made them stand for a long time and this teacher, who has health issues, collapsed. She is in the ICU now because she had a minor stroke," one teacher explained. The incident has stoked the growing anger of the staff against the principal, who has taken over the post only two months ago. "For the past two months, we are being asked to stay back to complete data entry work. We have been teaching in the school for several years but we have never had to do any such clerical work. It is usually outsourced to a company. Now, we are ...
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Counselling for medical, dental put off to tomorrow 27.7.2017 Deccan Herald - State
To comply with the High Court order to allow Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs) to apply for institution seats, the Medical Education department has postponed counselling for medical and dental seats to Saturday. The final allotment for the first round was to be announced on Wednesday. The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has revised the schedule and students can now enter options till 7 pm on July 28. Document verification for OCI candidates will be held from 9 am to 2 pm on July 28. Only OCI and Person of Indian Origin (PIO) candidates are allowed to take part in the verification. Students can submit the required documents in person or by email to keauthority-ka@nic.in. The result of the first round of allotment will be published after 10 am on July 29. Extended round rescheduled As a result of the postponement of the first round of allotment for medical and dental seats, the second extended round of CET has been postponed. This has been done to ensure that seats which have been blocked in ...
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Seeking legal opinion on denotifying highways: Centre tells High Court 27.7.2017 Deccan Herald - State
The Union government on Thursday informed the High Court of Karnataka that it has forwarded the state government's request of denotifying national highways that fall within the city limits to the Ministry of Law and Justice to seek legal opinion in the matter. Assistant Solicitor General Prabhulinga K Navadgi, filing a memo, has also sought details from the state government about the number of roads where bypasses have been constructed and if national highway standards have been maintained. Further, it has said that the state government, which is proposing to denotify the roads, has to maintain the roads according to national highway standards even if no bypass is constructed. Justice Vineet Kothari was hearing a batch of petitions filed by liquor licence holders who had moved the court following the Excise department's refusal to renew their licences following the Supreme Court order. The Apex Court, in its order on December, 2016 had prohibited the functioning of liquor outlets on highways and directed ...
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Major roads to be spruced up by Dasara 27.7.2017 Hindu: Home
Chief Minister promises ₹15 crore in the first phase to beautify city
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'Mysuru must not become a dead city like B'luru' 27.7.2017 deccanherald.com
Environment scientist and Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru professor TVRamachandra has said that Bengaluru has turned into a 'dead city' and Mysuru should not go the Bengaluru way. Ramachandra delivered a lecture on 'Unplanned Urbanisation with Fragmented Governance and Poor Environment Health-Nexus' as part of an international conference on 'Environment, Health and Policy Nexus' at JSSUniversity here on Thursday. Ramachandra said that, "Chief Minister Siddaramaiah says Bengaluru is a dynamic city but it has turned into a dead city due to unplanned urbanisation. Due to urbanisation, a majority of the lakes have dried up and a few are filled with sewage water. In the last four decades, Bengaluru city has witnessed increased concretisation and 88%of the trees have been lost. The city has lost 78%of the lakes. If the situation continues, it will be difficult to survive in the city," he said. In recent years, even Mysuru has been witnessing similar development and it should not happen, he ...
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Sasikala has denied receiving special treatment in Bengaluru prison, AIADMK-Amma mouthpiece says 27.7.2017 TOI: Chennai
AIADMK (Amma) general secretary V K Sasikala has refuted the charges that she was given special treatment in Parappana Agrahara Central Prison in Bengaluru.
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Former Karnataka CM Dharam Singh passes away 27.7.2017 deccanherald.com
Former Karnataka Chief Minister N Dharam Singh died of a massive heart attack at a private hospital here today, doctors said. Eighty-year-old Singh, ailing for the last few months, fainted at his home and was rushed to M S Ramaiah hospital where doctors declared him dead about 40 minutes later. Singh headed the Congress-JD(S) coalition government from 2004 to 2006. A nine-time MLA and a former Member of Parliament, he had also headed the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee. "He was sweating profusely (when he was brought to the hospital). Cardiologists attended to him but he was not responding and declared dead around 11.30 am," Dr.V R Anil Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, told PTI. He is survived by wife, two sons and a daughter. The veteran Congressman had served in the ministries of D Devaraj Urs, R Gundu Rao, Veerappa Moily and S M Krishna holding key portfolios, including Home and Public Works ...
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Now, a biopic on 'whistler blower cop D Roopa' 27.7.2017 TOI: India
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Former Karnataka chief minister N Dharam Singh dies 27.7.2017 TOI: India
Former Karnataka chief minister N Dharam Singh died of a heart attack at a private hospital in Bengaluru on Thursday. Singh, 80, is survived by his wife and two sons.
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Former Karna CM Dharam Singh passes away 27.7.2017 deccanherald.com
Former Karnataka Chief Minister N Dharam Singh died of a massive heart attack at a private hospital here today, doctors said. Eighty-year-old Singh, ailing for the last few months, fainted at his home and was rushed to M S Ramaiah hospital where doctors declared him dead about 40 minutes later. Singh headed the Congress-JD(S) coalition government from 2004 to 2006. A nine-time MLA and a former Member of Parliament, he had also headed the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee. "He was sweating profusely (when he was brought to the hospital). Cardiologists attended to him but he was not responding and declared dead around 11.30 am," Dr.V R Anil Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, told PTI. He is survived by wife, two sons and a daughter. The veteran Congressman had served in the ministries of D Devaraj Urs, R Gundu Rao, Veerappa Moily and S M Krishna holding key portfolios, including Home and Public Works ...
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Former Karnataka CM Dharam Singh passes away 27.7.2017 BusinessLine - News
Former Karnataka Chief Minister N. Dharam Singh died of a massive heart attack at a private hospital here today, doctors said. Eighty-year-old Singh, ailing for the last few months, fainted at his ...
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Former Karnataka CM N Dharam Singh passes away 27.7.2017 Zee News : States
Former chief minister of Karnataka N Dharam Singh breathed his last on Thursday.
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Sasikala jail bribery case: D Roopa served notice 27.7.2017 deccanherald.com
A top police officer, who came out with a controversial report on alleged special treatment in jail to AIADMK (Amma) leader V K Sasikala, was yesterday served a legal notice by transferred Karnataka DGP H N Satyanarayana Rao. "You (D Roopa) are required to get an apology duly published in all leading newspapers in the next three days, failing which, I will be constrained to initiate appropriate legal proceedings both civil and criminal, against you to recover damages from you and the same is quantified as Rs 50 crore tentatively," Rao said in the notice issued to Roopa, a copy of which is with PTI here. Roopa had alleged that Rs 2 crore had exchanged hands to provide special facilities to Sasikala and had dragged Rao into the case, claiming there was a "talk" that he was also a beneficiary. Though she was eased out of the prison department subsequently, she continues to stick to her stand. Rao claimed the allegations have caused severe damage to his name, fame and integrity, apart from causing mental ...
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Sasikala jail bribery case: Top cop who alleged special treatment in jail served legal notice 27.7.2017 Zee News : India National
Roopa had alleged that Rs 2 crore had exchanged hands to provide special facilities to Sasikala and had dragged Rao into the case, claiming there was a "talk" that he was also a beneficiary.
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Sasikala jail perk row: Legal notice sent to DIG Roopa for 'defaming' DG Sathyanarayan Rao 27.7.2017 New Kerala: Karnataka
Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], July 26 : Troubles for former deputy inspector general of police (DIG) (Prisons) Roopa do not cease to end as now a legal notice has been served to her by the lawyer of Director General (Prisons) G. Sathyanarayan Rao.
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Accenture: Accenture sets up big innovation hub - Times of India 27.7.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Accenture: Accenture sets up big innovation hub - Times of India
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