User: nsudha Topic: Malnutrition
Category: Karnataka :: Anganwadis
Last updated: Dec 16 2017 16:45 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Nikhil won't enter politics says Kumaraswamy 16.12.2017 deccanherald.com

"By no means will Nikhil enter politics," said Karnataka State JD(S) President H D Kumaraswamy.

Nikhil Kumaraswamy is Kumaraswamys son and the grandson of former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda.

Speaking to reporters after his birthday celebrations, Kumaraswamy categorically denied rumours that his son Nikhil would enter politics.

"Nikhil will however, participate in the partys poll campaign," Kumaraswamy said.

Kumaraswamys clarification puts to rest all conjectures that the former Chief Ministers son would foray into politics during the 2018 polls.

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Tusker kills one more farmer in Chitradurga district 16.12.2017 Deccan Herald - News

The lone tusker that re-entered Karnataka borders near Holalkere in Chitradurga district, on Friday, has trampled one more villager to death.

So far, elephant attacks in Karnataka have resulted in injury or death of seven victims in Thalikatte, Dummi, Bettakadur and surrounding forest areas.

The unfortunate victim of the latest jumbo attack has been identified as Galappa (45). Forest officials who discovered his corpse on Saturday morning have supposed that the incident might have occurred on Friday evening.

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Release of water to Varahi project canals sought 13.12.2017 Hindu: Mangalore
The issue was raised at the monthly Karnataka Development Programme meeting
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Eggs disappear from plates in many anganwadis 27.11.2017 Hindu: National
With the rising market price of eggs, supply has been cut off to people who need them most — pregnant women, lactating mothers and children aged between three and six in several anganwadis in the Stat...
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‘Anganwadis would be key to health databases’ 26.11.2017 Hindu: Hyderabad
They could provide insights into nutrition and health status of children, says official
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Word on the street 24.11.2017 HBL: Home
Over 40,000 farmers storm the Capital to share their horror stories and native wisdom while asking for a basis to survive the travesty that farming has become
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Ground caves in near school 23.11.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Tension gripped a government higher primary school in Hebbal as the soil holding up the building loosened and slipped when BBMP workers dug up the adjoining rajakaluve â€" or giant stormwater drain. Panicked staff at Nammura Sarkari Hiriya Prathamika Patashale, located on the edge of the drain at Manorayanpalaya 3rd Cross, evacuated the 230 students from the building when one of the staff noticed cracks in a classroom and informed the superiors, police said. Parents and residents in the neighbouring buildings converged on the school premises to see the extent of the collapse. Some of them informed television channels, while local representatives also rushed to the spot having learnt about the emergency. The BBMP is raising retaining walls on either side of the drain since they were damaged in the recent heavy rains. "Around three feet of mud caved in when (BBMP workers) dug up the place near the buildings foundation to lay the concrete bed," school headmistress Premila told DH. "This panicked ...
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SWD repair causes cracks in government school building 23.11.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Civic officials say building violates buffer zone rules
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Consumer court orders relief to be paid to defrauded policy holders 16.11.2017 Deccan Herald - District
Consumer Court Chikkamagaluru district has delivered justice to policy holders of LIC, Udupi Region wherein crores of premium amounts were embezzled by its agents. Meanwhile, Chikkamagaluru police headed by SP Annamalai have arrested LIC agent Devaraj and have taken him to judicial custody. Another accused Shobha Rani has obtained anticipatory bail. Speaking to the media, Human Rights Protection Foundation President Dr Ravindranath Shanbhag said around June-July 2016, a few people of Kadur in Chikkamagalur District in Karnataka, who had bought life insurance from LIC, under the Jeevan Madhura Micro Insurance Scheme (MI Scheme) approached Human Rights Protection Foundation, Udupi (HRPF) for assistance in the solution of their problem with the LIC. Thousands of MI policy holders were dropped from the scheme by LIC, purportedly for not paying premium. In most of the lapsed policies, only one or two premium installments were paid to LIC and some claims were also rejected for the same reason. Every policy ...
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Pepper slips further 8.11.2017 BusinessLine - Economy
Spot pepper slipped further on Wednesday on over supply of imported pepper. Indian importers in Karnataka were reported to have brought in pepper from Vietnam paying 54 per cent duty and at "h...
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Interview with Jignesh Mewani 29.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Of the three young men who have galvanised Gujarat, ahead of the Assembly elections there, Dalit lawyer and activist Jignesh Mewani is perhaps the most articulate. In a recent interview in Ahmedabad,...
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Growers retain pepper as prices fall 27.10.2017 HBL: Commodities
Pepper growers in Kerala and Karnataka are holding back their produce following continuous fall in prices, market sources told Business Line. Spot prices fell further as more and more containers of p...
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The tormentor of Jokatte, which borders MRPL, returns 27.10.2017 Hindu: Mangalore
Residents point fingers at the coke and sulphur unit of MRPL as the cause for accumulation of black dust on their premises
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Karnataka: State clears policy for transgenders to live a normal life 26.10.2017 DNA: Popular News
The Karnataka cabinet on Thursday cleared the State Policy for Transgenders, 2017, aimed at bringing the community into the mainstream society and providing its members with a secured life. The policy had been drafted in compliance with a Supreme Court order, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister T B Jayachandra told reporters here after a cabinet meeting. "They face insecurity, discrimination, insults, anxiety, suicidal tendencies. Therefore, this policy aims at bringing them into the mainstream of the society and provide them with a secured life," he said. The different categories of transgenders mentioned in the policy include "jogappa, jijra, female to male, male to female, inter-sex, kothis, jogtas, shivashakti and aravanis". The policy aims to create awareness about the transgender community in all the educational institutions of the state, reach out to the family members through anganwadi workers to sensitise them about trans-children, bring into place a monitoring committee or cell at the ...
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KRRS plans ZP gherao in Kolar 20.10.2017 Hindu: National
The Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha announced on Friday that its activists will lay siege to the zilla panchayat office on October 27 demanding repair of school buildings and tank bunds which were damag...
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Contractors' Association threatens protest 6.10.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Karnataka State Contractors Association has threatened to stage protest against the State government if they did not set right anomalies while awarding contracts.

"The goverment should cancel package tenders besides making payment within 30 days after the work is done," demanded the Association President V Krishnareddy. He told reporters that contractors who lacked certain machinery and tools were disqualified from attending bidding.

" The government should ensure healthy competition by directing KIRDL, Land Army and Nirmithi Kendras to participate in bidding," he demanded.

He said that contractors from Karnataka should be preferred to their counterparts from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
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Sasikala gets 5-day parole to visit her sick husband 6.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Estranged AIADMK leader V K Sasikala, convicted in a disproportionate assets case, today got 5-day parole for visiting her ailing husband.

She was lodged in Parappana Agrahara jail in Bengaluru. Her husband M Natarajan is suffering from liver disease.

She applied for 15 days parole but high court provided 5 days.

Sasikalas relative TTV Dhinakaran is outside the prison to receive her.

Details are awaited.
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BJP seeks Khader's resignation 5.10.2017 deccanherald.com
The BJP on Thursday demanded the resignation of Food and Civil Supplies Minister U T Khader in connection with the killing of BJP worker Mohammed Zubair in Ullal on October 4.

BJP spokespersons G Madhusudhan and Anwar Manippady alleged that Zubair was killed by the associates of a Youth Congress worker named Ilyas who is said to be Khader's aide.

"Footage from a mosque shows the murder. Passersby can be heard saying Ilyas's aides are involved in the killing," Manipadi said.

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DKS appears before I-T officials 5.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Energy Minister D K Shivakumar on Thursday appeared before the Income Tax officials in connection with the ongoing investigation.

The I-T sleuths had conducted searches and seizure from houses and business establishments linked to Shivakumar between August 2 and 5 this year.

After appearing before the taxmen, Shivakumar said,

"They asked me to submit certain documents. I have submitted those documents.'
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‘Infrastructure too poor to implement scheme’ 3.10.2017 Hindu: News
Unless the State government addresses space constraint in anganwadis and makes proper arrangement for providing food, anganwadi workers and helpers cannot implement the Matru Poorna scheme in Dakshin...
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