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Mumbai to Goa in just 6 hours soon: Gadkari 22.9.2016 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai to Goa in just 6 hours soon: Gadkari
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Aptus Value Housing Finance gets Rs 270 crore funding from equity investors 21.9.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Aptus Value Housing Finance gets Rs 270 crore funding from equity investors
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Palike continues with demolition drive in city 21.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Government approves 9 highway projects worth Rs 2,600 cr 20.9.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The central government on Tuesday approved nine highway projects at a cost of Rs 2,600.31 crore, a statement said.
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Government approves 9 highway projects worth Rs 2,600 crore 20.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
The central government approved nine highway projects at a cost of Rs 2,600.31 crore.
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Government approves 9 highway projects worth Rs 2,600 cr 20.9.2016 New Kerala: Business India
Government approves 9 highway projects worth Rs 2,600 cr
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Houses, flats stand in the middle of Doddabommasandra lake 20.9.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Houses, flats stand in the middle of Doddabommasandra lake
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Convention of women achievers 18.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Convention of women achievers
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Land Links Offer to customers 18.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Land Links Offer to customers
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UKP cost shoots up threefold in 4 years 18.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
UKP cost shoots up threefold in 4 years
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Despite KHRC rap, govt lax on rehab of displaced 17.9.2016 deccanherald.com
Despite being pulled up by the Karnataka Human Rights Commission, the state government has done little to rehabilitate and relocate those displaced during the recent demolition drive in the city. The government has also not furnished a compliance report to the commission. Last month, the BBMP razed as many as 141 structures that were encroaching upon stormwater drains in different zones of the city. Based on a complaint that the displaced families were put to hardship, the KHRC had asked Chief Secretary Arvind Jadhav to file a compliance report on why the issue was not handled with sensitivity. It had also asked the government to outline why no prior notice was given to the affected families, and why a feasible package was not devised to provide them temporary rehabilitation and relocation package. KHRC had passed this order on August 11, asking the Chief Secretary's office to furnish the report within three weeks. Yet to file report KHRC registrar P Suryanarayan Gowd told DH that the government is yet ...
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Chickpet likely to face demolition 17.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Bengaluru wastes nearly 50% of the water it gets from Cauvery (Special to IANS) 16.9.2016 All News-IANS Stories
As Karnataka continues its legal battle over the Cauvery, the states capital -- almost entirely dependent on the river -- wastes half the water it receives, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of water-use data.
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What other States have 14.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
What other States have
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What other States have 13.9.2016 Hindu: Cities
The Telangana Government has proposed to include some of the salient features of laws enacted by other States for land acquisition within the purview of the Central Land Acquisition Act 2013. What h...
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Govt plans to relax cap on direct land purchase for public projects 12.9.2016 deccanherald.com
Under pressure to expedite the Yettinahole drinking water project, the Karnataka government is planning to relax the ceiling on direct purchase of land for public purpose. Official sources in the Revenue department said the government is planning to empower district-level direct purchase committees headed by deputy commissioners to purchase up to 700 acres of land directly from the owners for public projects. Currently, the committees are empowered to purchase up to 100 acres. The government recently constituted the committees to ensure that lands are made available for small infrastructure projects without much delay. But, the government is still undecided on whether to relax the ceiling only with respect to Yettinahole project or make it applicable for all public projects. Work on the Rs 12,912-crore Yettinahole project, the foundation for which was laid in March 2014, has come to a grinding halt due to non-availability of land. Acquiring land under the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in ...
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11 children rescued under ‘Operation Muskan’ 12.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
11 children rescued under ‘Operation Muskan’
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TS mulls new legislation for land acquisition 12.9.2016 Hindu: National
The new law, to be within the purview of Land Acquisition Act of 2013, is to speed up land acquisition for public purposes
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Controversy to the fore as demolition drive spares malls in Bengaluru 12.9.2016 Hindu: Karnataka
Which will stand and which will fall? That’s the question anxious house owners in Bengaluru have been grappling with in the wake of a massive drive to remove encroachments on stormwater drains in the...
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Now, focus shifts to roads 9.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Now, focus shifts to roads
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