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State to redraft rules for Land Act 31.1.2015 deccanherald.com
The State government will redraft the rules for the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013, following the Centre promulgating an ordinance bringing in changes to the Act. The State Cabinet, which met on Thursday, decided to refer the rules to the law department for redrafting. Karnataka was one of the first states to notify the draft rules (June 2014) for the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act gazetted by the UPAgovernment that year. Objections had been called for and the final rules were to be notified anytime. The rules stipulated that developers would need the consent of 70 per cent of the landowners in the case of public-private partnership projects and up to 80 per cent of people whose land is acquired for private projects. The rules provided for compensation of four times the market value in rural areas and two times in urban areas. Land acquisition for the Upper ...
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No City for Camels 29.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
As two rescued animals die and three grow frail at Akhila Karnataka Prani Daya Sangha, the shelter feels they should be sent back to their natural habitat in Rajasthan
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State govt. to focus on land acquisition 28.1.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
Claiming that most of the work related to building the infrastructure of major irrigation projects in the State was nearing completion, Minister of Water Resources M.B. Patil has said that the focu...
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‘Funds allotted to State Commission for Safai Karamcharis has lapsed’ 24.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Funds allotted to State Commission for Safai Karamcharis has lapsed’
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‘Funds allotted to State Commission for Safai Karamcharis has lapsed’ 24.1.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
Chairman of the Karnataka State Commission for Safai Karamcharis Narayan has said that Rs. 280 crore released during 2013-14 by the National Safai Karamcharis Commission, for initiating welfare mea...
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Land acquisition ordinance unavoidable: Yeddyurappa 21.1.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
Supporting the Union government’s move to amend the Land Acquisition Act through an ordinance, national vice-president of BJP and the former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa said that the...
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Provide houses for Baina beach residents before eviction: PUCL 21.1.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
Most of the 207 families facing eviction are from Karnataka
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Land Acquisition ordinance unavoidable: Yeddyurappa 20.1.2015 Hindu: Home
Supporting the Union Government’s move to amend the Land Acquisition Act through an Ordinance, national vice president of BJP and former Karnataka chief minister, B. S. Yeddyurappa opined that the...
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‘KRRS opposes amendment to land acquisition Act’ 18.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘KRRS opposes amendment to land acquisition Act’
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Fresh encroachments threaten Chikka Kallasandra lake 18.1.2015 deccanherald.com
The Bengaluru Urban district authorities recently reclaimed four guntas of Chikka Kallasandra lake land at 18th Cross, Padmanabhanagar, by demolishing a few houses with asbestos sheet roof. However, fresh encroachments in the middle of the lake land, which was recovered in a major operation in October 2014 have posed a big challenge for the authorities. According to sources in the Bengaluru Urban district administration, based on the Karnataka High Court direction, the Bengaluru South tahsildar is hearing the cases of the encroachers on a regular basis. Recently, when some of the encroachers could not provide documents to substantiate their claims over the land where they have built their houses, the tahsildar rejected their ownership claims and recommended demolition of the buildings, said the sources. As the encroachers lost the cases before the higher authorities too, they gave up and agreed to vacate the land. Subsequently, the structures were demolished and the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike ...
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‘KRRS opposes amendment to land acquisition Act’ 18.1.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
In opposition to the Union government’s ordinance to amend the land acquisition Act, the Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha (KRRS) has called for a meeting on January 20 to chalk out an action plan to p...
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SPML Infra wins orders worth Rs.334 crore 14.1.2015 Projects Monitor
SPML Infra Ltd has won new orders worth Rs.334 crores from Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation for 24×7 water supply systems in Bellary (Rs.136.41 crore), Raichur (Rs.117.95 crore) and Hospet (Rs.79.5 crore) with a combined population of 8.5 lakh. These projects are part of ADB-funded projects to improve urban services in towns and […]
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'Calculate disability as per earning capacity' 13.1.2015 deccanherald.com
The High Court of Karnataka on Monday directed the State government to calculate the percentage of disability of endosulfan victims based on an individual's earning capacity and not his or her medical assessment. During the hearing of a suo motu petition on rehabilitation of endosulfan victims in Dakshina Kannada, Uttara Kannada and Udupi districts, a division bench comprising Chief Justice DHWaghela and Justice Ram Mohan Reddy sought to know the methodology adopted by the government to calculate the percentage of disability. Amicus curiae Vaishali Hegde submitted that persons suffering from cancer and those who have become visually challenged due to endosulfan had been categorised as persons with less than 25 percent disability and hence were denied stipend. The bench questioned the government counsel on the rationale behind such classification. The amicus curiae said that the government has fixed 1980 as the benchmark year for paying compensation to victims suffering from congenital disorders. ...
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Ranji: Innings win for Karnataka over Jammu and Kashmir 7.1.2015 New Kerala: World News
Hubli, Jan 7 : Karnataka romped to an innings and 30-run victory against Jammu and Kashmir with a day to spare in the Ranji Trophy Group A league fixture, here Wednesday.
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Ranji Wrap: Champions Karnataka brush aside J&K with a day to spare 7.1.2015 FirstPost: Sports

The win, their fourth in a row this season, earned defending champions Karnataka seven points which took their tally to 25 in the eight-team Group.

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Ranji: Innings win for Karnataka over J&K 7.1.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Karnataka romped to an innings and 30-run victory against Jammu and Kashmir with a day to spare in the Ranji Trophy Group A league fixture, here Wednesday.
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Process on for recruitment of 150 police constables: IGP 7.1.2015 Hindu: News
‘260 new police quarters will be built’
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Focus on fielders allrounders should pay off at WC 6.1.2015 Hindustan Times: Views
The 15member final squad chosen on Tuesday for the tournament to be played from February 14 should not generate much debate considering the neat job done by the national ...
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Centre’s move to amend land Act draws flak 3.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Centre’s move to amend land Act draws flak
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Munda and a Muslim face for Shah team 3.1.2015 Telegraph: Nation
Arjun Munda and Nand Kishore Yadav are the possible new general secretaries in BJP president Amit Shah's team of central office-bearers.
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