User: ssurekha Topic: Hubballi-Dharwad-News
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Last updated: May 24 2018 24:07 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Hubballi-Dharwad BRTS to be operational by June 15 23.5.2018 Hindu: Home
The project has already missed several deadlines, much to the angst of residents
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Chaos at many mustering centres 12.5.2018 Hindu: Fitness
Several election officials left high and dry without food and water
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PM Modi to address four rallies in Karnataka today 6.5.2018 General News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday will address four rallies in Karnataka ahead of the upcoming state legislative assembly elections.In the last leg of his campaigning for May 12 polls, the Prime Minister will visit Karnataka's Chitradurga, Raichur, JamaKhandi and Hubli area.Apart from this Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief, Amit Shah will also hold multiple rallies in the poll-bound state.He will hold two public meetings and will take part in a road show in Belagavi.In a related note, The Election Commission-appointed surveillance teams have seized suspect cash, jewellery and other inducements worth over Rs 120 crore in the poll-bound state yesterday.Cash amounting to over Rs 67.27 crore, over five lakh litres of liquor worth Rs 23.36 crore, gold valued at 43.17 crore and other items such as pressure cookers, sarees, sewing machines, gutkha, laptops and vehicles, among others, worth about Rs 18.57 crore, was seized.Karnataka goes to polls on May 12 and 2,655 candidates, ...
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No foul play in Rahul flight snag: official 3.5.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
DGCA conducting separate enquiry
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30 NWKRTC bus passengers injured in mishap 30.4.2018 Hindu: Fitness
Over 30 passengers were injured when a NWKRTC bus veered off the road and hit some bushes in Bailhongal taluk on Monday. The driver of the bus going f
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Govt to hold detailed probe into Rahul plane snag incident: Prabhu 27.4.2018 General News
The government today ordered a detailed inquiry into the plane incident involving Congress President Rahul Gandhi and said appropriate action would be taken in case anything was "found wanting". Prime Minister Narendra Modi telephoned Gandhi just before leaving for China yesterday to enquire about his safety after an aircraft with the Congress leader on board developed a snag before landing at the Hubballi airport in poll-bound Karnataka, a senior party leader said. Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu said, "As soon as I heard about this issue, I directed the DGCA to conduct a detailed inquiry and to find out the cause of it. "If there is anything found wanting and whoever is responsible for it, we will take appropriate action,"he said. Aviation regulator DGCA has set up a two-member committee to probe the technical snag in the chartered plane. Congress communications in-charge Randeep Surjewala described the failure of the auto-pilot mode in the aircraft as "horrific" and "serious"
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No complaint from Rahul's pilot about snag: Airport official 27.4.2018 All News-IANS Stories
No complaint has been received from the pilot of an aircraft which reportedly developed a snag when Congress President Rahul Gandhi was flying in it on Thursday, said an airport official here on Friday.
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Rahul's flight scare: DGCA sees problem in autopilot mode 27.4.2018 General News
The civil aviation regulator on Friday said the technical glitch developed in the aircraft carrying Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and his team members was due to a snag of autopilot mode.On Thursday, Rahul Gandhi, along with his four team members, was en route to Hubli in Karnataka in connection with election campaigning when the plane, in which they were flying, shuddered violently throughout the two-hour journey and it landed at the Hubli airport only after two aborted attempts.The incident was reported to Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) by the operator, M/s Ligear Aviation."As per operator report, it was snag of autopilot mode and pilot shifted to manual mode and the aircraft landed safely. Autopilot failure incidents are not uncommon. For any VIP flight DGCA investgates thoroughly. DGCA has set up a two member committee to investigate into the cause of the incident.Report is likely in 2-3 weeks," the DGCA said in a statement.The Congress yesterday filed a complaint with
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1,056 nominations received as process gathers pace " " 23.4.2018 General News
KPCC chief G Parameshwara and senior BJP leader Jagadish Shettar were among the candidates who filed their nominatiions as the process gathered pace with 1,056 nominations being received today alone for the May 12 assembly polls. Parameshwara filed his nomination from Koratagere in" Tumakuru district, Bengaluru Development Minister K J George from Sarvagnanagar in Bengaluru and Shettar from Hubballi-Dharwad Central region. Ministers Anjaneya (Holalakere),U T Khader (Mangaluru), Mahadevappa (T Narasipura), Tanveer (Narasimharaja) and M Krishnappa (Vijayanagar) also filed their papers. Congress sitting MLA N A Harris filed nomination papers from Shanthinagar assembly constituency. Congress announced his name in the last list of candidates. The MLA has been in the dock after his son, the sacked youth Congress leader Mohammed Nalpad Harris, allegedly assaulted a youth in a cafeteria about two months" ago. Nalpad Harris is in jail as he has been denied bail. There were some ...
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Karnataka polls: RSS pracharaks to media pros, BJP's Hindutva exponents 21.4.2018 Latest News
The saffron party's Hindutva exponents have all courted serious controversies with minority-baiting and combustible statements and invited criminal charges. Here's a brief profile of some of them
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Truck that hit Hegde’s convoy registered in the name of BJP worker’s kin 20.4.2018 Hindu: Home
But, he had sold it two months ago
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‘It was just an accident’ 19.4.2018 Hindu: Health
Truck owner clarifies on incident involving Minister Anantkumar Hegde
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Trouble erupts in Cong over denial of tickets for ass'ly polls 16.4.2018 General News
In an angry backlash a day after the ruling Congress announced its candidates for the May 12 assembly polls, supporters of ticket seekers who failed to make it to the list staged protests across Karnataka today with the stir turning violent at several places. The party woke up to an unexpected ugly eruption of discontent as the supporters of many ticket aspirants went berserk damaging Congress offices, blocking national highway and staging demonstration outside the office of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee in Bengaluru. Protests also broke out in Vijayapura, Tumakuru, Dharwad and Chikkamagaluru districts. At Tiptur in Tumakuru district, a man allegedly attempted to immolate himself by pouring kerosene on his body to protest the denial of ticket to his leader K Shadakshari, police said. Before he could take the extreme step, fellow supporters and police intervened and saved him. Supporters observed Tiptur Bandh and blocked the road, the police said. At ...
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Dissidence in BJP takes ugly turn in Molakalmur 14.4.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Slippers, stones thrown at Sriramulu’s vehicle
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Peenya bus terminal is operational again 13.4.2018 deccanherald.com
The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation began its services from Peenya Basaveshwara bus terminal from Thursday. The corporation would operate 60 out of 980 buses to other districts from the terminal. Services to more than 20 districts are currently operated from Kempegowda Bus Station (Majestic). These include Tumakuru, Uttara Kannada, Dakshina Kannada, Bidar, Raichur, Dharwad, Shivamogga, and Davanagere. While 46 buses departed to various districts on Thursday, the KSRTC is planning to move all 980 buses to the Basaveshwara bus terminal over time. Built at a cost of Rs 46 crore, the terminal was inaugurated in 2014. KSRTC immediately shifted several of its services to the new terminal, but passengers suffered due to lack of bus connectivity to the terminal from other parts of the city and were forced to take buses to the Peenya terminal from Majestic. This prompted the then Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy to withdraw services from the terminal. "Now, Namma Metro has solved the connectivity ...
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Violence erupts as Sriramulu begins his campaign 13.4.2018 Deccan Herald - News
The police resorted to lathi charge to control the situation when Molakalmuru MLA S Thippeswamys supporters hurled stones and footwears at MP B Sriramulus car on Friday morning at Nayakanahatti. As the police caned mob, hundreds of them ran helter-skelter. Several BJP workers who had gathered at Thipperudraswamy temple to receive the MP fled to safety. For a while, the temple premises turned into a virtual war zone. Amidst tight security, Ramulu entered the temple and offered puja. Meanwhile, the State BJP president B S Yeddyurappa in Hubli told reporters about the incident that Sriramulu was capable of handling the situation. "He would take a call and handle the situation," Yeddyurappa said. The voice of dissent has intensified ever since the BJP decided to field the MP from Molakalmuru Assembly segment rejecting the ticket to S Thippeswamy, the sitting MLA. A day after the BJP announced its first list, the MLA had marched to Ballari along with his supporters to seek an answer from Sriramulu. They had ...
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Shah holds colourful roadshow 12.4.2018 Deccan Herald - News
Giving the BJPs hunt for votes a colourful look, BJP national President Amit Shahs roadshow held on the main thoroughfares in the market area of the City on Thursday evening included music, dance and folk troupes. In a specially-designed bus, Mr Shahs roadshow began from Moorusaviramutt school ground, and after one hour and 15 minutes, it concluded at Durgadabail, after moving via Dajibanpet, Belgaumgalli, Javalisal, Sarafgatti, Baradangalli, and Radhakrishnagalli. BJP workers raising Modi, Modi slogans, folk troupes, drums, Hagaluvesha and huge dolls added special colour to the road show. Banners, buntings and flags were also displayed. Throughout the route, people standing roadside watched the procession, while flower petals were also showered on the vehicle. Mr Shah waved at the people, and he threw back some garlands to the people. Addressing the gathering at Durgadabail later, Mr Shah predicted a landslide victory for the BJP, and stated that Puducherry would be the only State to be left for the ...
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Shah holds roadshow in Hubbali; Predicts 150 plus win for BJP 12.4.2018 General News
BJP president Amit Shah held a roadshow here in north Karnataka today amid a rousing reception, as he sought support for the party in the May 12 assembly elections. A large number people marched along with Shah who was showered with flowers and welcomed. Addressing the crowd, Shah took a dig at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi's extensive tour of the poll-bound state saying the Siddaramaiah government's days were numbered and predicted a huge win for BJP. On his sixth round of campaign tour, Shah was accompanied by BJP's chief ministerial candidate B S Yeddyurappa, former chief minister Jagadish Shettar and MP Prahlad Joshi and other party functionaries in the event. As his vehicle ambled along the narrow bylanes of Hubbali, pro-BJP slogans rented the air. Party workers painted the route saffron with BPJ flags and festoons. Encouraged by the rousing reception, Shah predicted that the BJP will get 150 seats in the elections. He sought the assistance of his party sympathisers to
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KSRTC shifts 60 services to Peenya 12.4.2018 Hindu: Health
Will operate free shuttle services to Ayyappa temple and the metro station at Jalahalli
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SpiceJet to start Hubli flights from May 14 11.4.2018 Sify Finance
Budget carrier SpiceJet on Wednesday said it will commence operations from Hubli from May 14.
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