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No poor should be excluded from subsidies due to Aadhaar: R Chandrasekhar 20.1.2018 All Economy & Policy Stories
Rajeev Chandrasekhar tells about representing Bengaluru, his views on Aadhaar, and issues that could dominate the assembly elections in Karnataka
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Improved Indo-US ties not property of one person, or party in either country: Consul 19.1.2018 All News-IANS Stories
The improved Indo-US relationship goes back many years and has seen multiple heads of state from different parties in both countries and the shared bond is no longer the property of one person, or party on either side, US Consul General for Mumbai Edgard Kagan said on Friday.
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Goa invokes ESMA, prohibits proposed taxi strike tomorrow 18.1.2018 General News
The Goa government today invoked the Goa Essential Services Maintenance Act against taxi operators who have decided on go on strike tomorrow. "The Government of Goa in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by sub section (1) of Section 3 of the Goa Essential Services Maintenance Act, 1988 (Goa Act 20 of 1989) and being satisfied that in the public interest it is necessary, has prohibited strike in any form in all transport services for the carriage of passengers or goods by land or water in the state of Goa with immediate effect," read the notification issued by the government today. However, taxi operators said that they would go ahead with the strike as they had given a notice to the government a fortnight ago, as mandated by provisions of ESMA. "We had informed the state government in advance. There is no way that we would be withdrawing our strike. It would be peaceful," Vinayak Nanoskar, General Secretary of the North Goa Taxi Owners Association, said. Unions ...
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Mahadayi won’t matter, says BJP 17.1.2018 Hindu: News
‘It won’t affect Karnataka poll chances’
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Kannada organisations support bandh on Jan 25 17.1.2018 deccanherald.com

Kannada organisations on Wednesday extended their support to the Karnataka bandh called on January 25, demanding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi intervene to find a solution to the Mahadayi issue.

Speaking to reporters, Vatal Nagaraj of Kannada Okkuta said all Kannada organisations, the Kannada filmdom, hotel owners and educational institutions should support the bundh. Goa Irrigation Minister Vinod Palyekar should apologise for his derogatory comments against Kannadigas, he added.

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Goa taxis to be on strike on Jan 19, govt calls move illegal 17.1.2018 General News
Taxi operators in Goa will observe a strike on January 19 with unions claiming it has been called to protest the installation of speed governors in their vehicles as well as harassment by police and transport authorities. "Taxi operations at the airport, railway stations, bus stations and tourist spots would be severely affected. Not a single taxi will ply on January 19," said Vinayak Nanoskar, General Secretary, North Goa Tourist Taxi Owners Association. He added that taxi operators are not willing to install speed governors in their vehicles and alleged that a lobby within the state government is insisting on these governors at the behest of the company supplying it. Meanwhile Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has warned of stern action, including suspension of licences, against those resorting to violence during the strike. Transport minister Sudin Dhavalikar said the strike call by the taxi operators was illegal as the unions had not given the government a proper ..
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‘Dispute isn’t between people of Goa and Karnataka’ 16.1.2018 Hindu: National
Member of the Mahadayi Bachav Abhiyan Nandkumar Kamat on Tuesday urged Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar to issue a clear warning and educate all his Cabinet colleagues to exercise maximum restraint in...
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Goa’s challenge on water diversion misleading, contradictory: M.B. Patil 16.1.2018 Hindu: National
‘In the past, water has been shared with Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra from Krishna basin by KWDT’
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Former Goa CM wants river water privatised, exported 16.1.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Even as Goa and Karnataka slug it out over the disputed waters of the Mhadei/Mandovi river water, former Goa Chief Minister Ravi Naik has suggested a 'unique' idea to tap the excess river water flowing into the Arabian Sea.
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Karnataka paid to witness to appear before tribunal: Goa 16.1.2018 General News
Goa Water Resources Minister Vinod Palyekar today accused Karnataka of "paying" money to a witness to appear before a tribunal, which was looking into the dispute over the sharing of the Mahadayi river water between the two states. Karnataka and Goa, the riparian states of the Mahadayi (known as Mandovi in Goa), have been locked in a bitter battle over the sharing of the water of the river, which originates in Belagavi in Karnataka. The matter is pending before the Mahadayi Water Dispute Tribunal. In a series of tweets, Palyekar, who has been engaged in a war of words with the Congress government in Karnataka, made fresh accusations against the neighbouring state. "Goa never paid for its witnesses. Our witnesses worked keeping in mind #GoemGoenkarGoemkarponn (interest of the state) in #Mahadayi matter (sic)," one of his tweets read. "Unlike Karnataka witness A K Gosain who had confessed in tribunal that he was paid 50k per day by Karnataka for being the witness and 5 ...
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Mahadayi: Goa panel to monitor possible violation of SC orders 16.1.2018 General News
Ahead of final arguments before the Mahadayi Water Dispute Tribunal in February, the Goa government today constituted a committee to inspect possible violation of Supreme Court's directions by Karnataka. Goa Water Resources Minister Vinod Palyekar set up the four-member committee to monitor, on weekly basis, possible violation of SC directives at Kankumbi village in Karnataka with resumption of the construction of a canal there. Goa, Karnataka and Maharashtra are locked in a dispute over sharing of the waters of the Mahadayi. The tribunal will hear final arguments in the first week of February. Palyekar told reporters here that he has constituted a four-member committee to visit the disputed site on the Mahadayi at Kankumbi, and asked for weekly reports. "The committee will bring to the government's notice if any activity is happening there," Palyekar said. Goa and Karnataka are caught up in a fresh row after Goa claimed the latter has resumed the work on a canal at ...
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Modi is owner of ‘BJP drama company’, says Ramalinga Reddy 16.1.2018 Hindu: News
Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy on Tuesday said the Bharatiya Janata Party was like a “drama company.”Speaking to reporters at Chickballapur on the sidelines of a programme to launch logo of decennial a...
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Karnataka paid to witness to appear before tribunal: Goa Min Vinod Palyekar 16.1.2018 deccanherald.com
Goa Water Resources Minister Vinod Palyekar today accused Karnataka of "paying" money to a witness to appear before a tribunal, which was looking into the dispute over the sharing of the Mahadayi river water between the two states. Karnataka and Goa, the riparian states of the Mahadayi (known as Mandovi in Goa), have been locked in a bitter battle over the sharing of the water of the river, which originates in Belagavi in Karnataka. The matter is pending before the Mahadayi Water Dispute Tribunal. In a series of tweets, Palyekar, who has been engaged in a war of words with the Congress government in Karnataka, made fresh accusations against the neighbouring state. "Goa never paid for its witnesses. Our witnesses worked keeping in mind #GoemGoenkarGoemkarponn (interest of the state) in #Mahadayi matter (sic)," one of his tweets read. "Unlike Karnataka witness A K Gosain who had confessed in tribunal that he was paid 50k per day by Karnataka for being the witness and 5 lakhs to prepare report (sic)," the ...
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Karnataka's claim for drinking water exposes falsehood: Goa govt 16.1.2018 Deccan Herald - TOP STORIES RSS FEEDS
The Goa government has told a tribunal that the Mahadayi river water demand by neighbouring Karnataka is actually for irrigating its sugarcane crop areas. Notably, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had last week said his state could share the river water with Karnataka for drinking purposes and expressed his willingness for bilateral talks. Senior counsel Atmaram Nadkarni, representing Goa, in his 531-page submission before the Mahadayi Water Dispute Tribunal yesterday, pleaded against allowing the diversion of the Mahadayi river water by the governments of Karnataka and Maharashtra. "The re
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After 'harami' comment, Goa Minister calls Karnataka government 'habitual liars' 16.1.2018 General News
Days after he called Kannadigas "harami" or illegitimate, Goa's Water Resources Minister Vinod Palienkar on Tuesday accused the Karnataka government of being "habitual liars" vis a vis the Mhadei water dispute issue.
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K'taka's claim for drinking water exposes falsehood: Goa govt 16.1.2018 General News
The Goa government has told a tribunal that the Mahadayi river water demand by neighbouring Karnataka is actually for irrigating its sugarcane crop areas. Notably, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had last week said his state could share the river water with Karnataka for drinking purposes and expressed his willingness for bilateral talks. Senior counsel Atmaram Nadkarni, representing Goa, in his 531-page submission before the Mahadayi Water Dispute Tribunal yesterday, pleaded against allowing the diversion of the Mahadayi river water by the governments of Karnataka and Maharashtra. "The requirement of Karnataka in the Malaprabha reservoir as also the drinking water requirement in the twin cities of Hubli and Dharwad is a bogey of completely incorrect statements...," Nadkarni alleged in his submission. "... The whole exercise, proposed by Karnataka, is aimed at sustaining the manifold increase as well as further increasing and encouraging the cultivation of the water-
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Mahadayi River Dispute: Karnataka bribed eyewitnesses, says Goa minister 16.1.2018 General News
Goa Water Minister Vinod Palyekar on Tuesday alleged that witnesses were paid by the Karnataka government in connection with the Mahadayi River Dispute."Karnataka government has given all their witnesses Rs 50,000 per day to stand for them in court. We have never given even a single rupee to our witnesses," Palyekar told ANI.He revealed that he has seen officials of the Karnataka government violating conditions related to the Kalasa-Banduri Nala project site at Kanakumbi in Belagavi."It was an order of Supreme Court that no work will be done there. However, the Karnataka government committed violations there. We are the eye witness of that incident and have photographic evidence, which we will present in court," said Palyekar.Palyekar also appealed to the Karnataka government to refrain from using offensive language against Goa.The Kalasa-Banduri Nala diversion project is being undertaken by Karnataka to improve drinking water supply to the twin cities of Hubballi-Dharwad and the ...
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Mahadayi: Goa files argument challenging water diversion 16.1.2018 Hindu: Karnataka
Goa, on Monday, filed a brief summary of arguments of their senior counsel, Atmaram N.S. Nadkarni, before the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal in New Delhi, challenging the proposed 12 projects by Ka...
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Palyekar stokes fresh controversy, says Karnataka habitual lier 15.1.2018 Deccan Herald - TOP STORIES RSS FEEDS
Goa Water Resources Minister Vinod Palyekar today said neighbouring Karnataka was a "habitual lier" on the Mahadayi river case.Earlier in the day, Karnataka Water Resources Minister M B Patil demanded an apology from Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar over alleged abusive words used by Palyekar against Kannadigas recently."If Karnataka minister feels that Goa and Goans are liars then it is they (Karnataka) who are habitual liars in Mahadayi case and their witnesses are exposed before Mahadayi Water Dispute Tribunal," Palyekar said."Goans don't have a habit of lying. I personally visited the s
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Goa CM should apologise over his Minister's remarks: Karna Min 15.1.2018 General News
Karnataka Water Resources Minister M B Patil today demanded an apology by Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parikkar over alleged abusive words used by his ministerial colleague Vinod Palyekar against Kannadigas. Describing the remarks as 'reprehensible, Patil said Parikkar should tender an apology to the people of Karnataka. Palyekar had reportedly used the abusive words on Jan 13 when he visited a site where Karnataka, according to the Goa government, is constructing a canal on a tributary of inter-state Mahadeyi river, over which the two neighbouring states are locked in a row. He had also reportedly requested the media to 'expunge' his remarks, stating that he uttered them on the spur of the moment. However, Palyekar, who is from the Goa Forward Party, an alliance partner of ruling BJP in Goa, has claimed that he has been misquoted. Patil, who visited the site at Kanakumbi, about 70km from here, today said Karnataka government had not violated any rule or order passed by ...
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