Kodihalli Chandrashekhar, president, Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha and Hasiru Sene, said people of Karnataka supported the bandh.
The JDS may well be taking a leaf out of the BJP’s book to win not less than 123 seats in the 2023 Karnataka Assembly elections.
What is it with us! As people we don’t seem to respect nature, culture, heritage and all things important to us.
The R&D sector is the core of industrial growth in the State, the CM said, adding that to unleash the potential further, he has planned to frame a new policy.
Some facing as much as 50% staff crunch; as economy rebounds, state likely to fill vacant posts
With the next Assembly election just about 18 months away, the state Congress is working hard to get its team battle-ready with new office-bearers.
10 districts have CFR below 1pc; vax status in dists with high CFR need to be checked
Once a complaint is registered on a particular premise of an incident, the complainant cannot register another one related to the same incident, the Karnataka High Court has ruled.
The pandemic has devastated the sector that suffered a loss of Rs 25,000 crore and it will take two years to completely recover, he said while speaking at the World Tourism Day celebrations.
Mohana Kumari handed over charge to Grade-2 Tahsildar Bhyraiah on Monday.
Sri Yathishwara Shivacharya Swami (47) of Kuppuru Gadduge Mutt succumbed to Covid-19 on Saturday, District Health OfficerDr M B Nagendrappa said.
The father alleged that the policeman, Shivaraj, raped his daughter when she was alone at home and also impregnated her.
According to Chikkaballapur SP GK Mithun Kumar, two miscreants came on a two-wheeler and lifted a bike parked by the roadside.
Four colleges have come forward to teach B.E Courses in Kannada.
The training will help police officials enhance their skills and to work with more efficiency, said Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.