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On Monday, Congress leaders in Bengaluru and Delhi decided to go full throttle to stop the disgruntled legislators from leaving the party.
Karnataka is likely to bring down the State VAT on petroleum products from Monday that will give relief to users between Rs 2 to 3 per liter on prevailing prices in the State.
Installation of CCTVs at all schools across the states was made compulsory in the year 2017 following increasing incidents of sexual harassment and child abuse on school children.
Jyotishi said as per current records, there are 8 lakh assessees (3.4 lakh Central government monitored and the rest by the state).
After 18 years of its implementation, the state government is contemplating to shut down the Central government-sponsored Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) due to shortage of funds.
Kabaka told Express that the government had recently submitted a report to KSHRC on its programmes being implemented exclusively for the welfare of endosulfan victims in three coastal districts
The issue was discussed at a recent meeting where officials from transport and finance departments and additional chief secretaries were present.
He also urged Rahul to give a go-ahead at the earliest for cabinet expansion and appointment of heads for boards and corporations as part of the measures to quell dissidence within Congress.
Here on, in order to claim reimbursement, state government officers will have to submit certified copy of the bills for hot beverages served to their departments.
The excise tax on Sake will be reduced significantly as it was earlier categorised as liquor.
CM Kumaraswamy said the the government will extend every possible support
The school, with 280 students, has classes from first to seventh standard and is known as one of the best in the rural Gokak region.
A defence official from Delhi told The New Indian Express that the visit was done in the background of reports that the land was unsuitable and not fit for defence use.
Kasturirangan advised all universities to offer liberal arts in under-graduate programmes and focus on language, arts, sports and music.
While K280cr is required to implement scheme, Collegiate Education dept has only K90 crore