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Notice to Karnataka Government Over BBMP Scam

The High Court on Tuesday issued notice to the State government in connection with a petition seeking directions to hand over the investigations into the muti-crore scam and irregularities in the BBMP in construction of a rain water harvesting project, to CBI.

Published: 18th June 2014 08:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th June 2014 08:08 AM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The High Court on Tuesday issued notice to the State government in connection with a petition seeking directions to hand over the investigations into the muti-crore scam and irregularities in the BBMP in construction of a rain water harvesting project, to CBI.

A division bench comprising Justice K L Manjunath and Justice Ravi Malimath issued the notice to Chief Secretary and Secretary to Urban Development Department and directed them to file objections. The court was hearing a petition filed by former mayor P R Ramesh.

College Challenges RGUHS Decision

Sri Jagadguru Murugharajendra Dental College on Tuesday filed a petition challenging the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences’ (RGUHS) rejection of admissions of 14 students to the college. The students were admitted without them taking any entrance test.

The petitioner maintained that after the admissions under CET and COMED-K were completed, 22 seats remained and there were 14 applications for this. The 14 students were given admissions based on their PUC scores, but RGUHS did not ratify it. The case may come up for hearing on Wednesday.

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