Though Khanapur taluk comes under the same parliamentary constituency, Hegde has not made many attempt to get clearance from the Centre to complete the work.
The thefts had been carried out on the tracks between Anegere and Hulkoti Railway stations, which fall on the route between Hosapete and Gadag, police said.
Karnataka forest department is not just using technology to detect and control forest fires, they are also using it to check modification in land use.
A majority of the workers depends on public transport to reach their place of work situated on the outskirts of cities.
More than half the students received their first doze of Covid-19 vaccine and about half the respondents believed that vaccinated students should be given an opporutnity to return back to campus.
The party said the govt, instead of giving Rs 4 lakh as mandated under the NDM Act, has decided to pay only Rs one lakh to BPL families which lost its earning member to Covid.
Speculation has been rife for some time now that a section of the ruling BJP is trying to push for unseating Yediyurappa.
Speaking to The New Indian Express, Arvind Limbavali, Kolar district incharge minister said that all the four plants are being sponsored under CSR.
The State Government has dropped the idea of making the Common Entrance Test scores a criterion for admissions to BSc.
The CM had earlier stated that more relaxations will be introduced if people follow Covid-appropriate behaviour and the case positivity rates drop further.
Since the symptoms of both diseases are similar, influenza vaccination can protect the young, they say
The chronology of events is leading up to the much-anticipated Arun Singh’s visit to take stock of the situation in Karnataka.
Though the 42-year-old daily-wage worker had little for himself, he didn’t flinch for a second when it came to spending his earnings and savings on the poor families in his neighbourhood.
Over the last one-and-a-half months, he had transported more than 100 Covid and non-Covid patients, including many critically ill, across the city.
The mortality rate, however, remained steady at 1.19 per cent in Karnataka with 115 deaths taking the State’s toll to 33,148 fatalities.