Home buyers alleged that authorities are trying to pass the buck when it comes to solving their issues with builders and promoters.
With the lifting of the night curfew, the weekend saw some brisk business, a welcome relief for restaurateurs and store owners who cheered the move.
He also claimed that Karnataka became the first state in the country to achieve this feat.
KL Manjunath was appointed as an additional judge of the Karnataka High Court in December 2000 and became a permanent judge in October 2001.
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday, after a virtual meeting with his cabinet colleagues, said the State is preparing to take on Tamil Nadu on interstate river disputes.
Health and Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar on Saturday announced that those who had been afflicted with COVID-19 are to be vaccinated only after three months of recovery.
Mithun and Lokesh, two passionate youth from Saligrama have introduced kayaking in the backwaters of the Sita River making it possible for nature lovers to wind through unexplored mangrove forests.
The staff was jittery initially despite undergoing training for a month, as all the data has to be uploaded on the M-stripe app and two of their colleagues have tested positive for COVID.
The fallout of unemployment/underemployment can be devastating on the minds of the youth, more so through a pandemic which plays out as a factor to deliver a cascading impact on the industry.
He has appealed to the state and Union governments to provide interest-free loans and one-time tax waiver to help industries bounce back, which will ultimately improve the state economy, too.
Inaugurating a circle named after former President late Dr APJ Abdul Kalam at Ilkal on January 7, Humanabad allegedly made the derogatory remarks.
Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday said he will hold an all-party meeting in the first week of February to discuss with Opposition leaders the water disputes with Tamil Nadu.
Reddy has predicted that the polls to the BBMP would be held in April, and sarcastically attributed the government's decision to 'Keshavakripa'.
The Karnataka High Court imposed a cost of Rs 50,000 on the father of a minor child for filing a habeas corpus petition, seeking directions to the police to secure the custody of his child.
The trial court had granted bail to L Gururaj from Sullia taluk of Dakshina Kannada district within two days of his arrest.