Not just the business firms, even rented house occupants are emptying their homes from Ballari and moving towards Hosapete, say realtors.
The circular directs all departments to place this condition before the agencies.
Last week, a barber in Bagalkot refused to cut the hair of a Dalit man, while in Mysuru, a barber who cut the hair of a Dalit faced a boycott.
The Karnataka government has given its approval to the Maski Nala irrigation project in Raichur district and to establish MDA.
Most of them are language and commerce lecturers, sources in the teaching fraternity point out.
Siddaramaiah said that both the State and Union governments have failed to provide relief to the flood-hit people of the state, and also handle the pandemic.
"Those wishing to attend offline classes should get written consent from their parents,” Deputy Chief Minister and Higher Education Minister Dr Ashwath Narayan said
The holidays are applicable to state-run private and government schools as per officials from the department.
Karnataka government has not taken any decision regarding reopening of schools amid the coronavirus pandemic.
After a fierce debate for about six hours, the no-confidence motion moved by leader of the opposition Siddaramaiah was defeated by a voice vote.
Belagavi district has the highest number of 14 taluks that have been declared flood affected, while the least is in Chamarajanagara and Mandya with one taluk each.
Officials said that around six or seven paper manufacturers are expected to participate in the bidding process and minimum investment should be more than Rs 1,000 crore.
Bengaluru violence: Karnataka to approach HC for appointment of Claim Commissioner to assess property damage
The state government had last week decided to recover the loss caused to public and private property during the violence in parts of the city on August 11 night, by making rioters pay for it.
Despite large-scale destruction the floods often cause on both sides of the border in Maharashtra and North Karnataka, the state government has failed to find a lasting solution.
COVID-19: Karnataka government to send two doctors to SAI campus to monitor health of hockey players
All five players, who tested positive for COVID-19, only have mild symptoms so it is likely that they will be treated without going to a hospital.