On April 9, Syed Issaq, a popular face among the residents of Rajiv Nagar and Shanti Nagar in Mysuru, was in shock when his old library, consisting of over 11,000 books, was reduced to ashes.
The issue of vaccinating health and frontline workers has come foreword after the new variant of Covid-19 'Omicron' is making headlines.
The State Government has directed that all social and cultural events at educational institutions should be postponed for the next two months.
Covid 'Omicron' fears: Karnataka government asks Centre to ban passengers from South Africa, Hong Kong, Botswana
Karnataka CM Bommai said that an increase in Covid cases is being noticed among the paramedical staff and students who arrived from Kerala.
The Karnataka government, through the Department of Planning, Programme Monitoring & Statistics, signed an MoU with the company.
A circular which comes into effect from October 25th onwards says that the passengers from these countries will have to be on home quarantine for seven days and undergo COVID testing on Day 8.
The Karnataka tourism department is keen to poularise it on the lines of Hoganekal falls and even to share its tourism footfall among other places.
Lorry owners have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from October 24 if Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai does not intervene to reduce the price of diesel.
After obtaining everyone's approval, an appropriate decision will be taken, Karnataka chief minister Bommai said.
Speaking at the inauguration of the 67th Wildlife Week, Karnataka Forest Minister Umesh Vishwanath Katti said 'tree cover will be enhanced in private areas by encouraging and incentivizing farmers.'
To claim compensation under Karnataka’s Sandhya Suraksha Scheme, the victim should have been an earning member of the family and above 18 years of age.
The office of the sugar commissioner has already been ordered to relocate to Belagavi and it will start functioning from October 3, said chief minister Basavaraj Bommai.
Kumaraswamy urged the government to announce a special financial package and come to the rescue of poor and weaker sections.
Basavaraj Bommai appreciated the ‘Namma Shale, Nanna Koduge’ (My school, my contribution) app for helping donors contribute to the development of government schools.
Mission smart students: Private e-learning programme gives Karnataka government schools an edge during pandemic
The beneficiaries are aged up to 18 years. Scholarships are given to the top one percent from the economically weaker sections to study till their post-graduation.