Forum president Ansar Ahmed said Mahadayi project should be implemented to meet the long-pending demand of people. If the demands of the Karnataka Rakshana Vedike are not met, the protest will be intensified. The district administration should start sand allocation as thousands of people are troubled as sand is not available for building houses, he said.
“The government has decided to develop lake in 91 acres of government land. Already 87 acres of this land was handed over for graveyard. More than 25 Dalit families are cultivating the remaining 20 acres of land. Each family has about 20-30 cents of land. Efforts are on to grab these small pieces land from the Dalit farmers,”
The Bangalore District Chemists & Druggists Association(BDC&DA) has demanded that the Union government should enhance the GST composition scheme for traders from Rs. 7
A delegation of doctors from private medical associations met Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Thursday to express their concerns over the Private Medical Establishments (Amendment) Bill, 2017.
Mayor G. Padmavathi said that salaries were delayed due to lack of adequate funds.
Pro-Kannada organisations have called for a state-wide bandh on Monday and have demanded loan waivers for its farmers and the Prime Minister's intervention in the Mahadayi river water dispute.
The minister was responding to a query on whether the government planned to allow formation of trade unions in IT sector along the lines of Tamil Nadu and Telangana governments.
Members of the Maratha community staged a silent protest demanding enlisting their community in the 2A category of the OBC list in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office here on Wednesday. Prior to
BENGALURU: Thousands of contract pourakarmikas associated with the city's civic body, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), have launched an indefinite strike demanding regularisation of their jo
"All you ministers visit the temple and return blessed. Now, if you don’t sanction grants you all will be cursed," said the Karnataka Muzrai Minister
Cutting across party lines, members of the Upper House criticised senior IAS officer P Manivannan for threatening to suspend teachers of Morarji Desai residential schools if they go on strike.