Date: March 11th, 2017

BJP set to sweep UP after 15 years
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BJP set to sweep UP after 15 years

BJP rides on Modi wave to a massive victory in UP Congress gets another chance to rule Punjab BJP achieves unassailable lead in Uttarakhand Hung Assembly likely in Goa and Manipur Holi arrived two days early for Bharatiya Janata Party as it was set to sweep back to power in Uttar Pradesh this morning after…

Torn answer papers distributed to II PUC students ?
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Torn answer papers distributed to II PUC students ?

Several students who wrote the II PU examinations in city yesterday have complained that they received torn answer papers. This has made them apprehensive that they might face some problems in evaluation. The torn answer papers were distributed at Room No. 2 at the Mathrumandali Women’s PU College centre where Electronics and Computer Science exams…

Telemedicine facility at all PHCs in 6 months: Health Minister
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Telemedicine facility at all PHCs in 6 months: Health Minister

 All Primary Health Centres (PHCs) in the State will get telemedicine facility within six months, according to Health and Family Welfare Minister K.R. Ramesh Kumar. Speaking at the launch of Primary Health Centre Management Information System at Vidhana Soudha, Ramesh Kumar said that the new initiative would facilitate patients at the PHCs to avail the…

Kodagu coffee growers delegation meets H.D. Deve Gowda
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Kodagu coffee growers delegation meets H.D. Deve Gowda

Members of Kodagu District Coffee Growers Federation led by Kodagu District JD(S) President Meriyanda Sanketh Poovaiah met former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda at the latter’s residence in Bengaluru and apprised him of the problems being faced by coffee growers over a long period. Giving a patient hearing to the grievances of the coffee growers,…

Health Dept. permission must for private residential schools
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Health Dept. permission must for private residential schools

Social Welfare Minister Anjaneya has said that the Health Department permission is mandatory for setting up private residential schools in the State. Speaking to press persons here yesterday, Anjaneya said that residential schools must install CCTV cameras in their premises and the new set of rules will come into force from the coming academic year….

Free bus facility for II PUC students
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Free bus facility for II PUC students

The State Government has provided free KSRTC bus services to students appearing for the ongoing Second PUC examinations. Realising that several rural students are facing a lot of difficulty in reaching exam centres on time in rural belts, the Government has ordered immediate implementation of the facility. Students travelling in buses must produce their hall…

BJP’s ‘Swabhimaani Samavesha’ begins
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BJP’s ‘Swabhimaani Samavesha’ begins

Maintaining that the Assembly results of five States is an indicator of Karnataka too becoming a Congress-free State in the next Assembly polls, former Minister and BJP leader V. Sreenivasa Prasad today said that Chief Minister Siddharamaiah himself was working in that direction. Speaking to press persons ahead of taking part in the ‘Swabhimaani Sammilana…

Woman burnt alive by husband, in-laws
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Woman burnt alive by husband, in-laws

In a gory incident, a 24-year-old newly-married woman was burnt to death by her husband and in-laws at Biligere in the taluk yesterday. The deceased has been identified as Rathnamma (24). Rathnamma of Banur village in Mysuru taluk got married to one Ravi, 29, of Biligere just three months ago. But days after her marriage,…

Plans afoot to ensure drinking water atop Chamundi Hill
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Plans afoot to ensure drinking water atop Chamundi Hill

At a time when water is a precious commodity, thanks to the soaring temperatures, gallons of water is being wasted daily atop Chamundi Hill. Some of the devotees are using drinking water to take bath before entering the temple premises. Following reports in a section of media that there is no drinking water facility atop…

India test fires BrahMos successfully
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India test fires BrahMos successfully

India successfully test fired its latest 450-km range version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from the Odisha coast this morning, according to DRDO sources. The move came days after Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) Chief S. Christopher announced its development at the Aero India 2017. This is the first test of the missile…

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