Date: April 15th, 2017

Siddu meets Rahul
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Siddu meets Rahul

New Delhi – After steering Congress party to victory in the recently held Nanjangud and Gundlupet by-elections, Chief Minister Siddharamaiah met party Vice-President Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi this morning and sought permission to fill up two vacancies in his Council of  Ministers and three vacancies in the Legislative Council. CM Siddharamaiah, who arrived in New…

Teen falls from school roof; sustains head injuries
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Teen falls from school roof; sustains head injuries

Mysuru– A 13-year-old boy sustained grievous head injuries when he fell from the terrace of a school at Paduvarahalli this morning. The boy has been identified as Arun, son of Kumar, a resident of 3rd Cross, Paduvarahalli. Arun, a 7th Standard student of Government Higher Primary School, Paduvarahalli, was playing cricket along with his friends…

BJP High Command to seek explanation from State leaders
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BJP High Command to seek explanation from State leaders

Bengaluru – Bharatiya Janata Party’s failure to win both Nanjangud and Gundlupet Assembly by-elections has upset the BJP high command and it is seeking explanation from State leadership. BJP State President B.S. Yeddyurappa has already left for Bhubaneswar in Odisha where the two-day BJP National Executive is being held from Apr. 15 (today) and he…

JD(S) begins preparations for 2018 Assembly polls
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JD(S) begins preparations for 2018 Assembly polls

Bengaluru – The JD(S) has decided to hold meetings with Party Legislators, District leaders and other prominent leaders at ‘J.P. Bhavan,’ the Party Headquarters, till the end of this month. As part of its ‘Connect with the people programme,’ JD(S) State President H.D. Kumaraswamy held a meeting with leaders of 5 Assembly segments of Bengaluru…

I will not leave Congress: Ambarish
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I will not leave Congress: Ambarish

Mandya – Asserting that he would not leave the Congress, former Minister and MLA Ambarish has said that he could not campaign for the Party candidates in the Nanjangud and Gundlupet by-polls for health reasons. Speaking to press persons here yesterday, Ambarish, while admitting that several BJP leaders had met him with an invitation to…

Minister fires MySugar boiler to re-start Power Unit
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Minister fires MySugar boiler to re-start Power Unit

Mandya – Housing and Mandya District In-charge Minister M. Krishnappa on Friday fired the boiler to re-start MySugar Power Generation Unit, which was shut down for over two years. Speaking on the occasion, Krishnappa said that the modernisation of ‘A’ Mill of the century-old iconic factory and the repair of boiler of Co-generation unit have…

Chinnara Mela: A Summer Retreat
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Chinnara Mela: A Summer Retreat

By S.N. Venkatnag Sobers Come April, Rangayana premises is a beehive of activities as children take part in the annual Chinnara Mela and enjoy their summer holidays by indulging in creative arts taught to them by resource persons at the renowned theatre repertory. This season, the summer sun is soaring up with the highest of…

Women can retain their maiden names in passports: Modi
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Women can retain their maiden names in passports: Modi

Mumbai – Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that women are free to retain their maiden names in their passports now after the marriage. Stating that he wanted women to be at the centre of the developmental schemes, Modi said his govt. is working in different ways to empower them through various schemes like ‘Mudra’…

Bengaluru Police find Rs. 15 crore old notes in Bomb Naga’s house
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Bengaluru Police find Rs. 15 crore old notes in Bomb Naga’s house

Bengaluru – The Bengaluru Police raided the house of former rowdy-sheeter and ex-Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike Corporator, V. Nagaraj alias Bomb Naga in the wee hours of yesterday and found demonetised notes worth Rs. 15 crore in his possession. According to Hennur Police Inspector Srinivas, a man named Umesh had filed a complaint that Bomb…

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