Date: July 11th, 2017

SC stays ban on cow slaughter
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SC stays ban on cow slaughter

New Delhi: The Supreme Court (SC) this morning ordered a nationwide stay on Central Government’s rule that had imposed a blanket prohibition on the slaughtering of cattle brought from animal markets. The SC extended the Madras High Court’s stay order on the issue stating that “livelihood cannot be subjected to uncertainties.” The Centre on May…

Vice-Presidential Poll: Gopalkrishna Gandhi is Opposition candidate
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Vice-Presidential Poll: Gopalkrishna Gandhi is Opposition candidate

New Delhi: Eighteen Opposition parties, including Nitish Kumar of JD(U), Congress, Trinamool and Left parties, met in New Delhi this morning and decided to field former West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi as the Opposition candidate for elections to the post of Vice-President. Gandhi’s name was mooted by Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’ Brien and was…

Enforce Goonda Act against those involved in disrupting peace: CM
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Enforce Goonda Act against those involved in disrupting peace: CM

Bengaluru: Chief Minister Siddharamaiah, who also holds the Home portfolio, directed the Police to invoke stringent law against those involved in creating violence in the coastal region and also book the offenders under the Karnataka Control of Organised Crimes Act (KCOCA) or the Goonda Act. He was speaking at a meeting with top Police Officers…

SC hearing on Cauvery water row: Security beefed up in Mandya
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SC hearing on Cauvery water row: Security beefed up in Mandya

Mandya: Mandya Police headed by SP G. Radhika conducted a flag march on the main thoroughfares of the city this morning to warn the agitators of stringent action in case of disrupting peace and harmony over River Cauvery issue. The Police have also been conducting meetings with the farmer leaders and pro-Kannada organisations at all…

Traffic Cops conduct special drive atop Chamundi Hill
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Traffic Cops conduct special drive atop Chamundi Hill

Mysuru: The Mysuru City Traffic Police, who conducted a special drive on two-wheeler riders for violating traffic rules between 5 pm and 10 pm on July 9, have booked 103 cases against traffic rules violators and have also seized three bikes. The cops have booked 103 cases against two-wheeler riders for triple riding, performing wheelie,…

Colleges’ 8 am time-table to be withdrawn
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Colleges’ 8 am time-table to be withdrawn

Bengaluru: The new time-table that mandated Government First Grade Degree Colleges to start classes at 8 am will be withdrawn by the Higher Education Department. Higher Education Minister Basavaraj Rayareddy told a section of the press that he had asked the Department officials to withdraw the order and ensure that classes are held as scheduled…

Devotees, officials enter into duel over entering forest for temple visit
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Devotees, officials enter into duel over entering forest for temple visit

Gundlupet:  The National Highway 766, which connects Kerala with Karnataka, was blocked for over three hours near Maddur check-post in the taluk, following a duel and clash between the Forest Department officials and devotees of Inuru Marigudi Temple yesterday. A Forest Department official was reportedly injured in the clash. The temple is located in Kalkere…

CFTRI launches Ragi Mudde making machine
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CFTRI launches Ragi Mudde making machine

Mysuru:  Former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda was surprised and overwhelmed to see the humble ragi mudde, introduced by him as an international cuisine when he was the Prime Minister, right in front of him at the food research institute with international reputation. He could not help but immediately roll the mudde into small balls,…

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