Date: August 4th, 2017

ED may take over DKS case
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ED may take over DKS case

Bengaluru/Mysuru: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is set to take over the investigation into the assets owned by Karnataka Energy Minister D. K. Shivakumar (DKS). The probe will be taken over after the Income Tax (I-T) Department completes its ongoing raids on the houses and other properties of the Minister. Today, the raid continued for the…

More trouble for DKS as whistleblower lodges complaint with ED
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More trouble for DKS as whistleblower lodges complaint with ED

Bengaluru: A petition was filed yesterday before the Director, Enforcement Directorate (ED), New Delhi and Joint Director, Bengaluru by Guruprasad, a resident of Bidadi in Ramanagaram district, seeking investigation into the alleged money laundering by Energy Minister D.K. Shivakumar (DKS) and his associates. Guruprasad has named five associates of Shivakumar – his astrologer Dwarkanath, who…

State fumes over use of CRPF for IT raid
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State fumes over use of CRPF for IT raid

Bengaluru: The Karnataka Government has slammed the Centre for the use of Central forces while conducting Income Tax (IT) search and seizure operations on the premises linked to Energy Minister D.K. Shivakumar. The State said the deployment of Central armed forces in operational attire for a civilian operation sends a wrong impression about the necessity…

CM Siddharamaiah behind IT raids, says D.K. Shivakumar’s mother
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CM Siddharamaiah behind IT raids, says D.K. Shivakumar’s mother

Bengaluru: While Congress activists are burning effigies of BJP leaders Narendra Modi and Amit Shah in the backdrop of Income Tax raids on Karnataka Energy Minister D.K. Shivakumar, the Congress strongman’s mother Gowramma thinks Chief Minister Siddharamaiah is the man behind the raids. “Siddharamaiah has always been sharpening the knife against my son. He could…

DC seeks Dasara special flights between Bengaluru and Mysuru
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DC seeks Dasara special flights between Bengaluru and Mysuru

Mysuru: Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep has written to the Secretary, Tourism Department, to resume ‘Akash Ambari’ special flights between Bengaluru and Mysuru, this Dasara. In his letter, Randeep, who is also the Chairman of Aerodrome Committee, has said that a large number of foreign nationals visit Mysuru during Dasara and the non-availability of air services…

Meet Bheema, who will one day carry Golden Howdah
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Meet Bheema, who will one day carry Golden Howdah

By M.T. Yogesh Kumar Among the elephants that will participate in Dasara-2017 is Bheema. According to Forest Department officials, Bheema is a promising Tusker and will one day carry the 750-kg Golden Howdah (Ambari) on the Vijayadashami Day procession. At present, this privilege is being enjoyed by Arjuna. Bheema has all the physical features of…

Roadside amenities: Just another illusion?
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Roadside amenities: Just another illusion?

By Dr.K. Javeed Nayeem Our Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has announced that the government will soon set up wayside amenities at every fifty kilometres on all our National Highways. Considering the fact that we have only been hearing such announcements from successive governments since time immemorial without their implementation, the question that naturally…

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