Tag: Dr. G. Parameshwara

Salary of Policemen on par with Revenue Inspectors
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Salary of Policemen on par with Revenue Inspectors

Bengaluru: Deputy Chief Minister Dr. G. Parameshwara, who is also the Home Minister, has assured that salaries of Police Constables will be increased to match the salaries of Revenue Inspectors. Speaking to media persons after chairing a progress review meeting with senior officials of Home Department at the office of City Police Commissioner here recently,…

16 Mobile Health Clinics rolled out for tribal people
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16 Mobile Health Clinics rolled out for tribal people

Bengaluru:  The Karnataka Government yesterday rolled out 16 Mobile Health Clinics to provide medical services at the doorsteps of tribals dwelling in forest areas. These 16 mobile clinics cost Rs.50 lakh each and will cater to forest-dwelling persons from Jenu Kurubas, Koragas and other tribes,” an official statement said. An initiative of the Social Welfare…

Karnataka Govt. presents Rs. 33 lakh  award to Ashwini Ponnappa
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Karnataka Govt. presents Rs. 33 lakh award to Ashwini Ponnappa

Bengaluru: The State government on Thursday felicitated badminton champion Ashwini Ponnappa and presented a cheque for Rs. 33 lakh to her. Ashwini Ponnappa, who is from Bengaluru, won the bronze medal in the mixed doubles and a bronze medal in the women’s doubles badminton at the Commonwealth Games held at Gold Coast, Australia, in April…

25 Ministers Sworn-in: 15 from Congress, 10 from JD(S)
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25 Ministers Sworn-in: 15 from Congress, 10 from JD(S)

JD(S) Ministers: H.D. Revanna, G.T. Devegowda, Bandeppa Kashampur, C.S. Puttaraju, D.C. Thammanna, Venkatrao Nadagowda, S.R. Srinivas, M.C. Managuli and Sa.Ra. Mahesh. N. Mahesh of the BSP, the alliance partner of JD(S) was also inducted into the Ministry. Congress Ministers: D.K. Shivakumar, R.V. Deshpande, K.J. George, Krishna Bhyregowda, Rajashekar Basavaraj Patil, Shivananda Patil, Priyank Kharge, U.T….

Congress debacle: KPCC Chief blames DCC Presidents
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Congress debacle: KPCC Chief blames DCC Presidents

Bengaluru: KPCC President Dr. G. Parameshwara has expressed dismay over the party not retaining power in Karnataka after May 12 Assembly elections despite providing a stable and people-friendly government for five years since 2013 and said the cadre at district level should have performed better. Speaking to reporters in Bengaluru yesterday, he said that the…

HDK takes oath as 25th CM
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HDK takes oath as 25th CM

Bengaluru: Janata Dal State President H.D. Kumaraswamy (HDK) yesterday took oath as the 25th Chief Minister against the imposing backdrop of Vidhana Soudha in the presence of more than a dozen non-BJP leaders from across the country. Kumaraswamy was administered the oath of office and secrecy at 4.30 pm by Governor Vajubhai Vala at a…

Calorie-conscious…
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Calorie-conscious…

SWEET TIME: AICC President Rahul Gandhi, State in-Charge K.C. Venugopal, KPCC President Dr. G. Parameshwara and AICC Member Dr. Pushpa Amarnath sharing a lighter moment after District in-Charge Minister Dr. H.C. Mahadevappa gave chocolates to the leaders. Picture below shows the calorie-conscious and fit Rahul handing over the chocolate to senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge.

CM denies rift with Dr. Parameshwara
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CM denies rift with Dr. Parameshwara

Bengaluru: Seeking to downplay the issue of KPCC President Dr. G. Parameshwara not attending the swearing-in ceremony of new Ministers at the Raj Bhavan here on Friday, Chief Minister Siddharamaiah on Saturday said that the KPCC Chief could not attend the ceremony as he was away in Delhi. But when media persons pointed out that…

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