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Government bans RTC workers’ strike
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Government bans RTC workers’ strike

April 10, 2021

Bengaluru: With the indefinite stir launched by workers of four State-run Transport Corporations — KSRTC, BMTC, NWKRTC and NEKRTC —seeking fulfillment of their various demands, continuing for the third day yesterday despite appeals by the authorities to call off the strike, the Government on Friday issued an order banning the strike and referred the workers’…

KSRTC strike from tomorrow
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KSRTC strike from tomorrow

April 6, 2021

No work no pay, Govt. warns staff Mysore/Mysuru: With the Government rejecting the demands of KSRTC employees who have sought implementation of the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission among others, the Employee Unions of all the four State-run Transport Corporations — KSRTC, BMTC, NWKRTC and NEKRTC — will go on an indefinite strike from…

COVID curbs on Hotels, Bars, Cinemas till April 20
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COVID curbs on Hotels, Bars, Cinemas till April 20

April 3, 2021

Gyms, Pools to shut, Physical classes for students from Class 6 to 9 suspended Bengaluru: After reviewing the COVID-19 situation across Karnataka and observing a steady and rapid rise in COVID-19 numbers even as large public gatherings, events and rallies continue to be held, the State Government last evening introduced fresh restrictions.  This included the…

We too need a break, demand health staff
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We too need a break, demand health staff

April 2, 2021

Seven-day work diktat riles up Health Department employees Mysore/Mysuru: Instructions from the Centre to vaccinate people above 45 years of age on all days and cancelling all Government holidays of the current month has not gone well with healthcare workers. They contended that they too need a day’s break to spend time with their family…

Taking a cab will cost a lot more from now
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Taking a cab will cost a lot more from now

April 2, 2021

Bengaluru: The Karnataka Government yesterday increased the minimum fares for all app-hailed cab services like Uber and Ola running in Bengaluru and rest of the State. With this modification, the minimum fare for a cab ride will now be Rs. 75.  Price caps have been put in place based on the price of the vehicles…

16 IAS officers transferred: Jayavibhavaswamy is CESC MD
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16 IAS officers transferred: Jayavibhavaswamy is CESC MD

April 1, 2021

Bengaluru: In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, the State Government on  Wednesday has transferred 16 IAS officers. Jayavibhavaswamy has been appointed as the new Managing Director of CESC at Mysuru. He will also continue to hold concurrent charge as Secretary of Male Mahadeshwara Hills Temple Development Authority. In other transfers, BBMP (Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike) Commissioner …

Govt. transfers 18 Dy.SPs, 100 Police Inspectors
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Govt. transfers 18 Dy.SPs, 100 Police Inspectors

March 31, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: In a major shake up of the State Police force, the Government on Monday transferred 18 Dy.SPs and 100 Police Inspectors across the State. According to the transfer list, Udayagiri Police Inspector N.M. Poonacha has been transferred to CCRB, Railway Police Inspector P.A. Sooraj to ACB (Anti Corruption Bureau) and P.K. Raju, who was…

Restriction on crowd returns
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Restriction on crowd returns

March 25, 2021

Drive against mask rule violators intensified Bengaluru: Close on the heels of spurt in Corona positive cases, the State Government has decided to strictly implement guidelines including making mask rule mandatory for every person or be ready to pay a fine of Rs.250 on the spot. In a fresh notification issued by Jawaid Akhtar, Additional…

11 Indira Canteens in city on the verge of shutting down
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11 Indira Canteens in city on the verge of shutting down

March 23, 2021

Forced candle-light dinner as power supply cut off Mysore/Mysuru: With no funds to pay contractors and with funds only trickling down from the State Exchequer, all the 11 Indira Canteens are on the verge of shutting down in city. The situation is no better in Bengaluru too. There are 198 Indira Canteens in the State…

Film City project comes full circle; back in Mysuru
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Film City project comes full circle; back in Mysuru

March 18, 2021

Severe shortage of land in Bengaluru forces Government to do a U-turn Bengaluru/Mysuru: The B.S. Yediyurappa Government that was a strong proponent of setting up a Film City in Bengaluru has made a U-turn and has stated that the ambitious project will be back to its originally-proposed location at Himmavu in Nanjangud Taluk of Mysuru. …

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