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122 Sub-Registrars transferred in the State
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122 Sub-Registrars transferred in the State

Bengaluru:  The State Government has issued an order effecting transfer of 122 Sub-Registrars in the State working in the Department of Stamps and Registrations. B.G. Manju has been transferred from Mysuru North Sub-Registrar Office to Mysuru East. C. Kiran has been transferred from Mysuru East to Mysuru North. Other transfers:  Madhu (Holenarasipur) to Hassan, Shadakshari…

55 Tahsildars  transferred
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55 Tahsildars  transferred

Bengaluru: The State Government has effected transfer of 55 Grade 1 and Grade 2 Tahsildars. Office Assistant in Mysuru DC’s office Mahadevaiah is retiring today. Mysuru taluk Tahsildar (Grade 2) B. Girija has been transferred to that post. Similarly, V. Hanumantharayappa (Bengaluru North) transferred to Hunsur taluk, M. Nanjundaiah (Nagamangala) to Gundlupet, R. Manjunath (MUDA…

State Government issues order on wage hike
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State Government issues order on wage hike

Bengaluru:  The State Government on Thursday issued an official order effecting a 30 percent wage hike for Government Employees. The wage hike will come into retrospective effect from July 1, 2017. The hike is also applicable to pensioners, teachers of aided educational institutions, employees of local bodies and non-teaching staff of Universities. The wage hike,…

Government employees get 30 percent wage hike
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Government employees get 30 percent wage hike

Bengaluru: The State Government, which has accepted the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission yesterday, issued an order hiking the wage of Government employees by 30 percent. The wage hike comes into retrospective effect from July 1, 2017 and other monetary benefits will be made available from April 1, 2018. The wage hike will also…

Mysuru district gets new DDPI
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Mysuru district gets new DDPI

Mysuru: The State Government on Thursday transferred Mysuru DDPI Manjula to Kodagu district. Manjula had taken over charge as Mysuru DDPI a few months ago following the promotional transfer of Dr. B.K.S. Vardhan. Manjula has been replaced by Mamatha, who was serving as DIET Principal in Tumakuru. Mamatha is likely to take charge in a…

Frequent bandhs: High Court notice to State, Vatal Nagaraj
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Frequent bandhs: High Court notice to State, Vatal Nagaraj

Bengaluru: The Karnataka High Court yesterday ordered notice to the State Government and Kannada Chaluvali Vatal Paksha leader and ex-MLA Vatal Nagaraj in response to a PIL challenging the bandhs called on Jan.25 and Feb.4. A Division Bench, headed by Acting Chief Justice H.G. Ramesh and Justice P.S. Dinesh Kumar, has posted the petition filed…

State asked to put on hold transfers of three DCs
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State asked to put on hold transfers of three DCs

Bengaluru: A day after the transfer of Deputy Commissioners of Hassan, Ramanagaram and Haveri, Karnataka Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Sanjiv Kumar has asked the State Government to withdraw its order on transfer till final publication of electoral rolls on Feb.28. Kumar dashed off a letter to Chief Secretary Ratna Prabha yesterday saying that “the transfer…

Ahead of Assembly polls: Govt. staff to get bonanza
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Ahead of Assembly polls: Govt. staff to get bonanza

Bengaluru: The forthcoming Assembly polls seems to have brought bonanza for Government employees, with the State Govt. planning to hike salaries from a minimum of Rs.2,500 to a maximum of Rs. 10,000 per month. Chief Minister Siddharamaiah in a deft move to keep the employees happy with polls round the corner, is also hopeful that…

Samiti demands implementation of Justice Sadashiva Committee Report
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Samiti demands implementation of Justice Sadashiva Committee Report

Mysuru:  ‘Justice A.J. Sadashiva Ayoga Varadi Jaari Horata Samiti’ held a protest in front of Deputy Commissioner’s Office recently demanding the implementation of Justice Sadashiva Committee’s report. The protestors said that the State Government was not willing to implement the report which recommends providing equal opportunities to all 101 Scheduled Caste communities. Speaking to the…

Government planning to stop RTE fee reimbursement to schools
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Government planning to stop RTE fee reimbursement to schools

Bengaluru: The State Government is mulling to discontinue reimbursement of fees to private schools under the Right To Education (RTE) Act 2009. The Government had made it compulsory to admit 25 percent of the poor students to private schools and was reimbursing the fees to the schools under the  RTE Act. Now that the Government…

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