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Registration of mobile towers to be made mandatory
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Registration of mobile towers to be made mandatory

Urban Development Minister U.T. Khader says there will be a crackdown on service providers if they fail to comply  Mysuru: Telecom companies must avail licences for their mobile towers within three months. U.T. Khader, the Minister for Urban Development and Housing, has announced that the State Government is all set to implement the new policy…

Single window system to make building construction clearance hassle-free
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Single window system to make building construction clearance hassle-free

Mysuru: The State government will introduce a single window and a time-bound system to make building construction clearance and layout plans hassle-free. Licence and approvals for building plans and layouts would be issued online with the single window system to avoid middlemen menace and facilitate greater transparency in services. Addressing reporters at Mysuru Urban Development…

Single Window System to issue land documents: Minister
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Single Window System to issue land documents: Minister

Mysuru: Urban Development Minister U.T. Khader has said that the Government will introduce a Single Window System to issue the documents related to houses and sites. Speaking to press persons at MUDA hall here yesterday, Khader said a pilot project of Single Window Clearance System for building and land approvals will soon be introduced in…

Housing Minister inspects flood-ravaged places in Kodagu
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Housing Minister inspects flood-ravaged places in Kodagu

Madikeri: Minister for Housing U.T. Khader has clarified that the State Government alone would construct the houses to rehabilitate the flood victims in Kodagu. The Minister recently visited Jodupala, Arekallu and Monnangeri villages in Kodagu and heard the grievances of the    flood victims. The victims urged the Minister to expedite the relief works and sought…

Allowance of Rs. 10,000 a month for Kodagu flood victims: Minister
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Allowance of Rs. 10,000 a month for Kodagu flood victims: Minister

Bengaluru: The State government has decided to pay Rs. 10,000 every month to those who lost their houses in the recent floods in Kodagu till permanent structures are built for them, instead of constructing temporary houses. Speaking at Vikasa Soudha here yesterday, Minister for Housing U.T. Khader said that the proposal to construct temporary sheds…

Deadline extended till July 30 to apply for houses
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Deadline extended till July 30 to apply for houses

Bengaluru: Housing Minister U.T. Khader has announced that identification of the homeless and shelterless under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana has been extended till July 30. Speaking at the Legislative Assembly here yesterday, Khader said authorities had identified 15 lakh homeless families in the ongoing survey in the past two months. Pointing out that the…

Government to rename Fair Price Shops as ‘Seva Sindhu Centres’
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Government to rename Fair Price Shops as ‘Seva Sindhu Centres’

Mysuru:  Stating that the Government was prepared to rename Fair Price Shops (FPS) as ‘Seva Sindhu Centres’ for facilitating easy delivery of various services initiated by the Government, Food and Civil Supplies Minister U.T. Khader has said that the Government was willing to set up common service centres for the purpose. Speaking to press persons…

BPL cards distributed to 15 lakh families: U.T. Khader
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BPL cards distributed to 15 lakh families: U.T. Khader

Bengaluru: With the Assembly polls nearing, the State Government has distributed BPL cards to nearly 15 lakh families. Addressing a press conference here on Jan.3, Food & Civil Supplies Minister U.T. Khader said that Aadhaar seeding of ration cards had led to cancellation of around 8.5 lakh bogus cards. Stating that each Fair Price Shop…

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