Bengaluru, Apr 20: The lockdown has been hard on all of us. Students have been losing precious time due to the lockdown as all educational institutions and coaching centres have been ordered to be shut down.
Bengaluru, Apr 09: The lockdown is likely to continue in Karnataka in all probability. Karnataka Chief Minister, B S Yediyurappa following a Cabinet meeting said that all the ministers were in favour of extending the lockdown.
Yediyurappa however said that he would first submit the report of the expert panel to the Prime Minister and then take a final call on extension of the lockdown.
Bengaluru, Jan 02: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to Bengaluru and Tumakuru, the Karnataka government has made elaborate security arrangements.
Citing security concerns, the Bengaluru city police commissioner Bhaskar Rao, IPS said that unmanned aerial vehicles including drones, balloons, unmanned aircraft systems etc will be banned during Modi’s visit.
Bengaluru, Dec 27: Now Karnataka too has decided to make the rioters pay. Taking a cue from Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, Karnataka too has decided to recover the damages from those who destroyed public property during the violence during the protests against the new citizenship law.
Karnataka minister, R Ashoka said that the government would soon decide on a legislation to seize the properties of those involved in damaging public property. We will also bring a similar rule here, Ashoka also said.
Bengaluru, Dec 09: The thumping win by the BJP has ensured that it would continue to rule in Karnataka with a majority. Karnataka, no doubt has a history of electing the party in power during a by-election.
However, the fact here is that the Congress has yet proven that in Karnataka no one defeats the party, but it ends up defeating itself.
New Delhi, Nov 13: The Supreme Court is set to pronounce two very important verdicts today. While one would decide the next course of politics in Karnataka, the other would decide on whether the CJI’s office comes under the ambit to the Right to Information Act.
The Supreme Court is scheduled to pronounce today 13 its verdict on the pleas of 17 disqualified Congress-JD (S) MLAs of Karnataka challenging the orders of the then Assembly speaker K R Ramesh Kumar to disqualify them.
Bengaluru, Nov 01: It is that time of the year, when the topic of Tipu Sultan becomes relevant. The Siddaramaiah government had decided to celebrate Tipu Jayanti and this had led to clashes in the state.
Today, the BJP government led by B S Yeddyurappa has made it clear that there would be no such celebrations. He also said that the government is contemplating removing him from the text books also.