B S Yeddyurappa will the chief minister if the BJP wins the Karnataka assembly elections in 2018. The name of the former chief minister of Karnataka was proposed by Amit Shah, the national president of the BJP.
The state of Karnataka spent Rs 1,85,12,500 on advocate fees to conduct the trial in the Jayalalithaa Disproportionate Assets case. B V Acharya who was the first special public prosecutor in the case charged Rs 40,75,000, an RTI response has revealed.
The 2nd PUC results will be announced today. The results would be announced at 3 pm on May 11, a day before the SSLC 2017 results are announced. The results would be made available at the colleges on May 12. The results on May 11 would however be available on the websites pue.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in.
The examinations were held between March 9 and 27. 6,84,490 students appeared for the examinations. There were 3,48,563 boys and 3,35,909 girls who took the examination.
Not all are interested in losing the ‘lal batti’. After the Union Government decided that it was time to do away with the red beacon system in a bid to move away from the VIP to EIP culture, many politicians followed the order. However two politicians decided not to follow the orders and said that they are not bound by a Delhi cabinet decision.
Karnataka earned the dubious distinction of being the most corrupt state in the country. A survey which covered 20 states found that Karnataka was followed by Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. The survey conducted by the Centre for Media Studies covered around 3,000 persons in both rural and urban areas.
The Congress in Karnataka is likely to advance the assembly elections in Karnataka after its spectacular wins in the Gundlupet and Nanjangud by-elections. The party is hoping to capitalise on the wins as it feels that it is in with a good chance following the mammoth wins in the by-elections.
After a humiliating loss in the Karnataka by-elections, the BJP is on introspection mode. At the BJP’s national executive meeting in Odisha held over the weekend there was introspection by senior leaders on the losses at Nanjangud and Gundlupet.
The Supreme Court has rejected Karnataka’s review plea in the Cauvery waters case. Karnataka has sought a review of the SC order directing the state to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu.
The Supreme Court will on Wednesday decide whether Karnataka can recover the Rs 100 crore fine amount from former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case. A division bench comprising Justices P C Ghose and Amitava Roy will hear a review plea filed by Karnataka against the abatement of Jayalalithaa in the case.
On Wednesday at 1.40 pm, Justices P C Ghose and Amitava Roy will hear Karnataka’s review petition against the abatement of Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case. The case would be heard in the chamber of the judges as is done in all review petitions.