KARNATAKA TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT
Karnataka minorities in two minds about dealing with NPR
While many Muslim community leaders and organisations have decided to totally boycott the NPR in whatever form the exercise is executed, some are waiting to see how the situation will play out and the central government responds to the ongoing agitation.
Karnataka Governor says men must be educated to treat women with respect
His appreciation comes even as the fund-starved state government is ...
Mental health: Govt hospitals to roll out Nimhans & IIIT-B - developed software from April
Apart from Nimhans in Bengaluru, district governme...
Ex-IT Minister Kharge joins startup fund as advisor
The fund will focus on tech businesses such as security, semicon and embedded devices.
Bengaluru rooftops can generate 2500MW solar power: Survey
Bescom will soon allow third-party investors to rent rooftops of domestic consumers and set up SRTPV systems under various business models.
Karnataka govt to amend certain rules of Land Reforms Act: BS Yediyurappa
"The investor's side (during the meet) had some doubts and opposition to cumbersome procedures in starting their units and we assured them of solving all their problems.
Fire breaks out at Delhi Transport Department office
At least 26 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to put out the blaze. According to the Delhi Fire Services, the fire was reported at 8.38 a.m. on Monday. The DFS informed around 10.45 a.m. that the fire has been doused. No casualties have been reported as of now.
Fire breaks out at Delhi Transport Department office at Civil Lines
Delhi: Fire breaks out at Delhi Transport Department office at Civil Lines, 8 fire tenders rushed to the spot. Fire breaks out at Delhi Tran...
Karnataka's milk brand Nandini launches its cheese in Maharashtra
The company claimed that it now has a daily supply of about 2.5 lakh liters in the state and is targeting to get a 20% market share of cheese of this institutional segment in the state.
Airport bomb case: Police find box with powdery substance from suspect's bank locker
He confessed to the police of having made the bomb threat call to the terminal manager, police said. After the call, he dumped the SIM card and left for Bengaluru where he surrendered to the police on January 22. Police, however, could not retrieve the SIM card.
Rafale, Goa's 'save the frog' campaign, J-K's 'back to village' programme: Themes of R-Day tableaux
Jammu and Kashmir, which participated in the parade for the first time as a Union Territory, had the "Back to Village'' programme for the displaced Kashmiri Pandits as theme for its tableau.
Sachin Bansal bets Flipkart fortune on banking services
Bansal, through his microfinance firm Chaitanya India, has applied for a banking licence.
CreditAccess Grameen faces repayment trouble in coastal Karnataka
India's largest microfinance firm CreditAccess Grameen has reported 8% rise in net profit for the December quarter at Rs 108 crore over Rs 100 crore, even as some repayment issues in coastal Karnataka has kept the lender on its toes.
Won't be cowed down by threats, says Kumaraswamy
"I will not stay quiet because of such threats. I know who is behind it. Those belonging to BJP linked organisations speak about terror activities of other community, while there are terrorists within. Very carefully they conduct their activities," he said. Speaking to reporters here, Kumaraswamy said he would not be cowed down by such threats by right wing outfits.
Punjab to replace old three wheelers with electric, CNG three wheelers
He informed that Punjab Pollution Control Board has already banned the registration of new diesel/petrol three wheelers in the District of Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Fatehgarh Sahib and Mohali since January 2019.
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