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Two held in shootout incident in bar

Gulbarga, Apr 29 : Police today arrested two people in connection with the shootout at a bar in the city two days. Informing mediapersons here district Superintendent of Police Amit Singh said the arrested were identified as Ayoub Bagawan and his associate ... New Kerala, 2 months ago
Man injured in bar shootout New Kerala, 2 months ago

'Glamourous' Karnataka Premier League 2014 set for August beginning

Bangalore, July 18: Karnataka Premier League (KPL) returns this year in August with a glamourous touch to the Twenty20 tournament as an All Star XI comprising film actors will be in action. Karnataka State Cricket Association ( KSCA ) announced ...
 ThatsCricket5 days ago

Collegium Firm on Justice Manjunath

NEW DELHI: The stand-off between the judiciary and executive has come to the fore yet again with the Supreme Court collegium taking on the government over appointments. The collegium has re-recommended Karnataka High Court Judge K L Manjunath's ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

KAT Bench Delay: Hubli-Dharwad Advocates Prepare for Struggle

DHARWAD: The stage is set for another round of struggle for the establishment of Karnataka Administrative Tribunal (KAT) Bench for North Karnataka in Dharwad. At a special general body meeting of the Dharwad Bar Association and Advocates ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Bellary DC Biswas transferred

The State government on Saturday transferred eight IAS officers, including Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Bellary Amlan Aditya Biswas. He has been appointed the Regional Commissioner of Gulbarga. For the last two years, he had held additional charge ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Deccan Herald

Soudha offices to be made tobacco-free from today

The State government has decided to declare all government offices, including Vidhan Soudha and Vikas Soudha, as No Tobacco Zone. Minister for Health and Family Welfare U T Khader said the government order for the same has already been prepared and it would ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Soon, hospitals will display licences at entrance

BANGALORE: When you visit a private clinic or a medical establishment in future, a licence may greet you at the entrance. The government is set to amend the Karnataka Private Medical Establishment Act, 2007, which will make it mandatory for all ...
 Times of India1 month ago

CID to probe top cop's photo snapping incident

Home> News > karnataka-news Bangalore, May 28: The incident that saw a top cop behind the bars for allegedly taking the photograph of a woman in a coffee shop last week turned murky with Karnataka government ordering a CID probe into the matter. ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago

Three med colleges in state cautioned by MCI for poor infra

" Bangalore : Three medical colleges in the state, three private and one government institution, have been cautioned by the the Medical Council of India (MCI) that unless they improve their infrastructure, they may be stopped from admitting students ...
 4 Traders2 months ago

BJP Regains Lost Ground in North Karnataka

HUBLI: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has bounced back in North Karnataka region with a vengeance. The saffron party, which had fared badly in last year's Assembly election, has managed to regain its ground in the region winning nine of the 12 ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
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