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Gold found in Hullambi hamlet of Dharwad

HUBLI: Hullambi, a nondescript village tucked away in the forest area in Kalghatgi taluk of Dharwad district is now attracting a good deal of attention, with reports of the presence of gold ore. A team of geologists from the Geological Survey of ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago

Four Karnataka officers among 'master trainers'

Four officers from Karnataka are among 21 senior officials selected by the Centre as "master trainers" to share their expertise and experience with junior officers during training programmes. The scheme, aimed at making an impact on common man, was finalised ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
New Indian Express

'Siddu's Colleagues Coming in His Way'

HUBLI: BJP national general secretary H N Ananth Kumar on Sunday said the Siddaramaiah government is yet to take off properly as the Chief Minister's colleagues themselves have punctured the wheels of governance. At the party's meeting in support ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Yettinahole project renamed to avail Central funds

The State government has designated Yettinahole project as Yettinahole Integrated Drinking Water Scheme in order to avail funding from the Central schemes and extrernal lending agencies such as the Asian Development Bank, World Bank and Japan International ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Bengaluru Passport Office issues highest number of passports

Picture for representational purpose Bengaluru: The regional passport office (RPO) Bengaluru has achieved a rare distinction of issuing the highest number of passports per staff in the country. In the recent conference of regional passport ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Laads of Karnataka

The Laad community has scattered all over the country that originally migrated from “Laat Desh” in South Gujarat several centuries ago. Many Laads are not aware that the dialect spoken by them called Chaurasi, is a mixture of Gujarati, ...
 Deccan Herald1 week 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 Express2 weeks ago

Karnataka planning interim applications before Mahadayi tribunal

BANGALORE: Karnataka is contemplating an interim application before the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal, seeking permission to go ahead with the Kalasa-Bhanduri project. Replying to a query by Mahantesh Kavatagimath in the legislative council, ...
 Times of India1 month ago Karnataka to seek interim permission for water project  Times of India1 month ago

DULT takes up mobility plan in 16 towns in Karnataka

Kamath, Bangalore, Jun 15, 2014, DHNS : Will serve as guideline documents for respective towns The Directorate of UrbanLand Transport (DULT) has taken up preparation of Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP), which provides for long and short-term ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
The Hindu

Tales the temple tells

Author, historian, musician and the man behind the Bangalore Lit Fest, Vikram Sampath, recently took up an assignment close to his heart. In February, the Bangalore-based fine-arts enthusiast took over as Executive Director of the (IGNCA), Southern ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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