Monthly Archives: August 2021

Classes 6-8 can be reopened: TAC in the government of Karnataka

The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) told the state government that physical classes for grades 6-8 “could be considered from September 13,” a move that comes amid a mixed response to offline classes. for grades 9 to 12 in rural and urban areas. TAC experts kept Ganesh Chaturthi in mind during …

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Rescued from Afghanistan, the inhabitants of Dakshina Kannada thank the government

Having missed the company of his family members for 11 long years, Desmond D’souza, from Kinnigoli here, takes a break and wants to enjoy this festive season with his family members. Shravan Anchan, from Bejai in the city, is trying to find a job here and keep earning money. Both …

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Mangalore University sees Afghan student applications increase

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru August 24: The crisis in Afghanistan has severely affected Afghan nationalities residing in India, including the student community. Recently, 58 Afghan students in Mangaluru met with Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar and maintained their requests for a safe stay in the country. Enrollment …

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Udupi: the mission hospital selected by the Union government to train Covid warriors

Press release Udupi, August 24: Lombard Memorial (Mission) Hospital in Udupi has been selected as a training provider for Covid frontline warriors to deal with a potential third wave of Covid infections, said Dr Sushil Jathanna, director of Covid the hospital. The Lombard Memorial Hospital (Mission) is the only hospital …

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Karnataka government has yet to receive report on caste census: Minister

Minister of Welfare and Backward Classes Kota Srinivasa Poojary said the report was being assessed by the State Commission on Backward Classes Minister of Welfare and Backward Classes Kota Srinivasa Poojary said the government would call for the release of the caste-based socio-economic census report once the report is submitted …

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Bengaluru: Eagleton Resort – HC maintains government order to pay Rs 982 crore

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, August 21: The High Court (HC) upheld the government order requesting payment of 982 crore rupees for the encroachment of 77 acres and 19 guntas of government land for the construction of the Eagleton Golf Resort in Bidadi taluk, in the district of …

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