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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Telangana government to slow down as land auctions hit legal hurdle | Hyderabad News

HYDERABAD: As legal troubles arose over the sale of Kokapet land, the state government decided to slow down the land auction. It is reliably learned that the government may postpone the second phase of the auction to the end of the year. The auction of 49 acres of land in …

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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 surge in applications from Afghan students

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

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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 yet to receive caste census report: minister

Welfare and Backward Classes Minister Kota Srinivasa Poojary says the report is being assessed by the state Backward Classes Commission Welfare and Backward Classes Minister Kota Srinivasa Poojary says the report is being assessed by the state Backward Classes Commission Social Welfare and Backward Classes Minister Kota Srinivasa Poojary said …

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Mangalore University will organize an awareness program on NEP

As Mangalore University prepares to introduce the New Education Policy or the National Education Policy in the 2021-22 academic year, which will start in October, it will hold an awareness raising program on the new policy for all stakeholders. CN Higher Education Minister Ashwath Narayan will address the stakeholders. Vice …

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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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Opening of the 20th Welcomhotel by ITC Hotels in Katra, aimed at pilgrims and lovers of adventure sports

New Delhi, August 18 (IANS): The ITC Hotels Welcomhotel brand has launched its 20th address, an 83-room property in Katra, the most popular city for pilgrims visiting the Mata Vaishno Devi temple. The new hotel is projected as a destination for religious and leisure travelers as well as adventure sports …

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“Investing in places outside Bengaluru, Karnataka government is improving infrastructure”

Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekar plans to have more NIEITs in Karnataka for IT skills training Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekar plans to have more NIEITs in Karnataka for IT skills training The Union Minister of State for Electronic Information Technology, Skills Development and Entrepreneurship, Rajeev Chandrashekar, is fully committed to diversifying …

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Government starts selling oil from strategic reserves after policy change: report

The government has started selling oil from its Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) to state-owned refiners as it implements a new policy to market its federal storage by leasing space, three sources familiar with the matter said. . Reuters reported last month that the government had changed its policy to allow …

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“Investing in places outside Bangalore, the government of Karnataka improves infrastructure”

Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekar plans to have more NIEIT in Karnataka for computer skills training Union Minister of State for Information Technology, Skills Development and Entrepreneurship Rajeev Chandrashekar is fully committed to diversifying technology projects outside of Bengaluru, and measures are being taken to address infrastructure issues in Tier 2 …

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Kapil Sibal pleads before the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court resumed hearing Monday on the batch of motions related to the Pegasus controversy. Senior Attorney Kapil Sibal, who appeared for Senior Reporter N Ram, pointed to 3 issues in the short affidavit filed by the Center- “One, the affiant submitted, ‘I declare and submit that due to …

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Oxygen plant at Kundapur public hospital ready for use

Silvestre D’Souza Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (MS) Kundapur, August 16: A well-equipped oxygen plant is ready for use in the taluk government hospital, which has been named the best in the state for treating patients infected with Covid during the first and second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The …

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Afghan government hands over power to Taliban, President Ghani leaves the country

Update Kabul, August 15 (IANS): Negotiations are underway at the Afghan presidential palace to transfer power to the Taliban. The head of the High Council for National Reconciliation, Abdullah Abdullah, would mediate the process, Afghan media reported. Sources also indicated that Ali Ahamd Jalali would be appointed head of the …

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BJP government in cahoots with Twitter: Priyanka Gandhi

New Delhi, August 13 (IANS): A war of words erupted between Congress and Twitter India on Thursday, after the microblogging platform reportedly blocked the party’s official account as well as the accounts of dozens of top Congressional leaders, days after blocking it. former Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for posting an …

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Flower growers and vendors protest against ban on bouquets and fruit baskets at government events

From our special correspondent Daijiworld Media Network Bangalore, August 12: Flower growers and flower sellers protested outside the city’s international flower auction market on Thursday to demand the immediate withdrawal of Chief Secretary P Ravi Kumar’s order banning the display of bouquets of flowers, garlands or fruit baskets in all …

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Kaup: Belapu will have the very first government polytechnic institute approved by AICTE

Daijiworld Media Network – Kaup (SP) Kaup, August 7: Preparations are underway for the very first AICTE-approved Kaup Taluk government polytechnic college to start operating in Devinagar, Belapu village, starting this school year. The college will offer two diploma courses that are new to the district. The higher education department …

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Government releases guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Government releases guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 Bengaluru: The State Government Secretariat issued containment measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Karnataka on August 6. . Guidelines for surveillance, containment and caution issued by decree even number of July 3, 2021. Order of …

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Mangalore University odd semester exams will resume on August 11

The odd-numbered semester examinations of Mangalore University’s undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the 2020-21 academic year will resume on August 11, according to the Registrar (Assessment) of PL Dharma University. The university postponed the exams, which had resumed on August 2, with effect from August 4, after Deputy Commissioner KV …

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Mangalore University postpones exams and offline classes

Mangalore University postpones exams and offline classes MU had first postponed the exams in March this year due to the KSRTC staff strike DHNS, Mangaluru, 04 August 2021, 00:29 updated: 04 Aug 2021, 03:41 ist Mangalore University (MU) on Tuesday for the second time postponed all exams scheduled from Wednesday. …

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University of Mangalore to introduce online exams

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Mangalore, P. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya, said on Wednesday that the university, despite the challenges, is preparing to introduce an online exam system if the COVID-19 situation warrants it. He told the Academic Council at its meeting that the university was forced to postpone its …

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Mangalore University Postpones Odd Semester Exams

This follows an instruction from Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra This follows an instruction from Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra Mangalore University has postponed its ongoing odd semester diploma exams until further notice, according to PL Dharma, Registrar (Assessment) of the university. As a result, the response script evaluation that began on …

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The University of Mangalore will organize the exams according to the schedule

The University of Mangalore will organize the exams according to the schedule DHNS, Mangaluru, 01 August 2021, 22:23 is updated: 02 Aug 2021, 01:25 ist The University of Mangalore will organize the UG exams for the students of the first, third and fifth semesters according to the schedule from August …

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