Monthly Archives: October 2021

Mangalore University to introduce “Open Book Examination” from next academic year – Edexlive

Mangalore University (Photo: Facebook) Mangalore University will introduce ‘open book examination’ for a few selected undergraduate courses from the next academic year 2022-23 on a pilot basis, the university’s Vice Chancellor, Prof. PS Yadapadithaya has informed. . Open book examination was first introduced in Karnataka by Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) …

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Karnataka government suspends church investigation, awaits HC verdict

Bangalore, October 28 (IANS): The Karnataka government has put on hold a proposal to investigate official and unofficial churches and Bible societies and is awaiting the verdict of the state’s high court on a PIL in this regard. The Backward Class and Minority Welfare Committee on October 13 discussed the …

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Karnataka government orders temples to worship cows on ‘Govardhan Puja’

Karnataka government orders temples to worship the cow on November 5 PTI, Bangalore, October 27, 2021, 7:01 pm is updated: 27 October 2021, 19:40 ist Karnataka’s Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department ordered temples under its control to worship cows on November 5, the day after Deepavali, a minister said. …

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Mangalore University plans to introduce open book exam: VC

Mangalore University Vice Chancellor Professor PS Yadapadithaya said the university plans to introduce an open book examination system in a few undergraduate programs starting in the 2022-2023 academic year. . Speaking at the Academic Council meeting, the VC said Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) will introduce an open book exam system …

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Odisha will create 34 “child-friendly” police stations

Bhubaneswar, October 26 (IANS): Odisha’s government has decided to set up 34 “child-friendly” police stations across the state, the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) said in a statement on Tuesday. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik called on officials to establish such a police station in each of the 34 police districts. According …

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Bengaluru: High Court refuses to suspend government order on church, missionaries probe

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, October 26: The Popular Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) 1 has filed a public interest dispute (PIL) challenging the government’s order to investigate the official and unofficial Christian missionaries, institutions and establishments operating in Karnataka . However, the High Court refused to stay …

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Asian Hotels North Limited appoints Mr. Ashish Dhanuka as additional director

Based on the recommendations of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee, the Board of Directors of Asian Hotels North Limited, at its meeting on October 23, 2021, appointed Mr. Ashish Dhanuka (DIN: 07220876), as additional administrator. As Mr. Ashish Dhanuka is already employed by the Company, as Chief Financial Officer, the …

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Chalet Hotels Ltd enters into an agreement with HAL for the Koramangala project

Chalet Hotels Limited has reached an agreement with HAL regarding the cancellation of the NOC for the height clearance for its residential project in Koramangala, Bangalore. This is an important step towards resolving the long-standing dispute and work on the project is expected to resume in the near future. More …

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MP Guv honors martyrs on police commemoration day

Bhopal, October 22 (IANS): The nation is indebted to the martyred police officers who sacrificed their lives in the service of the nation, Madhya Pradesh Governor Mangubhai C. Patel said on Thursday during the Police-2021 Remembrance Day parade at Lal Parade Ground on Thursday. The governor praised the efforts of …

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“The police are the backbone of the district administration”

They have actively participated in the effective implementation of lockdown standards, said Deputy Commissioner Rajendra Welcoming the police’s continued support to the district administration in combating COVID-19 and other essential tasks, Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra said on Thursday that the district police force was remained the backbone of …

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The “Martyrs’ Day” observed by the Mangaluru police, the sacrifice of officers recalled

Photos: Spoorthi Ullal Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru, October 21: Mangaluru Town Police Station, Dakshina Kannada District Police and 7th Karnataka State Reserve Police Battalion celebrated “Martyrs Day” here at the Armed Reserve Police premises of the district on Thursday, October 21, to commemorate the sacrifices of the …

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Result NEET 2021 soon; check thresholds for government, reputable and central colleges

The NEET 2021 result is expected to be published soon on neet.nta.nic.in. Check the NEET threshold 2021 for the best government, central, private and reputable medical colleges. NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to release the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET UG 2021 results soon. …

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Lanka IOC urges government to raise fuel prices, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

Colombo: Lanka IOC (LIOC), the subsidiary of the Indian Oil Corporation in Sri Lanka, on Monday urged the government to approve a hike in retail fuel prices due to the current situation regarding world oil prices, said here a senior official of the company. LIOC Managing Director Manoj Gupta said …

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Gujarat Hotels Ltd shows Rs. 67.28 lakhs in net profit at T2FY22

The Board of Directors of GUJARAT HOTELS LTD., At its meeting held today, approved the unaudited stand-alone financial results of the Company for the period ended September 30, 2021. For the quarter ended September 30, 2021 (Q2 FY2022), the company’s total income was 1.0092 crore, compared to ₹ 0.6158 crore …

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By-elections, not a referendum on my government, says Bommai

Highlighting the results under Siddaramaiah’s government, Bommai says such things can only be assessed from the general election. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, who faces the Assembly’s first-ever test poll under his leadership with the upcoming by-elections, has maintained that the polls will not be a referendum on the effectiveness of …

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COVID-19 vaccine for still absent children: government

The scientific rationale and the supply situation will dictate the final call for vaccine approval, COVID task force leader VK Paul said. The government will make a final decision on immunizing children and adolescents against the coronavirus based on an overall scientific rationale as well as the supply situation of …

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Global Hunger Index | Only 3.9% of children suffer from malnutrition, according to government

The value of a key indicator used in the Global Hunger Index is “bloated” because only 3.9% of Anganwadi children are undernourished, the government said on Sunday. “Real-time beneficiary data registered on the Anganwadi platform includes 7.79 crore of children aged 6 months to 6 years according to real-time data …

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Kundapur: stay in the village of various government officials, visits to Koraga settlements

Silvester D ‘Souza Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP) Kundapur, October 16: Various officials from the Departments of Women and Children Protection, Disability and Elderly Empowerment, Health and Family Welfare, Education, Food, Social Welfare , backward classes and the fisheries department under the leadership of tahsildar Kiran Gorayya received grievances …

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Luxury hotels and resorts lead industry’s faster-than-expected recovery after Covid 2.0

Bombay, October 10 (IANS): Demand from the hospitality industry has recovered at a faster rate after Covid 2.0 than it did after last year’s lockdown. Occupancy rates and Average Room Rates (ARRs) have seen a substantial jump, especially in luxury hotels and resort destinations, where they have exceeded pre-Covid levels. …

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Karnataka’s public hospitals face shortage of basic medicines

As non-COVID services resume, the provision of other essentials such as dressing materials, catheters and gloves has also been affected. The state’s public hospitals are now facing a severe shortage of basic medicines, including paracetamol, antibiotics and antihistamines, and are being forced to write prescriptions for patients to buy from …

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TEDx Gateway collaborates with the government of Maharashtra

By IANSlife New Delhi, October 8 (IANSlife): TEDxGateway, an independently hosted TED event, and the government of Maharashtra today announced TEDx Gateway Countdown 2021, a global initiative to champion and accelerate solutions to the climate crisis and turn ideas into action. Scheduled for October 31, 2021, starting at 4:00 p.m. …

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UP government sets up commission of inquiry to investigate incident

On October 6, the government of Uttar Pradesh set up a one-member commission of inquiry headquartered in Lakhimpur Kheri to investigate the deaths of eight people in the violence on Sunday October 3. A one-member Commission of Inquiry headquartered in Lakhimpur Kheri has been set up to investigate the deaths …

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Taliban Announce 38 New Names Under Interim Government, Afghan Military Corps Renamed “Mazar Corps”

Kabul: The Taliban on Monday announced 38 new names under their interim government of Afghanistan, in civilian and military positions. The new appointments include a political assistant to the prime minister, an acting minister of the Ministry of Martyrs and the Disabled, deputy ministers and corps commanders. The names of …

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Government school building inaugurated in Byndoor

Silvester D ‘Souza Daijiworld Media Network – Byndoor (EP) Byndoor, October 6: “The education sector has not reached perfection despite the efforts of the government for several years. There should be changes in education. Many children do not yet have the freedom to use their intelligence. Children should be given …

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Kaup Block Congress Protests State and Central Government

Daijiworld Media Network – Kaup (JD) Kaup, October 6: The Kaup Block Congress held a torchlight march condemning the state government’s anti-Hindu rules and central government anti-farm laws on Tuesday, October 6. The torchlight march started from Kaup Laxmijanardhana temple. A protest meeting was also organized in the town of …

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Notice to the government of Karnataka on the law to increase the property tax every year

The Karnataka High Court on Monday ordered the issuance of an opinion to the state government on a PIL petition questioning the legality of amendments to the law allowing municipalities and municipal corporations to increase property taxes each. year. A division bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and …

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Tourists should only book registered hotels: Goa Minister

Panaji, October 4 (IANS): Goa Tourism Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar on Monday warned against measures against tourists checking into rented villas and guesthouses that were not registered with the state Department of Tourism . Speaking to reporters here, he also said department officials will also soon enforce a crackdown on those …

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Admission to courses in medical genetics | The Supreme Court issues an opinion to the government

The petition said elite medical institutes such as AIIMS limited admissions to medical genetics courses to these three streams. The Supreme Court on Friday called for a government response to a plea challenging a 2021 NEET-Super Specialties (NEET-SS) notification in August allowing postgraduates from a wide range of medical disciplines …

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