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Deccan Herald » State

KPTCL to seek tariff hike

The KPTCL has a revenue gap of over Rs 900 crore, thanks to mounting debts with the power producer Tanir Bhavi Power Company and increasing purchase of power
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Paryaya festival in Udupi today

Hundreds of devotees from the country and abroad are expect to visit the temple town. Grand procession, cultural programmes will be held on the occasion
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Rs 32.35 cr for drought relief, drinking water

Home Minister Mallikarjuna Kharge, who heads the sub-committee, said the central team which visited drought hit areas for an on-the-spot assessment, was expected to submit its report to the Centre by Monday
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White tiger, a victim of rare disease

Mysore zoo doctors have begin treatment to save the ailing white tiger called Rajan. Preliminary tests, including the CT scan which was done at a ...
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JD(S) woos Hegde supporters

JD (S) State President Siddaramaiah today urged leaders and followers of former Chief Minister Ramakrishna Hegde to join the party and if they joined their position and seniority would be maintained.
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Vittal Murthy appointed Information Commissioner

The State government on Saturday created a post of Commissioner in the Information Department and appointed Transport Commissioner I M Vittal Murthy to the newly created post.
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Bridge across Manjira a victim of inter-government apathy

The completion of the inter-state bridge across the Manjira river which was conceived in 1991 has been delayed due to lack of funds and political will.
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High Court allows IAS selection process

The Karnataka High Court today permitted the State government to continue the process of selection of officers from the non-state civil service cadre of the state for appointing them to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) cadre.
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Stir threat from tanker owners

The Federation of Karnataka Tanker Truck Owners’ Association has decided to go on an indefinite strike from January 19 if its demands are not met.
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Poojary yet to receive Madhwaraj’s letter

The Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) is yet to receive the resignation of senior Congress leader and former Minister Manorama Madhwaraj, said KPCC president B Janardhana Poojary on Saturday.
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Govt likely to close down institute

The State government is planning to close down the Belgaum Vaccine Institute, popularly called Vaccine Depot, as it is manufacturing outdated sheep brain (semple) rabies vaccine, which had invited the wrath of animal lovers.
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