K R Balasubramanyam

  • Amit Shah’s Karnataka visit prolongs suspense over cab expansion

    Amit Shah’s Karnataka visit prolongs suspense over cab expansion

    The CM left for Davos on Sunday on a six-day trip to attend the world economic summit amid an uneasy lull. While Yediyurappa has said he will expand his ministry after his return, it has meant little by way of a message. Sections of BJP leaders are intrigued as to why the party leadership is not letting the CM go ahead with the much delayed expansion .

    Change to state land laws may make M&As in IT parks smooth

    Change to state land laws may make M&As in IT parks smooth

    A recent amendment to Karnataka’s land laws is expected to help developers of technology parks, industrial estates and special economic zones (SEZs) as well as investors as it opens up opportunities in mergers and acquisition (M&A) deals.

    Coffee Day hopes to close IT park sale to Blackstone in a week

    Coffee Day hopes to close IT park sale to Blackstone in a week

    The Coffee Day Group hopes to close its proposed sale of the Global Village tech park in Bengaluru to US private equity giant Blackstone in about a week's time, having crossed all major hurdles including government approvals and a green signal from most of its lenders.

    Karnataka state Budget on March 5

    Karnataka state Budget on March 5

    The government has also postponed the customary joint session from January to February in view of the chief minister’s tour of Davos.

    Jet Airways' closure, Kannur airport dent Mangaluru air traffic

    Jet Airways' closure, Kannur airport dent Mangaluru air traffic

    The table-top airport in coastal Karnataka has taken a hit both in terms of aircraft movement and passenger traffic, according to the latest figures from Airports Authority of India (AAI). The two airports, on the Arabian coast, are about 175 km apart.

    BSY may buy more time to rework his cabinet math

    BSY may buy more time to rework his cabinet math

    Total recast likely as simple expansion will upset caste, regional representation. The chief minister has vowed to induct into the ministry every one of the disqualified lawmakers who has won. Out of the 15 Assembly seats for which polls were held, 11 candidates have won from among the disqualified MLAs' group.

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