CAA: Amit Shah to visit Karnataka tomorrow, to address rally at Hubballi
Shah will visit Hubballi (Hubli) where he will address a rally on the CAA. Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa will also be present during the rally, and may use the opportunity to discuss about the Cabinet expansion.
Karnataka Bank Q3 profit slips 12% to Rs 123 crore
Net NPA increased to 3.75 per cent from 3 per cent during September-December 2018.
Nalin Kumar Kateel takes charge as Karnataka BJP chief
Kateel said that one of the challenges is to ensure the BJP wins 150 seats in the 2023...
When khadi confronts saffron: As swamis veer towards worldly politics, Yediyurappa sends a firm message
In fact, the CM was so annoyed at a Veerashaiva-Lingayat event in Harihar on Tuesday that he threatened to walk out when Vachanananda Swami of Panchamashali mutt made a demand laced with a warning: The CM must either induct Murugesh Nirani into his ministry or be prepared to lose the community’s support.
Siddaramaiah pitches for Lingayath state chief to tackle BJP in north Karnataka
"We need a Lingayath president in Karnataka to lead the party and to tackle BJP in north Karnataka," Siddaramaiah said.
What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Net-net, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) were buyers of domestic stocks to the tune of Rs 279.53 crore on Wednesday, data available with NSE suggested.
Yediyurappa threatens to quit as CM over seer's 'warning'
Yediyurappa pointed out that he has come to power because of the Congress-JD(S) legislators who rebelled against the then coalition government.
ED summons Congress leader K J George
After D K Shivakumar, K J George is the second Congressman in Karnataka to get the ED summons. George has been asked to appear before the agency on January 16, along with a set of documents including bank accounts, properties owned, copies of income tax returns, business details in India and abroad.
Q3 results this week: Reliance, TCS, HDFC Bank, ICICI Lombard GI
HDFC Bank, Goa Carbon and Jindal Steel will announce their Q3 results on Saturday.
NITI Aayog extends deadline for consultations on draft model concession agreement
The last date for providing comments on the draft model concession agreement has now been extended to February 10, 2020, it said. The earlier date was January 10, 2002. The Aayog is of the view that India has a dire shortage of qualified doctors and hence it is practically not possible for the central/state government to bridge the gap.
Siddaramaiah slams Centre for pushing Karnataka to bankruptcy
This week, the Central government approved second installment of Rs 699 crore for the flood relief work. With it, the total compensation amount for the state so far is Rs 1,869 crore, which both Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and former CM Siddaramaiah have said is inadequate.
Will expand Cabinet before my Davos visit: CM Yediyurappa
Days after indicating thathe may not travel to Davos to attend the World Economic Forum later this month, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Monday said he will be attending the global meet, and that the expansion of his ministry will take place before his foreign tour.
Centre to set up panel to examine issues on royalty rates for major minerals
The Centre has decided to set up an 11-member panel including mines secretaries from various states, to examine issues pertaining to the revision of rates of royalty for minerals.
Supreme Court asks Karnataka HC to finish Vijay Mallya's plea hearings in 6 months
UBHL and Mallya had appealed against the order to a division bench of the court. They had also sought a stay on the liquidation of assets till a final adjudication on the issue. The matter has been pending before the High Court.
BJP’s new MLAs fret amid delays in cabinet expansion
The combination of Yediyurappa cancelling his Delhi trip and tourism minister CT Ravi stating that the ministry expansion is unlikely before the Delhi Assembly polls (Feb 8) has added to the intrigue. “If what Ravi said is true, then it is totally unreasonable.
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