'Court alone can decide on shifting Jayalalithaa'

Karnataka Government on Tuesday said the court alone can decide on the shifting of AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa to Tamil Nadu from a prison here where she is lodged after being convicted by a Special Court in the disproportionate assests case.

Karnataka govt announces cash rewards for Asiad medallistsc
Karnataka govt announces cash rewards for Asiad medallistsc

 Karnataka Government has announced a cash reward of Rs 10 lakh for state athletes who won gold medals at the recently held Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.

BJP asks Governor to reject Karnataka Govt recommendation

BJP`s state unit on Sunday requested Governor HR Bhardwaj to reject the Karnataka Government`s reported recommendation to nominate five party functionaries to the Legislative Council, alleging that it is violation of the Constitution.

Karnataka budget, it`s sports bonanza

In a bid to encourage sportspersons to scale new heights, Karnataka Government on Friday announced an award of Rs one crore for winners of gold medal in the Olympics from the state.

Govt mulls comprehensive amendments to PR Act

Karnataka Government is mulling comprehensive amendments to the state Panchayat raj Act to plug loopholes and make it more effective, Minister for Panchayat raj and Rural Development H K Patil said on Monday.

Jayalalithaa seeks PM`s immediate intervention on Cauvery issue

Tamil Nadu Chief MinisterJayalalithaa has sought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh`s immediate intervention on the Cauvery River water sharing issue.

30 kg rice at Rs one-a-kg set for launch in Karnataka

Karnataka government is launching on Wednesday its "game-changer" initiative to supply 30 kg of rice at Rs one to close one crore poor families.

Will put an end to moral policing in Dakshina Kannada district: Minister

Karnataka government would put an end to moral policing in Dakshina Kannada district, Home Minister KJ George said on Wednesday.

Siddaramaiah`s Rs 4,409.81-crore bonanza for poor

Acting swiftly on Congress` poll promises, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday announced Rs 4409.81-crore bonanza for the poor, SCs and STs, OBCs and minorities on the first day in office.

Ravivarma Kumar named Karnataka`s Advocate General

Senior advocate and noted constitutional expert Ravivarma Kumar has been appointed the new Advocate General of Karnataka.

Karnataka government plans world-class university

The Karnataka government on Wednesday said it is planning to establish a world-class university in the state in collaboration with the Union Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD).

Karnataka may get medical college in each district

Karnataka government plans to establish a medical college in each district of the state to ensure seats for meritorious students at subsidised rates and also offer quality health care facility.

Siddaramaiah keeps Finance, Industries and Energy

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has retained key portfolios of Finance, Industries and Energy, while K J George will be the new Home Minister.

Contempt petition filed in Ambedkar statue matter

A day after K`taka govt filed an affidavit seeking 2 more months to shift statue of Ambedkar, a contempt petition was filed by petitioner on Thursday.

Govt withdraws circular on hoisting of Kannada flag

Karnataka Government informed High Court that it has withdrawn its earlier circular making hoisting of Kannada flag compulsory on "Rajyotsava" day.

Private resorts in vicinity of sanctuaries to be shut: Karnataka Government

Karnataka Government has decided to order closure of all private commercial resorts located in the vicinity of wildlife sanctuaries in the state.

NCP will support people from Belgaum: Pichad

The NCP said they will provide all possible support to people from Belgaum, facing problems from the Karnataka government.

Farmers continue protest; wants CRA to review its order

A day after Karnataka government stopped release of water to Tamil Nadu citing low storage in KRS reservoir, farmers here said they would continue their dharna till the Cauvery River.

Karnataka exempts minority institutions from RTE

Karnataka Government on Friday decided to exempt religious and linguistic minority institutions from the ambit of Right to Education (RTE) laws if they have 75 percent of strength belonging these sections.

Minister threatens to pull down BJP govt if Gowda replaced

Municipal Administration Minister Bhalachandra Jarkiholi threatened to pull down the BJP govt if CM DV Sadananda Gowda was replaced.