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- Social Novel (Hindu, V. Gopalakrishna, Apr 18, 2006)
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- The Currency For Carbon Trading (Business Line, Almitra Patel, Apr 18, 2006)
Developed countries have agreed that if their industries cannot reduce carbon emissions themselves in their own countries, they will pay others like India (a signatory to the Kyoto Protocol) to do it for them.
- Safeguard Interests Of Consumers, Says Deve Gowda (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 18, 2006)
District Consumers' Dispute Redressal Forum building inaugurated in Hassan
No let up in exploitation of consumers, says Karjol
Deve Gowda hailed for helping farmers of north Karnataka
The consumers' forum has disposed of 2,704 of the . . .
- Vidya Poshak Plans To Disburse Rs. 1.5 Crore Aid To Poor Students (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 18, 2006)
3,500 students to be provided assistance in 2006-07
Rs. 25 lakh to be invested in libraries and learning centers
Volunteers of the organisation will visit the houses of the applicants
- `Press Demand For According Classical Status To Kannada' (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 17, 2006)
The language is over 2,000 years old: scholar
- Kpsc Selects 153 Officials In Eight Months (Hindu, Alladi Jayasri , Apr 17, 2006)
It is a record of sorts going by the commission's standards
KPSC's main examination was held from July 23 to August 3, 2005
Interviews were conducted from March 20 to April 15
Temporary selection list to be notified on Monday
- The Power Of Public Opinion (Pioneer, Arun Nehru, Apr 17, 2006)
The polling in Assam is over and the results will be announced in a month. Expectedly, before the 'numbers' are made public, 'alliances' will be struck and power sharing agreements signed between parties that contested the election.
- Art (Deccan Herald, Marta Jakimowicz, Apr 17, 2006)
Ditmar Bollaert is a Belgian photographer who has travelled extensively in India, especially the South. His Indian images, which are currently on view at Time & Space (April 7 to 19), probe the manifestations of the spiritual in the raw matter . . .
- Music (Deccan Herald, V Subramanya , Apr 17, 2006)
Sree Rama Seva Mandali, Chamarajpet: This prestigious Ramotsava organisation is conducting cultural programmes at the special pandal situated at the Fort High School grounds, with not only music (vocal and instrumental, Karnatic and Hindustani) . . .
- Hooliganism Unleashed (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Apr 17, 2006)
Bangaloreans live with the knowledge that that dreaded entity, known as the “Rajkumar fan,” can strike anytime, anywhere, at the slightest of provocations, and throw normal life completely out of gear.
- New Jd(u)chief Hopes To Take Gowda Along (Deccan Herald, B S Arun, Apr 16, 2006)
Newly elected Janata Dal (United) President Sharad Yadav has the strengthening of the party in Karnataka and Jharkhand as one of his top priorities.
- The Tragedy Of Want In India (Deccan Herald, K S Narayanan, Apr 16, 2006)
Poverty has always dogged India’s heels, although the situation has improved over time.
- Karunanidhi's Poser To Jayalalithaa (Hindu, A.V. Ragunathan, Apr 15, 2006)
How can you make Tamil Nadu number one State in the country, he asks
Says Jayalalithaa violated rule by buying TANSI land
Farmers subjected to hardships under AIADMK regime, he alleges
Says Jayalalithaa violated rule by buying TANSI land
- Utterly Shameful (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Apr 15, 2006)
Kannada film star Dr Rajkumar wasn’t only a renowned actor and a versatile singer, he was also a humble man who led a principled life.
- Naxal Bid To Extend Sway In South Cause For Concern (Hindu, VINAY KUMAR, Apr 15, 2006)
Emphasis on planning on the lines of the military
Increasing attacks on rail infrastructure
Multiple attacks on police, security apparatus
Affected States to launch joint operations
- Long Live The Government! (Tribune, Amar Chandel, Apr 15, 2006)
There was a time when news reports and political analyses about a government’s performance were published on completion of one year in office. Gradually, this period came down to 100 days.
- A Winner At The End (Telegraph, RAMACHANDRA GUHA , Apr 15, 2006)
Why Amartya Sen should become the next president of India
- 1990 Revisited (Pioneer, Hiranmay Karlekar, Apr 15, 2006)
Mr Vishwanath Pratap Singh, then Prime Minister of India, announced in Parliament the Union Government's decision to reserve 27 per cent of all jobs in Central Government offices and establishments and central public sector undertakings for . . .
- Software Cos Take A $40-Million Hit (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 15, 2006)
The one-day shutdown that Bangalore witnessed after thespian Rajkumar’s death wreaked heavy loss on software companies in the city.
- Police To Probe Violence Following Rajkumar's Death (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 15, 2006)
Investigation will tackle `conspiracy' angle, says Ajai Kumar Singh
563 people have been arrested and 43 cases registered
It will be ascertained whether those arrested
- Cancellation Of Yatra Seen As Right Decision (Hindu, Nagesh Prabhu , Apr 15, 2006)
Continuing with Advani's yatra would not have been appropriate, says party
Cancellation was a disappointment to State party leaders
Yatra was to have covered Bijapur, Bagalkot, Hubli and Bellary districts
The districts are represented by BJP MPs
- Karunanidhi Promises To Fulfil All Demands Of Farmers (Hindu, A.V. Ragunathan, Apr 15, 2006)
He says Jayalalithaa violated rule by buying TANSI land
Says Jayalalithaa violated rule by buying TANSI land
Farmers subjected to hardships under AIADMK regime, he alleges
- Virus In The System (Indian Express, JOHNSON T A, Apr 15, 2006)
How did a ‘gentle’ film star like Rajkumar — best known for playing saints and social reformers — spawn a legion of raving fans in a state and city known for being laid back, accommodating and cosmopolitan?
- Advani Yatra To Resume From Guntakal Today (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 15, 2006)
BJP leader L K Advani, who cancelled the Karnataka leg of Bharat Suraksha Yatra following the death of Kannada icon Rajkumar, would fly to Ananthpur in Andhra Pradesh on Saturday and resume his journey from Guntakal on the Andhra-Karnataka border.
- Peace Returns On Bangalore Streets, Govt Under Fire (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 15, 2006)
The state capital returned to normal today as peace was restored on the streets but the toll in the police firing yesterday went up to seven.
- When All Hell Broke Loose (Deccan Herald, Bidanda M Chengappa, Apr 15, 2006)
Brand Bangalore is in jeopardy – the police failed to protect citizens, and the government machinery collapsed on Wednesday and Thursday
- Jd (S)-Bjp Govt Should Resign’ (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 15, 2006)
The Opposition in Karnataka on Friday demanded a judicial or CBI inquiry into the violence in the wake of matinee idol Rajkumar’s demise, that claimed eight lives, and the resignation of the new coalition government.
- The Huge Hidden Costs Of Strikes Are Missed (The Financial Express, YRK REDDY, Apr 15, 2006)
Officials of State Bank of India (SBI) have reportedly said that the recent strike cost the bank enormously.
- Low-Key Ambedkar Jayanti Celebrations In Hubli-Dharwad (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 15, 2006)
Dalit organisations cancel processions owing to Rajkumar's death
- Working On A Bandh Day (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Apr 14, 2006)
Some years ago, there was this vivid photograph published in a newspaper of children playing cricket on a main road in Kolkata where the vehicular traffic had stopped for the nonce because of a bandh.
- Thirst For Profit (Frontline, P. SAINATH, Apr 14, 2006)
The corporate hijack of water is on and if the current trend continues, India's water sources will be in private hands before long.
- Mad With Grief (Hindustan Times, Editorial, HindustanTimes, Apr 14, 2006)
On thursday, Karnataka should have been mourning the death of one of its most popular and revered figures.
- Jd(u) To Remain In Nda (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 14, 2006)
Fernandes will continue as convener
- Of Plastic Rain And Tigers (Deccan Herald, VIJAY NAMBISAN, Apr 14, 2006)
Tourists cannot afford to pollute the environment with plastic bags and biscuit wrappers
- Not Just A Star, An Icon (Indian Express, R. Shankar, Apr 14, 2006)
If all of Karnataka was in shock and disbelief over the death of thespian, Dr Rajkumar, it is because he performed a role bigger than that of a conventional film actor.
- The Quintessential Kannada Icon (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Apr 14, 2006)
Film stars rising to the status of cult figures has been a phenomenon witnessed in most of the southern States.
- New Organisation To Work For Development Of Belgaum District (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 14, 2006)
`Efforts of elected representatives to get budgetary allocations for development yieldedvery little results'
- Exit Of A Legend (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Apr 13, 2006)
The thespian epitomised the image of a true Kannadiga
- Advani’S Yatra Cancelled (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 13, 2006)
The Karnataka leg of the ‘Bharath Suraksha Yatra’ of former deputy prime minister and senior BJP leader L K Advani has been cancelled due to death of Kannada matinee idol Rajkumar.
- Rajkumar: The Making Of A Cultural Icon (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Apr 13, 2006)
Over the years, Rajkumar came to symbolise the pride and honour of Kannadigas more than any political stalwart, social worker or litterateur.
- Cauvery Issue: Karnataka, Tamil Nadu Farmers To Come . . . (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 13, 2006)
After six rounds of talks, efforts are now on to draft a distress formula
The distress formula is being drafted by irrigation and agriculture experts
Mutual visits of farmers' leaders have removed misgivings over the irrigation practices
- Rajkumar, Doyen Of Kannada Cinema, Passes Away (Hindu, A. Jayaram, Apr 13, 2006)
Dr. Rajkumar, the doyen of Kannada cinema and citizen extraordinaire of Karnataka, died at a hospital here on Wednesday following cardiac arrest, plunging the State in gloom.
- Veerappan's Widow To Contest Polls (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 13, 2006)
Forest brigand Veerappan's widow Muthulakshmi will contest Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu from the Pennagaram constituency as an independent candidate.
- Mallikarjun Kharge Accuses Deve Gowda, Kumaraswamy . . . (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 13, 2006)
The former Prime Minister's main aim was to make his son Chief Minister'
Deve Gowda warned against helping the BJP grow in the State
Kharge condemns Advani for taking out rath yatras
Parameshwara honoured on his appointment to the Congress Working C
- Sc On Daily Wagers (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Apr 12, 2006)
No right to claim regularisation
- Why A Re-Think On Gm Crops Is Needed (Business Line, Aldas Janaiah, Apr 12, 2006)
The Government must review rigorously and re-position its policy on extending approval to MNC-owned GM crop varieties.
- Performance Criteria Essential (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Apr 12, 2006)
Vinayshil Gautam stresses on the growing need for advancing organizational efficiency through IT
- Siddaramaiah Warns Of Power Shortage In Karnataka (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 12, 2006)
`Yediyurappa failed to allocate adequate funds to core sectors such as power'
AIPJD leader says
Karnataka has the potential to generate 8,000 mega watts of hydro-electric power
The installed capacity can produce only 4,000 mega watts of . . .
- Kumaraswamy Promises Support For Uplift Of Muslims In State (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 12, 2006)
Announces proposal to have a member from the community in the KPSC
- Growing Opposition To Government's Move To Take Over Wholesale Liquor Trade (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 12, 2006)
Yediyurappa comes under pressure to cancel order
The announcement was made in the State Budget for 2006-07
Licences to be cancelled from July 1
Coalition partner JD(S) said to be against move
- Almost All Karnataka Bjp Leaders To Join Advani's Yatra (Hindu, A. Jayaram, Apr 12, 2006)
Bharat Suraksha Yatra will enter the State this afternoon
The yatra will pass through the party's strongholds
Advani to address first public meeting at Bijapur
- It May Not Make A Difference In Bihar' (Business Line, Rasheeda Bhagat , Apr 11, 2006)
"Talks about IT, for example, is for the consumption of some people... My understanding of the Bihar economy is such that these things will not make much difference."
- Customers Mob B’Lore Sbi Branches (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 11, 2006)
The morning after the week-long strike by the State Bank of India employees was called off, the bank’s branches in the City on Monday opened to long queues ....
- Minister Gives It City A ‘Health’ Tag (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 11, 2006)
The State Government is committed to provide telemedicine facility in all 27 districts of the State, said Health Minister R Ashok.
- Action Demanded Against Goa For Dumping Toxic Waste In Karnataka (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 11, 2006)
The Gram Panchayat in Londa town, Khanapur taluk, and several residents of the town have urged the Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court and his companion judges to initiate action against the persons responsible for dumping highly toxic effluents,
- Hubli Lawyers Told To Convince High Court On Circuit Bench (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 11, 2006)
Kumaraswamy inspects WALMI premises; lawyers call off protest
Tender process for construction of building to continue
Work scheduled to start on July 10
- Water Conservation (Hindu, T. Ramakrishnan, Apr 11, 2006)
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- Social Activist (Hindu, K. S. Parthasarathy, Apr 11, 2006)
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- Iskcon Temple Anniversary Celebrations From Tomorrow (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 10, 2006)
The 13-day festival will conclude with `Dhwaja Avarohana' on April 23
- Karnataka High Court Judgments To Be Posted On The Internet Soon (Hindu, B.S. Ramesh , Apr 10, 2006)
Initially, only reported judgments of the court will be available
The `Net' initiative is among the computer savvy solutions that the court wishes to adopt
The plan will greatly benefit advocates and litigants
There is a move to link the . . .
- University Teachers' Union Demands Strengthening Of Grant-In-Aid System (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 10, 2006)
The Government has failed in making recruitments, alleges federation
Plea to protect service conditions of teachers in unaided institutions
Comprehensive higher education policy sought
- Child Marriages (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Apr 10, 2006)
SC to streamline the law to check them
- Get Back To Work (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Apr 10, 2006)
The govt must not allow itself to be held to ransom again
- Cet: Moving Towards Another Definition (Deccan Herald, Vijesh Kamath, Apr 10, 2006)
This isn’t the first time that the state government is experimenting with a piece of legislation to regulate admissions in private professional colleges
- Poor Health (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Apr 08, 2006)
Preventive action is necessary to check epidemics
- Create Mobile Legal Aid System For Rural Litigants: Kalam (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 08, 2006)
President tells judges to encourage out-of-court settlement in villages
Network all dispute-resolving systems
Make important judgments accessible to young lawyers
Take a re-look at cases pending for several years
- State Can Go Ahead With Metro Rail Project, Says Jaipal Reddy (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 08, 2006)
FICCI holds convention on urban reforms with public-private linkages
- Cet Cell Clarifies On Allocation Of Seats (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 08, 2006)
`No basis for criticism of Bill on this count'
- Of Ur, Office Of Profit And English (Deccan Herald, K Subrahmanya, Apr 07, 2006)
Dr U R Ananthamurthy’s presence is needed to create an awareness about the importance of English
- Remembering Thimayya (Deccan Herald, Bidanda M Chengappa, Apr 07, 2006)
Gen Thimayya gained international stature through his association with the UN and thereby helped to shape the image of the country abroad.
- Advani Rath Starts Rolling (Deccan Herald, Parag Rabade, Apr 07, 2006)
BJP leader L K Advani on Thursday commenced his Bharat Suraksha Yatra from this BJP fortress in Saurashtra, by appealing to the Muslims in the country to offer the disputed land in Ayodhya to Hindus for the construction of a Lord Rama temple.
- Cm Delegation To Meet Pm (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 07, 2006)
Chief Minister H D Kumaaraswamy on Thursday agreed to lead an all-party delegation to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to seek release of 7.56 tmc ft of water by Goa from Mahadayi river to Karnataka, for drinking water purposes.
- Courting Justice For 50 Years (Deccan Herald, Krishna Prasad, Apr 07, 2006)
The Karnataka High Court began in the second half of the 19th century with just three judges and 925 cases. One-and-a-half century since then, today it has 36 judges, including the Chief Justice and nearly one lakh cases in its files.
- Songbird's Big Day (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 07, 2006)
Noted folk singer Appagere Thimmaraju will be presented with the Janapada Jogi award tomorrow by Hombale Pratibharanga and Lahari Recording Company.
- Murthy, Premji Join Kumaraswamy To Promote Brand Bangalore (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 07, 2006)
Sharing a platform for the first time with Infosys chief mentor N.R. Narayan Murthy, Wipro chairman Azim Premji and finance minister
- `Brand Bangalore Will Be Promoted' (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 07, 2006)
Government will give all help to IT industry: Kumaraswamy
- All Houses Will Have Toilets By March 2007: Panchayat Official (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 06, 2006)
Incentive increased to Rs. 1,500 from Rs. 500 each for constructing toilets
70,084 families do not have toilets in Dakshina Kannada
Rs. 1.90 lakh released to implement Total Sanitation Campaign
Interest free loan proposed under the campaign
- India Should Adopt Brazilian Model To Check Spread Of Birdflu (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 06, 2006)
India could adopt the Brazilian model while formulating steps to check spread of birdflu to other parts of the country, according to poultry and veterinary scientists.
- Metro Crosses Another Hurdle (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 06, 2006)
In a decision that could lead to faster approval of the Bangalore Metro project by the Centre, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday accepted the recommendation of the Group of Ministers (GoM) that operation and maintenance of metro rail systems and the . . .
- Incidence Of Hiv Cases On The Decline In Southern States (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 06, 2006)
`While 7.70 lakh people in India needed ARV treatment, less than 40,000 might be actually receiving it'
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