Jayapralash Hegde appointed chairman of Karnataka Backward Classes Commission

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November 23, 2020

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Bengaluru, Nov 23: Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Monday appointed former MP K Jayaprakash Hegde as the Karnataka State Backward Classes Commission Chairman.

Mr Hedge, after winning the MP election thrice on Janata Dal (S), Congress and as independent candidate, joined BJP in 2017.

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January 8,2021

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Bengaluru, Jan 8: Sandalwood actress Radhika Kumaraswamy appeared before the Central Crime Branch (CCB) police on Friday for alleged links and money transactions with a man who had been arrested for duping government job aspirants, politicians and others.

She appeared before the CCB Police at Chamarajapet along with her brother.

Meanwhile, actress mobile phone has been seized by the police.

Officials had traced the call records and bank transactions between the arrested Yuvaraj and Radhika.

The actress said that the money was transferred to her by Yuvaraj for her role in a period film.

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January 12,2021

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Hubbballi, Jan 12: Former Karnataka Chief Minister and currently the opposition leader in the State Legislative Assembly, Mr Siddharamiah called upon his party workers to prepare themselves to fight against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government headed by Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa as it has "failed in all levels" to provide a good government in the state.

Addressing the divisional level Sankalp Samavesh of the Belgaum Division of the Congress party held here yesterday, Mr. Siddharamiah said time has come to unmask the failures of the BJP government. He said that the party workers, by launching the movement, make house to house visits and convince people that the BJP is misleading them by playing the Cow slaughter (Gau Hatya) and Hindutva Card. The Hindutva preached by the BJP is not the Hindutva preached by Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Vallabh Bhai Patel, he said and added that his party will not keep quiet any more.

The former chief minister alleged that while the Congress party was in power, the BJP accused us of neglecting the North Karnataka region and made tall promises with regard to Mahadai River Water issue. But, having come to power, they have failed to solve the Mahadai River Water and many other issues and misleading the people by playing the communal card.

Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee President D K Shivakumar, addressing the Conference said that this year will be treated as the year of fight and year of organizing the party. Throughout the year the party will organize Movement against the government and through which to become the voice of the people, he added.

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January 8,2021

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Bengaluru, Jan 8: Karnataka Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chauhan on Thursday urged citizens to use soaps, shampoos, incense sticks and other products made of cow dung and urine. This, he said, will help protect the cow.

“Besides milk, curd, butter and ghee, there are products made from cow dung and urine such as soap, shampoo, incense sticks, gaubhasma, panchagavya, vermicompost, gaunyle and pesticides. Citizens should use them more and cooperate in protecting the cow,” Chauhan said in a statement.

On January 5, the state government promulgated the Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Ordinance, which proposes hefty punishment for killing cattle while protecting those “acting in good faith” to save them.

“Officials have been directed to make sure that cows rescued from smuggling and slaughter are handed over to gaushalas,” Chauhan said.

“We’re getting details on the exact cost that will be incurred to protect and conserve cows under the new law, which will be discussed with the chief minister for further action,” he added.

Under the new law, slaughter of cattle will lead to imprisonment up to 3 to 7 years and a fine ranging from Rs 50,000 to Rs 5 lakh. Subsequent offences will attract imprisonment of up to 7 years and a fine from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 10 lakh.

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