Medical, Paramedical colleges in Karnataka reopen after 9 months

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December 1, 2020

Bengaluru, Dec 1: All Medical and Paramedical Colleges in Karnataka reopened on Tuesday after a gap of nine months during which they had remained shut due to the lockdown imposed for checking the transmission of the coronavirus.

The Karnataka government allowed the colleges to reopen provided they follow the safety guidelines without fail.
Dental, AYUSH, Nursing and Pharmacy Colleges have also been reopened from today onwards.

Besides the reopening of medical and paramedical colleges, the state government has already reopened the degree, diploma, and engineering colleges from November 17 onwards.

Karnataka Minister for Health and Medical Education, Dr K Sudhakar had ordered the opening of the medical colleges.

According to sources in the Directorate of medical education, all necessary precautions have been taken in the medical colleges such as usage of face masks, hand sanitisers, and maintaining physical distance.

The state government has asked the faculty, staff, and students to produce a negative RT-PCR test report to attend the classes. The medical colleges across the country have been reopened as per the order of the central government.

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January 14,2021

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Vijayapura, Jan 14:  Former union minister and incumbent MLA Basanagouda Patil Yatnal have claimed that three legislators, who have been blackmailing with some secret CDs of B S Yediyurappa, were made ministers, throwing seniority and honesty to the wind.

The Bijapur City BJP MLA who has been critical of Yediyurapa’s style of functioning, told reporters here, “Yediyurappa has made three legislators, including his political secretary, ministers. All three were blackmailing the chief minister through his relative using some secret CDs. The political secretary who was made a minister today, apart from CD blackmail, had paid an undisclosed money to CM’s son B Y Vijayendra.”

“In fact all three, who became ministers today, had met me at a guest house in Nelamangala four months back. They had said that they were ready to spend hundreds of crores to bring down CM Yediyurappa,” Yatnal said.

The regional and caste imbalance is evident in the Cabinet expansion. Also, Yediyurappa did not consider seniority and honesty, Yatnal lamented.

The CM and his family have hijacked the BJP in Karnataka. In Yediyurappa’s family, there’s a chief minister, a Lok Sabha member and a BJP state vice-president. The prime minister should end this dynastic politics and thereby send across a strong message...” he said.

Continuing his tirade against the chief minister, Yatnal said, “Yediyurappa is using Lingayat mutts to blackmail the BJP high command. He has given Rs 83 crore to various mutts and seers two months back to rebel against the BJP if he was dethroned as CM,” he charged.

“You (Yediyurappa) are facing corruption charges and the high court has fined you in three cases. You should resign on moral grounds, he said adding that from Uttarayana BSY’s end will begin and a new era will start in Karnataka under PM Modi.

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January 9,2021

Mangaluru, Jan 10: Unidentified miscreants set two makeshift beef stalls ablaze in Olapete, Thokottu, in the early hours of Saturday. A case has been registered at Ullal police station.

Vinay A Gaonkar, DCP (crime and traffic), said several temporary shops, which will soon be shifted to a permanent place, were operating in Olapete, and they included a few beef stalls.

N Shashi Kumar, police commissioner, Mangaluru, along with a team of cops and officials from other departments, visited the spot on Saturday. 

Ayyub Manchila, vice-president, Ullal City Municipal Council, said all the shops were running under a valid licence. The incident may have taken place around 3am. New arrangements will be made for the vendors.

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January 7,2021

Bengaluru, Jan 7: Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Lakshman Savadi, who is also Minister for Transport, on Thursday assured that the demands of the KSRTC employees would be fulfilled very soon.

Speaking to reporters here, he said that a Committee has been formed to look into the demands and it has already begun discussion. Very soon the government will find a solution to the workers demands.

Travelling public faced hardship as KSRTC workers staged agitation throughout the State for four days demanding, among other things, to consider them as State government employees. The government had agreed to some of the demands, however, not agreed to make them government employees.

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