Will conduct CET exams as per HC order: Karnataka deputy CM

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July 29, 2020

Bengaluru, Jul 29: State officials will conduct Common Entrance Test (CET) exam as per the instructions given by the state high court, said Karnataka deputy chief minister CN Ashwathnarayan on Tuesday.

"Officials have informed that they are all set to conduct exams on July 30 and 31. We will put this matter in front of the high court. As per the instructions of the high court, we will move forward," said Ashwathnarayan.

This comes after Karnataka High court asked the state government to reconsider the decision of conducting the CET exam.

"...I had called an emergency meeting with district collectors, officials of education, transport, health, police department. And, I took information about the preparedness for conducting the CET exam," he added.

Karnataka CET Exam is a state-level entrance exam organised for providing admissions in Engineering, Pharmacy, B Pharma and other courses offered by colleges and institutions located in the state.

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January 14,2021

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Mysuru, Jan 14: Former Karnataka chief minister and Opposition Leader in the Legislative Assembly Siddaramaiah on Thursday challenged Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa to file a criminal case in connection with allegations that the he gave ministerial berths to those who blackmailed him with secret information on CDs.

Speaking to reporters here on Thursday, he said, "If the CD allegation is false, then let the Chief Minister file a criminal case."

Senior BJP member Basanagouda Patil Yatnal, who has been critical of Yediyurapa’s style of functioning, had alleged that a few were made Cabinet Ministers yesterday as they blackmailed the CM with a CD full of secret information.

"BJP leaders have themselves alleged that the Yediyurappa was blackmailed over Cabinet ministers' post, which means there is something and the truth must come out," Siddaramaiah said.

“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 amount of money to CM’s son B Y Vijayendra," Yatnal had said.

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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 9,2021

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Udupi, Jan 9: Three people including a couple from Udupi’s Kundapur taluk lost their lives in a head-on collision between two cars today at Rangenahalli in Tarikere taluk of Chikkamagaluru district.

The tragedy took place when Anil Kumar and Ashwini were heading to Bengaluru along with their 11-month-old daughter. When they reached Rangenahalli their car involved in a collision with an oncoming car. 

The couple and their car driver lost their lives in the mishap. The child survived miraculously. 

The impact of the collision was such that the car from Kundapur was reduced into a bundle of metals while the front portion of the other car also damaged completely. Two occupants of the other car suffered injuries. 

A case has been registered at jurisdictional Lakkavalli police station.

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