Saffron activist-turned-film actor Surendra among three held for assault on BJP activists

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June 21, 2018

Bantwal, Jun 21: Bantwal police today arrested three persons including Tulu film actor Surendra Bhandary for their alleged involvement in a case of an attempt to murder three persons in Baddakatte in Bantwal on June 11.

The trio was accused of assaulting Bharatiya Janata Party activists Ganesh, Pushparaj and Charan at a hotel in Badakatte.

Ganesh and Pushparaj were admitted to a hospital. The assault was prompted by the alleged ransacking of a saloon owned by a person close to Mr. Bhandary on June 10, by notorious Bajrang Dal activist Bhuvith Shetty and his associates. Mr. Bhandary was reportedly at large following the assault.

A team of the District Crime Investigation Branch sleuths, led by Police Inspector Sunil Nayak, on Thursday arrested Mr. Bhandary (37) and Satish Kulal (37) from a hideout in Pachhanadka in Mangaluru. The team also arrested Prithviraj J. Shetty (35) of Kumble in Kasaragod for allegedly sheltering the accused involved in the assault.

Bhandary, who was once known as a hardline saffron activist, has been involved in several criminal cases in the district. However, due to personal differences with some leaders he had distanced himself from the Sangh Parivar. Recently he had acted as a villian in the Tulu film Chaali Polilu.

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November 19,2020
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Bengaluru, Nov 19: The Karnataka government said on Thursday it is aiming to mould the state into a $300 billion digital economy in the next five years.

It is also targeting to garner 50 per cent market share of India's bio-economy (biotechnology-economy) by 2025.

"One of the key goals of the State is to achieve 50 per cent market share of the national bio-economy target of 100 billion US dollars by the year 2025 and necessary steps have already been taken," Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said at Bengaluru Tech Summit.

Deputy Chief Minister and the Minister for IT, BT and S&T, C N Ashwath Narayan said, "we will mould Karnataka from the present 52 billion dollar digital economy into a 300 billion dollar digital economy in the next five years."

This would be a strong contribution to the one trillion USD dollar digital economy target set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Narayan said.

To realise the goal, the State government has instituted the Karnataka Digital Economy Mission (KDM).

This is a technology mission to further accelerate and promote the growth of the State's digital economy, the Minister said.

"KDM will use the 'Invest India' model to build global linkages for promoting Karnataka's tech industry and enhancing the states brand equity," he said.

"With this initiative, we are targeting revenue of $150 billion in IT exports alone in the next five years," Narayan told the Summit, the State's flagship technology event.

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Media Release
November 20,2020

To give students an insight into future competitive exams, irrespective of the field they pursue, CFAL is conducting an All-India level Scholarship Exam, Mangalore Talent Search Contest (MTSC) on December 06, 2020.

 The objective of this exam is to identify students who have the ability to clear National and international level exams, and also give them exposure to the kind of questions asked in these exams.  The last time India gave the PISA test in 2009, only students from Himachal Pradesh and Tamil Naidu attended the test and it ranked 72nd among 73 countries. Since then, there are a lot more changes done, and the current NEP is one of the steps to improve the quality of education in the country. India will try to give the PISA test in 2021 and probably will be restricted to the students of KV, Sainik schools and the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya. The MTSC gives exposure to students on the kinds of questions that are asked in those exams, its test the student’s critical thinking, logical reasoning, approach and concepts at various levels. It will be a centre-less exam, meaning that test takers do not have to go anywhere and can attend it from the comfort of their houses.

Students are required to register for free on www.learn.ignus.in, after which a User ID/password will be sent to them. To familiarize students with the test module, access will also be given to the previous years’ question papers once a student registers.

The questions will test the knowledge in Environmental science, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning for Class 5th and 6th  and students of Class 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th will be tested in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Logical reasoning. The Top students will be eligible for prizes worth Rs. 1, 00,000/- and scholarships to various programs at CFAL. All the registered students will also receive career guidance and mentoring sessions on how to prepare for other national level exams.

With India preparing to appear in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) in 2021, exams like TIMSS and PIRLS and the New Education Policy emphasising on students’ participation at International competitions like Olympiads, examinations like MTSC aim to give students the right exposure to prepare them for such contests. MTSC will help students determine their strengths and understand where they stand at the national level, besides it also helps schools address their areas of improvement and suggest ways on how they could improve to help students succeed in International exams.

For further information contact:

CFAL, Bejai- Kapikad, Mangaluru

Phone: 9900520233

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November 24,2020

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Bengaluru, Nov 24: Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday sounded a 'yellow alert' in the South Interior Districts of Karnataka, predicting heavy rain on November 25 and 26.

The IMD has predicted heavy rain in Bengaluru Urban, Bengaluru Rural, Kolar Mysuru, Mandya, Ramnagara, Chamarjaanagar and Tumakuru districts due to depression over the bay of Bengal which is forecasted to turn into a cyclonic storm.

Bengaluru especially the low-lying areas of the city are at higher risk of flooding due to the expected heavy spells of rains and thunder because of the storm and widespread rain, according to release issued here.

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