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Bengaluru, 27 June 2020 [Fik/News Sources]: The Karnataka High Court has urged the state government to consider conducting online classes upto Class 5 for a few hours. The court observed that the government has to come up with a solution to conduct classes until a decision is made based on a report filed by an expert committee. The decision was made during a hearing challenging the ban on online classes in the state up to Class 5. The hearing of the has now been adjourned to June 29 by the HighRead More...
Bengaluru, 15 July 2020 [Fik/News Sources]: The NIA on Monday filed a charge sheet against 17 people who allegedly formed a terror group to carry out strikes in India and were involved in furthering the activities of ISIS in the southern states, an official said. The accused, including Mahboob Pasha, Khaja Moideen and M Sadiq Basha, have been charged under the relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code, the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Arms Act before a special NIA court in Bengaluru. The 17 key conspirators formed a terror group initiated by ISIS terrorists — Pasha of Bengaluru and Moideen of Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu — for furthering and perpetrating the activities of ISIS in India, especially in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, an NIA spokesperson said. Pasha, in association with Moideen and Basha, formedRead More...
Bengaluru, 05 Sep 2020 [Fik/News Sources]: The monsoon session of the Karnataka Assembly is set to be held from September 21 to 30 and legislators expect a packed and chaotic session with the ruling BJP expected to table over 10 bills for consideration. Among the bills that the BJP is considering tabling are the Kannada University Bill, Prohibition of Beggary Bill, Land Reforms Bill, APMC Reforms Bill, Electricity Reforms Bill among others are on the cards. Sources in the Congress said that the party approached the Speaker to extend the session to 14 days in order to give the Assembly time to discuss important bills but the session is set to go ahead according to the nine-day schedule drawn up. The Congress led by Leader of the Opposition and former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will raise the issue of a fair probeRead More...