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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday lambasted former CM Siddaramaiah for allegedly enjoying political dividends on the policies of the central government during his tenure.
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During an interaction with industrialists after inaugurating Atria University and Green Future Summit in Bnegaluru on Saturday, the CM said renewable energy will be used as an alternative fuel to diesel and petrol in the state in the coming days.
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The EC took Cong's complaint seriously and suspended two senior IAS officers, along with 3 electoral officers at Shivajinagar, Mahadevapura and Chickpet constituencies, the former CM said.
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Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai states report on the displaced people of Sharavathi.
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Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], November 25 (ANI/NewsVoir): Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai today inaugurated AIAMA Expo 2022 - the most extensive International Agarbathi Expo & Conference at Palace Grounds in Bangalore. The event is organised by All India Agarbathi Manufacturing Associat
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Speaking after inaugurating the BGS GIMS Library and BGS Founder's Day here on Thursday, he said thinking logic is a student's step towards success and once a student always a student. "The first lesson in education is examination but in real life it is lesson first and the examination next.
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This comes after Bommai indulged in a war of words with Fadnavis over the border issue of the two states and called the remarks of the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister "provocative".
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After the implementation of the Cow Slaughter Act in the state, the killing of cows has come to a halt. However, he said that the authorities should join hands to save the progeny of cows by being vigilant in detecting illegal slaughterhouses in some parts and closing them permanently.
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Burning issues of the country must be discussed in the bar associations of Supreme Court, high courts and lower courts, said Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.
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While speaking to reporters at Halebeedu Helipad, he said the elephants which had come here following drought for many years have not returned, and other reasons for the jumbo attacks are human beings entering forests for some reasons and climate change.
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In a letter to Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai, Karnataka state president of AAP Prithvi Reddy demanded an all-party meeting in Karnataka to resolve the issue and requested him to allow a representative of AAP attend the meeting.
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Bommai said the people of this region agitated for 580 days in 2007 and 2008 seeking the implementation of the Upper Bhadra project but it was neglected by the previous governments.