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Hubballi: HDMC has instructed all abattoirs and shops to be shut on October 2 on account of Gandhi Jayanti. In a press release, The health officer has said if meat shops are opened on the said day, their licences will be cancelled by the corporation and strict action will be taken as per government rules.
Teen collapses at school while writing exam, dies
Bagalkot: A 15-year-old boy allegedly died of cardiac arrest while writing his mid-term examination in Hulyal village, Jamkhandi taluk, on Friday. It is said that Rahul Kolkar, 15, from Inam Hanchinal was writing examination at Shambhulingeshwar Middle School in Hulyal village and collapsed in the exam hall. A teacher took him to the hospital immediately but he breathed his last on the way. Doctors in Jamkhandi said that the teen had cardiac issues since his childhood.
Opening of new liquor shops opposed
Hubballi: Akhila Karnataka Jana Jagruthi Vedike has warned the government with an agitation if it intends to open new liquor shops across the state. Vedike state president Rajanna Koravi told reporters here on Saturday that the government has decided to open liquor shops in areas with a population of more than 3,000. “If the move happens, many families will be affected as men will spend their hard-earned money on liquor. Also, Karnataka may become a state of drunkards,” he said, adding: “We request the government to withdraw its decision and implement pro-people programmes for the welfare of the state. In case the state government fails to withdraw its decision on liquor shops, we will launch state-wide agitation.”
Placement drive on Oct 6, 7
Hubballi: Alva’s Education Foundation will organise the 13th edition of Alva’s Pragati, a placement drive, on October 6 and 7 at Alva’s Vidyagiri campus in Moodbidri. Prasad Shetty, HoD of PG studies, journalism, told reporters here on Saturday that more than 200 companies would take part in the job fair. Candidates should register at Accommodation will be arranged for outstation candidates, he said. The participating companies are from sectors like BFSI (banking, financial services and insurance), IT, ITeS, manufacturing, sales and retail, hospitality, telecommunication, health, media, construction, education and NGOs.
E-purse services extended
Hubballi: NWKRTC has extended its e-purse services to Hubballi-Dharwad city and suburban buses and has announced 10% discount for the outward journey made within 2 hours of first journey. Divisional controller, Hubballi-Dharwad city division has said in a press release that e-purse smart cards, issued for HDBRTS services, are already getting bonus of 10% for top up amount. “Same cards can be utilised for Hubballi-Dharwad city and suburban buses. For instance, if a smart card holder travels from Chhebbi to Hubballi and if he catches another bus to Dharwad within two hours of first ticket issued, they will get 10% discount for the next journey. This initiative is aimed to encourage cashless transactions and avoid change issue between conductors and passengers,” the release added.
Seminar on fundamental rights conducted
Kalaburagi: We fight for our rights but always forget our duties, which is not right. We should focus on duties too, said supreme court justice Aravind Kumar. He was speaking at a special seminar organised by Vijnaneshwar Pratishthan and VB Deshpandey Memorial Trust about ‘Fundamental Rights-Values’. The event was conducted at SM Pandt Rang Mandir in Kalaburagi city on Saturday. Governor of Bihar Rajendra Aralikar chaired the seminar and former MP of Kalaburagi Basavaraj Patil Sedam were present.
Jigajinagi ready to give up LS segment to JD(S)
Vijayapura: BJP Vijayapura MP Ramesh Jigajinagi has stated that he will give up the constituency to JD(S), if high command instructs him. Speaking to reporters here on Saturday, Jigajinagi said he has no objection if the party assigns the constituency to JD(S). Welcoming the alliance withJD(S), he said that it will bring JD(S) votes to the BJP and strengthen it. “Revolt of Muslim leaders in JD(S) is an internal affair of that party and we cannot comment on it,” he added. Speaking about his performance as an MP, he said he has brought funds of Rs 1,311 crore for various works like goods shed, platform, railway over bridge and others.
Will join Cong: Lamani
Gadag: Former BJP MLA from Shirahatti SC constituency Ramanna Lamani is all set to join Congress party soon. Speaking to reporters in Shirahatti on Saturday, Lamani, who was denied ticket by BJP in the previous assembly elections, said that he had taken up many development works during his two tenures as MLA. “I worked for decades to strengthen the BJP in the district. However, it denied me the ticket and chosen Dr Chandru Lamani, who always maintains distance from the party workers,” he alleged. He asserted that he will join Congress soon along with Mudigere’s former MLA Kumaraswamy.

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