Karnataka home minister Araga Jnanendra on Tuesday told the state assembly that the inquiry by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) into the police sub-inspector recruitment scam is transparent and that the High court has appreciated the way the probe was conducted.Read Less
Probe into PSI recruitment scam transparent: Minister
The Karnataka home minister Araga Jnanendra on Tuesday told the State Assembly that the inquiry by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) into the police sub-inspector recruitment scam is transparent and that the High Court has appreciated the way the probe was conducted.
The Opposition Congress has been demanding a judicial probe into the scam by a sitting High Court judge.
Hyderabad: Man held for printing fake notes
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Congress says it has appointed Naveen Sharma as Joint Secretary, AICC attached with AICC in-charge Gujarat with the responsibility of the Control Room for Gujarat Assembly elections 2022.
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“One person has been detained. Action will be taken against the accused woman. I appeal to villagers to maintain peace,” said Birbhum SP
EOW summons actor Jacqueline Fernandez’s designer Leepakshi for questioning in the Sukesh Chandrashekhar Rs 200 crore scam case tomorrow.
5,000 police constable vacancies to be filled up this year: K’taka Home Minister
Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Tuesday informed the Legislative Assembly that there are 9,432 police constable vacancies in the state, and 5,000 among them will be filled up this year. The Minister was responding to a question on shortage of police constables in the state raised by BJP MLA Preetham Gowda in the Legislative Assembly, during the question hour.
“When our government came to power the police vacancy in the state was about 22,000… at one point in time out of total 1 lakh police there was about 35,000 vacancy, but today the vacancy is only 9,432,” Jnanendra said.
Cricket fans arrive at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali, for the 1st T20I between India and Australia
BJP workers stage protest in front of the North Bengal University Gate against TMC govt over School Service Commission (SSC) scam in which former Chairman of SSC and presently North Bengal University VC Dr. Subires Bhattacharyya was arrested by CBI
Bengaluru, Karnataka: Former PM Indira Gandhi used to wear a ‘pallu’, even the President of India wears a pallu, this is culture of India. Is that ‘ghoonghat’ a conspiracy by PFI? Whether it’s hijab or pallu, it’s the same: JD(S) state president CM Ibrahim
Three people with ISIS links have been identified by Shivamogga Police. Out of them, two people have been arrested and search is on for the third suspect.
Karnataka Hijab Row: Solicitor General Tushar Mehta says, suppose the Bar Council of India tomorrow prohibits ‘Tilak’, then it’ll have to go unless we can show it is an essential religious practice, which it is not.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta says, in Vedshala and Pathshala, one can wear dhoti etcetera, but there cannot be dress showing religious identity in secular education institutes.
Supreme Court bench assembles after lunch to resume the hearing on petitions against Karnataka high court verdict which upheld the Hijab ban in educational institutions
SG Mehta says, the circular is in religion-neutral direction, uniforms must be implemented by students of all religions
SC continues hearing the petitions against Karnataka HC verdict which upheld the Hijab ban in educational institutions. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the respondent, submits Karnataka Govt’s order recommending that all students will wear the prescribed uniform
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