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Karnataka CM to seek trust vote on July 18

BENGALURU: Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy will seek a vote of confidence of the state Assembly on July 18, against the backdrop of 16 MLAs of the ruling Congress and JD(S) tendering their resignation.

Karnataka BJP to disrupt Assembly if no trust vote

BENGALURU:  The opposition BJP has decided to disrupt the Karnataka Assembly session if Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy does not move the trust vote to prove his fledgling coalition government has majority, a party official said on Monday.

Delhi HC to hear plea on electricity bill calculation

NEW DELHI:  The Delhi High Court will on July 17 hear a plea seeking tweaking in the regulations relating to the calculation of the electricity tariffs in the national capital.

Big push likely for PSU asset monetisation in Budget

NEW DELHI:  Governments asset monetisation programme involving development and sale of surplus land parcel and other non-core assets of public sector enterprises (PSEs) is expected to be big focus of Budget 2019-20 that is constrained to look at various innovative models to mobilise additional resources amidst a slowing economy.

Big push likely for PSU asset monetisation in Budget

NEW DELHI:  Governments asset monetisation programme involving development and sale of surplus land parcel and other non-core assets of public sector enterprises (PSEs) is expected to be big focus of Budget 2019-20 that is constrained to look at various innovative models to mobilise additional resources amidst a slowing economy.

Kashmiri Pandit diaspora seeks restorative justice

NEW DELHI:  A delegation of the Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora (GKPD) called on Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Tuesday to seek restorative justice for the displaced community.

Union Minister Harsh Vardhan to visit AES-hit Muzaffarpur

PATNA:Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan will visit Bihar's Muzaffarpur district, where more than 50 children have died due to suspected Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) so far.

Law and order under control in Bengal: Mamata govt

KOLKATA:  Iterating that the law and order situation was "under control", West Bengal's Mamata Banerjee government has told the centre that "firm and appropriate actions" were initiated in case of a few "stray post-poll clashes" in the state.

Southwest monsoon further advances in Kerala, TN

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: After the onset of the Southwest monsoon was delayed by a week, the India Meteorological Department on Sunday said it has further advanced in the south Arabian Sea, most parts of Lakshadweep and some parts of Kerala and south Tamil Nadu among other regions.

Expats in UAE worried as Nipah virus detected in Kerala

DUBAI: UAE-based Malayalis have expressed concern for their loved ones back home, as a Kerala youth tested positive for the Nipah virus, leading to a number of traders and travellers taking precautionary measures, the media reported.

1mn computers still vulnerable to Microsoft bug

SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft has warned that nearly one million computers globally are still at risk of malware attack similar to WannaCry that spread worldwide in 2017 causing billions of dollars in damage.

Councils of 6 Utah cities to start the day with Hindu mantras in June

Hindu prayers will open the meetings of six city councils in Utah between June 10 to 13, containing verses from world’s oldest extant scripture.

Hindu mantras to open both Washington County Commission & St. George City Council in Utah

Board of Commissioners of Washington County and St. George City Council in Utah will start their day on May 21 and May 16 respectively with ancient Hindu prayers, containing verses from world’s oldest extant scripture.

Scientists upset by AYUSH Ministry advisory

The Indian research community has been rudely shaken and dismayed by an unusual "Advisory" issued by the Ministry of AYUSH virtually barring non-AYUSH scientists from undertaking any research work on AYUSH drugs and treatments.

Punjab CEO appeal to all contesting candidates to stick to MCC guidelines

CHANDIGARH: The Chief Electoral Officer Punjab, Dr. S. Karuna Raju today appealed to all contesting candidates in election to stuck mcc guidelines.

ACF celebrates five years of cricket coaching education in USA

INDIANAPOLIS: The American Cricket Federation (ACF) coach certification program managed and executed by  reputed coach Jatin Patel, celebrates its 5th anniversary this week. 

Sri Lanka carnage to avenge Christchurch, toll 321

Sri Lanka said on Tuesday that the horrific Easter Sunday bombings were meant to avenge the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand as the death toll in the island nation rose to 321 including 10 Indians.

Gayatri & other ancient Hindu mantras opened both Nevada Senate & Assembly

Both Nevada State Assembly and Senate in capital Carson City started their sessions on April 22 with ancient Hindu prayers; containing verses from world’s oldest extant scripture.

Centre for drone development soon at IIT Hyderabad

HYDERABAD: In a bid to speed up the development of drones in India, Japan-based Terra Drone Corporation, Terra Drone India and the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, on Thursday announced that they have signed a pact to establish a first-of-its-kind Centre of Excellence for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in India.

Hindu mantras to open both Nevada Assembly & Senate daily for the entire next week

 Both Nevada Assembly and Senate in capital Carson City will start all their sessions, occurring during the week of April 22-26, with ancient Hindu prayers; containing verses from world’s oldest extant scripture.

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