Beneficiaries Dissatisfied with the Scheme for Pregnant Women

Around 50 local women  benefit from the Mathru Purna Scheme in Kumbalgodu, but they  have a different story to tell. By Manasi Pawar Bengaluru, Jan. 17, 2019: The prevailing Mathru Purna Scheme, an initiative by the Karnataka government has benefited 50 pregnant women in the outskirts of Bangalore, which include the villages of Kumbalgodu, according to […]

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Karnataka United Front to Stage Protests Soon

Karnataka united firm is going to stage protests against the government to make Kannada compulsory in the state. By Manasi Pawar Bengaluru, Nov. 23, 2018. On the day of the meeting on 22nd November 2018 of the Chief Minister , HD Kumaraswamy, and the sugarcane factory owners, some 10 members of the Karnataka United firm, […]

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Hunger Strike to be announced by Zilla Parishad Members

Some 50 members of the Zilla Parishad of Karnataka are going to announce a hunger strike against the state government to meet their demands.  Bengaluru, Nov. 22, 2018 By Manasi Pawar At the Chief Minister of Karnataka HD Kumarswamy’s office, the 50 Zilla Parishad Members of the state said that they are going to announce […]

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Protest and Celebration at the Same Venue

In Townhall, Congress addressed OBC’s issues, but the DSS demands go unnoticed. The DSS protested in front of the Townhall while the Congress celebrated a former Karnataka CM’s birthday inside the Townhall. The Dalit Sangharsh Samiti (DSS) protested against the injustice happened to an SC/ST person who got beaten up by a police inspector in […]

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Karnataka has 75,635 Homeless People Sleeping in the Streets.

With a 20 percent rise in the population of homeless people in Karnataka, there are only 11 shelter homes to accommodate them. According to the 2011 census, the total homeless population of Karnataka has risen by 20 percentsince, reaching now 76,735 persons, and only 11 shelter to provide a roof for them. In Bangaluru, there […]

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Only Two Marriages Registered After Transgenders Got Their Fundamental Rights, Last Year

There are 20,266 transgender persons in Karnataka, out of which only two have registered their marriage legally. Bengaluru, Sept. 27, 2018: Nearly a year ago, the state of Karnataka passed the Transgender Bill, on Oct. 2017, which assured all the Fundamental Rights to the transgender. It’s been a year since then and there are only […]

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