Bengaluru: Poultry industry is facing losses due to the fear of novel Coronavirus. D. K. Kantharaju, President, Karnataka Cooperative Poultry Federation says, "Karnataka is facing losses of Rs 60 to 65 crores. Consumption percentage has also decreased by 30-35%". #Karnataka
ANI quotes Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on state cabinet expansion: As per directions from party president & leaders, only 10 members will take oath tomorrow. I will meet our leaders in Delhi & we will then take the decision to include others in the cabinet.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on state cabinet expansion: As per directions from party president & leaders, only 10 members will take oath tomorrow. I will meet our leaders in Delhi & we will then take the decision to include others in the cabinet. #Bengaluru
Vice President of India, M Venkaiah Naidu inHubbali, Karnataka: Industry and the corporate sector should join hands with the universities and academic institutions for strengthening research and development and preparing youngsters to adapt to 21st-century requirements.
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu in Hubbali, Karnataka: Schooling & skilling must go together. The New Education Policy must address both skilling and scaling. Government of India and all the States to ensure that school-children were imparted skills in all spheres.
Karnataka BJP Chief Nalin Kumar Kateel in Delhi: We had come here (BJP MP Anant Kumar Hegde's residence) to discuss state cabinet expansion. National President of the party will look into that (Hegde's statement against Mahatma Gandhi) matter.
All Clear Signal for Kambala is great news.Rural sport needs to be preserved.Great that #Kambala bill got President's approval, making Kambala a legal rural sport in Karnataka.Greater that it escaped hypocritical organization's attempt to block avenues which rejuvenate the youth
Congress President has challenged me if he speaks for 15 minutes, I will not be able to sit. I challenge Rahul Gandhi to speak for 15 minutes on Karnataka Govt's achievements without reading from any piece of paper. He can speak in Hindi, English or his mother's mother tongue: PM