Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa has inducted 17 new cabinet ministers in the 1st phase of expansion of the government. Here is the full list of Karnataka Cabinet Ministers of the new government. Yediyurappa assumed office on July 26, 2019 and proved majority on July 29. The CM run the government as a one-man […]
The democratically elected, Government of Karnataka has supreme authority over the state’s 30 districts. The chief minister and his/her council of ministers are appointed by Karnataka’s constitutional head, the governor. The bicameral state legislature of Karnataka consists of Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council.
The seat of Karnataka’s state legislature, the Vidhan Soudha, is aptly located in its state capital, Bangalore. There are three prime political parties in Karnataka, the Indian National Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party and Janata Dal Secular. Presently, the Indian National Congress is the ruling party of Karnataka, with Siddaramaiah as the elected chief minister of the state.
The Government of Karnataka has launched many people friendly programs such as the Anna Bhagya, Ksheera Bhagya, Runamukta Bhagya and Vidya Sira. The state government has also announced a new free laptop scheme under which students enrolling at government colleges in the year 2017-18 will receive free laptops. Read more about Karnataka Government
If you are an Aadhar card holder trying to find out how to update Aadhaar card in Karnataka, this article is for you. As per the revised rules, it is mandatory to mention Date of Birth, mobile number and email ID on the Aadhaar card. As per the direction, there is no need to update […]
The Karnataka is hit by floods this year too. Let us contribute and save Karnataka. Here is how to contribute to Karnataka CM Relief Fund. Tax exemption is applicable for this donation under 80G(2). One can use PAN Number AAAGC1692P or GGGGG0000G to claim tax exemption. Account Name: Chief Minister Relief Fund Natural Calamity Name […]
On June 28, 2016, the state government had formed the Auradkar committee headed by ADGP (Recruitment) Raghavendra Auradkar. The committee is formed to look into the various pay-related issues of the police department. This committee was comprised of Kamal Pant, ADGP (KSRP), Hemanth Nimbalkar, IGP (CID) and Pratap Reddy, ADGP (CID) as members and Umesh Kumar, IGP (headquarters) as […]
The Karnataka government has introduced many housing schemes for the citizens. Let us find out how to avail the benefits of the housing schemes in Karnataka and what are the housing schemes available in the state. Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation Limited (RGRHCL) is a nodal agency of a state government and it takes care […]
As per the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969 in Karnataka registration of births and deaths is mandatory. Here is a guide to how to apply for birth and death certificates in Karnataka. The birth and death certificates are proofs for the legal existence of an individual and a source for the data of […]
One of the most discussed subjects these days is PM Kisan scheme. In Karnataka, this scheme is being implemented through the various stakeholders and at Gram panchayat level all the small farmers will be brought under the scheme. This program aims at providing income support to farmers. The main objective of this scheme announced by […]
Air, water, and noise pollutions are the two biggest challenges of today’s civil society. Namma Bengaluru often appears in the list of most polluted cities of the country. The Karnataka government formed the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) to monitor and take corrective measures to control air, noise and water pollution. Let us find […]
Karnataka is facing an acute water crisis and could the Jaladhare And Jalamrutha schemes solve the state’s water woes? Water Crisis In Karnataka – Quick Facts According to the IndiaSpend report 2018 – Karnataka declared 23 of its 30 districts drought affected Belagavi is considered a permanently drought-hit region 7 districts are under the scanty category. The departure […]
Karnataka has 30 districts and all 30 of hem have emergency contact and call centres which are set up to help people in needed. Every district has a district level control room to monitor and coordinate the emergency relief works. Beside this control room police control room (100) also functions round the clock. State Level […]