Diesel and petrol prices drop in KarnatakaLast updated on Jul 03, 2017, 11:14 am
With the abolition of entry tax in Karnataka and the implementation of GST from July 1, both diesel and petrol prices dropped by almost Rs. 3/litre. Diesel in Karnataka is now the cheapest in South India.
Diesel cost was Rs. 54.23 per litre while the cost of petrol was Rs 64.24 per litre in Bengaluru on Saturday.
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Bengaluru: Iconic 'The Pub' shuts down
Following the Supreme Court's order of banning alcohol sale within a 500-metre distance of National Highways, Bengaluru's iconic 'The Pub', which was first to set up shop on Church Street in 1968, has finally shut down after all these years.
Additionally, the future of 741 bars and pubs hangs by a thread now with the SC's order.
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They signed a $300 million deal.
While Golden Gate will acquire land and get timely approvals, CNTC will bring in the technology to build the housing projects.
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28 motorcycles were recovered from them.
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Karnataka Assembly assures Kannada editors will not be arrested
Karnataka Assembly speaker assured the High court that the two editors of Kannada tabloids will not be arrested.
The Speaker would re-examine the breach of privilege notice again on the condition that both of them appear before him personally.
Journalists Ravi Belagere and Anil Raj were sentenced to one-year jail term by state assembly for writing 'defamatory' articles against few MLAs.