Doctors working in the Department of Health and Family Welfare in Karnataka have threaten to resign if they demands have not met by Karnataka government. Meanwhile, the Karnataka government also not paid salaries to medical officers in government hospitals for past four months, while Ayurvedic doctors are also not paid salaries for the last six months. According to sources TA Veerabhadraiah, President of Karnataka Government Medical Officers’ Association has released a statement that the doctors are urging the Karnataka Government from past 2008 to resolve their demands, which includes disparity in wage structure between doctors and those working in the Department of Medical Education and should fill up vacancies in the Health Department. Karnataka Government Medical Officers’ Association has demanded government to retain government hospitals under the Health and Family Welfare department and pay salaries for doctors serving under the zilla panchayats. The Association's wants to include filling of vacancies of casualty medical officer posts, adequate supply of quality drugs to all government hospitals and set dental laboratories in all districts.
Maharashtra Assembly Polls-Shiv Sena senior leaders Anil Desai and Subhash Desai have meet Bharatiya Janata Party leaders in Capital on Tuesday night, where both the leaders are going to return back to Mumbai on Wednesday morning. Anil Desai and Subhash Desai have arrived here in Delhi on Tuesday night to discuss with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders over the Maharashtra Government formation. According to sources Shiv Sena leaders have met Union Minister Rajnath Singh and BJP general secretary JP Nadda, where both BJP senior leaders are likely to visit Maharashtra after Diwali to discuss over the Government formation issue in Maharashtra. Reports says Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely ally Shiv Sena to form Maharashtra Government, where both the parties are under high profile meetings from past two days. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has emerged as the single-largest party in Maharashtra Assembly polls by clinching 122 seats in the 288-member Assembly seats, whereas Shiv Sena won 63 seats, Congress 42, NCP 41, MNS 1 and Others 19. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley hinted Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray had congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP president Amit Shah and some other party leaders after winning elections in Maharashtra.
A four year-old nursery school was allegedly sexually abused inside a Orchids International School on Tuesday here in Bangalore, where the Bangalore police have been registered a criminal case against that school staff member under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act 2012 and IPC section 376 (rape). According to sources The incident took place at Orchids International School near HMT Theatre in HMT Colony Sector-2 in Jalahalli police station limits. Joint Commissioner (Crime) Hemant Nimbalkar insists that nursery school girl was allegedly sexually abused and we are going to take severe action against the person and the school management. Report says the girl stated crying when her mother picked her from the school in Jalahalli, where she said ‘Uncle did this to me’ she reportedly told her mother.The LKG School girl rushed to the hospital for medical tests and later admitted to a private hospital in Yeshwantpur. Jalahalli police officer insists that Senior police officers have been visit the Orchids International School on Tuesday night and preliminary medical report shows injuries to her private parts.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had meet Supreme Court former chief justices and Karnataka High Court and retired judges on Monday 20th October in Bangalore, where he want to present the state’s case to the court commissioner appointed by the apex court on Karnataka’s border dispute with Maharashtra. CM Siddaramaiah has joined along with Supreme Court former chief justice M.N. Venkatachalaiah, former judge of the apex court N. Santosh Hegde and former chief justices V.S. Malimath, Rama Jois and S.R. Naik were attend the meeting on Monday along with Chairman of border dispute committee Justice S.R. Ramakrishna and Advocate General Ravivarma Kumar. According to sources, Supreme Court has appointed Justice Manmohan Sarin as the court commissioner to hear claims and witnesses on the Karnataka border issue. Siddaramaiah had meet legal experts, litterateurs, writers and senior politicians for the second time in a week on similar issue.
Maharashtra Assembly Polls-Bharatiya Janata Party and regional party Shiv Sena are likely to decide over post-poll alliance, where both the party leaders have meet on Monday to discuss options for alliance and government formation. Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray had attended high profile meeting along with party leaders on Monday in party headquarters in Mumbai to decide on options post poll results. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah have met Union Minister Nitin Gadkari in Delhi to discuss over the future strategy to form Maharashtra Government. Meanwhile, Nitin Gadkari insists that he will be going back to Maharashtra along with Union home minister Rajnath Singh and general secretary J P Nadda to assess the situation in the state, after the state legislature party meets and decides on the leadership issue.According to sources Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will form the government in Maharashtra along with Shiv Sena as the only major ally. Report says Shiv Sena is expecting around 21 minister posts, while BJP offer only 14 ministries. Amit Shah said BJP is likely to form government in Maharashtra, as per norms of democracy, the largest party will be having the rights to form the government.
Narendra Modi Visit Australia-Narendra Modi the Prime Minister of India will travel to Australia in November to take part in the G20 SUMMIT, where most of the NRI's wants sequel of the Madison Square Garden's experience during his two days trip to Brisbane. According to sources the Indian community in Australia, aims to replicate the New York event, which it is exploring venues including Sydney's famous Olympic Park for Modi's address, but the official details have been not announced so far. Since past five months, 64-year-old Narendra Modi is looking very busy with high-profile trips to Japan which pledged around 35 billion dollars investment in the country over next five years. Meanwhile, Modi also visited United States to meet President Barack Obama and the two leaders have discussed issues of trade, maritime rules including Space exploration, scientific Endeavour to dealing with humanitarian crisis like Ebola in West Africa.According to sources Sydney's historic Opera House is likely to host the event to repeat equivalent to the Madison Square Garden, where approximately 15,000 Indian-Australians are likely to attend the event. Modi is going to take part in a two-day G20 Summit begins on November 15, followed by the community reception in Sydney on November 17, as he will address the Indian Diaspora. PM Modi will also address a joint parliamentary session in Canberra over security and investment ties.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah insists that Congress Party will respect decision of the people after worst defeat in Haryana and Maharastra Assembly results on Sunday. He added he was bit surprised with the Haryana Assembly results, but Bharatiya Janata Party did not get majority in Maharastra. Karnataka Congress senior leaders said Congress party might win more seats if it had not broken the poll alliance with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in Maharashtra. Karnataka Minister for Higher Education and Tourism R.V. Deshpande feels splitting between the Congress and NCP alliance was a key factor for the defeat of Congress politicians on Sunday Assembly elections results.Bharatiya Janata Party national vice-president B.S. Yeddyurappa hinted the results has showed that the people of India are following Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He also insists that Congress party will be washed away from Karnataka in the upcoming years, where the party has been planning to strengthen in the State to bring it back to power. 66-year-old CM Siddaramaiah was scheduled to meet former chief justices of the Supreme Court and Karnataka High Court and retired judges in Bangalore on Monday, to discuss over the state’s case to the court commissioner appointed by the apex court on Karnataka’s border dispute with Maharashtra. It will be a second high profile meeting of Siddaramaiah in a week, after he had meet legal experts, litterateurs, writers and senior politicians on the similar issue last week.
Narendra Modi Australia Visit: PM Narendra Modi is likely to visit Australia next month, where he will become the first Indian prime minister to address in a gallery of Australian member of parliamentarians and leaders at a special joint sitting of Federal Parliament. Modi will attend the G20 leaders' Summit in Brisbane next month.64-year-old Narendra Modi was schedule to leave Australia next month on a two day visit, he will be addressing in a special joint sitting of federal Parliament after he attends G20 leaders' summit on November 15-16. Australia have been preparing to welcome Narendra Modi the first Indian Prime Minister to visit the country in nearly three decades. India and Australia are likely to discuss over trade, investment and consolidate their strategic partnership.Modi will arrive in Brisbane on November 15th for the two-day G-20 summit and he will be the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Australia since late Rajiv Gandhi, who was visited in 1986. Meanwhile, Labor Senator from Tasmania Lisa Singh insists that Narendra Modi's speech in Hindi is going to bring a respect, culture and strengths of India to Australia.
Maharashtra Election Results: Bharatiya Janata Party has been celebrating Diwali early in Maharastra and Haryana states, after clinching victory in both the states on Sunday. In Mumbai, Bharatiya Janata Party and huge number of party workers have take part in celebrations at BJP headquarters on Sunday as the Maharashtra and Haryana election results emerged. Congress has moved towards its worst defeat ever in the Maharastra State elections, as the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) chief Manikrao Thakre has announced his resignation to Congress Party Chief Sonia Gandhi, said in a statement that he will take complete responsibility for the defeat and sending my resignation to Party head Sonia Gandhi. According to sources, Bharatiya Janata Party senior leaders are likely to meet Shiv Sena leaders to form government in Maharashtra and Shiv Sena is not our political opponent says BJP state chief Devendra Fadnavis. Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah has reached the BJP headquarters in Delhi on Sunday afternoon at around 2 pm to be welcomed with garlands and congratulations. Report says security has increased on Sunday, which caused some inconvenience to visitors and party workers. Meanwhile, The BJP headquarters main road was closed due to heavy traffic by the Delhi police and visitors had to walk to the party office.
Rajnath Singh, the Union Minister is likely to take with Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah over the assault on three northeastern students in Bangalore. Rajnath Singh said he would like to take serious action against the culprits and he want to take up the issue with the Karnataka Government. He added he will talk to the Karnataka Chief Minister to take action and no one can discriminate against anyone on the basis of caste, creed and sect in the country. Earlier the three Engineering students from northeast India were allegedly beaten on Wednesday night in a Bangalore city for not speaking Kannada, where Central home minister had expressed angry over the racism against non local people. Meanwhile, Michael, who was from Manipur to Bangalore, he was beaten up by two local people received injuries to his forehead and hands, when they are eating in a street food stall.
Maharashtra Exit Polls:Narendra Modi, the India Prime Minister is likely to face big challenge in Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly polls to form a Bharatiya Janata Party government. Report says Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expecting a huge majority, where the party has crafted its campaign around ‘brand Modi’, which hopes that the ‘Modi wave’ can credits for its spectacular national election victory has an extended shelf-life Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections results. Bharatiya Janata Party has gone to broke in Maharashtra and dumped its 25-year ally with regional party Shiv Sena, where the two parties have swept the polls together in May by winning 42 of the state’s 48 parliamentary seats. Meanwhile, BJP chief minister have campaigned in the Maharashtra, while lawmakers from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Goa, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka were also take part in the election campaigning. However, BJP has organized around 700 rallies in the Maharashtra, while PM Narendra Modi or BJP president Amit Shah were addressed in rallies some of the Maharashtra every day.
Former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa has secured a bail from Supreme Court on Friday, where she is going to release on Saturday on 18th October. Jayalalithaa has got the bail in the disproportionate assets case, where she was sent to jail after convicted by a special court in Bangalore and sentenced to four years in prison for corruption and fined Rs. 100 crores. Report says the AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa and other three convicts Sasikala Natrajan, VK Sudhakaran and J Ilavarasi have also granted bail by the apex court on Friday. The four convicts will be releasing on Saturday, where most of the Tamil Nadu state has been celebrating early Diwali. Meanwhile, Apex court lead by Chief Justice HL Dattu has released a statement that Jayalalithaa and three other convicts will be releasing on bail subject to the satisfaction of the condition by the trial court. Jayalalithaa’s lawyer Fali S Nariman, said that the Apex court has granted bail since being sent 66-year-old former Tamil Nadu CM in a Bengaluru prison following her conviction.