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September 9, 2011 Karnataka government will first acquire the property for the work to start, says Law Minister Saved from demolition by the Karnataka government's decision to declare it a heritage building, the house that belonged to noted writer R.
Following the high court stay order cutting down trees at Sankey Road on Friday, residents of Malleswaram and green warriors are all set to wage a comprehensive war against the civic authorities...Now the protesters Malleswaram residents and members
There is no provision in the Karnataka Municipal Corporation (KMC) Act, 1976, that allows this, say experts. What that means is that if the matter is challenged in court through public interest litigation, thescheme could fall flat. Section 466 (
The Karnataka high court on Tuesday directed the state government to involve the public in the formulation of any scheme, such as the Namma Metro project in future. A petition, filed by environment support group, an NGO and others had challenged that
The Karnataka government is finally taking steps to re-consider implementing the controversial Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) scheme, which is likely to be the final nail in the coffin for this scheme, perceived as infamous by Bangaloreans. As