ACB teams conducted raids across the State since early morning 28.12.2018. 17 places corresponding to 5 Government officials were searched.
The search took place at Bengaluru, Chintamani, Mysuru, Hunasuru, Udupi, Davanagere, Chikkamagaluru, Mangaluru and Karwar.
The raided officials are mentioned below :
Sri. R . Shridhar
Additional Registrar, Co-operative society, Bengaluru. The properties in his and his family members includes 2 houses, 3 plots, 1 commercial complex, 1 cinema house, 13 guntas of agricultural land, 300 gms. of gold. 22 Kgs. silver, 1 car, Rs.1.29 lakh in cash, Rs.2.5 lakh worth LIC policies and deposits, Rs.7.34 lakh worth of household articles. 1 locker has been found and investigation is on.
Deputy Director, Agricultural Department, Davangere. The properties found in her and her family members includes 1 house, 11.32 acres of land, 1.56 kgs. gold, 2.20 kgs of silver, 1 jeep, 1 tractor, 4 two-wheelers, Rs.1.5 lakh cash, Rs.2 lakh in Bank, Rs.5 lakhs in deposits and household articles worth Rs.4.5 lakh.
Reader, Government college of Teachers Education, Mangaluru. Properties in his name consists of 1 house, 1 site, gold worth 443 gms. silver 983 gms. 2 cars, 1 two wheeler, Rs.1.5 lakh cash and deposits of Rs. 10.5 lakhs in different banks, household articles worth Rs.5 lakhs found.
Additional Director, Town Planning, BBMP East, Bengaluru. Properties in his and his family members includes 2 huses, 1 site, 2 commercial complex, gold 250 gms. silver 10 Kgs. 1 car, household articles worth Rs.18 lakhs and 2 lockers have been found. Gold purchase will worth Rs.37 lakhs in others name has been found.
Junior Engineer, MUDA, Mysuru The properties in his and his family members includes 2 houses, 2 sites, 1 petrol pump, 1 acre land, 378 gms gold, 433 gms. silver, 1 care, 4 two wheelers, LIC bonds worth Rs.2.35 lakhs and household articles worth Rs.12.33 lakhs has been found.
9 Confirmed Facts about KGF Kannada Movie 8th one is my favourite
With all the success stories in the past, now the actor is all set for his new release and the entire Karnataka is waiting to watch their star back on the silver screen. By this time you might have guessed about the movie we are talking about. Yes, it is KGF, the much awaited Kannada movie starring none other than the Rocking star Yash. As the release date is at the close quarters, let us take a look at a few fascinating and officially confirmed facts about KGF on today’s read which will surely add up to your expectations.
1.KGF is getting ready under the direction of Director, Prashanth Neil
Without a second thought, Uggram is one of the most loved movies of Kannada and its roaring success is an attestation to it. This is the movie which gave a strong come back for the actor Murali by breaking all the stereotypes of traditional movie making. The way Prashanth Neil narrated the story of Uggram in the backdrop of music and blood is truly phenomenal. With a director of that stature and an actor like Yash coming together for KGF has completely raised the bar of expectations.
2.KGF was conceptualized when Yash’s Googly was released
Around the time when Prashanth Neil conceptualized the story of KGF, he had seen Yash’s performance in Googly and was impressed. At that point, he had decided that Yash is the best suit for the role though he was not a popular star back than he is today. It was a time when there were talks about the remake of Uggram in Tamil, and Prashanth was persuaded by Yash until he finishes all his commitments. It’s a long journey for KGF and finally, it is all set to release.
Prashanth says, “I had seen a spark in Yash when I watched Googly and we have a big cinema in hand and it is all worth the wait now.”
3.KGF is an underworld story of old Kolar
The team has revealed that KGF is an underworld story of Kolar when it was at its peak. In this context, the movie has been extensively shot in Badami and the whole set was erected to recreate the Kolar of 1970s and 1980s.
4. It took a year and a half for research before the final story was drafted
Speaking about the movie, Prashanth Neil says, “We took almost a year-and-a-half to research the subject and several people were involved. The direction team alone consists of seven people.”
5.KGF is one of the high budget movies of Sandalwood. Nearly 50 Crores
KGF has turned out to be the most expensive movie for Sandalwood. KGF is bigger than the sets and backdrops. The director was little sceptical about the budget. He thought it could be a constraint for the film of this scale. He was also doubtful about the lead role and he has said to the producer, “ I have something which is not feasible for Sandalwood and the film will work for actors like Surya in Tamil.” When the producer Vijay Kiragandur of Hombal films came forward to back the film, Prashanth could not think of any actor than Yash as the actor has that capability to take the responsibility of bigger expectations.
6.Tamannah Bhatia in a Retro number
One of the commercial attractions of KGF would be a retro number featuring Tamannah and Yash. It carries the old-world charm of the song ‘Jokae naanu balliya minchu’, reinvented from the 1970 Dr.Rajkumar starred Paropakari. It is said that Tamannah Bhatia is paid a whopping Rs.50 lakh for this performance.
Speaking about her appearance in the song, Tamannah said to media, “This is the first time I will be doing a retro number. I’ve never had such a fun-filled fulfilling experience as I did on this dance sequence. It is a retro cabaret set-up and I’ve never attempted to do this before so, it was a learning experience of sorts.”
7.First Kannada film to have a Five-Language Release
To put it in Prashanth’s words, he says that the team had started the movie on a big canvas but in the process, the producers have decided to venture beyond the Karnataka market and globalize the product.
He said that the idea of five-language release came from the producer, owing to the story being universal irrespective of budget and scale. He said, “I could have made the product in Marathi or in Tulu and still people would have connected with the subject as it has a parallel line drawn throughout the narrative.”
Though the team is looking to create an impact across the borders, Prashanth is clear and said, “Our Primary goal is to satisfy the audience in Karnataka. This is something we don’t want to deviate from.”
8.KGF is likely to be Out as 2 Parts
There has been a speculation that the production team is planning to release the movie in two parts. It is still being the same, no official confirmation has come from the KGF team. However, market experts say that whenever there has been a movie with a limitless budget and a strong story, makers have preferred to bring it in two parts. If KGF follows the mantra of Bahubali, Gangs of Wasseypur, and Raktha Charitra, one can expect it to be out as 2 parts.
9.Release & Trailer Date of KGF
KGF being in the final stages of production and soon be going through censor, makers have already confirmed the release date. It is going to hit the marquee on December 21st and trailer is all set to release on November 9th. Though the team had planned earlier for a Christmas release, it has been advanced. The film will be first released in Kannada, Tamil, and Telugu followed by its Hindi and Malayalam versions.
Tech Summit 2018 is being held at Namma Bengaluru from 29.11.2018 to 01.12.2018 at Palace Grounds, Bengaluru. The theme of this years summit is “Innovation and Impact”.
Bengaluru city has gained the reputation as one of the largest technology cluster of the world. This summit is a platform for technologies and industries. This platform showcases the latest technical innovations to understand in our daily businesses and lives.
The Bengaluru Tech Summit (BTS) showcases everything the city has to offer as a preferred IT and biotech destination.
The conference will have over 250 experts addressing 3500+ delegates and 300+ exhibitors showcasing their services, products and technologies to 11000+ visitors.
Get ready to be a part of an event like never before. The Summit will offer knowledge, networking and business opportunities. Get yourself involved and plan your participation. Get Benefited from being an Exhibitor, Sponsor, Presenter, Delegate and Visitor. Block your calendar today! It is one of a kind event in namma Bengaluru.
The summit presents some of the renowned keynote speakers like Japp Akkerhuis, Dr Ganesh Kishore, Damien Manual etc.
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The inauguration of the summit is on 29th November. The first keynote is by Mr Damien Manuel: Cyber Security Research & Innovation, Deakin University. The next keynote is by Dr.Ganesh M. Kishore.
The event spectrum includes multi-track conference, B2B Expo, Thought Leaders Conclave, IT Export Awards, Bio Excellence Awards. The Summit also includes Bengaluru Tech Exchange, Show Stoppers- Product Launch and Global Innovation Zone, Startups, and posters.
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The upcoming Bengaluru Tech Summit is all set to offer a fantastic opportunity for entrepreneurs, developers, students and others to mingle, reach out and discover the Indian Tech innovation ecosystem.
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Raghu Dixit is now known more as a self-taught guitarist-singer-musician. On 13th of October, 2018, Raghu Dixit performed live at Vega City, Bengaluru for a cause brought by Sahana Charitable Trust for the Disabled and We Share Happiness Foundation. The funds raised by this concert has been given to help the Blind School Foundation. Being a part this event, we had a rocking time while making sure that we contributed to a bigger cause.
Raghu Dixit and his band are known for performing in vibrant, ethnic costumes. “It’s an evolution that happened over four to five years. Folk musician Raghu Dixit wore the more ethnic, more eccentric lungi for the Show. Dixit’s guitar belts are colorful too. He also wears bells (ghungroos) on his feet.
Raghu’s singing style can be described as unique at its best. His vocal range and versatility have often been appreciated. Crowd Enjoyed his songs and were dancing to his tunes. There was more demand for him to sing their favorite song. In the show, his songs include “Ninna pooje get band Mahadeshwara, which is the most Favourite song of all Audience and also “Gudugudiya,”, “ Lokada Kalaji” and “Just Math Mathalli”.
Overall we had a Happy, Enjoyable and Vibrant Evening.
Hima Das scripted history by winning a Gold Medal in the Women’s 400m finals at the IAAF World U-20 championship in Tampere, Finland clocking a time of 51.46 seconds edging out ahead of Andrea Miklos of Romania (Silver) and Taylor Manson of USA (Bronze). She created history on 13th July 2018 after she became the first Indian women track athlete to win gold at a world championship level. It is an incredible effort from the sprinter. Years of hard work has finally paid back.
This 18 year old is the daughter of a rice farmer Ronjit Das and Junali at Kandhulimari village Nagaon district of Assam. She is the eldest in the family. She has three younger sisters and a younger brother. Hima is in Class XII at a college in Dhing, one and a half kilometers from Kandhulimari.
Hima Das met Nipon Das, an athletics coach with a Directorate of Sports and Youth Welfare during an inter-district meet and soon he began coaching her. According to her coach, she does not get overawed by anybody and does not care about her opponents. In every race, her goal is to beat the best with better timing. Her confidence is the key to her success.
Now Hima Das is part of a group of India athletes who have bagged medals at the World U20 championships, which includes Seema Punia, won bronze for Discus throw, Navjeet Dhillion, bronze for Discus throw and Neeraj Chopra, Gold for Javelin throw.
We are proud of you Hima Das. It is an incredible achievement on becoming the first Indian track athlete to win a gold at any global event. Thank you Hima Das for giving us this happiness.
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The coalition government led by Mr. Kumaraswamy presented his maiden budget on 05.07.2018. The budget for Bengaluru includes:
Metro Network under phase 3 include 42.75 kms from JP Nagar to KR Puram :
12.5 kms metro line proposed from Magadi Road Toll Gate to Kadabagere. 3.07 kms Metro from
Gottigere to Basavapura. 18.95 kms metro line from RK Hegdenagar to Aerospace park. 10.6
km metro line from Kogilu Cross to Rajanukunte. 6.67 kms of Metro Network from Iblur.
The budget aims at providing Bellandur lake water to agricultural activities in rural pockets of Bengaluru through drip irrigation with private partnership.
Bellandur lake known for its pollution, has been given Rs 50 crore for rejuvenation for its all round development.
5kg rice free of cost, 1/2 kg toor dal with subsidized rate and 1 kg palm oil, 1kg iodine and iron content salt and 1kg sugar to each BPL card holder under Anna Bhagya scheme.
A grant of Rs 12 crore will be provided in the first phase to establish a separate unit at Kidwai cancer hospital for treatment of bone marrow transplant.
Tax on consumption of electricity proposed to be increased from 6% to 9%.
50% increase proposed for private service vehicles.
Hike in petrol prices by Rs 1.14 and Rs 1.12 in diesel proposed.
6 Elevated corridors at the cost of Rs.15825 crores.
The City will have 100 charging units set up at a cost of Rs. 4 crore to encourage electric vehicles.
The government proposed to establish an Integrated Road Transport Authority for Bengaluru City.
A special B.Ed training college to train teachers for special needs children is to be set up in Indira Nagar, Bengaluru.
42 Air quality Monitoring Stations will be set up to control and monitor the rising air pollution.
The borrowing by the Government to ensure funds for the proposed projects are huge. Rs. 47134 crores will be borrowed to meet the cost of the projects. The fiscal deficit is pegged at Rs.40,753 crores i.e. 2.89% of the GSDP. Total liabilities of the State has increased from 2.92 lakh crores, which is 20.75% of the GSDP