Bangalore news July 17 highlightsWhip not applicable to rebel MLAs says SC

first_img 16:25 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 13:35 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 Pailwaan song Kannmaniye: Sudeep and Aakanksha Singh spice up the romantic number Kannada actor Sudeep on Tuesday unveiled a single from his upcoming film Pailwaan. Composed by Arjun Janya and sung by Sanjith Hegde, the romantic number titled “Kannmaniye” features Sudeep and Aakanksha Singh. 08:34 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp Avoid anything that takes your hands off the wheel: Traffic police issues advisory SC has put an extra burden on me, I will conduct myself responsibly: Karnataka Speaker Reacting to the Supreme Court’s verdict, Karnataka Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar says, “I respect and welcome Supreme Court order with utmost humility. SC has put an extra burden on me, I will conduct myself responsibly in accordance with constitutional principles.” BJP legislators confident, play cricket at resort as Yeddyurappa joins play facebook twitter whatsapp facebook twitter whatsapp KSRTC fine Collection towards ticket Less Passengers KSRTC has arranged checking of its services operated in the State and neighboring States. In the month of JUNE-2019,42,469 buses were checked, 4673 Pilferage cases were detected, 5827 ticket less passengers penalized, Rs.7,56,661/- fine collected and Rs.99,570/- pilferage amount detected. According to KSRTC press release, Disciplinary action has been initiated against the erring staff. LiveBangalore news LIVE updates: Crucial day for JD(S)-Congress coalition government; CM Kumaraswamy arrives 18:17 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 Will act in accordance with Constitution: Karnataka speaker after SC decision Karnataka Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar on Wednesday welcomed the Supreme Court decision, giving him the freedom to decide on the resignations of rebel MLAs, and said he would conduct himself responsibly in accordance with the principles of the Constitution.READ: Will act in accordance with Constitution: Karnataka speaker after SC decision READ| Karnataka crisis: SC to give verdict on rebel MLAs plea against Speaker tomorrowInterestingly, the Supreme Court said Tuesday that the position and powers of the Speaker after the enactment of the anti-defection law in 1985 may require a re-look.READ| Karnataka: Supreme Court to rule today, says Speaker’s powers need relookMeanwhile, with a day to go for the floor test scheduled to be held in Vidhana Soudha on Thursday, both sides – the JD(S)-Congress coalition and the BJP – are confident of victory.Live Blog 18:07 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 “Our petition of disqualification is not related to any party whip. The same stands even after this verdict as they (rebel MLAs) have voluntarily given up the membership with a purpose to sabotage this government joining hands with the BJP,” AICC Gen. Sec. @kcvenugopalmp says. pic.twitter.com/gAvfa9LWqo— Ralph Alex Arakal (@ralpharakal) July 17, 2019 Will act in accordance with Constitution: K R Ramesh Kumar Karnataka Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar on Wednesday welcomed the Supreme Court decision, giving him the freedom to decide on the resignations of rebel MLAs, and said he would conduct himself responsibly in accordance with the principles of the Constitution.“With utmost humility I welcome and respect the Supreme Court decision,” Kumar said soon after the apex court pronounced its order on the issue that has pushed the state into political turmoil.“The Supreme Court has put extra burden on me, I will conduct myself responsibly in accordance with constitutional principle,” he told reporters in Kolar, his home town. 08:23 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 Judicial overreach at its worst to aid defection orchestrated by @BJP4India.The judgement laid down today is a paradox to itself. It gives speaker his power but snatches from the political parties making the former redundant.Only morality of defectors can solve this dilemma!— Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) July 17, 2019 vidhana-soudha-bangalore-karnataka-assembly Karnataka Vidhana Soudha(Express Photo by Darshan Devaiah BP)Bangalore news Highlights: As the political crisis continues in Karnataka, all eyes will be on the Supreme Court verdict on pleas moved by the dissident MLAs against Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar scheduled to be announced today. A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi who heard a clutch of petitions filed by 10 MLAs of the Congress and JDS coalition government against the Speaker for not accepting their resignations on Tuesday had decided the same. Five other legislators had also followed suit and filed pleas in the Court. 15:05 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 Related News facebook twitter whatsapp facebook twitter whatsapp Bengaluru news: Top stories – July 16 15 MLAs can’t be compelled to participate in Assembly proceedings till Speaker decides, says SC The Supreme Court left it to the Speaker to take a decision on resignations of 15 rebel Congress and JD(S) MLAs within the timeframe he thinks appropriate. A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi also said that the MLAs should not be compelled to take part in House proceedings. CM Kumaraswamy should resign today: Jagadish Shettar Reacting to the Supreme Court verdict that the 15 legislators camping in Mumbai should not be compelled to attend the session, BJP leader and former Karnataka CM Jagadish Shettar has insisted that CM H D Kumaraswamy should resign today before the floor test scheduled for tomorrow.I insist @hd_kumaraswamy should not wait until tomorrow. He should immediately resign from the CM post in the light of this SC verdict. People of Karnataka are suffering because of this high political drama: @JagadishShettar, BJP leader and former Karnataka CM @IndianExpress pic.twitter.com/qFDsT57P6b— Ralph Alex Arakal (@ralpharakal) July 17, 2019 Speaker welcomes SC decision; no compulsion on rebels to attend session I welcome the decision of the Supreme Court. I have been entrusted with a lot of responsibility. I will act in an impartial way: Speaker Ramesh Kumar. He also says that he will not force the rebel MLAs to attend the proceedings. Rebels can act according to their will, he adds. 08:49 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp Karnataka crisis: SC verdict a moral victory for rebel MLAs, says Yeddyurappa Karnataka BJP chief B S Yeddyurappa Wednesday welcomed the Supreme Court order on the political crisis, asserting that it was a “moral victory” for the rebel MLAs, whose resignations have pushed the ruling Congress-JDS coalition to the brink of collapse.Yeddyurappa underlined that the political parties cannot issue a whip to the 15 rebel lawmakers, who have resigned their Assembly membership, and they cannot be compelled to attend the House proceedings.READ: Karnataka crisis: SC verdict a moral victory for rebel MLAs, says Yeddyurappa There is evidence of BJP being behind the mass resignations, our petition is to look into that issue: K C Venugopal “Our petition of disqualification is not related to any party whip. The same stands even after this verdict as they (rebel MLAs) have voluntarily given up the membership with a purpose to sabotage this government joining hands with the BJP,” said AICC General Secretary K C Venugopal.”They are various evidence that shows BJP’s hands in this mass resignation. Our disqualification petition (submitted to the Karnataka speaker) is to look into that issue,” he further said. 10:23 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp 17:14 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 11:26 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 15:30 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp facebook twitter whatsapp 12:24 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 Not going to Assembly: Rebel MLAs Reacting to the Supreme Court verdict,  rebel Karnataka MLAs who are in Mumbai said, “We honour Supreme Court’s verdict. We all are together. We stand by our decision. There is no question of going to the Assembly.”Rebel #Karnataka MLAs in #Mumbai: We honour Supreme Court’s verdict. We all are together. We stand by our decision. There is no question of going to the Assembly. pic.twitter.com/56z1XdPnMj— ANI (@ANI) July 17, 2019 “The judgement laid down today is a paradox to itself,” says Siddaramaiah. “The judgement laid down today is a paradox to itself,” says CLP leader and former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. facebook twitter whatsappcenter_img 18:39 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 “It (SC verdict) is a victory of the Constitution and democracy. It is a moral victory for the rebel MLAs and in future SC will decide the power of the Speaker” says @BSYBJP reacting on the SC verdict. Bengaluru LIVE: https://t.co/m2n3WhNRZC @IndianExpress pic.twitter.com/oDJovLZtVz— EXPRESS Bengaluru (@IEBengaluru) July 17, 2019 10:54 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 11:12 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 12:12 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp #Shivajinagar MLA and Karnataka State Haj Committee Chairman R Roshan Baig attends meetings to overlook Haj-related activities in Haj Bhavan, Bangalore. He was detained by the SIT probing #IMAScam on Monday night. @IndianExpress pic.twitter.com/1lWNEQIfQX— Ralph Alex Arakal (@ralpharakal) July 16, 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp Moral victory for rebel MLAs: B S Yeddyurappa 14:37 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp Some rebel MLAs seek more time to meet with Speaker Ramesh Kumar Rebel MLA’s Sudhakar, Roshan Baig and MTB Nagaraj write to Speaker Ramesh Kumar seeking another date to meet him. Rebel MLAs were supposed to meet the Speaker today at 4 PM. “Awesome Set, Awesome Song, Awesome Choreography, Awesome Making. Jussss For all u frnzz… (sic),” tweeted the Eega star. The Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Hindi versions of the song were also released on Tuesday.READ: Pailwaan song Kannmaniye: Sudeep and Aakanksha Singh spice up the romantic number facebook twitter whatsapp Advertising Bangalore LIVE air quality check Average air quality in Bengaluru is ‘moderate’. At 9.45 am, PM 2.5 (Fine Particulate matter) is at an ‘unhealthy’ level if you are near Silk Board, Brigade Road, or Mathikere. The same is at ‘moderate’ levels near Koramangala, Srirampura and Ulsoor.  facebook twitter whatsapp Man forgets bag with valuables in BMTC bus, gets it back next day A Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) bus passenger left his bag with valuables on a bus on Monday. However, the citizen is delighted to have received the bag from the officials the next day, without missing anything. The passenger, Sahidul Shaikh, was travelling from New Horizon College to Multiplex by a 500 D BMTC Volvo bus around 9 pm on Monday after which he realised he had left his handbag in the bus. After raising a complaint at the Hebbal depot, he was called on Tuesday afternoon and his bag which had 2 laptops, his passport, voter ID card, power bank and such was returned. “I want to thank the BMTC for its awesome service. The behaviour of the staff in the depot is so nice that they helped me in this situation. My special thanks to the bus driver Kumar who got the bag back,” the delighted passenger said. facebook twitter whatsapp ‘Yellow Alert’ announced in Kodagu The District Commissioner of Kodagu has put the district on ‘Yellow Alert’ as heavy rains are predicted in and around several areas in the district for the next five days.  The district will be in ‘Yellow Alert’ from July 18 to 22, according to the announcement.  09:45 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp facebook twitter whatsapp facebook twitter whatsapp Written by Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: July 17, 2019 7:17:29 pm Good Morning Friends, Drive distraction-freeAvoid anything that takes your hands off the wheel, your eyes off the road, and your mind off driving. This includes using your cell phone (even hands-free devices), grooming, changing radio stations, and other common distractions. pic.twitter.com/YCUOKzwiex— BengaluruTrafficPolice (@blrcitytraffic) July 17, 2019 . @BJP4Karnataka President, @BSYBJP played cricket with BJP MLAs at Ramada hotel in Bengaluru, earlier today. Soon after the Karnataka Assembly was adjourned for Thursday, BJP MLAs were taken to resorts and would come to Vidhana Sodha on Thursday. @IndianExpress @IEBengaluru pic.twitter.com/CP8M8f5S9i— Darshan Devaiah B P (@DarshanDevaiahB) July 16, 2019 facebook twitter whatsapp 13:10 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 WATCH | What is a floor test? facebook twitter whatsapp facebook twitter whatsapp SC rules: Rebel Karnataka MLAs can’t be compelled to participate in trust vote The Supreme Court Wednesday left it to the Karnataka Assembly Speaker to decide on the resignations of the 15 rebel Congress and Janata Dal (S) MLAs but ordered that they should not be compelled to attend the proceedings of the state Assembly. The apex court’s order comes ahead of the floor test that is scheduled to take place in Karnataka Assembly tomorrow.READ: SC rules: Rebel Karnataka MLAs can’t be compelled to participate in trust vote 12:47 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 IN PICS| Roshan Baig attends meetings at Haj Bhavan after SIT release facebook twitter whatsapp Meanwhile, a Kerala-based hip-hop band had a horrid time recently while performing live in a Bengaluru pub as they were forced to get off the stage after some people in the audience objected to their singing in Malayalam.READ| Bengaluru: Kerala band forced off stage after unruly pub-goers object to singing in MalayalamAt the same time, Congress MLAs arrive at a resort ahead of the trust vote. Congress MLAs shifted to Windflower Prakruthi Resort, Devanahalli from Taj Yeshwantpur hotel on Tuesday. CM Kumaraswamy’s confidence motion through which he will seek to prove his majority will be taken up on July 18.Click here to read Top news – July 16 from Bengaluru Bangalore metro stations likely to get electric vehicle charging units Metro stations in Bangalore’s Namma Metro line might soon get electric vehicle charging (EVC)units, thanks to a recent proposal made by Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) to Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM). The same has been incorporated to BESCOM’s ongoing project to begin 112 EVC units by the end of August. According to BESCOM officials, 10 stations are likely to be selected and a joint survey will be conducted to look at the feasibility of the same before implementation. Bengaluru: Kerala band forced off stage after unruly pub-goers object to singing in Malayalam 09:07 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 09:26 (IST) 17 Jul 2019 Post Comment(s)last_img

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