DMPQ- Trace East India company’s response towards 1857 mutiny.

Company brought reinforcements from England, passed new laws so that the rebels could be convicted  with ease, and then moved into the storm centres of the revolt. Not only the police and military  personnel, but ordinary Britons were empowered to punish the Indians suspected of rebellion.  Rebellion had only one punishment – Death. Delhi was … Read more

04.02.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   What the Budget holds for Karnataka Karnataka hopes to get its due share of funds for infrastructure and healthcare as finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman and has made a sizeable allocation for these priority sectors in the Union Budget. Major cities of Karnataka will be the beneficiaries of the Jal Jeevan Mission (Urban) that envisages universal … Read more

03.02.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   Two lithium battery plants to be set up in Karnataka: Deputy CM   Two lithium battery- manufacturing plants would be set up in Karnataka to promote e-vehicles in order to reduce air pollution, deputy chief minister of the state C N Ashwath Narayan said. The state was also preparing an exemplary energy policy A discount … Read more

02.02.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   Karnataka seeks national status for two projects   Karnataka has urged the central government to accord national project status to the Upper Krishna Phase 3 (UKP-3) irrigation scheme and Yettinahole drinking water scheme in the Union Budget 2021-22. The tag will lead to greater central funding — 90 per cent of the project cost. … Read more

01.02.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   Karnataka: No consensus, govt may not table ‘love jihad’ bill in budget session   The much-talked-about bill against ‘love jihad’ will not be introduced in the current legislature session, with the BJP government deciding to go slow on it. Party sources said it may not be tabled even during the budget session, scheduled to be held … Read more

30.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   Manjamma Jogati – Padma Shri Winner of Popularizing Rural Folk Arts Manjamma Jogati is the Padma Shri winner, he is a transgender in Karnataka. In the past few decades, she has engaged in the practice and single-handedly popularised rural folk arts.   Overcoming personal difficulties, Manjamma Jogati promoted these art forms, especially Jogati … Read more

29.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   Karnataka inches closer to pan-state roll out of ERSS 112 service   Push by Karnataka state police for a pan-India single number 112 based Emergency Response Support System (ERSS) for citizens is inching closer to fruition. With the launch of this facility in eight more policing units including Udupi on Saturday, the state police is … Read more

28.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   Bengaluru sees 21% dip in road deaths in 2020 The number of people who died in road accidents in the city has reduced by more than 21% in 2020 compared to the previous year. Compared to 2018, the dip is 24%. A quarter of all the dead were pedestrians in 2020, compared to nearly 33% … Read more

27.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KARNATAKA   To boost attendance, Karnataka plans tenement schooling In a bid to stem a drastic drop in attendance, especially in rural areas, the state government is planning to reintroduce the tenement model in public schools.   The system of holding classes in batches — morning to noon and noon to evening — hasn’t worked since there … Read more