News Roundup: Top 10 stories of the week
Team Udayavani, Dec 13, 2020, 12:28 PM IST
Anti-cow slaughter bill passed in K’taka Assembly; offense to attract 7yrs jail, Rs 50k fine
The state government, on Wednesday, December 9 passed the controversial anti-cow slaughter bill in the Karnataka Assembly, despite the opposition from Congress and JDS members.
Sandalwood drugs case: Bail granted to actress Sanjana Galrani
The Karnataka High Court on December 11 granted conditional bail to actress Sanjana Galrani, who was in judicial custody from the past 85 days in connection with the drugs case.
Mangaluru-Mysuru flight service inaugurated on Dec 11
Alliance Air, a subsidiary of Air India, started its first flight service between the city and Mysuru on Friday, December 11.
Actress Megahna Raj and her family test positive for COVID-19
Sandalwood actress Megahna Raj Sarja, her baby and her parents have tested positive for COVID-19.
Mystery illness puts 450 in hospital in Andhra Pradesh
One person has died and more than 450 have been admitted to hospital with a mystery illness in Andhra Pradesh.Officials are investigating the cause of the illness, which swept through the town of Eluru over the weekend
Lukewarm response to Bharat Bandh in Mangaluru
The Bharat Bandh on Tuesday had no major impact on a normal life in Mangaluru. Shops and commercial establishments were open and autos, cabs, and buses plied as usual.
Mukesh Ambani becomes grandfather
Billionaire Mukesh Ambani on Thursday became a grandfather after a son was born to his eldest son.
Dress code for govt employees in Maha: No t-shirt, jeans or slipper
Jeans and t-shirt may mean stress-free wear for some, but they are no longer suitable `office attire’ for government employees in Maharashtra.
‘Karnataka origin Dr Vivek Murthy to serve again as Surgeon General of US’
US President-elect Joe Biden has nominated Karnataka origin, Dr Vivek Murthy, as his Surgeon General, exuding confidence that the renowned Indian-American physician will be a key public voice in his response to the coronavirus pandemic to restore public trust and faith in science and medicine.
Oxford-AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine can be available in 1st half of next year: Official
Oxford-AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine can be available in the country as early as the first half of next year, AstraZeneca Country President Gagandeep Singh said on Saturday
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