Karnataka news live updates: State reports 8,449 new Covid-19 cases, 4 deaths – The Times of India – Times of India

35 athletes at SAI Bengaluru isolated after testing Covid-19 positive, doctors’ panel formed
Thirty-five junior athletes at the Sports Authority of India’s Bengaluru facility, who are participating in various national events, have tested positive for Covid-19, sources in the SAI said. The revelation prompted the SAI Bengaluru to set up a committee of doctors to conduct tests and ensure the standard operating procedure (SOP) is followed on the campus.
Covid-19: Haryana logs 3,748 fresh cases, positivity rate at 8.11% today; Omicron case tally at 123. (ANI)

Karnataka reports 8,449 new Covid-19 cases, 505 recoveries and 4 deaths in the last 24 hours. Active cases 30,113. (ANI)

No sale of liquor during weekend curfew: Karnataka excise minister

Lockdown, a policy of the past, not a remedy to contain Covid-19: Karnataka minister

Karnataka minister R Ashoka tests positive for Covid-19

There will be strict enforcement of presenting vaccination certificates, as a universal pass, before entering any public place, including markets, malls, pubs, bars, restaurants, etc: Karnataka health minister Dr K Sudhakar. (ANI)

Karnataka reports 107 new Omicron cases, state tally rises to 333
Karnataka on Friday reported 107 Omicron variant of Covid-19 cases on Thursday taking the tally in the state to 333, informed state Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar.
TBM Avni breaks through at MG Road
Tunnel boring machine (TBM) Avni on Thursday achieved a breakthrough at MG Road underground Metro station (Pink Line). “TBM Avni, a slurry-based machine launched on September 5 at Shivajinagar Metro station, completed its tunnelling length of 1,086m and achieved a breakthrough at MG Road station,” said a BMRCL press release.
6 cops suspended, 26 shunted from women’s police station
Mangaluru police commissioner N Shashi Kumar announced a major reshuffle at the women’s police station in Pandeshwar, where six personnel were suspended based on a preliminary report, and 26 others are being transferred out.
Karnataka: Mandya school forces Class 8 girl to strip for carrying mobile

Engineering chaos: No decision yet on mode of classes
Engineering students in colleges affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) were caught in a bind on Thursday with neither the higher education department nor the varsity offering any definitive information on the conduct of classes. Confusion reigned on Thursday with VTU and the higher education department issuing statements and counter statements. It began on Tuesday evening when ministers R Ashoka and K Sudhakar said only medical and para medical colleges will be allowed to function in Bengaluru over the next two weeks as part measures to contain the spread of Covid-19.
Karnataka: Mysuru-Madikeri road four-laning set to start

Covid-19: Karnataka has nearly 2 lakh beds, 35% more than in 2nd wave

Karnataka: 4.5 lakh applicants await ration cards across state

Karnataka: Mandya school forces Class 8 girl to strip for carrying mobile

46% Bengaluru rural kids exposed to Covid-19
A seroprevalence study conducted in Bengaluru Rural district in June-July last year has shown that 46% of children in the 0-18 age group have been exposed to Covid-19.
School lodges plaint against kin on girl’s charge about religion
Can’t afford another lockdown, say Bengaluru transporters
K’taka: FIR against 3 bizmen for availing Rs 5.6 crore loans with forged papers


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