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I will strive for Welfare of Labour Class : Tanveer Sait

Bengaluru, KARNATAKA :

Mysuru :

“I have served as Labour Minister in former Chief Minister Dharam Singh’s Cabinet and in future too I would like to strive for the welfare of the labour class,” said Minister- designate Tanveer Sait who has got a ministerial berth in the Cabinet reshuffle.

Speaking to press persons who called on him at his residence in Udayagiri here yesterday Tanveer Sait thanked Chief Minister Siddharamaiah and party senior leaders for inducting him into the Cabinet for the second time in recognition of his good work. He further said that success and failure were part of public life and power and authority were not eternal. He pointed out that the support of the party activists and public in general was vital.

Tanveer Sait continuing said that the Chief Minister and Party High Command not to exclude the party activists, with a lot of faith had entrusted the responsibility of a Minister now and he assured to live up to expectations thus bringing a good name to the party.

With the news of Tanveer Sait’s name getting announced in the list of new Ministers, party leaders of N.R. Mohalla greeted Sait at his house, burst crackers in front of his house and distributed sweets.

source: http://www.starofmysore.com / Star of Mysore / Home> General News / June  19th, 2016

Tanveer Sait among 13 to be sworn-in today

Bengaluru, KARNATAKA :

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Bengaluru :

Narasimharaja MLA Tanveer Sait, who had served as the Minister of State for Haj and Labour in the N. Dharam Singh Cabinet, is among the 13 who will be sworn-in as Ministers on the lawns of Raj Bhavan at 4 pm today in the re-jigged council of Ministers led by Chief Minister Siddharamaiah.

The swearing-in of these Ministers comes a day after AICC President Sonia Gandhi gave her nod to the reshuffle after a prolonged meeting with CM Siddharamaiah, Home Minister Dr. G. Parameshwar, leader of the Congress in the Lok Sabha M. Mallikarjuna Kharge, AICC General Secretary and Party ‘s Karnataka in-Charge Digvijay Singh, Rajya Sabha member from Karnataka Oscar Fernandes and others at her 10 Janpath residence in the national capital.

In his bid to bring in new faces into the Cabinet as a prelude to the party’s efforts to retain power in the 2018 Assembly elections, Siddharamaiah has decided to shunt out 14 Ministers and induct new Ministers, which needless to say has drawn flak from supporters of out-going Ministers, who have taken to streets.

Those in the list of Ministers in the Siddharamaiah Cabinet who are on their way out are: V. Sreenivasa Prasad, M.H. Amarnath (Ambarish), Kimmane Rathnakar, Shamanur Shivashankarappa, Babu Rao Chinchansur, Qamarul Islam, Dinesh Gundu Rao, Vinay Kumar Sorake, Sathish Jarakiholi, Abhay Chandra Jain, P.T. Parameshwar Nayak, S.R. Patil and Krishna Byregowda.

Those who are likely to be inducted into the Siddharamaiah Cabinet at Raj Bhavan with Governor Vajubhai R. Vala administering the oath of office and secrecy this evening are:

Tanveer Sait, Kagodu Thimmappa, Ramesh Kumar, Ramesh Jarakiholi, Santhosh Lad, Priyank Kharge, H.Y. Meti, S.S. Mallikarjun, Rudrappa Lamani, Pramod Madhwaraj, M.R. Seetharam, Basavaraja Raya Reddy and Eshwar Khandre.

Blend of caste, region: Many political analysts have described the new Siddu Cabinet as perfect blend of caste and region factors, but maintained that it was too early to assess as how effective the new Cabinet would be. It is reliably learnt that the portfolios for the newly inducted Ministers would be announced soon.

source: http://www.starofmysore.com / Star of Mysore / Home> General News / June 19th, 2016

Karnataka Urdu Academy Chairperson passes away

Bengaluru , KARNATAKA :

Dr. Fauzia Choudhry collapsed while speaking at a programme in Kannada Bhavan, Bengaluru

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Mysuru :

Dr. Fauzia Choudhry (52), Chairperson of Karnataka Urdu Academy, passed away yesterday in Bengaluru following a heart attack.

She leaves behind her husband, three daughters and a host of relatives and friends.

Dr. Fauzia Choudhry, who collapsed while delivering the presidential address at a programme held at the Urdu Library in Kannada Bhavan, was rushed to St. Martha’s Heart Centre, where she was declared brought dead.

Namaz-e-Janaza will be held today after Zohar at Masjid-e-Khadria, followed by the burial at Khudus Saheb Makhan in Bengaluru.

Condoled: MLA Tanveer Sait, Secretary of Mysore District Relief Committee Mohammed Mumtaz Ahmed and others have condoled her death.

source: http://www.starofmysore.com / Star of Mysore / Home> General News / Thursday  – February 25th, 2016

Rajyotsava awardees from Mysore feted

 Seen are (from right) Rajyotsava awardees Dr. Vasanthkumar Thimakapura, Bannur Kempamma, Dr. N. Rathna, Dr. V. Lakshminarayan and My.Na. Gopalakrishna with City Congress President C. Dasegowda, MDCC Bank President C. Basavegowda, MP Vishwanath, MLA Tanveer Sait, ZP President Mahadevu, Mysore District Kannada Sahitya Parishat President M. Chandrashekar and others during the felicitation ceremony at the MP’s office at Govt. Guest House in city this morning.
Seen are (from right) Rajyotsava awardees Dr. Vasanthkumar Thimakapura, Bannur Kempamma, Dr. N. Rathna, Dr. V. Lakshminarayan and My.Na. Gopalakrishna with City Congress President C. Dasegowda, MDCC Bank President C. Basavegowda, MP Vishwanath, MLA Tanveer Sait, ZP President Mahadevu, Mysore District Kannada Sahitya Parishat President M. Chandrashekar and others during the felicitation ceremony at the MP’s office at Govt. Guest House in city this morning.

Mysore :

Rajyotsava awardees from the city and district — Dr. V. Lakshminarayan, Dr. N. Ratna, My. Na. Gopalakrishna, Dr. Vasanthkumar Thimakapura and Bannur Kempamma — were felicitated at a function organised at Mysore-Kodagu MP’s office at Government Guest House in Nazarbad here this morning.

MP H. Vishwanath, speaking on the occasion, said it is a matter of delight that the Government has identified and awarded the achievers who have excelled in their own fields.

Pointing out that the State Government had chosen the Rajyotsava awardees purely on merit, without giving way for the interference of political or external forces, Vishwanath said the government’s action had only enhanced the value of Rajyotsava award.

NR constituency MLA Tanveer Sait, who presided, said the Government’s action of selecting the awardees based on merit, was a sign of better prospects for the State.

Tanveer Sait called for more developmental works in the city so as to make it a model one for the entire country.

He also stressed the need for making Mysore a bigger educational hub, with the city already known for providing quality education besides making rapid strides in the educational field .

Mysore District Kannada Sahitya Parishat President M. Chandrasekhar was the chief guest.

source: http://www.starofmysore.com / Star of Mysore / Home> General News / November 07th, 2013