WE ARE PROUD OF MASTER.R.SAHANESH


Master. Sahanesh. R

Aged about 14 years, S/o Rajesh .M,

Studying at Sri Mahanteshwara English Higher Primary School, Kuduru, At 9th Standard, Magadi Taluk, Ramanagar Dist. Karnataka.

On 05.06.2014 the students of Shree Mahanteshwara Eglish High School participated in world Environment Day and were returning home in the school bus. The bus carrying 15 to 20 students met with an accident at Kudur cross, Solur Hobli. Master Sahanesh pulled out 15 to 16 children from the bus and saved them.

We thank Master.Sahanesh for his courage and thank his parents.

 

BUYERS OF PROPERTIES ARE TAKEN FOR A RIDE BY BUILDERS/DEVELOPERS/SELLERS


THE BUILDERS/DEVELOPERS/SELLERS HAVE A CLEAR CUT STRATEGY.  IT IS A CLEAR CUT CASE, WHERE THE TITLES ARE DISPUTED OR HAVE DISCREPANCY OR THERE ARE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE CLAIMS AGAINST THE PROPERTY.  THE DEVELOPERS BUY IT OR ENTER INTO A JOINT DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT KNOWINGLY WELL AND OFFER THESE PROPERTIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES AS `PRE LAUNCH OFFER`.

WHEN THE LITIGATION IS BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF THE BUYER, THE DEVELOPER NORMALLY AND GENERALLY APPROACHES THE COURT AND GET SOME RELIEF, BUT SUCH RELIEF IS TIME BOUND AND IS VALID TILL THE DISPOSAL OF THE CASE.  BUT THE SHREWD AND NOTORIOUS BUILDER WILL DEFINITELY LOSE THE CASE AND PREFER AN APPEAL AND CONTINUES TO DODGE THE BUYER WITH THIS KIND OF UN DISPOSABLE SUITS AND PROLONG THE SAME.

TOP BUILDERS OF BANGALORE HAVE SEVERAL CASES ON `PRIME PROPERTIES` AND HIDDEN VIOLATIONS OR HAVE OBTAINED BUILDING PLAN APPROVALS IN CONTRAVENTION TO THE PREVAILING LAWS BY MISREPRESENTING THE FACTS.

BEWARE AND DO NOT COMPROMISE ON THE TITLE AND DO NOT BUY PROPERTIES, IF THEY HAVE LITIGATION, EVEN THE BIGGEST OF THE BIGGER DEVELOPER CAN DO `NOTHING` IN THE COURT OF LAW. MANY SUCH CASES ARE PENDING AND ARE AT VARIOUS STAGES IN THE COURTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

BOUGHT A SITE FROM HOUSING CO-OP SOCIETY- GET READY FOR ENQUIRY!!


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LARGE SCALE TAX EVASION DETECTED BY THE INCOME TAX DEPARTMENT AND THE DEPARTMENT OF STAMPS AND REGISTRATION IN KARNATAKA

SITES FORMED BY HOUSING CO OP SOCIETIES AND SOLD BY THEM.

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AN EXAMPLE:

BOUGHT A SITE FROM A HOUSING CO OP SOCIETY, MEASURING 1200SQUARE FEET(30X40 FEET) AT RS1000/- PER SQUARE FEET AND REGISTERED IT FOR RS500/-  OR AT RS6,00,000/- AT GUIDANCE VALUE OR THE SR VALUE!!! PAID CASH OF RS500/- SQUARE FEET OR RS6,00,000/- IN CASH OR CHEQUE.

THE PENALTY WILL BE RS3,96,000/- ONLY.

RURAL AKRAMA-SAKRAMA GETS THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR IN KARNATAKA


IN A MAJOR POLITICAL MOVE, WHICH HAS SET WRONG PRECEDENT BY THE HIGHLY PLACED, THE RURAL AKARMA-SAKRAMA SCHEME GOT THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR WITH LITTLE MODIFICATIONS.

 

AKRAMA-SAKRAMA AMENDMENT RETURNED


THE GOVERNOR OF KARNATAKA HAS RETURNED THE AMENDMENT BILL ON AKRAMA – SAKRAMA (REGULARISATION OF UNAUTHORISED BUILDING IN GOVERNMENT LANDS) AND HAS ADVISED THE GOVERNMENT TO TAKE ACTION ON A.T.RAMASWAMY COMMITTEE REPORT AND TASK FORCE REPORT ON THE RECOVERY OF THE GOVERNMENT LANDS.

THE AKRAMA-SAKRAMA BILL IS POSTED FOR HEARING IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA TODAY !!!

 

 

Permanent Benches of Karnataka High Court at Dharwad and Gulbarga Districts in the State of Karnataka


The Union Cabinet today gave its approval for the establishment of permanent benches of the Karnataka High Court at Dharwad and Gulbarga Districts in the State of Karnataka. Establishment of Permanent Benches of the Karnataka High Court at Dharwad and Gulbarga would facilitate better access for justice to litigants of the Districts, covered under the jurisdiction of the Dharwad and Gulbarga Benches. It will also help in speedy disposal of cases with consequent reduction in pendency in the High Court.

The proposal to make the Circuit Benches permanent has been approved by both the State Government and Chief Justice of the High Court.