Government of Karnataka (India) | Land Portal
Acronym: 
GoK

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Multi-Storied Building,
Dr. Ambedkar Veedhi
560 001 Bangalore , Karnataka
Inde
Karnataka IN
Postal address: 
Department of e-Governance Secretary to Government (e-Governance) DPAR (Administrative Reforms) Room No:107, Multi-Storied Building, Dr. Ambedkar Veedhi, Bangalore 560 001.
Working languages: 
anglais

Karnataka is a state in southwest India with Arabian Sea coastlines. The capital, Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore), is a high-tech hub known for its shopping and nightlife. To the southwest, Mysore is home to lavish temples including Mysore Palace, former seat of the region’s maharajas. Hampi, once the medieval Vijayanagara empire’s capital, contains ruins of Hindu temples, elephant stables and a stone chariot.

The Government of Karnataka is a democratically elected body with the governor as the constitutional head. The governor who is appointed for five years appoints the chief minister and his council of ministers. Even though the governor remains the ceremonial head of the state, the day-to-day running of the government is taken care of by the chief minister and his council of ministers in whom a great amount of legislative powers are vested.

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Library Resource
Rapports et recherches
décembre, 2014
Asie, Asie méridionale, Inde

Rainfed areas are hotspots of poverty and malnutrition, and are prone to
severe land degradation of natural resources. Globally, 80% of agriculture is
rainfed providing 62% of the world’s staple food. With increasing population
over the years, per capita availability and quality of land and water resources
have declined substantially resulting to water scarcity. Agriculture is the major
consumer of water, accounting for 70-80% of water withdrawal. With the
impacts of climate change, existing water and land scarcity will be aggravated

Library Resource
Législation et politiques
octobre, 2014
Inde

An Act to provide for measures to curb organized attempts to grab lands whether belonging to the Government, wakf or the Hindu Religious Institutions and Charitable Endowments, local authorities or other statutory or non-statutory bodies owned or controlled or managed by the Government.

Library Resource
Législation et politiques
août, 2004
Inde

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