Government has formulated this policy with a view to provide an overarching framework for streamlining the process of infrastructure development with a primary focus on improving provision of public service delivery in a sustainable manner.It is expected that this policy would supplement the Government’s efforts in bridging the gap between deman

The purpose of this Bill is to provide for a legal framework for infrastructure development through Public Private Partnerships, incorporating contractual arrangements to design, finance, construct, operate and maintain Infrastructure Projects, provide for a fair and transparent selection process, set out rights and obligations of the Government

Karnataka has abundant potential for development of solar energy. Under the Karnataka renewable energy policy, it is envisaged that the state will have a target for achieving 126 MW of solar power up to 2013-14. This includes the power that the state is likely to get under the JNSSM.

The draft solar policy released by Karnataka government for 2011-2016. The state government aims to install 40 MW of solar power generation capacity every year between FY12 and FY16. This capacity includes the generation capacity selected under the first and second phases of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.

An Act to regulate and control the development and management of ground water and matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. Whereas, it is expedient to provide for Regulation and control of development and management of ground water in the State and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

A Bill to regulate and control the development and management of ground water and matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. Whereas, it is expedient to provide for Regulation and control of development and management of ground water in the State and for matters connected therewith or incident thereto.

Karnataka has taken a lead initiative in developing sustainable agribusiness through this ‘Integrated Agribusiness Development Policy’ covering agriculture and allied sectors (like horticulture, fisheries, animal husbandry, sericulture and food processing) both in infrastructure and industrial segments on an end to end concept.

The draft of the Karnataka (Prevention of Illegal Mining, Transportation and Storage of Minerals) Rules, 2011 which the Government of Karnataka proposes to make in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 23 (C) of Mines and Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (Central Act 67 of 1957) is hereby published for the information of persons likely to be affected thereby and notice is he

An Act further to amend the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Act, 1964. This Act may be called the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage (Amendment) Act, 2011.

Main focus of the livestock development policy is to augment farmers
income through accelerated growth of livestock sector. Main objectives are: Two fold increase in livestock production in next 8-10 years formeeting internal demand and for export; Increasing productivity along with improvement in quality of products; and
Augmenting farmers income.

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