Thursday, September 28, 2006

'Display name-boards in Kannada or face action'

'Display name-boards in Kannada or face action'
New Indian Express

BANGALORE: The Karnataka Government has made it mandatory for all the shops and commercial establishments to have their name-boards written in Kannada or else face legal action.

According to an official release from the State Labour Commissioner, though the government had made it mandatory to display name-boards in Kannada, considerable number of shops and commercial establishments were yet to implement it.

However, the Labour department officials and the Kannada development authority would jointly hold a weeklong campaign in all districts and initiate action against the owners of shops and commercial establishments that have failed to adhere to the government directive by October 31.


At Friday, September 29, 2006 at 4:17:00 AM GMT+5:30, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And this is more important to crack down than the hundred other law and order violations going on? Bangalore seems to be in regression....

Pretty soon we wil have teams to crack down on all the signs not changing to Bengaluru...


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