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Karunya KR-536 Kerala lottery result announced: Check the list of winners for February 12, first winner grabs Rs 80 lakh

Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Karunya KR-536 lottery ticket today at 3 pm. The next Karunya Lottery will take place on February 19.

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Karunya KR-536 Kerala lottery result

Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Karunya KR-536 lottery ticket today at 3 pm. The draw took place at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction, in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram. The winner of the first prize will get Rs 80 lakh while the second and third prize winner will get Rs 5 lakh and Rs 1 lakh respectively.

The lottery holders can check the winning list on the official website of Kerala Lotteries.

Check Karunya KR-536 lottery results

The winner of the first prize (Rs 80 lakh) is KK 972780

The winner of the second prize (Rs 5 lakh) is KH 605088

The winners of the third prize (Rs 1 lakh) are KA 616555 KB 536646 KC 928983 KD 370865 KE 382780 KF 616200 KG 936794 KH 328101 KJ 963244 KK 986011 KL 800889 KM 613763

The winners of the consolation prize (Rs 8,000) are KA 972780 KB 972780 KC 972780 KD 972780 KE 972780 KF 972780 KG 972780 KH 972780 KJ 972780 KL 972780 KM 972780

For the tickets ending with the following numbers.

The winners of fourth prize (Rs 5,000) are 0423 0849 0940 0944 1533 1552 1946 4253 4995 5425 5461 6725 6959 7273 7801 8664 8749 9117

The winners of fifth prize (Rs 2,000) are 0304 3358 4072 4264 4819 6076 6989 8329 9090 9924

The winners of sixth prize (Rs 1,000) are 0570 1403 2477 2686 3701 4079 4205 4902 5534 5731 5890 7571 8233 8248

The winners of seventh prize (Rs 500) are 0097 0144 0307 0317 0326 0465 0480 0545 0616 0655 0842 1038 1180 1239 1391 1430 1447 1482 1651 1695 1786 1795 1801 2044 2431 2481 2543 2966 3024 3130 3249 3273 3750 3815 3911 3927 3941 4069 4383 4445 4471 4757 4981 5040 5138 5207 5209 5476 5656 5659 5928 5930 6185 6321 6431 6524 6666 6976 7008 7095 7112 7339 7573 7616 7617 7738 7804 7891 8044 8253 8526 8542 8583 8934 9010 9238 9333 9430 9864 9932

The winners of eighth prize (Rs 100) are 0006 0126 0173 0246 0287 0299 0308 0315 0416 0477 0649 0800 0809 0810 0873 0958 0981 1004 1050 1147 1184 1249 1251 1284 1314 1331 1509 1652 1691 1821 1942 1986 2019 2021 2094 2205 2299 2320 2443 2516 2545 2556 2563 2664 2795 2892 3081 3204 3275 3400 3638 3691 3711 3797 3860 3890 3958 3984 4042 4045 4054 4126 4198 4399 4727 4780 5199 5273 5489 5490 5492 5614 5618 5984 6151 6202 6438 6660 6695 6717 6799 6804 7069 7126 7141 7181 7291 7452 7485 7740 7771 7866 8003 8013 8035 8069 8101 8115 8141 8244 8446 8479 8486 8499 8628 8648 8662 8694 8755 8807 8947 8984 9027 9403 9461 9555 9601 9626 9707 9782 9808 9850 9903 9959

The prize winners are advised to verify the winning numbers with the results published in the Kerala Government Gazette and surrender the winning tickets within 30 days.

How to claim prize money?

Prize winners need to follow the claim rules of the Kerala State Lottery Department. If the winning amount is above Rs 1 lakh then the winner needs to submit a self-attested copy of the PAN Card.

Winning AmountSubmit Claim Form Department
5000 Rs and Below AmountTicket Agents
1 Lakh Rs and Below AmountDepartment of District Lottery Offices
1 Lakh Rs and Below {Other State}Department of Directorate
1 Lakh Rs or Above AmountDepartment of Director of State Lotteries
1 Lakh Rs to 20 Lakhs Rs AmountDepartment of Deputy Director
20 lakhs and Above AmountDepartment of Director

Karunya State Lotteries Result

There are nine prizes in the Karunya lottery ticket, including a consolation reward. The first prize winner receives Rs 80 lakh, while the second and third prizes get Rs 5 lakh and 1 lakh respectively. The lottery agency will deduct 10 percent from the first to third prizes and allocate the remaining cash to the agents (who sell the winning tickets). In the case of the 4th to 8th places, as well as the consolation awards, 10 percent of the prize money (agent’s commission) will be paid from a government-allocated fund.

Next Karunya Lottery

The next Karunya Lottery will take place on February 19 at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction, in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram at 3 pm.

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Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah deletes post on reservation for Kannadigas in private sector after backlash from business community

the Cabinet meeting held yesterday approved a bill to make it mandatory to hire 100 per cent Kannadigas for C and D-grade posts in all private industries in the State.

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Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday deleted his social media post on the reservation Bill, which reserves seats in groups C and D for Kannadigas only in the private sector, after backlash from the business community.

Announcing the Bill on X, Siddaramaiah said the Cabinet meeting held yesterday approved a bill to make it mandatory to hire 100 per cent Kannadigas for C and D-grade posts in all private industries in the State.

The post further read, “It is our government’s wish that the Kannadigas should avoid being deprived of jobs in the land of Kannada and should be given an opportunity to build a comfortable life in the motherland.” He said that his government is a pro-Kannada government and their priority is to look after the welfare of Kannadigas.

Later after criticism from industry leaders, the Kartnataka CM deleted the post and then shared another post in Kannada that talks about giving reservation of 50% for administrative posts and 75% for non-administrative posts for Kannadigas in private industries and other organizations of the State.

Speaking to the media, Labour Minister Santosh Lad said the government is trying to introduce a law to give preference to locally available skills. He added that at the management level, it has been decided to provide reservations to 50% of the people.

At the non-management level, it has been decided to provide work to 70%, he said. If a particular skill is not available, people can be outsourced and they can be given work here. But the Government is trying to bring in a law to give preference to locally available skills, the minister further added.

In response to the government’s announcement about the passage of the Bill, industry leaders and unions voiced concerns that it would impede industry growth by pushing away skilled workers not protected by the quota. Nasscom, the apex body for the technology industry in India, stated that the Bill was “deeply disturbing”.

Mohandas Pai, a Padma Shri Awardee and former CFO and Board Member at Infosys, also said that the government must focus on increasing jobs, training, and educating Kannada youth instead of driving away investment. Karnataka is India’s best state, adding that he said we should not destroy this. Pai termed the Bill as ‘discriminatory, regressive, and against the Constitution’ even as he attacked the ruling Congress for the decision.

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Maharashtra sends controversial IAS trainee Puja Khedkar back to academy

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Trainee IAS officer Puja Khedkar, who has been the eye of the storm, has been asked by the Maharashtra Government to report back to the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), Mussoorie.

A letter from Maharashtra Additional Chief Secretary Nitin Gadre stated LBSNAA has suspended district training of Khedkar and has called her back for further necessary action. The letter said she has been relieved from the district training programme of the state government of Maharashtra and has been asked to join the academy by July 23 under any circumstances.

Khedkar had made it to the headlines for her alleged demands of a separate office and official car, besides using a beacon on her private luxury car without official sanction.

Earlier this month, a report regarding Khedkar and her father’s objectionable behaviour was sent by Pune District Collector Suhas Diwase to the state government.

Reports said Khedkar completed her MBBS and then appeared for the UPSC exams several times. According to her, she joined the IRS in 2019. In a later interview she said she could not join the IRS since there were some technical problems in the OBC allocation of her seat.

Thereafter, in November 2021, she applied and got appointed as the assistant director in the Sports Authority of India. She then appeared for the Civil Services Examination in 2021 and cleared the preliminary exam, the main examination, and the interview, securing the 821st rank.

However, she failed to present herself for a medical test to confirm disability claims of blindness and mental illness due to which she was getting benefits under the category of Persons with Benchmark Disabilities. Consequently, this persisted as a legal battle in Central Administrative Tribunal against UPSC.

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Supreme Court issues notice to CBI, ED on Manish Sisodia bail plea

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Manish Sisodia

The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued notice to the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Enforcement Directorate in connection with the bail pleas moved by former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.

The Supreme Court’s decided to issue notice to the two agencies after arguments on Sisodia’s petitions for bail in two cases relating to alleged irregularities in the now-scrapped Delhi liquor policy. The court granted two weeks to the agencies to file their views.

“Views of agencies have to be heard before any decision is taken,” said Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, pointing at the seriousness of the charges slapped on Sisodia. The former Delhi Deputy CM has been under judicial remand since February 2023 over corruption and money laundering charges.

According to Sisodia’s counsel, the charges against him are politically motivated and lack enough evidence. The counsel had sought bail on medical grounds, to which the CBI or ED objected, saying his release might hamper the ongoing investigation into the case by influencing the witnesses or tampering with evidence.

According to the CBI and ED, Sisodia’s involvement in the liquor policy scheme was responsible for substantial state revenue loss and worked in favor of private liquor vendors.

Manish Sisodia, known for his transformational work in the field of education under the Delhi government, is not the only Aam Aadmi Party leader in jail. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Satyendar Jain are also behind bars. While Kejriwal is jailed in connection with the liquor policy case, Jain is in prison for corruption charges.

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