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Banks are auctioning 107 Acres in Coorg to recover 148 crore

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3 banks given loan to Great Indian Nautanki Company. For buying a property by Great Indian Tamasha Company. Tamasha Co is also a guarantor. Now it’s #NPA. Didn’t the names ring any bell? [email protected]_Bank? [email protected]_Bank? [email protected]? pic.twitter. Read More

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Tusker Kusha returns to Dubare; joins herd

Tusker Kusha, who was radio-collared and left inside the Bandipur Tiger Reserve from his original place at Dubare Elephant Camp, has returned to its familiar territory. He has been spotted inside the Dubare Range Forest abutting the camp and is roaming around with a herd that has a couple of female elephants. Read More

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Centre Sanctions Rs. 25 Crore For Critical Care Centre At Madikeri

The long-pending and legitimate demand of the people of Kodagu for a Critical Care Centre comprising advanced facilities for ailments like heart and kidney and emergencies will soon become a reality as the Centre has released Rs. 25 crore to set up a new Critical Care Centre (CCC) at Madikeri under the Pradhan Mantri Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure (PMABHI) Mission. Read More

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Mini Airport At Kushalnagar: Team Inspects Land

Works to begin for a 20-seater aircraft to land or to build a heli-port
Kushalnagar: Days after Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai mentioned at the World Economic Forum Summit in Davos that a mini-airport or a heliport will be constructed on a 49. Read More

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Coorg Coffee Makes Its Presence Felt In Davos

CM Bommai says focus is Beyond Bengaluru; Tier 2 and 3 cities to get importance

Davos: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai yesterday launched the global investors meet at the Karnataka pavilion on the main promenade at the World Economic Forum (WEF) meet being held in Davos. Read More

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Special lecture on civil services exam at CIT

Coorg Institute of Technology, Ponnampet, will be organizing a special lecture on “An insight into Civil Services Exam” at its premises in Ponnampet at 11 am on Apr. 28. Mysore SP R. Chetan, an alumnus of the college will deliver the special lecture, which is organized by the Alumni Association of the College. For details, contact Mob: 95355-42005 or visit https://www.citcoorg.edu. Read More

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Cariappa Park at Baramulla in Kashmir renovated with new library

Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa’s son, family visit Park, War Memorials; recall warm ties
The Cariappa Park at Baramulla in Kashmir, named after India’s first Commander-in-Chief Field Marshal Kodandera Madappa Cariappa has been renovated at a cost of Rs 3 crore.
Baramulla is located on the banks of River Jhelum, downstream of Srinagar. Read More

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Free electricity for up to 10HP Pumpsets for coffee planters

The demand of planters for free electricity to them has been agreed to by CM Bommai. Planters were  a dejected lot, as their demand was overlooked in the recent budget. But once the demand was again raised by Madikeri MLA Appachu Ranjan in the zero hour of the legislative session few days back, and after subsequent discussions, CM Bommai consented to the demand. Read More

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2022 Budget allocations for Coorg

Wrap-Up and notes on the 2022 Karnataka budgetary allocation for Coorg.
Model University:
Coorg will be one of the district where a model university will be set-up. This “model university” will be functioning with a thin staff and will use IT infrastructure for functioning.
5 Crore of Apiculture, 10 Crore for development of Kodava Community and a research center for Arebhase Gowdas. Read More

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Four wild elephants radio-collared in Thithimathi Forest

The Forest Department officials have radio collared four wild elephants in Thithimathi yesterday and are on a look out to radio collar another elephant.
The four wild elephants were radio collared after conducting operations at Abbur, Tarikatte, Hosahalli and Devarapura Devarakadu and the Forest officials have named these four wild elephants as Ananya, Akanksha, Makhna and Aiyappa. Read More

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