Another one bites the dirty dust,and they say alls well in theÂ coffee heartland ofÂ India.Â
Worried over heavy borrowing, a person committed suicide at Somwarpet.
According to police,G.S.Lingaraju, 45, committed suicide by hanging inside an estate. Lingaraju was reportedly missing since 12th of June. Read More
Large number of villagers, led by Cauvery Sene staged a protest against a mini hydel project proposed at Koodoli Kundh near Surlabbi in Somwarpet taluk.
Villagers from Surlabbi, Kumbaragadige, Mankya and Garvale came in large number to the spot yesterday as media and members of Kaveri sene went there. They stated that a Bangalore based company did survey. Read More
MLC Arun machaiah addressed a village development meeting near Virajpet and alleged that the official delay is hampering the development of the district.
Continuing his talk in Maggula village yesterday, he lambasted the officials and said that lakhs of rupees sanctioned for the development was returned, as the funds could not be utilized on time. Read More
THE MEMBERS OF Cauvery sene yesterday laid seize to the forest department at Shanivarsanthe and alleged that crores worth of forest wealth is being looted under their very nose.
Led by convener Ravi Chengappa, the protestors along with villagers rounded up the forst office and accused them of encouraging smuggling. Read More
KARNATAKA’S 3 CROPS GET GI CERTIFICATION (orange of Coorg, Beetle vine of Mysore and plantains of Nanjangud will get Intellectual Property Rights)
Three crops in Karnataka have received Geographical Indication Registration (GI) certificate.
Orange crops in Coorg, Beetle vine of Mysore and plantains of Nanjangud will enjoy the Intellectual Property Rights, which identifies a product as originating from a specific region. The certification will also prevent exploitation of these crops, as the growers will have the ownership. Read More
Madikeri: Kodavas and Kodava-related issues have been in the news. Be it inventing a new script for the Kodava language or determining the origin of the Kodavas through DNA tests. Reactions, barring a few individuals and organisations, have been few in comparison with the slew of write-ups that have appeared in the media. Read MoreRead More...