K G Bopaiah

Ample funds for development works: KGB

There is no shortage of funds for any  development works, Assembly Speaker K.G. Bopaiah said. “The constant complaint  that the Government is not releasing funds for  developmental activities is factually incorrect.  The Government has chalked out plans for  the development of the district.”  he said Speaking to presspersons after inaugurating the road construction  work under…

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CNC alleges the Dam is on the cards

The convenor of the C.N.C. N.U. Nachappa Codava has urged  the Governor of Karnataka, through a letter to cancel the mischievous Konganapole river project in South Coorg. N.U. Nachappa alleged that Major Irrigation Minister Basvaraj Bommai had informed the assembly on July 1 that the Govt is making an  all -out effort to supply water…

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CP(M) to Govt – Coorg needs agriculture not tourism

Lay more stress on Agriculture, Not tourism Criticizing the govt move to develop tourism in Coorg, the secretary of the CPI(M), I.R. Durgaprasad called upon MP A H Vishwanath to lay more stress on developing agriculture in the district by providing better produce prices and sops to agriculturists in the disctrict. He further stated that tourism…

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Speaker’s tirade at ZP meeting results in tears

TP President Sarita Poonacha breaks down during the meeting. The Karnataka Assembly Speaker K.G. Bopaiah is accused of making derogatory comments against her during the meeting. The monthly review meet of the ZP ended in chaos when the TP President  of Virajpet Saritha Poonacha was heckled out of the meeting in tears. The issue Saritha…

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Government Cancels 2 Crore Grant to Ashwini Nachappa’s sports academy

Ashwini Nachappa’s plan to start a athlectics academy in Coorg has met a set-back. The Karnataka Government has withdrawn the 2 Crore grant to the academy after certain local bodies and politicians from Coorg opposed the move accusing that Mrs.Nachappa is doing so for personal gains. K.G.Bopaiah, the assembly speaker from Coorg had even “threathend…

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