M C Nanaiah

You will understand the problem when elephants stray into Vidhana Soudha: M C Nanaiah

Frustrated with the little that that the state govt is doing to mitigate the man-elephant conflict in Coorg, Nanaiah slammed the Govt in the state legislature on Thursday.  Nanaiah was quoted in The Hindu stating that:
You will come to know about the seriousness of the problem only if a herd of eight to 10 wild elephants enter the Vidhana Soudha premises when the legislature session is going on. Read More

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Bopaiah says he will quit if the World Heritage tag is not removed

Shola Forests at Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary.Image: By Shyamal via Wikimedia Commons
Claiming that the World Heritage Tag will have adverse effects on people’s life in Coorg, Bopaiah said that he will resign from the Speaker’s post if it need be, a move seen as a tactic to pressurize the BJP Govt in Karnataka to accept his demands. Read More

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Massive Suspensions Ordered of Officials indulged in facilitating illegal land sale in Coorg

According to the Report in Deccan Herald;
The State government has ordered the district administration to suspend the village accountants, revenue inspectors and shirastedars who facilitated 26 cases of sale of agriculture land in violation of Karnataka Land Revenue Act in Kodagu district during 2005-10. Read More

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Kannada Rajyotsava celebrated in Madikeri

Forest Minister and District  In-charge Minister C.H. Vijayashankar hoisted the tricolour and  the Kannada flag at the Kannada Rajyotsava celebrations in Madikeri on  Monday,  and the Minister listed out the welfare schemes introduced by Yeddyurappa-led BJP Government. He  called upon the people of Kodagu to strive hard and rededicate themselves to protect Kannada. Read More

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Will Appachu’s loyalty pay…. at least this time?

Be it politically or development wise….Coorg getting a raw deal by the State Govt every time has been a buzz word in Coorg since long. Tomorrow will be another Cabinet expansion of the BJP Govt in Karnataka. And our 3 Time MLA and loyal man of BJP in Coorg-Appachu Ranjan and his followers should be waiting with baited breath. Read More

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Kodava Cultural Study Center inaugurated

MLC M.C. Nanaiah inaugurated the Kodava Cultural Study Centre in Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa College on Monday on the occasion, he said that the centre should give priority to all communities that spoke Kodava as their mother tongue and record traditional rituals and culture for posterity. Read More

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CMC – Lung space around Madikeri to be protected

The City Muncipal council (CMC) meeting held on Tuesday 14th September resolved to preserve and protect the green cover provided by the urban forests in and around Madikeri town limits. The meeting further resolved, unanimously to evict encroachers of the hill side and government lands which were posing a risk to the ecology and also was an eyesore. Read More

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The issues dear to People of Coorg

By: I K Anil, CLN
M.C.N. has written to the CM on all pertaining matters, dear to  the people of  Coorg. He further, has stated  that despite drawing the CM s attention on the floor of the house, nothing substantial  has  been done on these burning issues. Read More

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MCN: Solve Pending Issues of Kodagu

Urges CM to not pay lip service.
Madikeri : MLC M.C. Nanaiah addressed a press conference in Madikeri and urged  the Chief Minister to convene a high-level meeting of people’s representatives to solve the contentious issues plaguing the District. Read More

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Give farmers permission to shoot rogue elephants – MCN

Speaking during the zero hour in the Legislative Council,  M.C. Nanaiah requested the  Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, that permission be granted  to shoot rogue elephants. The CM inhis reply said that  shooting  rogue elephants is not the solution to the problem, instead , they would be radio-collared and translocated. Read More

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