A meeting to discuss the long-pending demands of coffee growers has been called in Bengaluru on Mar. 6, said Mysuru-Kodagu Member of Parliament Pratap Simha. The meeting will be held with State BJP leaders to discuss the problems faced by coffee growers and attention of State and Union governments will be drawn, he said. Read MoreRead More...
Image: Col Muthanna & Ashwath Raje Urs are seen here communicating with the MP
A delegation from Kodagu submitted a memorandum to Pratap Simha, MP, at his office at Jaladarshini Guest House on Hunsur Road here today urging the MP to impress upon the Centre to drop the project.
The delegation, comprising Manu Somaiah of Save Cauvery Trust, power line specialist Dr. Shankar Sharma, Col. K.T. Read More
By K K Aiyamma
Firstly let me Congratulate the Voters in Coorg for choosing Pratap Simha and Simha for winning. Coorg saw a 71.94 % turnout during the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections and I am sure most of the votes from Coorg went to Pratap’s kitty. The Narendra Modi Govt has won this election on the development plank. Read More