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Old January 21st, 2012, 07:25 AM   #121
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Drinking water scarcity to ease soon in Mysore, Chamarajanagar

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Projects worth Rs. 616 crore approved in these districts: Shettar

“Drinking water scarcity in parts of Mysore and Chamarajanagar districts will ease as the Government has approved projects worth Rs. 616 crore.

This includes 18 major projects for Mysore district, costing Rs. 355 crore, while Rs. 261 crore has been earmarked for the Chamarajanagar district,” Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Jagadish Shettar said on Friday.

He made the announcement here at a mass marriage ceremony held as part of the Suttur Jathra Mahotsava at Nanjangud taluk.

“The drinking water problems in Nanjangud taluk will be also ease as 124 villages in the taluk will be covered under these projects,” Mr. Shettar said.

He said of the Rs. 261 crore earmarked for the Chamarajanagar district, Rs. 115 crore would be spent to augment water supply in 131 villages in Gundlupet taluk and Rs. 145 crore for 166 villages in the Chamarajanagar taluk.

“The Government is committed to solving the drinking water problem in rural areas of the State and will take up works providing civic amenities,” Mr. Shettar said. Earlier, Chief Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda inaugurated the programme to mark the mass marriage in which 162 couples tied the knot. The Chief Minister praised the Suttur Math for conducting the event on a regular basis

The mass marriage was the 13th in the series conducted as part of the Jathra Mahotsava.

The couples were blessed by Sumitra Gandhi Kulkarni, granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi.

Rs. 261 crore earmarked for Chamarajanagar,


Rs. 355 crore for Mysore district

‘Government committed to solving drinking water problem in State'
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Old January 24th, 2012, 08:30 PM   #122
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Old February 2nd, 2012, 05:20 PM   #123
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Chamarajanagar to get new identity

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The backward district of Chamarajanagar is looking to put some of its major attractions on the tourist map, to draw visitors in increasing numbers.

Work on a few projects is already in progress, while a few more are awaiting clearances at the state government level. Thanks to Chamarajanagar MP R Dhruvanarayan, these projects have been initiated under Work on a few projects is already in progress, while a few more are awaiting clearances at the state government level.100 crore tourism grant from the Centre of which 3.5 crore is about to be received.

A proposal made in the Rs 100 crore grant is a trolley-type facility for visitors at the famous Bharachukki falls, one of the two arms of the Cauvery falls that comes under the district. The other Cauvery falls, Gaganachukki, is in Malavalli taluk of Mandya district.

Steps at the Bharachukki falls have already been improved. A trolley-type facility would help tourists to get an eye full of the nature’s grandeur, particularly for the aged, Dhruvanarayan said here on Wednesday. Gopinatham, a tiny village on the border of Chamarajanagar district, made a name for the worng reasons, during the heydays of forest brigand Veerappan, as he hailed from this area. This place will now be an eco-tourism centre. Thirteen cottages of eye-catching shapes have already been built by the State Department of Tourism in collaboration with the Forest Department. A few watch towers have also been built at vista points to witness the scenic ghats and the forests. Plans are afoot to develop the Suvarnavathi dam area on the lines of the famous Brindavan Gardens in Mandya district. A mini-Brindavan Gardens is being proposed here. "This can be an ideal tourist attraction during a stopover for those commuting via Coimbatore," the MP told Business Standard.

"Clearance for land and a few other formalities need to be completed by the state government. Once these formalities are through, the other projects can be initiated," Dhruvanarayan said. There was also a proposal to build a stadium at Chamarajanagar with the Centre's aid, he added. About the 'Jalapathothsava', the festival of water falls, held only once though, was announced to become an annual event, he said. The district incharge minister had to take interest as the festival was a state government initiative to popularise the Bharachukki falls. The Congress MP, at a press meet earlier, strongly criticised the state government for failing to make use of the Central grants sanctioned for the welfare and rehabilitation of tribals and other traditional forest dwellers. Though Rs 94.27 crore had been sanctioned, of which Rs 57.47 crore had been released to the deputy commissioners of five districts, including Chamarajanagar over a period of five years from 2007-08 and 2011-12, the amount spent was only Rs 14.11 crore. Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Kodagu and Mysore are the four other districts covered under the conservation-cum-development plan for the all-round welfare of the tribal communities. Charging the state government of 'total indifference' towards the welfare of 45,899 tribals in the five districts, Dhruvanarayan wondered as to what had happened to the rest of the amount. He had urged the chief minister yesterday to speed up implementation of the schemes.
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Old February 2nd, 2012, 05:21 PM   #124
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Ch’nagar second in implementing NRHM

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The border district Chamarajanagar, which has been tagged as the one of the backward districts in the State stands second place in the district in implementation of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).

A district-level awareness and incharge committee meeting was held in the city on Tuesday, which reviewed the progress, implementation and the reach of the project and the steps taken by the authorities concerned.

The officials submitted the report on the statistics of the mortality rate of infants and mothers, 100 per cent achievement in hospital delivery and steps taken to control the population level.

While the infant mortality rate stands at 178 for one lakh mothers in the state it is 97 in the district. With the proper implementation of the NRHM programme, the mortality rate of mothers is eight for the current year. Steps have been taken to reduce the figures, the officials explained.

MP R Dhruvanarayan expressed happiness over the implementation of NRHM in the district. The officials of health department should take the responsibility of creating awareness and strive to bag the first place in the district.

Only if awareness created among the elected representatives in the taluk-level, it is possible to reach the target, he said. The MP also stressed on maintaining cleanliness and hygiene in the primary health centres. Admitting that there are shortage of doctors in the hospital, he said the public resort to assaulting the doctors for medical failure. This is also one of the reason for the doctors hesitating to serve the rural areas. Additional deputy commissioner Dr H T Chandrashekar, ZP president K Rajeshwari and others were present.
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Old February 5th, 2012, 07:58 AM   #125
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Old February 13th, 2012, 09:20 PM   #126
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M M Hills to get Cauvery water by October

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Religious and Endowment department commissioner Krishnaiah said with the ongoing works on supplying drinking water to Male Mahadeshwara hills from Palar bridge is 75 per cent complete, the devotees visiting the hills would get Cauvery water by October.

Addressing a news conference in Chamarajangar on Monday, he said discussions will be held with the authorities concerned to expedite the works soon. If water from Cauvery river reaches the hills the existing drinking water problems will be solved.

Volunteers have to come forward and donate liberally so that the drinking water crisis does not arise during the Shivaratri jatra mahotsava. He also appealed to the people to maintain the cleanliness and hygiene of the temple and cooperate. Already 300 pourakarmikas have been appointed to keep the premises clean.

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Special parking facilities have been made for the vehicles. Tourist buses and lorries have to be parked to the left of Mahadeshwara bhavan and exit from Sri Shaila guest house. Cars, jeep, tractor at the grounds of Mahadeshwara high school and light vehicles to be parked at the Salur Mutt road.

Two-wheelers at PWD office premises, Government vehicles and ambulances near hospital, shopping complex. Emergency vehicles, VIP and police vehicles near the horticultural office and police station.

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Temple administrator Jayavibhavaswamy said temporary toilets and drinking water facility would be made for the devotees who arrive at M M hills during Shivaratri festival.

He said police security will be beefed up with 380 police deployed at the place including 50 women cops. 400 home guards will be on duty. Four water tankers would be brought on contract to provide drinking water.

More than 150 taps would be installed on main roads and at the mass feeding spot. Temporary toilets would be set up at 10 places.

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State Bank of Mysore will open special counters near ‘Dasoha’ and Horticulture office to accept donations from the devotees for the mass feeding scheme. LCD television would be installed at places to enable devotees have darshan of the lord. CCTVs are also installed for security purpose. Cultural programmes will be held from February 18 to 22.

Control rooms will be opened near State Bank of Mysore and dairy.
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Old February 14th, 2012, 07:31 AM   #127
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30 lakh for Rathotsava

The religious endowment department and the administrative committee of Sri Malemahadeshwara Swamy temple have made all arrangements for the jathra mahotsava to be held from February 19 to 23 on the occasion of Shivaratri.


The Rathotsava would begin on February 22 at 7.30 am under the guidance of Guruswamy and Immadi Mahadevaswamy. As lakhs of devotees are expected to attend the Rathotsava from both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, Rs 30 lakh has been earmarked to provide basic amenities like drinking water, public toilets, etc.

KSRTC, private bus owners and the temple would ply special buses from various parts of the state for the benefit of devotees. Special buses will also ply from Tamil Nadu.

Free food

Free food would be provided to all devotees throughout the jathra mahotsava at the new and old dasoha bhavans and also on the premises of the Malemahadeshwara High School.

State religious endowment commissioner Krishnaiah held a meeting to discuss preparations for the Rathotsava at the DC office Hall in Chamarajanagar on Monday.

He directed the district level officers to take all measures to avoid any inconvenience to devotees and provide complete security. MLA R Narendra, administrative officer of the temple Jayavibhava Swamy, executive officer Chandrasekhar, additional deputy commissioner Dr H T Chandrasekhar, superintendent of police P Rajendra Prasad and assistant commissioner A B Basavaraju were present on the occasion.

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Old February 14th, 2012, 07:33 AM   #128
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Lake vanishes overnight

Kollegal( Chamarajanagar dist)



While the government is releasing crores of rupees for the water related projects so that the water problem does not become a major issue in future, especially with summer around the corner, an incident of land sharks encroaching the whole lake has come to light in Kollegal on Friday.

The lake is situated near Poornaprajna layout at Shiradi Sai Mandira layout in the town on survey no 669.

Surprise

Majority of the health freaks in city use this layout for morning walking and jogging and used to cross the lake everyday. The early morning walkers were in for a surprise on Friday to find the lake missing and no signs of a lake existed there. This was immediately informed to the taluk administration. Officials from the department of land survey arrived and surveyed the spot and clarified that there was a lake on survey no 669.

Assistant commissioner A B Basavaraju assured to take action against the land mafia which had encroached the lands and protect the lake. The environmentalists have stressed the generation next not to involve in such illegal activities.

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Old February 15th, 2012, 09:29 AM   #129
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Old February 20th, 2012, 08:33 PM   #131
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New hospital building yet to see light of the day in Ch’nagar

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The new hospital building in Chamarajanagar stands as a mute witness to the negligence of the elected representatives and the authorities.

Though the works have been completed months ago, the hospital is yet to be inaugurated and waiting to see the light of the day.

The people in the elite class which comprises the elected representatvies are not worried over the same, but it is the people from the economically weaker sections and rural background who are the most affected and have been denied the much-needed essential service.

Public complain that the netas and babus have turned a blind eye over the issue and have been delaying the formal inauguration.

A 150-bedded hospital was begun eight years ago and was later upgraded into 250-bedded for the benefit of the poor. Later, works for additional building was launched at a cost of Rs 10 crore under Karnataka Health system development project.

A deadline was given to complete the work by April 2011 . Though the hospital works were completed at the scheduled time, it was not inaugurated.

According to government rules the procedure for the appointment of medical and paramedical staff begins when the hospital building is 75 per cent complete. But, no steps have been taken so far for the appointment here.

The current hospital has 112 posts sanctioned comprising 18 experts.

Out of this, 98 posts are filled and remaining vacant. The para medical staff are working on contract basis and additional staff are required for serving the poor.

If the appointment process had begun for the new hospital in time, the 100-bedded hospital would have been a boon to the people here. There were also plans to open delivery, surgery, x-ray, paediatric and other units.

The delay in opening the hospital is denying the basic facilities that has to be rightly provided.
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Mandya: Rs 300 crore for drinking water projects

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Home and district in-charge minister R Ashoka said the government has been stressing on completing various development works in the district. “More than Rs 300 crore has been released in the past two years for implementing drinking water projects in Mandya district,” he said.

Speaking after launching various development works at the newly-constructed stadium in Malavalli recently, he said more projects were being implemented in the region with an main objective of overall development.

The government has spent more than Rs nine crore under Suvarna Bhoomi project and Rs 434 lakh has been advanced as loan for Stree Shakti Sanghas.

State government is committed for overall development of the state and priority would be given for the upliftment of people of all communities in the coming budget.

The budget to be proposed by chief minister D V Sadananda Gowda will give importance to farmers, poor and downtrodden, scheduled tribe and others, he added.

MLA P M Narendraswamy said steps have been taken to fill the lakes and tanks in P G Pura hobli through Nanjapura lift irrigation project, so that there is sufficient water for cattle during summer.

“The Mysore road in the town would be developed into a four-lane road. Underground drainage works would be completed and asphaltation of roads done soon,” he said.

The most awaited B R Ambedkar Bhavan would be completed and would be turned into a main educational centre, he said.

Ministers Balachandra Jharakiholi,A Narayanaswamy, MLAs Shivaraja Tangadagi, Goolihatti Shekar, deputy commissioner Dr P C Jaffer and others were present.
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Credit plan for Mandya district launched

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DC calls for simplification of processes in banks
Deputy commissioner Dr P C Jaffer said it was the responsibility of banks to simplify the process for opening of accounts and disbursement of loans to reach banking facilities to all the needy people in rural areas.

He launched the district credit plan, for the financial year 2012-13, chalked out by the Lead Bank of the district — Vijaya Bank — projected at Rs 1,635.70 crore, an increase in 30.26 per cent over last year’s projection, at the Zilla Panchayat Hall here on Monday.

Lauding the banking sector for drawing the plan in advance he said the district administration should take it as a good example. He said that most of the projects and programmes become a failure as most of the time is spent on chalking out an action plan and little time is left for spending money and implementing a project within the stipulated financial year.

He called upon the officials to draw action plan within the first quarter of the year so that it can be implemented in the second quarter. “So plenty of time would be available for rectifying anomalies if any, in the process,” he said.

Just achieving 100 per cent banking target and financial inclusion of people in rural areas does not help unless the attitude of the bank staff change towards poor people, he said.

“Even though loan facilities are available from banks at reasonable rate of interests, people do not get loans for their immediate needs due to several process that take a lot of time. So, again people depend on private moneylenders, who charge exorbitant rates of interest, but provide the loan amount instantly,” he explained.

Assistant general manager of National Bank for Rural Development (Nabard) Bindumadhava Vadavi read out the credit plan that covers agriculture and other sectors.

For priority sector the banks have earmarked Rs 1,410.86 crore and other sectors Rs 224.94 crore. Under priority sector, the banks have planned to disburse Rs 637.38 crore towards crop loans under agriculture, it is 33.92 per cent higher than last year’s plan.

Minor irrigation would get Rs 25.08 crore, agriculture mechanisation Rs 41.15 crore, horticulture and plantations Rs 26.71 crore and bullock carts, animal husbandry and other allied sectors Rs 83.27 crore.

ZP chief executive officer G Jayaram, representative of Reserve Bank of India Sunil Kumar, regional managing director of Vijaya Bank Jayarama Shetty, Mallikarjuna Swamy of State Bank of Mysore, manager of Lead Bank Suresh Kumar Rao and manager of Vishveswaraya Grameen Bank Govinda Dongre were present on the occasion.
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Jet mechanism to clean underground drain

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Finally the Mandya City Municipal Council has launched jet machine to clean the underground drain thus sparing the pourakarmikas who were involved in manual scavenging for years.

The drains at Hosahalli circle and near Bal Bhavan in Ashoknagar were cleaned on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion CMC president M P Arun Kumar said that the machines has been purchased at a cost of Rs 35 lakh under 13th Financial project. With the launching of the new machine, all the problems pertaining to underground drains is expected to be solved.

In future, the system of men getting down the manhole and gutters for cleaning will be cancelled.

Steps will be taken to clean the drain regularly so that related complaints are not lodged. Former minister M S Atmananda, Standing Committee president Sridhar, Venkatesh, Savitha, Mysugar former president Siddramegowda and others were present.
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Ring roads planned to beat traffic problems

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“To avoid traffic problems in city limits, ring roads are being planned,” said Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation managing director Harsha Gupta.

He was discussing with officials about various projects including drainage and drinking water supply taken up by Karnataka Urban Development and Finance Corporation.

Construction of ring roads in city will be taken up with essential technical guidance of corporation and officials need to have information regarding implementation of the works. “With construction of ring roads, land value across the roads will increase. Farmers will be benefitted and good road will be available for public. Land owners have to be made aware of profit gain with the construction of roads,” he said.

The work of drainage which has been taken up with an estimated cost of Rs 26 crore has to be implemented effectively. No resident area should be left out, he added.

Gangadhar, in charge of project, said, 60 km survey has already been done for the drainage system. The work will start by the month end and if some problem exists, it will be started within first week of April.
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