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Old May 17th, 2012, 09:00 PM   #1541
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Old May 18th, 2012, 10:51 PM   #1542
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When engineers and bureaucrats were looking for an artist to create a huge multi-metal Ashoka Sthamba to be placed atop the dome of Suvarna Soudha, a replica of the Vidhana Soudha in Belgaum, they perhaps never imagined the gigantic task would fall upon the shoulders of a third-standard dropout.

Among the bidders from across the country, they were convinced that an unassuming Vishveshwaraiah Tuljaram Naindrakar was the only competent artist who could accomplish the task. The Rs 71-lakh bid was bestowed upon the artist from Gulbarga who can neither read nor write.

That is the unusual success story of the 41-year-old Naindrakar. In his studio at Bhovi Galli on the Filterbed Road, Naindrakar is engaged round the clock to complete the structure in two months.

“Undoubtedly, it is the most complicated and challenging work. But I like challenges. When everyone throws his hands up, I am ready to accept it,’’ says Naindrakar.

Even professionals and experienced artists would sometimes hesitate to accept the work Naindrakar has been assigned by the Public Works Department and B G Shirke Construction Technology Pvt Ltd, the constructing agency of the Suvarna Soudha. But he laid his hands on it without a second thought.

It involves providing and erecting the Ashoka emblem on the top of the main dome of Suvarna Soudha, made in bronze metal with gold paint lacquer and seating arrangement of 8.33 ft diameter on top of the dome with 6.92 ft base diameter of emblem and height of 12.07 ft.

The emblem weighing 6.5 tonnes is required to be made of three metals —60 per cent brass, 30 per cent copper and 10 per cent nickel. The structure will be fitted in five parts by ultramodern cranes.

Naindrakar, after losing his father early in his childhood, had no formal schooling. He failed in third standard and was very mischievous and naughty. He was brought up by his maternal grandfather who was a wood carver.

Knowing his grandson’s inclination, he did not insist on his schooling and employed him in different works.

“I learnt wood carving from my grandfather and used to watch with amazement his pottery making. I would steal clay and make my own models and when the potter readies to bake his products in the kiln, I would throw in my clay models too. And they would transform into wonderful pieces,’’ Naindrakar recalls.

For Naindrakar, being an early school dropout came as a blessing in disguise. “Had I been to school, I would have become some nondescript clerk,’’ he says.

Top politicians, bureaucrats, reputed engineers and others keep coming to his studio situated in the muddy narrow bylanes of Bhovi Galli, to place orders for busts, statues, portraits, etc. He has mastered his art in clay, wood, fibre, glass and metal.
The lasting contributions of Gulbarga’s pride will remain an inspiration for decades to come for young and aspiring artists.

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Old May 19th, 2012, 07:22 AM   #1543
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Old May 20th, 2012, 10:23 PM   #1546
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BELGAUM: Purushottam Nadagouda, a farmer from Kundargi village of Gokak taluk, is now the center of attention at the national level for getting record production of oil palm fruits in the first harvesting year. Oil palm trees generally start bearing fruits from fourth year of its plantation and farmers receive around five to six tonne of fruits per hectare in the first year. But, Purushottam received 12 tonne of fruits within an acre land which has raised eyebrows among agriculture scientists.

Purushottam, a B. Com graduate, had planted 63 plants of oil palm in 2007-08 in an acre of land spending Rs 11,000. After the first harvest, he reaped 12 tonne of fruits and is now expecting 18 tonnne during the second harvesting year. He achieved this feat through organic farming.

Recently, scientists from National Research Centre for Oil Palm (NRCOP) of Andhra Pradesh visited the farm and evinced interest in his techniques. Now, he and his brothers have planted oil palm in around 30 acres of land. Besides, taking him as an inspiration, thousands of farmers in the village and surrounding areas have come forward for oil palm cultivation. The state government awarded Purushottam as the 'Best Farmer' last year respecting his achievement.

"It's a profitable commercial crop and required less labour. After plantation, it produces fruits for the next 40-50 years. Production of fruit bunches will increase in the first 10-12 year period and later stay stagnant. The basic requirement for this crop is plenty of water. Farmers can also get side crops like soybean, groundnut, maize and others in the same land in the first three years," Purushottam said speaking to STOI. However, the move was not possible without the encouragement of government and Godrej Agrovet Limited, a government approved company which purchases oil palm fruits from farmers, he added. Earlier, Purushottam was growing sugarcane in his land.

Government has encouraging farmers to grow oil palm to become self-reliant in edible oil production. Presently, the country imports around 70 lakh tonne of edible oil from other countries by spending Rs 30,000 crore per annum. The cultivation area of oil palm has been increasing every year and in Karnataka it is being cultivated in 19 districts. Farmers are now getting attracted towards this crop as it requires less labour, monthly income, spot purchase of fruits with international market rates and government subsidy along with free technical guidance.
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Old May 23rd, 2012, 02:05 AM   #1547
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72 jumbos spotted onday 1 of census

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CHIKMAGALUR: Seventy-two elephants have been spotted during the elephant census which began on Tuesday in Bhadra wildlife sanctuary .
Bhadra wildlife division conservator of forests Krishna Udupudi told TOI that they have divided the sanctuary into 33 blocks and each block has been entrusted to three people, including two from the department and one volunteer.
In all the blocks, on the first day of counting they have been asked to record direct sighting ofthe elephants and also to look into the age and sex ratio. Each team has walked minimum 15 km to spot the elephants and at Lakkavalli, which is very near to Bhadra backwaters, they have found 43 elephants. Fifteen elephants were spotted at Tanigebylu, 10 at Muthodi range and four at Hebbe.
Krishna said they are yet to receive details of the elephants, including sex ratio and number of adult, sub adult and juvenile elephants.
One team, which was walking in the Lakkavalli range, has sighted two tigers .
On Wednesday, the teams will walk in the transact line they have formed and count the elephants dung and its distance from the transact line.
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Old May 23rd, 2012, 09:58 AM   #1548
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Karnataka PU Results : DK Tops, Udupi Second - Girls Shine

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Bangalore, May 23: Karnataka Pre-University result for the year 2012 has been announced by higher education minister Vishveshara hegade Kageri here on Wednesday, May 23 in Bangalore.

Speaking to the reporters he said that the results this year has created a record success with 57.03%. "Compared to last year, there has been an improvement of 8% this year in the success of the students", he added.


"This is the best result in last 10 years, Arts and Commerce students have shown tremendous overall improvement", he further said. The girls have once again excelled in the exams.

Mangalore has top scored in the results in entire state, Udupi district got the second place and Kodagu third. Yadagiri district stands the last. In all, six lac students appeared for the exam this year. The number of students who secured first class is 15,4296, second class 8,1224 and third class 8, 4634. The number of students who scored above 85% is 9,267.

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Arts topper bags 569 marks out of 600
Commerce topper bags : 591 / 600
Science topper bags : 593 / 600

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Arts : 50.04 %
science 58.24 %
commerce : 65.68 %

Girls' succes rate : 74%
Boys' succes rate : 45%

Dakshina Kannada - 85.70%
Udupi - 85.32 %
Kodagu- 73.11%
I feel PUC results give much better picture of student performance district wise
The Exam pattern, Invigilation and correction of SSLC papers still create doubt in me.
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Old May 23rd, 2012, 02:10 PM   #1549
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Malnutrition looms large over H-K region

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Every third malnourished child in the State is from the Hyderabad-Karnataka region, reveals a study.

Bidar, Gulbarga, Yadgir, Raichur, and Koppal districts that comprise the Hyderabad-Karnataka region presents a shocking picture. Whereas the situation in Raichur is far worse than sub-Saharan countries and our own BIMARU states, the study notes.

The HUNGaMA (Hunger and Malnutrition) report of the Naandi Foundation provides reliable estimates of the prevalence of severe malnutrition in 112 districts in Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and Rajasthan.

However, as the report does not cover Karnataka, the acute malnourishment in the State has not come to the fore.

A study, thus, taken up by a Professor of Economics Sangeeta Kattimani, has established that every third child plagued by malnutrition in the State comes from the H-K region.

The professor has co-authored the book, ‘Inclusive Growth-Article 371 for Development of H-K Region’, with senior IAS officer Dr Shalini Rajneesh and Dr Chaya Degaonkar, Department of Economics, Gulbarga University.

She has travelled extensively in Raichur and Gulbarga districts and visited several anganwadi centres to record the prevalence of malnutrition among children.

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The official figures of the Department of Women and Child Development as on March 2 this year set the total number of malnourished children in the State at 58,572.

Of the total number, 15,878 afflicted children are from the Hyderabad-Karnataka region accounting for 27 per cent. Raichur which has 7,343 malnourished children, the highest, is followed by Koppal with 3,572 and Gulbarga with 3,006 children.

According to the official data, as many as 811 deaths occurred owing to malnutrition in the State in 2009. The number rose to 1,233 deaths in 2010. While 645 deaths due to malnutrition have been recorded till August 2011.

“Children dying of malnutrition is no longer an exception. It has become a daily affair in Raichur. Malnutrition is rampant in Malledavaragudda, Nagadadinni, Markamdinni, Magol, Kyadigera, Ganadhal and Jagirgaldinni villages in the district.

A majority of children suffering from acute malnutrition belong to the Madiga community,” said Kattimani.

Residents of the afore-mentioned villages do not have access to potable water, Public Distribution System and health care facility aggravating the condition, she added.

Abject poverty, frequent droughts, low income levels and inadequate medical facilities make Raichur a ‘dark region,’ said Clifton Rosario, State Advisor, Office of the Supreme Court Commissioner on Food Rights, in his report.

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In Chiksugur anganwadi, which is located 13 kms from Raichur, Udaykumar who is eight months old weighs 6 kg against the average 8 kg, while two-and-a-half-year-old Sangamesh weighs 8 kg. Both the children are from the Scheduled Community, Kattimani said.

As the situation in H-K region is akin to BIMARU states, it only seems appropriate to include the entire Hyderabad-Karnataka region under the Prime Minister’s Multi-Sectoral Programme for 200 high burden districts, she observed.

The study also highlighted that the Comprehensive Nutrition Mission launched by the State government in 2009-10 has failed to tackle malnutrition in the districts, which continue to reel under deprivation.
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Old May 23rd, 2012, 05:38 PM   #1550
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UP govt in awe of Karnataka's e-governance

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is so impressed by Karnataka’s initiatives in e-governance—especially in maintaining land records—that he is planning to replicate the system in his state to bring about transparency in administration.

UP revenue minister Ambika Chaudhari said Karnataka had the best system to manage property records. He said that in UP, Noida and Ghaziabad were seeing tremendous development and the government wanted to follow Karnataka’s model of maintaining land records.

He said projects like Bhoomi and Urban Property Ownership Record would help bring about transparency in the system, and this would leave no scope for corruption. He noted that there was a provision in these schemes that people could get text messages for any transaction related to their property, and the information was updated within a short span of time.

The UP minister said he had already visited Tumkur and would visit Mysore on Tuesday to study Karnataka’s model of maintaining land records. He said the UP government would implement such a model in the state within a year. “If we achieve this, we will overtake Karnataka,” he said.

Chaudhari said that besides e-governance, UP was looking to replicate Karnataka’s model of disaster management. He highlighted that Karnataka had developed an advanced weather-forecasting system, which is crucial for disaster management. He said the whole country was appreciative of Karnataka’s efforts in this regard.

He claimed that Akhilesh Yadav and Karnataka chief minister DV Sadananda Gowda were good friends and they had spent quality time together when they were MPs. Moreover, Akhilesh studied in Mysore and this further strengthened the bond between the two.

The Karnataka government is also looking forward to adopting two initiatives of the Uttar Pradesh government. One is about dispute management, where the role of civil courts is minimal. The second initiative that Karnataka is reportedly keen to follow is the law that makes registration of property-inheritance will compulsory. Making a will compulsory is likely to reduce the scope of fraud in event of a person’s death.
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Truckers threaten to stop operations to Karnataka

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To protest notification making speed governors compulsory for vehicles from other States

Trucks from Tamil Nadu will not be operated in Karnataka from the midnight of May 31 to protest the Karnataka government's notification making it compulsory for vehicles from other States to have speed governors from June 1, president of the State Lorry Owner Federation – Tamil Nadu (SLOFTN) K. Nallathambi told The Hindu here on Wednesday.

Last year, Karnataka made it mandatory for vehicles in Karnataka and those from other States to install speed governors.

The order was temporarily withdrawn for vehicles from other States when the federation here announced a strike.

According to Mr. Nallathambi, the speed limit for buses and trucks had been fixed at 60 km and 40 km per hour. More than 60 per cent of the accidents took place between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. when the drivers tend to fall asleep at the wheel. This showed that speed alone did not cause accidents.

“The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation bus, which met with an accident near Puduchatram (Namakkal) in March had a speed governor. The accident took place despite this and five passengers were killed and many injured,” he pointed out. A few days later, another bus from Karnataka was involved in an accident near Komarapalayam in the district in which two persons were killed.

Every day, more than 40,000 trucks from Tamil Nadu entered Karnataka to reach different parts of that State and also pass through to Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, New Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir and return to Tamil Nadu.
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Mr. Nallathambi said that a letter had been sent to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister urging her to urge the Karnataka government to cancel the notification. LPG bullet tanker operators also supported the demand for the withdrawal of the notification.
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In a relief to many city advocates and media persons, the Lokayukta Court will be shifted back to the city on Thursday. The court was functioning from the premises of the Parappana Agrahara Central Jail till Wednesday.

The Chief Justice of the High Court of Karnataka is said to have given approval for shifting the court close to the City Civil Court premises. The court will be shifted to the third floor of the Lokayukta Office that also houses the office of the Lokayukta rural police.
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Karnataka to bid for 62nd UITP World Congress

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Karnataka is planning to bid for 62nd UITP World Congress.

UITP is the international network for public transport authorities and operators, policy decision-makers, scientific institutes and the public transport supply and service industry.

Mr P B Ramamurthy, principal secretary transport, Government of Karnataka, said the state is planning to bid for Bangalore city to host the UITP World Congress in 2017.

60th UITP World Congress will be held in Geneva, Switzerland from May 26-30, 2013. The 61 congress will be held in Milan Italy in spring of 2015.

Addressing the seminar on ‘Doubling public transport share: a thrust to make public transport a choice for every citizen’ Mr Ramamurthy, said “Karnataka is in the forefront of transport sector reforms in the country. We want to share and further learn from global models in transport sector reforms.”
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Rahul Gandhi to woo Karnataka's young and old alike

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Congress’ youth icon Rahul Gandhi, who had been focusing on youngsters in India, is planning to interact with senior citizens and retired bureaucrats in Karnataka.

Rahul, during his two-day visit to Karnataka from June 2, will attend many programmes to chalk out the party’s strategy for the 2013 assembly elections, and also to give a boost to the party’s image in the state.

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Karnataka to seek more foreign investment

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Bangalore: The Karnataka government will seek more foreign investments in infrastructure and energy projects at the Global Investors Meet (GIM) on 7-8 June, as well as in the state’s mainstay, information technology (IT).

In the previous GIM in 2010, iron and steel companies garnered more than half the Rs 4.73 trillion investment the meet attracted, but the sector has been beset by problems since the Supreme Court banned iron ore mining in the state in July 2011.

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II PU results best in a decade

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State records pass percentage of 57.03

At 57.03 per cent, Karnataka has recorded the highest pass percentage in 10 years in the second pre-university examinations this year. Last year, the pass percentage was 48.93.

As many as 3.39 lakh students, of the 5.95 lakh who attempted the exams this year, passed. A total of 19,267 students secured distinction, 1.54 lakh got first class and 81,224 passed with second class.

As has been the norm, girls (regular) outshone boys with a pass percentage of 74.3 to 54.58.
Rural students better

Announcing the results at a press conference here on Wednesday, a visibly elated Minister for Primary and Secondary Education Vishweshwara Hegde Kageri also revealed that rural students fared better than their urban counterparts, with 71.27 per cent (regular) students passing in rural colleges, compared to 69.07 per cent in urban colleges.

Among the three streams, commerce had the highest pass percentage.

As many as 32 junior colleges got 100 per cent passes against 21 last year, the Minister said. Among these, two are State-run, four aided and 26 unaided.
The reasoning

Listing the reasons for better results this year, Mr. Kageri said the syllabus was covered on time. “The timetable for the examinations was framed with adequate gaps. The Vikasana programme also helped students; and question banks were uploaded for their benefit. In fact, the answer paper of last year's topper was also uploaded,” he said.

A reduction in multiple-choice questions also contributed, according to Mr. Kageri. “In SSLC too, when regular questions and multiple-choice questions were given in a ratio of 75:25, the results improved. The removal of semester system for classes 8 and 9 also improved SSLC results,” he said.

However, he maintained that question paper leaks or delay in evaluation had no part in the better results. The number of colleges with zero pass percentage may have come down to 27 from last year's 40, but Mr. Kageri pointed out that among them, 26 were unaided colleges and one was a government college.

He urged students who did not pass to not lose heart.
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If we consider the old Dharwad district...(Haveri-Gadag-Dharwad) was one of the biggest districts of Karnataka.....ok

U know the fact why Belgaum is undevided yet...... Dont want to go in detail of it.
Dharwad district was divided into 3 districts Dharwad, Gadag & Haveri and Belgaum is not divided. If you are counting the population of Belgaum district and comparing with H-D then you are wrong.. compare it with Dharwad district of today (after dividing) still Dharwad has more population compared to entire Belgaum district... Have a beer.. Cheers.. Enjoy...
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no you're wrong
district wise population of belgaum is more than that of dharwad, you can check it here

please edit your words before robbierocker sees it, otherwise he'll start a word fight with you
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no you're wrong
district wise population of belgaum is more than that of dharwad, you can check it here

please edit your words before robbierocker sees it, otherwise he'll start a word fight with you
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