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Old September 16th, 2010, 01:21 PM   #41
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BJP and JD(S) win one seat each in Karnataka bypoll
PTI, Sep 16, 2010, 01.07pm IST
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BANGALORE: In a mixed outcome for the ruling BJP in Karnataka, the party today wrested one seat from the Congress and lost another to JD-S in the by-elections to Gulbarga South and Kadur Assembly constituencies.

In the prestigious byelections held on September 13, BJP's Y C Vishwanath, a medical practitioner, won by over 13,000 votes in Kadur, held earlier by the Congress.

But in Gulbarga South, BJP failed to retain its seat with JDS candidate Aruna Patil romping home by over 3,000 votes over Congress's Ajay Singh, son of former Chief Minister Dharam Singh.

Read more: BJP and JD(S) win one seat each in Karnataka bypoll - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/i...#ixzz0zgs6epNn
Congress loss...
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Congress loss...
good that congress is getting wiped out from the state.

Congress= no development.
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Old September 18th, 2010, 04:12 AM   #45
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good that congress is getting wiped out from the state.

Congress= no development.
I completely agree
During 50 years of its rule in bellary...not even a single road was laid..for people development was an imaginary thing...!
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ITI to open its doors to children of land losers

BANGALORE: Children from agricultural families set to lose land for industrial development in the State will have seats reserved in the Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) across the State.

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Job reservation

Regarding job reservation to the local population, the Minister said that he had directed industries to adhere to the Sarojini Mahishi report on the reservation of jobs for Kannadigas. About 5 lakh jobs are expected to open up after the GIM.

Jobs falling in C and D category will be completely reserved for the local population, while it will be 70 to 80 per cent in B category jobs,” he said, and added that industrialists could not be forced to reserve jobs in specialised and top category.

“On an average, 85 per cent of the total jobs which is expected to be created will go to Kannadigas,” Mr. Nirani said.

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Category C and D are unskilled jobs. specialised = skilled, top = management, where no reservation of jobs for locals.
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Old September 20th, 2010, 10:56 AM   #47
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I completely agree
During 50 years of its rule in bellary...not even a single road was laid..for people development was an imaginary thing...!
Govt tax collections improved lately. Due to globalisation etc., our govt is now wealthy. Dont compare with 20 years back when there was not enough money in exchequer even for roads.
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Old September 21st, 2010, 11:07 PM   #48
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Motivated dissidents
September 22, 2010 2:17:47 AM

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To the extent that a Chief Minister has the right to select the members of his Cabinet, Mr BS Yeddyurappa was perfectly justified in dropping Ministers he did not want and including those who enjoy his confidence in the BJP Government that he heads in Karnataka. When he had to drop some of his trusted colleagues from the Ministry as part of a deal to save the Government from collapsing on account of trouble engineered by the ‘Bellary Brothers’, he must have done so in the belief that once things settled down, he would not only re-induct them but also sack some of the ‘troublesome’ members from the Council of Ministers. Now that he has sacked three Ministers and decided to expand his Cabinet, he will have to ensure that the move does not unduly threaten his Government. Mr Yeddyurappa will have to decide whether it is worthwhile to risk the Government’s stability for the sake of cutting some of his colleagues to size. While there is no doubt that some senior Ministers and State party leaders have been actively working to undermine the Chief Minister’s authority and that they ought to be dealt with firmly, Mr Yeddyurappa needs to be mindful of the pitfalls. If his detractors were to get a chance, they would once again go on the offensive. That would be unfortunate because the focus would then shift away from the good governance he has provided to Karnataka.

This does not mean that the Chief Minister should continue to allow dissidents and their sponsors a free run to sabotage the Government’s functioning, but only that he must be cautious and not rock the boat. It is a fact that although he has been extremely accommodative so far, the dissidents have not reciprocated in equal measure. It is unacceptable that a handful of legislators and dubious party leaders should want to hold the Government hostage to their wiles. Mr Yeddyurappa has waited long enough in the hope that his detractors will see reason and come around to accepting his leadership. But that has not happened and he has had to finally act because his very authority has begun to fray which neither he nor the BJP can afford. Now that the Chief Minister has got what he more or less wanted, he should work to enhance his Government’s performance. For instance, he must effectively tackle the illegal mining issue that the Opposition parties have been using to try and discredit the BJP. As for the immediate crisis at hand, the central leadership of the BJP should not yield to the pressure tactics of Mr Yeddyurappa’s detractors; their bluff should be called. The supremacy of the party must be kept in mind at all costs. After all, while the Cabinet can reflect the preference of the Chief Minister, the matter of governance impacts the BJP, not just in Karnataka but across the country.
BSY has the guts,he has sent a clear cut message to the dissidents-- I am Supreme -CM is supreme...Just get lost

I admire his guts-he has put his govt under risk and has taken up such a daring decision.Reddy's are not anymore powerful --Either way they have lost
Firstly,if dissidence reaches peak and BJP sees a vertical split---JD(S)+Cong combo would come to power which will only put Reddy brothers in more trouble--Congress will leave no stone unturned to finish the reddy's legacy may be by using the strongest astra of all -CBI enquiry into illegal scam---CBI cannot be trusted

Secondly--CM BSY may reshuffle the cabinet to such an extent that ministers loyal to Reddy group may see themselves punished with cheap ministries already 3 ministers loyal to Reddy's have been axed.

CM has sent a daring signal to his MLAs stay with me and the party leadership or else face the band.

BJP central leadership is like a bundle of contradictions again--Many central leaders in the BJP have reddy's blessings and they are not much interested in BSY.

So how things turn out leave it to waqt.Reddy's clearly know by camping again against BSY they will put themselves in trouble.

If things sail smoothly with dissidence getting diluted,then it means BSY has consolidated his position much more stronger like never before.

God Save Karnataka!!
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Old September 22nd, 2010, 08:45 AM   #49
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BSY has the guts,he has sent a clear cut message to the dissidents-- I am Supreme -CM is supreme...Just get lost
IMO, the truth of the matter, it was because of Reddy's money power and influence, BSY could form the government and survive for all the 28 months.

If you ask anyone in BJP circles, they always complain that he is very short tempered, and always ready to shout/scold at anyone. This is in sharp contrast with Kumar Swamy who was always calm and composed.

Because of his infatuation with Shobha Karandlaje, BSY is back stabbing the very people from whom he took help. He doesn't know how to show leadership. No wonder he had begged Kumarswamy for a ministerial beth, 4 years back... You know the power a woman can have, don't you??

As far as mining and its money concerned, Cong and JDS have played a much major role illegal mining activities, whereas most of the mines by Reddys are in AP.

This is ಹರಟೆ ಕಟ್ಟೆ so, here is my prediction Unfortunately this will be the first and last BJP govt in Karnataka in the near future...
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Old September 22nd, 2010, 10:25 AM   #50
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6 inducted into Karnataka ministry
PTI, Sep 22, 2010, 11.59am IST
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BANGALORE: Sending a message to his detractors that he was in command, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yedyurappa on Wednesday inducted six ministers, including his confidante Shobha Karandlaje, into his cabinet.

A day after axing three ministers loyal to mining magnate and Tourism Minister G Janardhana Reddy, Yedyurappa ensured the return of Karandlaje 11 months after she was dropped at the height of dissidence led by Reddy last year.

On expected lines, A Narayanaswamy, C H Vijayashankar, C C Patil, Karandlaje, V Somanna and S A Ramadas were adminstered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor H R Bhardwaj in Raj Bhavan.


Vijayashankar, Ramadas, Narayan Swamy and Patil are first time ministers.

"We are happy with the party decision. We go by whatever decision the party takes," Reddy, who was unhappy with the sacking of Aravind Limbavali, Shivanagouda Naik and Goolihatti Shekar despite his pleas for their continuance, told reporters.


Read more: 6 inducted into Karnataka ministry - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/i...#ixzz10FDvOKn1
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Karnataka Governor H.R. Bharadwaj and Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa with newly inducted miniters (from left) C.C. Patil, V. Somanna, Shobha Karadlaje, S.A. Ramadas, A. Narayanaswamy and C.H. Vijayashakar, at the Raj Bhavan on Wednesday. Photo: V. Sreenivasa Murthy
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IMO, the truth of the matter, it was because of Reddy's money power and influence, BSY could form the government and survive for all the 28 months.


This is ಹರಟೆ ಕಟ್ಟೆ so, here is my prediction Unfortunately this will be the first and last BJP govt in Karnataka in the near future...
BJP-JDS coalition is very much possible next... Harate kocchi...

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Old September 22nd, 2010, 10:31 AM   #51
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It is clear that BSY has shown that he is supreme,he has clipped the wings iof reddy bros by axing bellary loyal ministers.
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I wish to see BJP-JD(S) combined power in Karnataka,that was when things moved very fast in all sectors,it was the right kick start then.

I am happy that 2 ministers from Mysore got berths.Moreover shobha as a district in charge minister of mysore did a splendid job,even being out of the cabinet she worked relentlessly to help the endosulfan victims,even before getting elected she did a lot of social service--her work during tsunami was highly appreciated --Sudha murthy also had acknowledged that.She is hard working anyways congrats Shobha,Mysoreans know you very well.Hope you come back as Mysore's district in charge

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BJP-JDS coalition is very much possible next... Harate kocchi...
That is quite possible. JDS doesn't have a decent # of MLAs. If they had a strength anything north of 60+, the Gowda clan would have done something by now (in spite of anti-defection law being in force). But in politics anything is possible. For right terms and conditions Reddys and Gowda family will be buddies, in the blink of an eye.


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I agree...


If JDS and Congress had a tie up in the assembly elections, BJP would be no where in the picture. So BSY should not confuse luck with brains. Even Somanna lost in Bangalore, against a combined opposition, you know that very well, I don't have to stress that.

The source of the problem was not Shobha Karandlaje herself. Very soon after assuming power, BSY (for reasons only known to him), started giving her too much importance and it lead to resentment by others. Without realizing, she started using it, and power is very sticky, I tell you. At one point in time, for a lot of issues it was well known if you go through Shobha Karandlaje, chances are you would definitely meet BSY. There is nothing against her as a person, I really wish her well...

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BJP-JD(S) is what I am also looking for the next term,it actually works very well....... I must shower praises on Kumarswamy for introduction of Volvos and giving prominenece to north Karnataka.I admire him a lot,but why the hell did he listen to devegowda?? If he had promptly handed over the next 20 months to BSY then he would have emerged as a HERO,but Devehgowdas insane politics made him a zero.

I wish BJP-JD(S) comes back to power
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Old September 23rd, 2010, 05:47 AM   #54
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http://epaper.timesofindia.com/Defau...=T&Daily=TOIBG
Anything related to Bangalore city will need Yeddy's sign. For all other cities Suresh Kumar's sign is enough Let me try list those Suresh Kumar's 7 cities: Mysore, Hubli, Mangalore, Belgaum, Gulbarga, Davangere, Tumkur(yes).

At least Yeddy gave up forest ministry, which will issue NOC to mining
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Portfolios of Ministers of the Yeddyurappa Ministry after the expansion today.

B S Yeddyurappa
Chief Minister :- Department of Cabinet Affairs
- Department of Personnel and dministrative Reforms
- Department of Finance including
- Institutional Finance and excluding
- Excise, Small Savings & Lotteries
- Intelligence Wing from Home Dept
- Urban Development Department
- All subjects pertaining to Bangalore City excluding BWSSB
- Information from Kannada & Culture
Informatin and Tourism Department
- Mines & Geology from C & I Dept
- Any other Department not specifically llocated

Govind M Karjol : - Minor Irrigation from Water Resources Department
- Kannada and Culture from Kannada & Culture, Information & Toursim Dept
Dr V S Acharya : - Higher Education from Education Dept Udasi Channabasappa
Mahalaingappa : - Public Works Department excluding
Ports and Inland Water Transport
Mumtaz Ali Khan: - Haj & Wakf from Revenue Department
Minority Welfare from Social Welfare Department
R Ashok : - Transport Department
Home Department excluding Intelligence Wing and Prisons
S A Ravindranath - Sugar from Commerce & Industries Department
Horticulture from Agriculture & Horticulture Department
Janaradhan Reddy - Tourism from Kannada & Culture
Information & Toursim Department Infrastructure Development Dept
Kageri Vishweshwara Hegde - Primary & Secondary Education from
Education Department excluding Mass Education and Public Libraries
G Karunakara Reddy - Revenue excluding Muzrai, Haj & Wakf
B N Bachhe Gowda - Labour Department
Basavaraj Bommai - Major & Medium Irrigation from Water Resources Department
B Sriramulu - Health & Family Welfare Department
excluding Medical Education Revu Naik Belamagi - Mass Educatin and Public Libraries
from Education Department
Small Savings & Lotteries fromFinance Department
Suresh Kumar. S - Law, Justice & Human Rights
Parliamentary Affairs Legislature Urban Development Dept(City
Corporations, KUWS &DB, KUIDFC
Directorate of Town Planning,
Directorate of Land Transport,
Urban Development Authorities
excluding subjects pertaining to
Bangalore City, BWSSB, CMCs, TMCs,TPs and Local Bodies.

J Krishna Palemar - Ports and Inland Water Transport
from Public Works Department
Ecology & Environment Department
Muzrai from Revenue Department
Venkataramanappa - Textiles from C & I Department
Sericulture from C&I Department

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/...portfolio.html
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Now, you can grab a PhD in Tulu

MANGALORE: Interested in doing a PhD in Tulu language? Though it's not possible in Karnataka or Mangalore University, those interested in pursuing their doctoral thesis in the Dravidian language, can do at Dravida University at Kuppam in Andhra Pradesh.

Chandrahas Rai B, registrar, Karnataka Tulu Sahitya Academy, told TOI that students who have completed their Masters in Kannada are eligible as the script followed for Tulu is Kannada.

He said they have come to know that already eight students have registered for PhD, according to Shivakumar, head, Tulu department at the university. The students will have to complete their Tulu diploma after enrolling to the doctoral programme.

The Tulu department at Kuppam was inaugurated by state minister V S Acharya in 2007. The university registrar has informed that Tulu speaking course, certificate courses, diploma in Tulu and MPhil will be introduced soon.

There is also a move to appoint Karnataka Tulu Sahitya Academy as a nodal agency for training and registering candidates who are desirous to pursue Tulu diploma, Tulu certificate courses. Rai said, "The proposal is before the Dravida University senate."

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Dignitaries will carry home a piece of Bidar
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EXQUISITE:Artisans prepare moulds of zinc and copper and etch designs on the surface in Bidriware

Bidar: The XIX Commonwealth Games being held in Delhi next month have a Bidar connection. The VIPs and dignitaries visiting the games will carry home mementos hand crafted in Bidri art.

National award-winning Bidri artisan Mohammad Abdul Rauf and his son Mohammad Abdul Bari have crafted 850 mementos of two distinct designs for the games. “Every guest at the Delhi games will carry a piece of Bidar back with him,” Mr. Rauf says proudly.

The designs chosen by the Common Wealth Games Committee were that of an inflorescence and a pattern of lines emanating from the rising sun.

They were emailed to Mr. Rauf who prepared a master mould and sent it for approval.

Once approved, nearly 20 artisans worked on the project for a month. The mementos have just been shipped to a Delhi-based art dealer who will in turn supply them to the games committee. Mr. Bari said they sold each piece for Rs. 225. Bidri art is a handicraft of historical importance. Bidar is the home of Bidri craft. It was popularised by King Allauddin Behmani in the 14th Century.

Artisans prepare moulds of zinc and copper and etch beautiful designs on the surface.

Silver wires or plates are hemmed into the designs and the item is immersed in a chemical solution that contains the black soil from inside the Bidar fort.

This gives the body a distinct black colour that does not fade away for over centuries. The silver pattern shines in the foreground, adding to the beauty of the artefact.
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I need to tour Bidar,Bijapur and Gulbarga sometime never been there,its one place which is brimming with amazing history,heritage and culture.

Bidar calling me!!
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yes, BSY is apparently dynamic!

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I need to tour Bidar,Bijapur and Gulbarga sometime never been there,its one place which is brimming with amazing history,heritage and culture.

Bidar calling me!!
Yes bidar is a sure place to visit,i spent 7 years of my life there.its cultural bazars and the naya kaman where all bidri art workshops are lined up....and not to miss the majestic fort which has 10-12 villages within it...
Bidar and Bijapur can be nominated as UNESCO world heritage site..
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Mangalore’s moral police are at it again
Published: Saturday, Sep 25, 2010, 8:35 IST
By M Raghuram | Place: Mangalore | Agency: DNA

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A group of miscreantsattacked a couple in an ice cream parlour in Mangalore on Friday.

Vittal Nag, a third-year physiotherapy student, was injured in the melee.The students who created trouble were later arrested by the city police.

According to the police, Vittal Nag and his friend Kulsum were having an ice-cream at a parlour in the heart of the city, when a group of six youth from different colleges attacked the couple “for being seen together despite hailing from two different communities”.
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Goons thrash medico duo in Mangalore
TNN, Sep 25, 2010, 03.55am IST
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MANGALORE: In an incident which smacked of moral policing, two students of a medical college near this coastal city were assaulted by miscreants at an ice-cream parlour on Friday. Six people were arrested and booked on charges of rioting and intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace.

Around 1.30pm, a boy and girl of the same community, along with a boy from a different community went into the parlour. When one boy stepped out, some ruffians entered the parlour and asked the manager to send the remaining two students out. When the staff refused, the group of about 7-8 people barged in and assaulted the boy and girl but the parlour staff rescued them.

Read more: Goons thrash medico duo in Mangalore - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz10WM7eGQq
Mangalore making news for bad reasons. Safron seems strong there. Where is law and order? Law and Order was K'taka and bangalore's usp, which hosted first world beauty contest in India - open challenge to Moral Police by our beloved JH Patel This obviously built brand bangalore.

Also law and order is main reason so many IT companies came here.

i remember this thread was created when i posted about a pub attack in mysore..

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