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Achievements in Karate


   Students from Yadavanaadu village, near Kushalnagar, have won medals in different categories of the 8th inter dozo karate and yoga championship, jointly organized by national institute of martial arts and yoga society.   S J Dhruva Belliappa won second prize in kubudo section and third place in kumite section. Doddattur's D N Yogesh bagged first place in kumite, second in kathaa and third in kubudo section.   G R Hemanth stood first in kubodo, Paanattale Yathin won first place in kathaa and kubudo, second in yoga division and third in kumite segment. Yadavanaadu's J N Chandru has trained these students.(This article is translated by xklsv internet media pvt. Ltd, from shakthidaily.info; the Shakthi Daily is not liable for any errors in translation.)

Treatment for the cattle


   Through Kudmangalore's milk producers co-operative society, the cattle belonging to the area's farmers, were checked by the veterinary doctors of Hassan milk union.    Veterinary officer gave information regarding the treatment. Kudmangalore Raameshwara co-operative society president K K Hemanthkumar, Basavanahalli scheduled tribes co-operative society president S N Raja Rao, Kudmangalore's milk producers co-operative society's president and directors, farmers were present. (This article is translated by xklsv internet media pvt. Ltd, from shakthidaily.info; the Shakthi Daily is not liable for any errors in translation.)

Sports training camp


   ZP and department of youth empowerment and sports, have jointly organized a 5 days sports camp for Kodagu district's SC and ST high school students and sportspersons for the year 2018-19. The camp was held at Madikeri district stadium. Along with sports training, personality development camp was also held.    Valedictory function was attended by Nellachanda Kiran Kariappa, president, education and health statistics committee. Students who attended the camp were given tracksuits, sports equipments, stationery, hygiene kit and a dearness allowance.(This article is translated by xklsv internet media pvt. Ltd, from shakthidaily.info; the Shakthi Daily is not liable for any errors in translation.)

CPI (M) levels allegations against GP


   Criticizing the Siddapur GP's administration, CPI (M) held an open meeting in Siddapur bus stand. Addressing the meeting, CPI (M) district leader H B Ramesh complained that impropriety is rampant in Siddapur grama panchayath.    When the Panchayath officials tried to demolish the front portion of the public toilet situated in the bus stand to construct complexes, the party had brought a stay through the court. Even without considering the stay, the GP president and a few members have gone against the law by starting the construction work, he complained.    Kerala CPI (M) party leaders Shridhar, Suresh Kumar, Kodagu district leaders Dr. I R Durgaprasad, N D Kuttappa spoke to the gathering. Meeting was attended by the party leaders Anil Kuttappa and others.(This article is translated by xklsv internet media pvt. Ltd, from shakthidaily.info; the Shakthi Daily is not liable for any errors in translation.)

26,000 monsoon crop and 13 lakh tonne paddy expected


   Paddy fields are disappearing in Kodagu district and farmers are showing apathy towards agriculture. Last year, it was expected that the monsoon crop would be cultivated on 34,500 hectare area. Instead only 26, 120 hectare land was cultivated. Out of this, only in 23, 270 hectare Paddy was cultivated; Jowar in 2,830 hectare and Tobacco in only 20 hectares. On an average 8,380 hectare area of cultivation was uncultivated in Kodagu district. Also, due the recent rains 7,109.04 hectare of paddy fields have been severely damaged. As the years  roll by, the district is witnessing climate change due to which the size of the 'farmer's rice bowl' is decreasing. The loss is estimated to be Rs 4.83 crore.   Average expectations: According to agriculture officers, as expected, in Kodagu for each hectare paddy field in monsoon season on an average 45 to 50 quintal of Paddy is predicted. But, due to the damages caused during the recent rains, farmers did not get the crop at the expected time because of which the department does not have the exact account of the crop.   13.05 lakh intended:  Monsoon paddy crop, this year the district has witnessed many fluctuations. Thus, the department was expecting 13.05 quintal Paddy. According to the farmers, because of torrential rains they have incurred heavy loss.   Damaged fields: Major rice growing villages Hebbettageri, Kaaloor, Devasthur, Aavandi, Mukkodlu, Haleri, Hattihole, Madapur and the surrounding villages have lost the major part of fields with crops to the rain. Many farmers would be reluctant to grow paddy in the future. (This article is translated by xklsv internet media pvt. Ltd, from shakthidaily.info; the Shakthi Daily is not liable for any errors in translation.)