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Hubballi: Police commissioner Labhu Ram, who is also additional district magistrate, has ordered closure of all liquor/ wine shops, bars and clubs to maintain law and order in Hubballi-Dharwad with effect from 6pm of Monday to 6am of Wednesday. In a press release, he said muharram is being observed from July 31 to August 9 and a procession of panja, doli and tabuta will be taken out on Tuesday. “As the twin cities have been sensitive, some people may provoke people’s sentiments in an inebriated state. Based of reports of the DCP (law and order), ACPs Hubballi North, and South, and Dharwad, we have issued order banning the sale and transportation of liquor and closure of all excise licensed shops under Section 21(1) of Karnataka Excise Act-1965 and Section 31 of Karnataka Police Act,” he added. He has also warned that offenders will be prosecuted as per law.
Overwhelming public support reflects respect for Siddaramaiah
Davanagere: The sheer mass of humanity that assembled in Davanagere to participate in the 75th birthday celebrations of former chief minister Siddaramaiah relfects the affection and respect people have for him, said former minister SS Mallikarjun, who was one of the chief organisers of the ‘Siddaramotsava’ event. The organisers had not imagined such a huge turnout, he said. “Siddaramaiah is an honest politician with a clean image. There is no black spot on his record,” said the former minister. Mallikarjun said that the overwhelming public participation in the event was also evidence of the people’s disillusionment and disappointment with the BJP government in Karnataka. The event had galvaniseed the party cadre, and would keep the Congress in good stead for the assembly elections next year, he added.
‘Jail inmates must become
Davanagere: All the inmates of the jail should become self-reliant after they go out of the jail after completing their punishment period and accordingly, they must develop their mindset, said Chitradurga district jail superintendent Mahadevi M Marakatti. She was addressing the jail inmates on Sunday on the valedictory of the two-day entrepreneurship training programme on ‘Kasadinda Rasa’ (from waste to useful products) at Chitradurga jail. The event was organised by Chitradurga jail authorities in association with Indian Red Cross Society, NSS, Rotary Club-Chinmuladri, Chitradurga. Jail inmates should change their mentality by reformation and live like noble citizens of society. “Knowingly or unknowingly, one would have committed some crimes and would have undergone jail punishment for some duration. Forget all the past bad things that have happened to you and start life afresh after released from jail,” Mahadevi said. Senior supervisor of Holalkere APMC A G Surendra Babu lauded the jail authorities for having organised useful training programmes for inmates and to make them independent citizens. Jail officer Srimantha Gowda patil, IRCS secretary Mahazar Ulla, Counsellor Annapoorna along with jail staff and workers were present.
‘Horticulture crops nutrition-rich’
Davanagere: The birthday of horticulturist M H Marigowda, known as the Father of Horticulture, was celebrated on Monday at Govt First-Grade College. The event was joinlty held by the department of horticulture, Davanagere ZP and Taralabalu Krishi Vignana Kendra (TKVK, Davangere). Inaugurating the event, joint director of horticulture (Bengaluru division), Vishwanath, said the horticulture sector covers nursery, floriculture, grafting, bee-culture and the department is encouraging youth to take up horticulture as occupation as it ensures good income and they can become self-reliant. Horticulture scientist M G Basavanagowda from TKVK said horticulture crops are commercial in nature and by adopting modern technology, health-based produce like fruits and vegetables ccan be grown. TKVK chief scientist Devaraj T N said one can stay fit by consuming fruits and vegetables. “There is a lot of demand and scope for natural farming, organic farming, and integrated agriculture these,” he noted.


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