Village Stay: 42 villages where HDK had stayed earlier still in pathetic condition, says BSY

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June 24, 2019

Bengaluru, Jun 24: Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswmy had resumed his ‘Village Stay’ to cover-up his utter failure in providing good governance during the last 13-months of JD(S)-Congress coalition government, Opposition leader in the Legislative Assembly B S Yeddyurappa, who is also BJP State President, said today.

Addressing newsmen here on Monday, he alleged that the status of as many as 42 villages where Kumaraswamy had stayed under his 'Village Stay' during his earlier tenure as Chief Minister, has remained in a pathetic condition and things have not improved.

Earlier, Yeddyurappa released a 28-page booklet titled ‘Grama Vatsavya – Shoonya Saadane’ (Village-stay a zero-achievement).

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January 13,2021

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Belthangady, Jan 13: Dharmastala Dhamaradhikari D V Veerendra Heggade on Wednesday announced that he would donate Rs 25 lakh to the Sri Ram Janambhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust towards the construction of Sri Rama Temple at Ayodhya.

Speaking to newsmen here on Wednesday, he said that after so many years, the issue has finally settled and this time, without doubt, the construction of Sri Ram Temple is certain. In memory of Pejawar Vishwateertha and to full fill his wish, we would donate Rs 25 lakhs and extend full cooperation in the coming days, he added.

To this end, worldwide fund raising responsibility has been bestowed on Vishawa Hindu Parishat (VHP).

Pejawar seer released literature on the the Sri Ram Janmaboomi Teerth Kshtera.

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January 16,2021

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Mangaluru, Jan 16: Educationist, social worker and philanthropist Yedapadavu Mohammad Beary today passed away at a private hospital in the city following brief illness. He was 65. 

He is survived by his wife, two daughters and a son. 

Mohammed Beary, after serving the Syndicate Bank for 22 years in various places, established Ideal English Medium School at Edapadavu. 

He was the president of the Federation of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi district English Medium Schools. He was also the president of the committee of families of victims of Mangaluru air crash.

He was deeply concerned about the education of Muslims in coastal Karnataka. He was also a harbinger of communal harmony and was respected by people of all communities.

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January 11,2021

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Bengaluru, Jun 11: An all-women cockpit crew operating Air India's inaugural San Francisco-Bengaluru flight arrived in Karnataka's capital after flying over the North Pole and covering a distance of about 16,000 kilometres.

The flight number AI176 left San Francisco on Saturday at 8.30 PM (local time) and arrived in Bengaluru at 3.45 AM on Monday, according to Air India sources.

Flying over the North Pole, this is also, arguably, the second-longest route in the world for a commercial flight. The landmark flight spanned a distance of 13,993 kms, linking two tech hubs located diametrically at opposite ends of the world with a time zone change of about 13.5 hours.

Commanded by Capt Zoya Aggarwal, the Boeing 777-200LR aircraft also had in the cockpit Capt Papagiri Thanmai, Capt Akansha Sonaware and Capt Shivani Manhas. Captain Zoya has a flying experience of over 8,000 hours and has over 10 years of experience commanding a B-777 aircraft.

A huge posse of mediapersons gathered at the Bengaluru Airport as the four pilots emerged out of the arrival terminal, welcomed with a huge round of applause. The beaming foursome showed no signs of any jetlag as they proudly proclaimed their arrival with a thumbs up.

“It has been a great experience. Today, we successfully completed one of the longest flights as an all-women team, a dream realised to connect the world’s two Silicon Valleys. We have turned a new chapter in aviation history,” remarked Capt Zoya.

Union Minister for Civil Aviation, Hardeep Singh Puri tweeted, "Way to go girls! Professional, qualified & confident, the all women cockpit crew takes off from San Francisco to Bengaluru on @airindiain's flight to fly over the North Pole. Our Nari Shakti achieves a historic first."

Air India too expressed its elation when it tweeted, "Imagine this : -All Women Cockpit Crew. -Longest flight into India. -Crossing the North Pole It's here & happening! Records broken. History in the making by AI176 from @flySFO to @BLRAirport. AI 176 is cruising at 30000 feet." 

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