Here is the list of winners of Bagalkot district.
1.Bagalkot- Hullappa Y Meti(Congress)
2.Mudhol- Govind Karjol(BJP)
3.Bilgi- J T Patil(Congress)
Congratulations to all the winners
Want to know why Bagalkot is called “the second largest holi celebrator in India” ?
The following photos during the Rang week will let you know.
photos by : Adarsh Kulkarni, Sachin Meti
Photos of Chalukya Vastu pradarshan 2013.
Venue: Gouri Shankar Kalyan Mantap,Vidyagiri,Bagalkot
Date: 20th Feb to 6th March
The City police recently busted a counterfeit currency racket by arresting five men and seizing fake currency notes worth Rs 7.95 lakh.
Acting on a tip-off, the South-East Division police laid a trap near a hotel in HSR Layout and arrested Gangadhar and Ashok Mahadeva Kumbara, both residents of Bagalkot. Counterfeit currency worth Rs six lakh was seized from them. Based on the information provided by the two, a special team of the City police arrested Abdul Razaq alias Bagi, Shaheed Ahmed Kalargi and Ningappa Gadagappa Dalawara from Navanagar, Bagalkot, and seized fake notes worth Rs 1.95 lakh.
Police also seized computers, printers and other equipment used to print counterfeit currency. Investigations revealed that all the five arrested Read more
Ananth Laxmanrao Kulkarni hailing from the background of a traditional family, had developed a keen interest in music since his childhood days listening to the singing of his mother, Smt. Padmavathi and also his elder brother, Sri Gururaj Kulkarni. He picked up his singing early and was a regular in his school and college apart from singing light music and film songs at functions in the neighborhood. He received his bachelor’s degree in music (Hindustani) with distinction. He received his initial training in hindustani classical music from Pt. H. R. Badiger and later mastered and honed his singing skills under tutelage of Pt. Mukund Gore. He passed the Vidwat Exam (Hindustani Music) conducted by the Government of Karnataka with a Read more
The Mudhol Hound is an Indian breed of dog of the sight hound type. The breed is also known as Caravan Hound and the feathered variety is commonly referred to as a Pashmi. In the villages he is known as the Karwani. It is a common companion amongst village folk in India's Deccan Plateau, who use the dog for hunting and guarding.
The Kennel Club of India (KCI) and Indian National Kennel Club (INKC) recognize the breed under different breed names. The KCI registers it as a Caravan Hound while the INKC goes with the name Mudhol Hound.
The Mudhol/Caravan of today has well-defined characteristics. The head is long and narrow, broad between the ears with a tapering muzzle. The jaws are long and powerful, with a scissors bite. Read more
The sudden ringing of my cell phone in a room filled with silence sounded like the honking of a train in a tunnel. A sudden rush of adrenalin made my heart beat faster . It was a reminder, “Keep the bus ticket and phone charger”, the light blue screen of the phone flashed.
I searched for the bus ticket and found it safely placed in the drawer. The important things kept in a safe place are hard to find as you always tend to forget that safe place only!
“Bangalore to Bagalkot at 8.30 PM”, I re-read it again and again especially the destination name. I looked at the watch, ”Oh still 5 more hours to go”. When it comes to going back home the running time seems like a tired jogger and you feel minutes turning Read more