Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Around 99 farmers committed suicide in last 3 years in BIDAR

As many as 101 farmers committed suicide in Hassan district, followed by Bidar (99), Chickmagalur (82), Chitradurga (62), Gulbarga (63)...    Read Full

Monday, June 28, 2010

Medical Council of India likely to approve 100 MBBS seats for BIMS

Bangalore: 413 Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) seats in the state’s five colleges are likely and expected to be approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI) by the end of this month.

The MCI visited the state and expected to grant its permission for admission of students in five colleges - 100 seats each in Government medical colleges in Raichur, Bidar and Shimoga, 50 seats in Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), Hubli, and 63 seats in S S Medical College, Davanagere, according to Minister for Medical Education Ramachandra Gowda.
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Friday, June 25, 2010

Bidar to Bangalore will be reduced to six hours : Kheny said

Kheny added that once the project gets approval the travel time from Bidar to Bangalore will be reduced to six hours, as opposed to the present 14-16 hours.
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Lack of rainfall leaves Bidar farmers worried

""Bidar: Even three weeks after the monsoon hit the State, Bidar district is yet to get rain. This has caused panic among farmers who are yet to recover from the losses they suffered last year owing to the delayed monsoon.
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Geodesic sets up new manufacturing facility in Bidar

Geodesic Techniques, a leading provider of steel-intensive structures in India, today said it has set up a manufacturing facility in Bidar, Karnataka, at an investment of Rs 200 crore.
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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Bidar Teachers warned

Bidar: The Department of Education will initiate action against teachers who are not regular. “We have noticed that some teachers don't work. Some just sign their musters and go home. Some come late regularly,” DDPI Mohammad Bashir said.
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Monday, June 21, 2010

Bidar-Srirangapatna (608 KM) Road is upgraded soon

Five important roads that are part of the upgradation are Bidar-Srirangapatna (608 KM), Bangalore-Gouribidnur (80 KM), Belgaum-Mehboobnagar (330 KM), Tadas-Shimoga (186 KM) and Kumta-Anantapur (315 KM).
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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Recruitment in Krishna Grameena Bank for BIDAR and GULB Branch

Krishna Grameena Bank is the bank of Karnataka. It is sponsored by State Bank of India, Government of India & Karnataka. This bank has many branches of about 105. These branches are in the districts of Bidar & Gulbarga. Krishna Grameena Bank invites application for the recruitment of 83 clerks.

Post Code 01 :
A degree from any recognized university in any discipline or its equivalent.
A pass in Higher Secondary School examination of 10+2 or 10+2+3
pattern/11th standard of 11+3 pattern/Pre-degree or intermediate or any
equivalent examination with a minimum of 50% (45% for SC/ST/PC) marks
in the aggregate.
Diploma in Banking recognized by State or Central Government or Union
Pass with minimum 60% mark(55% marks for SC/ST/PC/XC) in aggregate in
Matriculation/Senior school certificate (Old pattern) or equalent.
Proficiency in local language (Kannada) is essential.
Knowledge of English is preferred.
Preference will be given to candidates with Computer knowledge

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Saturday, June 19, 2010

Bidar: road to be widened to 60 ft

Bidar: The district administration will widen the road from the Bidar railway station to Haralayya Chowk to 60 ft.
The road will join the 80-ft. road in front of the Deputy Commissioner's office.
Full news:The Hindu

Biotech park proposal for Bidar gains momentum

Bidar: The Karnataka Veterinary, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Sciences University has constituted a high-level committee on the setting up of a biotech park in Bidar.
The University is the nodal agency for establishment of the Bidar Boitech park. The State has appointed Ernst and Young (E&Y) as the project consultant for the proposed biotech park.
Full news : The Hindu;

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Another scandal lurks in the Karnataka Veterinary and Fisheries University, Bidar,

Another scandal lurks in the Karnataka Veterinary and Fisheries University, Bidar, where the vice chancellor and a former registrar have been accused of indulging in malpractices in appointments and promotions. The divisional commissioner of Gulbarga in her report to the governor and pro chancellor,
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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Bidar ZP gives boost to horticulture

Bidar: The Zilla Panchayat will soon prepare a plan to double the production of horticultural crops and silk.
Panchayat president Naseemoddin Patel told officials during a Karnataka Development Programme review meeting here on Friday to prepare a detailed plan that could achieve these goals. Full Story: The Hindu

Monday, June 14, 2010

Two killed in accident in Bidar

Bidar: Two were killed and five persons injured in a road accident in Kon Melkunda village in Bhalki taluk on Thursday evening. The police said Bhemmanna Gauragond of Kandagul village was killed on the spot when a tempo trax collided with a lorry on the Bidar-Bhalki Road.
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K M D C will provide educational loans

Bidar: The Karnataka Minorities Development Corporation will provide educational loans to students seeking admission to professional courses.
Students from minority communities attending CET counselling can get loans of up to Rs. 50,000. Students from families that earn less than Rs. 1 lakh annually can apply. Those interested can apply to the corporation along with a validity certificate from the principal,
Read Full nEws: The  Hindu

Friday, June 11, 2010

Recognition granted to no less than five medical colleges in the State have been withdrawn

Recognition granted to no less than five medical colleges in the State have been withdrawn and the student intake of KIMS, Hubli, has been reduced from 150 to 100. The list includes three government colleges (in Bidar, Shimoga and Raichur) and the S.S. Institute of Medical Science and Research,
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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Bidar veterinary varsity gets notice

The State Government has issued notice to the Board of Management of the Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Science University in Bidar, Read full news on The Hindu

Thursday, June 3, 2010

How to reach Bidar

How to Reach Bidar..

By Road:
From Bangalore Many Private Luxury AC or non AC Buses run Via Bellary and Gulbarga or Via Hyderbad. example. Pavit Travels, VRL travels , Pooja travels , Shakuntala travels , Shree travels.

Many Govt Luxury Buses of KSRTC ply daily via Hyderbad, Its 16 hours journey from Bangalore via Hyderabad on NH 7 and NH 9.

From Hyderbad Imaliban bus stand for every 15 minutes a Bus to Bidar is available from Plat form No 36
Bidar is also connected by road with Nanded.

By Rail : Rail facility is available from Bangalore and Hyderbad.
Bangalore - Nanded Link Express Via Bidar, Departure from Bangalore at 9.50 PM.

Secundrabad - Manmad Express from Hyderbad Departure at 6 PM from Secundrabad Station,Hyderbad.
Hyderbad - Aurangabad Express from Kachiguda weekly thrice.

One can also take Udyan express or KK Express from Bangalore reach Gulbarga and take a bus from there, its 105 KMS from Gulbarga.

By Air: Rajiv Gandhi International Terminal, Begumpet, Hyderabad is Just 140 Kms away from Bidar.
Its just 2 and half hours drive from the airport to Bidar on NH9 till Zaheerabad and a diversion of 28 KMs after Zaheerabad.

Soon Bidar will also have its own airport.

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Biotech sector set to grow 20% to $5 bn

Karnataka plans to set up sector-specific biotechnology parks in Mysore, Dharwad, Mangalore and Bidar, chief minister BS Yeddyurappa said.
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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

"Bhoo Chetana" will be implemented in Bidar district

Bidar: The State Government will implement the “Bhoo Chetana” programme to enrich fertility of non-irrigated lands in the district from this monsoon.
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ETM scam: 16 more officials suspended

Bidar: Sixteen more officials have been suspended in connection with the tampering of two electronic ticketing machines (ETMs) in Humnabad (Bidar) and Chincholi (Gulbarga) which resulted in losses for the North-eastern Karnataka Road Transport Corporation (NEKRTC).
Read full article: The Hindu