Wednesday, July 28, 2010

EPICs being issued till July 31 in Bidar district

Bidar: All voters in the district whose names have been included in the electoral rolls can get their Election Photo Identity Cards (EPIC) issued till July 31.
Chairing a meeting of nodal officers here on Monday, Deputy Commissioner Sameer Shukla said pictures of 1.4 lakh voters were yet to be collected. Voters can approach helpdesks in the tahshildars' offices to get EPICs by getting photographed or submitting passport size photographs, he said.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Recent excavation photos, which you might have never seen!

Hi ,
Today I am going to share some of very new and rare photos( Sorry for the clarity) which was taken from the recent excavation places in Bidar Fort.
There are so many  new things which is  hided inside the earth of the Bidar fort and slowly and slowly things are comming out in the recent  excavation.

I would like to thank all the  people who involved in this recent explore.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Bidar train timing has been revised

Much awaiting Nanded-Bangalore and Bangalore-Nanded Train timing has been revised.
As Bidar people were hoping and waiting to see some big changes in the timing that will make Bidar to Bangalore and vice-versa journey convenient, but the sad part is, except for few minute difference there nothing much change in timing , and the same timing has been updated with plus or minus of few minute.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Shaha Gunj Kaman is about to fall(ruin)

We might be remembered, Few year back the newest among all the Kaman(Gate)  "NAYA-KAMAN" ruined and now the another major gate/entrance " SHAHAGUNJ-KAMAN"  which tells Bidar glory is also about to fall(ruin).
If the concern person will not act, as soon as possible then  Shaha Gunj Kaman will be ruined soon and  same as Naya Kaman, only the name will be left.

Monday, July 19, 2010

GMR refuses to give NOC for Bidar airport

BANGALORE: Karnataka will have to abandon plans for a civilian airport in the state’s northern-most district, Bidar, after infrastructure and airport major, GMR, refused to give a no objection certificate (NOC) to the project.

The state government, which is keen on having an airport in each district headquarters, had secured the permission of the defence ministry some time ago to convert an old defence airport for civilian use in Bidar. It planned to upgrade the terminal and improve facilities to attract civilian aircraft and passengers.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Gulbarga University BCA Results 2010 Declared

Gulbarga University has declared the results of Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) for which the examinations were held in May 2010.

These results are available on its official web  portal:

wish you all the best for your results.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Actress Ramya Shoot a film Songs in Bidar Fort

Yes It is  true !
No.1 Sandalwood Actress Shoots film Songs in Bidar Forts mainly in Rangeen Mahal, Solaha Khamb mosque, Takat Mahal and other parts of the Fort.
Its a pleasure for Bidarites to welcome not only Sandalwood, all the other film industries.
We are sure, any one who visit bidar fort , never miss to say WOW.

The NEKSRTC has suspended all buses from Aurad, a border town in Bidar to Maharashtra

The NEKSRTC has suspended all buses from Aurad, a border town in Bidar and Aland in Gulbarga to Maharashtra following unrest in Belgaum, said officials.

Bus services on 20 routes  to  various locations in Maharashtra from Aurad in Bidar and services to Sholapur, Akkalkot and Umarga from Afzalpur in Gulbarga have been stopped.

Read full: DH

20 lakh saplings to be planted in Bidar district

Bidar: Over 20 lakh saplings will be planted in Bidar district this year as part of a programme under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGREGA).
Deputy Commissioner and in-charge Chief Executive Officer of the Bidar Zilla Panchayat Sameer Shukla has told officials to implement this ambitious programme with all seriousness. He was speaking at a meeting to review the Karnataka Development Programme here on Monday. Readd Full: The Hindu

Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation (KSTDC) proposing to operate package tours to BIDAR region

Bidar, which has a number of heritage monuments, does not even have a tourism office, and according to a Tourism Department official, the region has remained neglected so far.
Things could change with the Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation (KSTDC) proposing to operate package tours to this region. “The districts are all about 500 km or more from places such as Bangalore or Mysore, which acts as a deterrent,” sources in the Tourism Department told The Hindu.
Read full : The Hindu

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Karnataka wins battle for Belgaum and Bidar district

Bangalore: It is a moral victory for Karnataka but Maharashtra is upset.The Centre on Wednesday shot down Maharashtra’s six-year-old claim to 865 villages with Marathi-speaking majority in Belgaum, Gulbarga, Karwar and Bidar districts of Karnataka.
In an affidavit filed with the Supreme Court, it said the State Reorganisation Commission (SRC) in 1956 had
Read Full News: DNA

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Gastroenteritis affects 1,073 in Bidar this year

Bidar: As many as 1,073 cases of gastroenteritis have been detected in Bidar district since January. Of these, 409 cases have been detected since the monsoon, Health Department officials said here on Tuesday.
Read Full : The HINDU

Monday, July 5, 2010

Major infrastructure projects proposed in Bidar district

Another private concern has evinced interest in developing heritage tourism in the district. It will invest in creating infrastructure that could explore the district's tourism potential. “This project was also approved in the GIM,” he said. “Places of tourist importance such as the Jharni Narasimha cave temple will be developed. Access roads to the shrine are nearing completion. Work on providing passenger amenities and other infrastructure is under progress,” he added.
Ring roads
The district administration is building roads to connect all places of tourist importance.   READ FULL

A private health chain is setting up a super-specialty hospital in Bidar.

A Hyderabad-based healthcare concern proposed the project to the State Government and it was approved at the recent Global Investors Meet (GIM). “This was essential as the people of Bidar have to travel a minimum of 100 km to Hyderabad or Gulbarga to seek tertiary care,”  Read Full

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Bidar woman diagnosed with A(H1N1)

Bidar: A 35-year-old woman from Bidar has been diagnosed with A(H1N1) in Hyderabad.
The woman, who was receiving treatment in Bidar District Hospital, was shifted to a private hospital in Hyderabad on Friday.
After conducting tests on her, doctors in the Hyderabad hospital said that she was suffering from A(H1N1) influenza. Her condition is said to be serious.Read Full The Hindu

No helping hand at all for this BIDAR poor boy

 In yet another incident where access to medication is denied to the poor, a 10-year-old boy Rathikanth from Bidar is on the verge of losing his right hand due to neglect and complacency on the part of as many as six hospitals.

Ironically, Rathikanth’s story has come to light on Doctors’ Day. Rathikanth, who injured his right forearm about a month ago, was referred to Bangalore hospitals for better treatment by Dr G M Shetkar of Bidar, as his clinic lacked equipment and facilities to treat ‘compressed syndrome’ that the boy suffered from.
Read Full :DH

Friday, July 2, 2010

Another Accident in Bidar Dist.

Three childern were killed and five others injured when a tractor trailer over turned at Kanganur village in Bidar District of Karnataka full