Beary annual Get-together And Merit award function 2010

Sunday jan 17th bangalore: Beary Welfare Assosiation, conducted the Beary annual Get-together And Merit award function in which students with Distinction marks in the previous accademic year were awarded by the governor of karnataka, Mr Bharadwag, at Ambedkar, Bhavan Bangalore 

Master Ramshid From Madikeri was awarded for his excelent scoring in the SSLC EXam with 94% marks.

Ex Central minister Oscar Fernandis, MLA P.A Haris, U.T Khadar, R Roshan Baig, M.B Abdul Rahman – Karnataka Beary Academy President , And The president Of  Beary Welfare Assosiation Mr G.A Bava were present at the function.

Mr B.A Mohidin, eX Education minister, was awarded for his life time achievment on this function.

Cultutral programs entertained the gathering

-Report and photographs by Umar-Ul-Farooq, Madikeri

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-Report and photographs by Umar-Ul-Farooq, Madikeri

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Vehicles of devotees allowed on Konanur-Makutta road

Madikeri: Kodagu Deputy Commissioner K.H. Ashwatha Narayana Gowda has granted temporary permission to devotees from Kodagu to use the Konanur-Makutta State highway to visit Bythurappa temple (Vayathur temple) in Kerala for the annual festival from January 22 to 25. Vehicular traffic on the road is banned in view of the road laying works.

Mr. Gowda had banned use of road for all category of vehicles to facilitate roadworks. Konanur-Makutta road connects Kodagu with Kerala. Devotees could use light motor vehicles only, not hired vehicles, to reach the Bythurappa temple located in Kerala, only as a special case. Such vehicles should not cause any hindrance to the ongoing roadworks, Mr. Gowda said, according to an official release here.

Permission sought

The Puggera Kodava family, which is involved in organising the annual Bythurappa festival in Vayathur in Kerala, in the name of Bythurappa Sangha, Devanageri village, near Virajpet, had sought permission from the district administration on January 8 to open the road for light motor vehicle traffic in view of the festival at Vayathur.

The opinion of the Public Works Department, which is executing the roadworks, was obtained earlier. The issue was brought to the notice of the Speaker K.G. Bopaiah, Urban Development Minister Suresh Kumar, Madikeri MLA M.P. Appachu Ranjan and MLC M.C. Nanaiah, who too had concurred with the idea of opening the road temporarily to facilitate movement of devotees from Kodagu to Vayathur as a special case.

-The Hindu