The sewage released into the vented dam near Kalmadi owing to irregular recycling process of sewage has made the life of the residents in the area miserable.

257 trees felled for the road widening work from Karavali junction to Manipal Syndicate bank junction

The chillies grown in Heroor near Uppoor in Udupi is affected with disease, thus putting the farmers into hardship.

There is an increase of 19.65 per cent in the plan outlay of Rs 1,985 crore announced for Udupi district for the year 2010-11.

MP D V Sadananda Gowda releasing credit plan for 2010-11 in Udupi on Monday.
The credit plan was launched at the district-level review meeting held here on Monday.
The plan outlay for the last year was Rs 1,659 crore.

As many as 1216 farmers have been issued the cards under Kissan credit card facility in Udupi district.

A sum of Rs 8.43 crore have been disbursed, said Assistant General Manager of Syndicate Bank Regional Office H Vasanth Nayak.

The High Court on Friday ordered issue of notices to the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests, the State Revenue Secretary, the KSPCB, the Udupi DC and the Konkan Rail Corporation Limited and the Udupi Power Corporation Limited, over land acquired to build a railway line and yard for transportation of coal to Padubidri Thermal Power Plant.

A sum of Rs 2 crore has been sanctioned for the widening of connectivity roads in Udupi, said Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa.

National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) has registered a satisfactory percentage of achievements in Udupi district.

The hundred days of employment scheme has been doing well besides offering income security to the people residing in the rural areas of the district.

Nagarjuna Virodhi Horata Samithi is organising a meet to discuss the pros and cons of the coal based Nagarjuna Thermal Power project comprising various institutions of the district under the leadership of Pejawar mutt seer Vishveshatheertha Sripada on December 8 at Laxmi Sabhabhavan in Udupi.

The district administration held a meet comprising representatives from all walks of life in the district to discuss the mode of possible aid and other potentials supporting the victims of the flood areas of the northern part of the State.

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