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Goa Kannadigas' plight continues to remain heard of

The whole of Karnataka is rejoicing to celebrate the golden jubilee year of renaming the state from Mysuru to Karnataka, but at the same time, all other Kannadigas living in the border areas of adjoining states continue to suffer despite all these years of independence and reorganization of states on linguistic basis. Plight no better in all other neighbouring states: The living conditions and plight of Kannadigas living in neighbouring states like Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Kerala are no better. The only difference is that the woes of Kannadigas living in border areas of Maharashtra are voiced now and then, although they hardly get noticed by the people in power resulting in any tangible solutions. Kannadigas regime in Goa: According to the pages of history, the present region of Goa was once ruled by the Kannadiga Kadamba dynasty from the 10th to 14th century, for more than 400 years. King Shashthadeva Conquered Goa, Port Gopakpattana and Kapardikad

Poland's Hon. Consul CR Raghu sees the great potential for investment in India

CR Raghu, Honorary Consul of the Republic of Poland in Bengaluru is optimistic about investment from Poland in the state and country in the areas of IT, BT, Education, Renewable Energy and Waste management. Everyone is looking for renewable energy: Renewable gas energy is a big thing everyone is looking for. Our own Prime Minister is thinking, last week European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has also mentioned the same. Even our External Affairs Minister is speaking about it. In fact, the whole world is thinking on the subject so that the expenditure on fuels is reduced, he elaborates. A series of accomplishments: Raghu Rajappa, a city-based industrialist with enough experience in the waste management area has become the Polish Honorary Consul about one and a half years back but has a list of accomplishments to his credit in the short period. For, he informs-“In the last one and a half years, I have contributed in the fields of education, trading, politics, the visit of Amb