The Shakti daily
THIS BISON WAS ABOUT BID GOODBYE!
A straying bison had a deadly fall into an open well in an estate and yet survived.
The incident occurred at Hardoo on the night of 3rd. The Bison entered the estate of one Rajendra Prasad and slipped into an open well. Rajendra went aghast to notice the beast struggling to come out. Day long operation yesterday succeeded after the forest sleuths brought an excavator and removed the side walls of the well and dug the ground to allow bison to come up.
The moment it came out, the bison ran into forest.
INMATES OF RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL FALL SICK
Around thirty inmates and teachers of residential school at Basavanahalli Diddalli near Chennaiayanakote are hospitalized due to fever and vomiting sensation.
The inmates complain that they are feeling dizzy and tired since three days for an unknown reason.
The Dr.Anand who is treating them suspect’s water contamination is the cause. The school authorities told that the Gram Panchayath is not supplying them water and they are using the stored water in a tank. Water is pumped into the tank from a borewell and the tank cannot be cleaned as the Nirmithikendra has covered the tank with a concrete slab.
Inmates are out of danger, according to the doctor.
ONE WINK AT A LADY ADVOCATE, THE GUY PUSHED BEHIND BAR!
Madhu, a youth was attending court in connection with a case at Somwarpet yesterday. He begun to behave strangely with a lady advocate. While the hearings were going on in the afternoon, madhu entered the court consuming alcohol and began to wink at the lady advocate.
The advocate complained to the judge. The judge ordered the police to book a case of indecent behavior. He is sent to judicial custody.
Nestlé India Rolls Out The NESCAFE PLAN
NESCAFE PLAN to support coffee farmers in the country
Nestlé India today announced the implementation of the NESCAFE PLAN in India. NESCAFE PLAN is a global initiative by Nestle S.A., brings under one umbrella the company’s commitment on coffee farming, production and consumption and will help Nestlé to further optimize its coffee supply chain.
To start the roll out of the NESCAFE PLAN in India, the first NESCAFE coffee demo farm and training centre was inaugurated in Bindhu Estate, Kodagu District, Karnataka by Shri Jawaid Akhtar, I.A.S, Chairman, Coffee Board of India, Mr. Nandu Nandkishore, Nestlé Executive Vice President and Zone Director for Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Middle East, and Mr. Antonio Helio Waszyk, Chairman & Managing Director, Nestlé India.
This first coffee ‘demonstration’ farm in India will help farmers improve quality, productivity and sustainability. The company is assisting coffee farmers in the states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu to develop their agricultural practices as demand for NESCAFE soluble coffee grows in the country. Furthermore, Nestlé research and developement teams aim to provide farmers with high-yielding, disease resistant plantlets suitable for Indian conditions. Through the initiative, the company seeks to source coffee sustainably by working closely with Indian coffee farmers and ensuring competitive prices, transparency and traceability.
Shri Jawaid Akhtar, I.A.S, Chairman of the Coffee Board of India, said: “I am happy that the NESCAFE PLAN is being launched in India. It will provide coffee farmers with technology and best practices for sustainable production of high quality coffee and also benefit them with improved access to markets.”
During the event the first group of 20 farmers who have been trained under the NESCAFE PLAN were felicitated. While formally releasing the training manual ‘NESCAFE Better Training Practices’, Nandu Nandkishore, Nestlé Executive Vice President and Zone Director for Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Middle East, said: “NESCAFE is the world’s leading coffee brand. As a leader we have the responsibility to continue to supply good quality coffee to consumers, while ensuring that coffee farming remains attractive for farmers and is sustainable across the value chain.
The NESCAFE PLAN demonstrates our commitment to working with thousands of farmers around the world, including in India, to provide training and technical assistance. By working with farmers in this way, we know where the coffee comes from, and they know they have a partner who will give them competitive prices for high quality produce.There is a mutual interest. if we want to be successful in the long term we need to create value for our shareholders at the same time as for the communities in which we operate”. In recent years Nestlé India has been doing extensive work to improve penetration of its high quality NESCAFE instant coffee amongst consumers and expand the market. The NESCAFE PLAN is important to ensure that the business is sustainable and that the coffee farmers also benefit. It reflects Nestlé’s business philosophy that it must create value for its shareholders as well as the communities where it operates.
Mr. A.Helio Waszyk, Chairman and Managing Director, Nestlé India said: “Indian coffee is very good and currently amongst the best in the world and we would like to use our own expertise in coffee to help it retain its excellence in the future as well. In the NESCAFE PLAN our team will work with coffee farmers as well as other experts and the Nestlé R&D Centre in France to combine the traditional wisdom amongst the coffee farmers in India with the benefits of modern science to make coffee farming more successful and sustainable.”
Currently The Coffee Board of India assists in research, development, extension, quality checks, market information and the domestic and external promotion of coffee from India. Nestlé India agronomists will also work with coffee farmers and train them on how they can further improve the productivity and quality of coffee in a sustainable manner.
PRINCIPAL ARRESTED ON RAPE CHARGES
A principal of a private college in Hunsur was arrested by Kushalnagar police on rape charges. Panduranga the principal of a private college,Hunsur is the native of Hulase village near Kushalnagar. The girl belong to Shiranala village near Kushalnagar. Her mother is working as a teacher in a private school in Kushalnagar. She is failed in P.U.C and temporarily suspended her studies. Panduranga took her to his house and yesterday night he kept her in the house and raped her. On the complaint received the kushalnagar police have arrested panduranaga who is a married person. The girl is admitted for medical checkup.
CONGRESS MEMBERS BOYCOT Z.P.MEETING
The congress members in the Kodagu zilla panchayath have boycotted the Z.P. meeting today afternoon. They have attended the morning session. In the morning session all the 28 members including the ruling BJP have urged for lokayuktha or COD probe for all the works done by Nirmithi centre entrusted to them by the Zilla panchayath engineering division. The members expressed their dissatisfaction and also suspicions about the misuse of funds by the Nirmithi centre But, the Z.P.president Shantheyanda Ravi kushalappa did not agree for the enquiry and he opted for administrative enquiry by the Kodagu deputy commissioner. During afternoon session, the congress members continued forcing the Z.P. president for Lokayuktha or COD enquiry. When, the president disagrees for the demand, all the 5 congress members boycotted the meeting.