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Chikkaballapur to be made satellite city
To reduce congestion in Bangalore, the government has decided to develop Chikkaballapur as a satellite city, chief minister Siddaramaiah said on Friday. Steps will be taken to improve road connectivity, sanitation and water facilities in the town, he said. The CM was speaking at the inauguration of the rail service between Chikkaballapur and Kolar. Saying that all pending railway projects in the state will be cleared on a priority basis, he hoped that Karnataka will occupy a prime slot in railway transport in the coming years. Railway minister Mallikarjun Kharge said the railway coach factory to be set up near Srinivasapur in Kolar district will provide jobs to over 5,000 people. The government has agreed to provide land for the factory, slated to come up for Rs 1,400 crore. Adequate funds will be allocated for the project in the supplementary railway budget, the minister said. Chikkaballapur-Kolar link The Chikkaballapur-Kolar rail line is part of the Yelahanka-Bangarpet narrow gauge line introduced by the Mysore maharajas. It was taken up for gauge conversion under the government's uni-gauge policy. Though the stretch between Yelahanka and Chikkaballapur was completed way back in 1996, the one between Kolar and Bangarpet was ready in 1998. Since then, there had been a persistent demand to complete the 85km-stretch between Kolar and Chikkaballapur. The project, which was delayed owing to fund crunch, has now been completed for Rs 440 crore. At present, only one trip each from Bangalore and Kolar has been planned.
Coorg, a green escape in Karnataka
If you find Ooty, Kodaikanal or Munnar a bit too touristy and crowded a destination in southern India, Coorg is that perfect holiday spot in Karnataka that is sure to please toddlers, youth and the old alike. Not that this hill station needs to be chosen for a sojourn by eliminating other similar destinations in the vicinity. Just a three-hour drive from Mysore, 150 km away, Coorg district on its own has much to offer, beyond its coffee, cardamom, pepper and beetelnut estates. There is much to see, admire and soak in at this hill station, which the locals call Kodagu, on the slopes of the Western Ghats, what with some pristine trekking trails, picnic spots, waterfalls, wildlife, woods, forests, valleys and some mouth-watering cuisine. Situated at a height of 1,525 metres, Madikeri or Mercara is the capital of Coorg, with a nice bazaar, quaint houses with red-roofs and liberal use of teakwood reapers for doors and furniture, so common among homes and clubhouses in Indian hill stations. It may come as a surprise to some that Coorg has one of the largest settlements of Buddhists in India, just about 30 km away from Madikeri, with their own Namdroling Monastery built in 1963, which the locals call the Golden Temple. Once you enter the monastery, you feel transported into some other world in the Orient, packed as it is with some 5,000 monks in bright yellow and red robes, with some soothing Buddhist chants, smell of incense and breathtaking sights of pagodas. After seeing those large golden statues of the Buddha and Tara, the intricate murals and Tangkha paintings, don't forget to taste some authentic Tibetan food here, especially the delectable momos and the subtle thugkpa, their noodle soup. One is told it is the largest teaching centre of Nyingmapa - a major lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the world - and the present Dalai Lama gave its shorter name, as opposed to Thegchog Namdrol Shedrub Dargyeling that this mesmerising place was called originally. As far as the season goes, October to March -- like most places in India -- are the best months. The weather is pleasant with that welcome nip in the air. But Coorg during monsoons can be equally mesmerising and enchanting. There are also plenty of places one can go to. There is Abbey Falls, not far, where one has to make his or her way through some dense woods, dotted with coffee bushes, trees and creepers, to suddenly find a cascading gush of water. Then about 80 km away is the Iruppu Falls, right next to the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, also called Nagarhole, which is famous for its elephants, with a lot of other game and some 50 species of birds. Children, especially, are certain to enjoy a visit to Dubare Forest, around an hour and a half from Medikeri. A ferry there takes you across to an elephant camp where one can see the pachyderms being bathed and fed, after which they are ready for a joy ride. Talacauvery, around an hour away, is the source of the river Cauvery, with a temple to pay homage to this main source of water for some parts of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Not far is Bhagamandala, the confluence of three rivers: Cauvery, Kanika, and Sujyothi. Another must-see is Tadiyendamol, which is the tallest peak in Kodagu and gives a breathtaking view of the entire Coorg, apart from the distant Arabian Sea. There is also the Naalkunaadu Palace built by Kodagu king Dodda Raja Veerendra in 1792. After all this exploring, a bungalow at the plantation is perhaps the best place to retire. Toddlers can chase butterflies, and a hammock and freshly brewed coffee are sure to be at hand!
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