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Laxman Nimbargi is Belagavi SP

Published: 19/07/2019 by

The government has posted Laxman Nimbargi as the SP Belagavi district.

Laxmi Hebbalkar may be replaced as Congress women’s wing president

Published: 01/10/2018 by

After a stormy battle with the powerful Jarkiholi brothers of Belagavi in the last few weeks and her recent claim of Rs 30 crore cash and a cabinet berth offer from BJP, Karnataka State Mahila Congress Chief Laxmi Hebbalkar may soon be replaced.

Leopard strays into village near Khanapur town at Belagavi

Published: 03/02/2017 by

A big cat, suspected to be a leopard, strayed into Durganagar in Khanapur town about 25 km from Belagavi, creating panic among residents.

Long-awaited IIT-Dharwad Inaugurated by Minister Prakash Javadekar

Published: 29/08/2016 by

Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar on Sunday inaugurated the long-awaited Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Dharwad in Karnataka.

LEAD Valedictory function celebrated in Belgaum

Published: 24/04/2015 by

Belaum Students received awards in LEAD Valedictory at Belgaum

Deshpande Foundation, Hubli’sLEAD – LEaders Accelerating Development brings to you a unique, life time chance of becoming a part of a great journey called “LEAD Prayana” a Leadership Journey on Wheels is an annual leadership journey for youth.

Lokayukta Police conducted early morning raids on the premises of Belgaum City Corporation, Assistant Executive Engineer (AEE) Irshad Ahmed Kittur and unearthed assets of Rs. 1.93 Crore from his Possession in Belgaum.

Laxmi Hebbalkar will be the first woman to contest from Belgaum Lok Sabha constituency on a Congress ticket. The 38-year-old political science postgraduate is undeterred by her defeat from Belgaum Rural constituency in the 2013 assembly elections.

Loksabha Elections | Belgaum goes to poll on April 17

Published: 05/03/2014 by

Loksabha Elections | Belgaum goes to poll on April 17

Landslide @ Kalsa-Bhandura water diversion project | 4 Injured

Published: 10/12/2013 by

Four workers were injured, while two earthmovers were buried in a landslide at the controversial Kalsa-Bhandura water diversion project site near Kankumbi, about 50 kms from Belgaum