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This was the occasion when “Organic India” participated in India’s largest Organic Trade fair known as “India Organic 06” which every year takes place in Bangalore in the month of November and Organic India represent the fair as the pioneering organic company.

Former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda urged the media to try and unite the people in the country through their good offices. He was displeased at the attempts made by some political and religious forces to divide society. Former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda at a function organised by the Asian Academy of Film and Television in the Capital.

H.D. Revanna, MLA, told the members of the taluk panchayat to pay more attention to the development of rural areas and to take up more projects under the Employment Affirmation Scheme (EAS). He lauded the efforts of the Hassan Taluk Panchayat in implementing schemes under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) and added that this had prevented people from migrating from villages in search of employment. The taluk was in the forefront of the implementation of the Act in the State, he said.

Inauguration of the First World Konkani Convention in 1995 by then Karnataka Chief Minister Shri H.D. Deve Gowda in the presence of Union Ministers Smt Margaret Alva and Shri Suresh Kalmadi, State Ministers Shri R.V. Deshpande and Shri Jayaprakash Hegde, Shri N. Yogish Bhat, MLA, Shri K.K. Pai and Convention convenor Shri Basti Vaman Shenoy.s

Former Prime Minister H. D. Deve Gowda at an Iftar party at the Tilak Nagar mosque in Bangalore on Friday.

Former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda also participated in the programme along with deputy commissioner DK district H V Parshwanath, former tourism minister D T Jayakumar, Mangalore MP Sadananda Gowda and Chairman of NMC Group UAE B R Shetty.s

The then Karnataka Chief Minister Shri. H.D. Deve Gowda (Center) and Massachusetts Governor William Weld (left), signing the Memorandum of Understanding in Feb. 1995. The Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor Project has evolved from the development of one of India's fastest growing and important cities: Bangalore. The Government of Karnataka first attempted to address the rapid growth of Bangalore and the need for major infrastructure expansion in the Bangalore Mysore region in the early 1980's. At that time, the Government prepared plans for the construction of a modern expressway between the two cities. While the potential benifits of the project were apparent, the project's planning and development did not proceed due to lack of funding. In February 1995, a Consoritum of Indian and U.S. based firms was established with the mission of developing the full range of residential, commercial, transportation and environmental infrastructure in the Bangalore-Mysore region. The expressway was viewed as a catalyst for community development, job growth and improved housing opportunities.In conjuction with a 1995 Trade Mission to India sponsored by the Governor of Massachusetts, the Honorable William F. Weld, a memorandum of understanding was signed by Consortium members, Indian officials, including then Karnataka Chief Minister, H.D.Deve Gowda, and U.S. officials, which set the stage for launching the Bangalore Mysore Infrastructure Corridor project

seeking blessings: Janata Dal (Secular) president H.D. Deve Gowda called on the seer of Parakala Math in Mysore on Saturday. MYSORE: Envisaging a vital role for regional parties in the polity of the country, former Prime Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) supremo H.D. Deve Gowda on Saturday said it was inevitable in view of widening social inequity and growing regional aspirations.

Former Prime Ministers V.P. Singh and H.D. Deve Gowda with CPM’s Harkishen Singh Surjeet at a rally of jhuggi dwellers to protest against the demolition of JJ Colonies in Delhi.s

The former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda sips tender coconut during an Iftar party hosted by him on Palace Grounds in Bangalore on Tuesday. BANGALORE: “I want to express my respect for Islam by hosting Iftar,” said the Janata Dal (Secular) president and former Prime Minister, H.D. Deve Gowda. He told presspersons at the Iftar dinner organised on Palace Grounds on Tuesday that there was no political motive behind his Iftar parties. “I invite Muslim brethren for the Iftar parties out of my respect for Islam,” he said.
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