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Cracks in Brahmagiri Hill: Kodagu DC orders closure of ‘Ingu Gundi’
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Cracks in Brahmagiri Hill: Kodagu DC orders closure of ‘Ingu Gundi’

August 21, 2019

Madikeri: In the wake of deep cracks surfacing on Brahmagiri Hill at Bhagamandala, a place of mythological importance and birth-place of River Cauvery in Kodagu, officials from Geological Survey of India (GSI) have recommended certain remedial measures to be taken immediately.  Following this, Kodagu Deputy Commissioner Annies Kanmani Joy has ordered the Forest Department to…

Proposal to ban entry of women to Brahmagiri Hills at Talacauvery
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Proposal to ban entry of women to Brahmagiri Hills at Talacauvery

July 5, 2018

SHRC drops proceedings against Temple Committee Madikeri:  The State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has dropped proceedings against the Talacauvery Temple Committee and the Kodagu District Administration over the issue of a proposed ban on entry of women to Brahmagiri Hills in Kodagu. The SHRC had issued a notice to Talacauvery Temple Committee over the issue…

Human Rights Commission issues notice to Talacauvery Temple Committee
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Human Rights Commission issues notice to Talacauvery Temple Committee

June 9, 2018

Proposal to ban entry of women to Brahmagiri Hills Mysuru:  The Karnataka State Human Rights Commission (KSHRC) has issued a notice to Talacauvery Temple Committee in Kodagu district over the issue of a proposal to ban  entry of women to Brahmagiri Hills at Talacauvery, the birthplace of River Cauvery. The Committee was mulling to impose…

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