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CNC holds Delhi Chalo for Kodagu autonomy status
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CNC holds Delhi Chalo for Kodagu autonomy status

New Delhi:  The Codava National Council (CNC) which has been peacefully agitating for Kodagu autonomy status in New Delhi on Nov. 1 every year since 1994, has this year extended the agitation to outside the French Embassy. They held a protest yesterday at Sansad Marg (Parliament Street) and French Embassy in New Delhi to highlight…

CNC to hold New Delhi Chalo on Nov.1
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CNC to hold New Delhi Chalo on Nov.1

Mysuru: Codava National Council (CNC) has decided to hold a peaceful Satyagraha on Nov. 1 at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi to highlight the demand for Codava Quest for autonomy and to express opposition to celebrations of Karnataka Rajyotsava Day,  said CNC President N.U. Nachappa. Addressing a press conference at the Patrakartara Bhavan here this…

Kodagu rehabilitation: CNC to hold 24-hour Satyagraha
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Kodagu rehabilitation: CNC to hold 24-hour Satyagraha

Madikeri:  Codava National Council (CNC) will hold a 24-hour Satyagraha between Oct. 10 and 11 at Madikeri, urging the government to speedily rehabilitate Kodagu landslide victims in a dignified way. In a press release, CNC President N.U. Nachappa has demanded a white paper on the donations received by the government, associations and voluntary organisations that…

Demanding resumption of ethnographic survey of Kodavas
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Demanding resumption of ethnographic survey of Kodavas

CNC to stage dharna in front of DC office tomorrow Madikeri:  The Codava National Council (CNC) will stage a Satyagraha on June 22 in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s Office in Madikeri demanding the re-commencement of ethnographic  survey of Kodava tribe for its inclusion in the Schedule List of Constitution under Articles 340 and 342….

CNC’s Cauvery rally concludes at Poompuhar in Tamil Nadu
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CNC’s Cauvery rally concludes at Poompuhar in Tamil Nadu

Madikeri:  The rally initiated by Codava National Council (CNC) urging the government to accord a living entity status for River Cauvery concluded at Poompuhar in Tamil Nadu. Disclosing this at a press meet here yesterday, CNC President N.U. Nachappa said that the rally commenced from Talacauvery on May 24 and after traversing Kodagu, Mysuru, Mandya,…

Codava National Council to hold Satyagraha from April 1
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Codava National Council to hold Satyagraha from April 1

Madikeri: The Codava National Council (CNC) will hold overnight Satyagraha from April 1 pressing for various demands including the political goal attaining for the Autonomous Codava Land (Autonomy) and the inclusion of Kodavas as tribals in the Constitution. In a press release, CNC President N.U. Nachappa said that CNC does not claim or advocate the…

CNC observes mourning day
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CNC observes mourning day

Members of Codava National Council (CNC) paid floral tributes to Kodavas who were martyred at Devatt Parambu by Tipu Sultan. CNC members led by its President N.U. Nachappa assembled at Devatt Parambu on Dec. 12, the day when thousands of Kodavas were mercilessly killed by Tipu Sultan in the year 1785.

Codava National Council to take out ‘Delhi Chalo’ tomorrow
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Codava National Council to take out ‘Delhi Chalo’ tomorrow

Mysuru: Codava National Council (CNC) is organising a ‘Delhi Chalo’ march tomorrow (Nov.1) urging for a separate ‘Codava land’, Constitutional amendment and other demands, said its President N.U. Nachappa. He was addressing a press conference at Pathrakartara Bhavan here yesterday. CNC has been organising Delhi Chalo for the last 21 years pressing implementation of their…

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