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1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

The 1991 Anti-Tamil violence of Karnataka refers to incidents o...

wikipedia - 12 Sep 2016
The 1991 Anti-Tamil violence of Karnataka refers to incidents of mob violence targeting Tamils in the Karnataka state of India. The incidents took place in Southern Karnataka on 12–13 December 1991, mainly in the cities of Bangalore and Mysore. The attacks originated in the demonstrations organised against the orders of the Cauvery Water Tribunal appointed by the Government of India. The violence terrified the Tamil populace of Southern Karnataka forcing hundreds of thousands to flee in a matter of w
1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

Angry clashes in Karnataka as India's water wars run deep

The Guardian - 15 Sep 2016
Riots erupted on Monday in Bengaluru, aimed largely at Tamils, their businesses and Tamil Nadu-registered vehicles. “A huge mob was moving around the city holding the Karnataka flag and stopping traffic,” said Parvesh, a journalist from Kerala ...
1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

Does Karnataka Have A Case For Demanding Its Own Kannada Flag?

Huffington Post India - 19 Jul 2017
In spite of its informal status, the flag has much currency in indicating support for Kannada identity, language and culture. It is especially used during the anti-Tamil Nadu protests over the sharing of the waters of River Cauvery, when vehicles ...
1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

Popular anti-liquor movement in Tamil Nadu

Kashmir Watch - 13 May 2017
Tamil Nadu continued to impose prohibition, while Andhra Pradesh and Mysore (later renamed as Karnataka), which were carved out of Madras Presidency, did not have any such restrictions on alcohol. In 1971, the DMK ...
1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

DA case: SC to decide fate of Sasikala on Tuesday

Hindu Business Line - 13 Feb 2017
The fate of AIADMK General Secretary Sasikala Natarajan, fighting a bitter power battle with interim Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam after the demise of J Jayalalithaa, is likely to be decided tomorrow as the Supreme Court may deliver the ...
1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

DMK to showcase its stalwart's achievements

The Hindu - 28 May 2017
He resigned his Assembly seat twice — once in 1983 on the Sri Lankan Tamils issue and again in 1991 when he was the lone DMK member elected to the Assembly. DMK working president M.K. Stalin has called upon party cadre to make the diamond ...
1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

'Tamil Nadu is poorer with Cho's demise'

The Hindu - 09 Jan 2017
It was Cho who exhorted him to write in Tamil, he pointed out. Recalling how he was a shareholder in the magazine in 1988, Mr. Gurumurthy said, “I came out in 1991 as I was not contributing much.” Later, in 2002, however, Cho made him a partner again.
1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

Last stories from lost villages of Karnataka

Times of India - 16 Nov 2015
BENGALURU: If you Google Belaguli, the first result is a Wikipedia entry for Agrahara Belaguli, "an enchant ing hamlet situated about 25km from Channarayapattana in Hassan district." The next result is a Wikimapia page about a village in Tumakuru ...
1991 anti tamil violence of karnataka

On Sri Lanka, Jayalalithaa took a strong line

The Hindu - 07 Dec 2016
In the initial years, after the Black July of 1983 when anti-Tamil riots broke out across Sri Lanka, the AIADMK leader had supported the cause of Tamil extremists, especially the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). ...

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