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(bĕlgoum`), city (1991 pop. 402,412), Karnataka state, SE India. It is an educational and district administrative center that trades in food grains, sugarcane, cotton, tobacco, oilseed, and milk products. Industries include leather, clay, pottery, soap, cotton, and precious metals. Belagavi also has a military cantonment, and there is an airport in nearby Sambra.
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"The regular service of the train will depart from Belagavi and arrive at Vasco da Gama on every Friday and Saturday.
The movie trailers and video clips, which are being circulated on smartphones in the districts bordering Karnataka and Maharashtra, allegedly derides Kannadigas, and this had led to tension last week in Belagavi. The police conducted meetings with Kannada groups and Marathas to maintain peace.
The Maratha Light Infantry unit led by Major Rathore is conducting rescue and relief operations in the flood-affected Belagavi district.
The incident took place at the Khade Bazaar area in Belagavi during evening time.
"Navy has deployed eight relief teams and two helicopters in Belagavi and Uttar Kannada districts," Singh added.
It is alleged that Singh raped her on several occasions between June 2014 and May 2015 at his partner's home in Belagavi.
Ever since the reorganisation of the states, Maharashtra has been seeking the inclusion of Belagavi into
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 11 (ANI): Union Home Minister Amit Shah will on Sunday conduct an aerial survey of the flood-affected areas of Belagavi district in Karnataka.
Summary: Belgaum (Karnataka) [India], Aug 8 (ANI): As part of the ongoing flood relief operations, Indian Navy diving teams deployed in Belgaum (Belagavi) district of Karnataka have evacuated about 25 villagers from Kovadu village.