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The heavy-handed manner in which the then chief minister R Gundu Rao handled the farmer uprising in Navalgund and Nargund taluks of the Malaprabha project area in Dharwar in 1980 helped the Raitha Sangha consolidate its position as a state-wide body.
Ainma Dharwar is also from a tribal family in Jharkhand and works for a family in Meydan.
Mudumalai lies in the Moyar-Bhavani shear zone of the Western Dharwar Craton which separates two 2.5 Ga-old chamockite massifs (Drury and Holt 1980).
Structural Analysis of Airborne Radiometric data for Identification of Kimberlites in Parts of Eastern Dharwar Craton.
Tata Motors engineering head, Ajit Jindal, stated that these fully-built buses will be produced at its Lucknow, plant, where it makes the CNG buses also, and the body will be built at its Dharwar plant.
How is the media handling the Dharwar daylight murder of Kannada scholar and rationalist, M.M.
Dharwar Dry and Sitta showed the suitability of these genotypes for water deficit areas.
We found traditions alive in Dharwar, Hubli and other parts of Karnataka and Maharashtra where the bride's sari had to have the warp dyed in indigo and was known as "Chandra Kali", it was a beautiful blue-black.
She has a Bachelor's in Architecture from MSIA Bijapur, which is affiliated with Dharwar University, and a Master's in Historic Conservation from School of the Built Enviornment, Oxford Brooks University.
From these data, it should be noted that India is on the 145th place of nations5 in the ranking of the life expectancy, it has a modest GDP per person, but a very large sample number, and yet has a single validated supercentenarian, Lucy d'Abreu, a Scottish women born in 1892 in Dharwar (India) and died at the age of 113 years and 197 days in Stirling (Scotland).