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Arun Khote, Chief Executive-PMARC in the national Seminar on ” SC/STs
& Media: Concerns and Lacuna”s organized by PMARC at Lucknow on 31st
Speakers has raised the issue of accountability and
responsibility of mainstream media on social issues particular concerns
of socially excluded communities SCs, Tribals and women.,
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How a victim ‘caste’ the evil aside
Ashwini Y S, March 23, 2013, DHNS:
Kagemanti (Mandya district): A three-year-long
journey replete with trials and tribulations has borne fruit for this
youngster who has come a long way from being a shepherd to successfully
staging a 10-hour-long epic drama on a magnificent set nestled atop a
hillock in the remote Kagemanti village in Mandya district.
Charvaka troupe finally unveiled its creation ‘Arya Dravida’ under the
open skies, on Wednesday evening, creating magic with its script, sound,
light and music.
This, for 27-year-old Girish Machalli, is the
beginning and the end of his tryst with the 16-acre land, which is
drawing people from far and wide — all in the name of theatre. Once a
wasteland with rocky structures where Machalli reared his sheep as a
child, it has been transformed into a land of pure delight — an artist’s
A tunnelled entrance chronicling the annals of
civilisation takes you backwards to the Stone Age — starting from the
present-day set-up symbolised by Parliament. From there on, you are
sucked into a world tormented by social evils, casteism and corruption,
depicted by around 150 first-time artistes on three massive stages
titled ‘Hettavara Angala’, ‘Naganela’ and ‘Dravida Dhare’.
nightfall and pre-dawn, Machalli took his audience through a odyssey,
by successfully capturing the pathos of man’s evolution over 5,000
years, which he says has been woven together based on the ‘Cause and
The fruits of the hard work and the toil in
putting together the open theatre is, however, restricted to the five
days that Charvaka will stage the play. “My rental agreement with the
owner of this land ends in June. I don’t have the financial resources to
rent this land again. It may seem illogical, but I will have to forsake
this set after I complete the five shows. I want to dedicate the set to
the people of Mandya. It should stay as a monument, and I hope the
government will take interest in owning it up and not let it be torn
down,” says Machalli.
Struggles for life
admits that it isn’t easy to let go of a creation that especially
emerged from the struggles of his personal life. Machalli has raised and
spent Rs 1.12 crore in putting together the set, spread over six acres.
Recounting the opposition he faced from the parents of his beloved
Arundathi, Machalli says the discrimination he has encountered as a
person from a “lower caste”, provoked him to get to the bottom of the
emergence of casteism.
“You might call it madness. But now that
the show is unveiled, I don’t mind talking about the real reason behind
‘Arya Dravida’. Arundathi has been the love of my life for the last nine
years. She has stood by my side, despite stiff opposition, in fact
aiding me through the research work for the play.
“She has helped
me go through 3,000 to 4,000 reference material. When our love wasn’t
accepted, I was struck by a madness to deal with this evil called
The play, I hope, will spread the social message. But I
am now drained of finances. I know that I cannot sustain more shows on
this set. But with her by my side, I guess I can now move on,” he says,
adding that he would stage ‘Arya Dravida’ on other platforms.
Arya Dravida promo
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Now we have 1st,2nd,3rd,4th rate athmas and the untouchables have no athmas. So every harm is done to them. Buddha never believed in any athma. He said all are equal. It is high time that people practice equality and become awakened ones with awareness for peace, welfare and happiness to attain eternal bliss as final goal.
Schedule for the General Elections to the Legislative Assembly of Karnataka
Election Date 05/May/2013
Counting 08/May/2013 The term of the Legislative Assembly of Karnataka will expire on 03.6.2013. By virtue of its powers, duties and functions under Article 324 read with Article 172
Assembly Constituencies: The total number of Assembly Constituencies in the State of Karnataka and the seats reserved for the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, as determined by the Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008, are as under: Total No. of A. C.s Reserved for SCs Reserved for STs 224 36 15
Commission of India on Wednesday announced a single-phase poll in
Karnataka to be held on May 5. Counting will take place on May 8. The
term of the Karnataka assembly ends on June 3.
the dates, Chief Election Commissioner VS Sampath said that Karnataka
will go for a single-phase assembly election May 5.
CEC Sampath said the counting of votes will take place May 8. Over 4.18 crore voters eligible to vote for 224-member assembly.
officials have already held consultations with state authorities and
met various political parties in the state during their visit to
Karnataka,” the CEC said.
JDS having an “covert” understanding with both BJP and RSS
BJP as its image has taken a beating in the wake of corruption charges against it
seems to be in disarray ever since former CM and Lingayat strongman B S
Yeddyurappa, who was asked to step down in 2011 in the wake of
corruption charges, parted ways and formed his own party. There has been
a steady erosion in the BJP’s votebase, as was evident from the
drubbing it got in the latest urban body elections.
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20/3/2013 Election commission announced
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