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Two farmers reeling under debt ended their lives in Bidar district.Fifty-year-old Kashappa, a resident of Kosam village in Bhalki taluk Bidar district ended his life by consuming poison.According to police, Nagesh had borrowed Rs 25,000 each from two banks and Rs two lakh from private moneylenders.Thirty-five-year-old Rama Pundalik Nayak committed suicide by consuming poison at Alagwadi village in Raibag taluk of Belagavi district on Saturday.) or Pundarik is a central figure in the legends of the Hindu God Vithoba, generally considered a Vaishnava deity identified with the deities Vishnu and Krishna.He is credited to have brought Vithoba to Pandharpur, where Vithoba's central shrine stands today.It is a story based in a Goa wrecked by rampant mining.Acchev has been described as a novel which "describes peasant life in the Ponda [sub-]district and shows what happens when a traditional society that lives by myths and rituals comes into contact with modern mechanised ways of life." Manohar Shetty, in a review in the Deccan Herald, writes: "Pundalik Naik's novel is set in this grim backdrop, chronicling in detail the decay of a self-sufficient agricultural community with the impassive invasion of the mining industry.
According to the complaint lodged by the family members, Nayak ended his life frustrated over debts.
One fine morning, my friend Gulgulo invited me for a coffee and panchadik (chitchat).
Gulgulo is his nick name, since he is fond of gulgule (earthen pot) water.
Pandhari, the protagonist of the novel, is the first to fall into the tempting shaft.
Just before the auspicious day of sowing, Babuso, a wily and unscrupulous go-between, approaches him for his services as a load-bearer and to hire his bullock-cart to carry ore from the mines.