"कर्नाटक" च्या विविध आवृत्यांमधील फरक

४,२२७ बाइट्सची भर घातली ,  ११ वर्षांपूर्वी
रेशीम उद्योग हा कर्नाटकमधील प्राचीन उद्योग असून आता त्याला मोठ्या व्यवसायाचे स्वरूप प्राप्त झाले आहे. भारतातील एकूण रेशीम उत्पादनाचा मोठा हिस्सा बंगळूर परिसरातून येतो. .<ref>http://www.deccanherald.com/content/31009/silk-city-come-up-near.html</ref><ref>http://sify.com/news/fullstory.php?a=jg1rkmebjfi&title=Karnataka_silk_weavers_fret_over_falling_profits_due_to_globalisation&tag=Karnataka</ref>
== वाहतूक ==
[[Image:Kingfisher Airlines.jpg|right|thumb|[[Kingfisher Airlines]] which is based in [[Bengaluru International Airport|Bangalore]].]]
Air transport in Karnataka, as in the rest of the country, is still a fledgling but fast expanding sector. Karnataka has airports at Bangalore, [[Mangalore]], [[Hubli]], [[Belgaum]], [[Hampi]] and [[Bellary]] with international operations from [[Bengaluru International Airport|Bangalore]] and [[Mangalore International Airport|Mangalore airports]]. Airports at [[Mysore]], [[Gulbarga]], [[Bijapur, Karnataka|Bijapur]], [[Hassan, India|Hassan]] and [[Shimoga]] are expected to be operational by the end of 2007.<ref name=5airports>{{cite web|url=http://www.deccanherald.com/Content/Jun52007/district200706045625.asp|accessdate=2007-06-05|title=5 airports to be functional soon|work=Online Webpage of The Deccan Herald, dated 2007-06-05|publisher=2007, The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd.|accessdate=2007-06-29}}</ref> Major airlines such as [[Kingfisher Airlines]] and [[Air Deccan]] are based in Bangalore.
Karnataka has a railway network with a total length of approximately {{convert|3089|km|mi|0}}. Until the creation of the South Western Zone headquartered at [[Hubli]] in 2003, the railway network in the state was in the Southern and Western railway zones. Several parts of the state now come under the South Western Zone, with the remainder under the Southern Railways. Coastal Karnataka is covered under the [[Konkan railway]] network which was considered India's biggest railway project of the century.<ref name="konkan">{{cite web|url=http://pib.nic.in/archieve/lreleng/lyr98/l0498/PIBR220498.html|title=Prime Minister to Dedicate Konkan Railway Line to Nation on May 1|work=Press Information Bureau|publisher=Government of India|accessdate=2007-07-18}}</ref> Bangalore is extensively connected with inter-state destinations while other important cities and towns in the state are not so well-connected.<ref name="rail1">{{cite web|url=http://www.deccanherald.com/archives/dec252006/state143720061225.asp|title=Pilot project: GPS system on B’lore-Hubli Jan Shatabdi|work=Online Edition of the Deccan Herald, dated 2006-12-25|publisher=2005, The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd.|accessdate=2007-05-06}}</ref><ref name="rail2">{{cite web|url=http://www.ourkarnataka.com/issues/karnataka_railways.htm|author=GS Prasanna Kumar|title=Karnataka and Indian Railways, Colossal wastage of available resources or is it sheer madness of the authorities concerned|work=Online webpage of OurKarnataka.com|publisher=OurKarnataka.Com,Inc|accessdate=2007-04-20}}</ref>
Karnataka has 11 [[Ports of Karnataka|ports]], including the [[New Mangalore Port]], a major port and ten other minor ports.<ref name="ports">{{cite web|url=http://www.karnatakaports.in/our_ports.htm|title=Minor Ports of Karnataka|work=Online Webpage of Karnataka Ports Department|publisher=Government of Karnataka|accessdate=2007-05-06}}</ref> The New Mangalore port was incorporated as the ninth major port in India on May 4, 1974. This port handled 32.04 million tonnes of traffic in the fiscal year 2006-07 with 17.92 million tonnes of imports and 14.12 million tonnes of exports. The port also handled 1015 vessels including 18 cruise vessels during the year 2006-07. The inland water transport within the state is not well developed.
The total lengths of [[List of National Highways in India#Karnataka|National Highway]]s and state highways in Karnataka are {{convert|3973|km|mi|0}} and {{convert|9829|km|mi|0}}, respectively. The [[Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation|KSRTC]], the state public transport corporation, transports an average of 2.2 million passengers daily and employs about 25,000 people.<ref name="ksrtc"> {{cite web|url=http://ksrtc.in/about_ksrtc.htm|title=About KSRTC|work=Online webpage of KSRTC|publisher=KSRTC|accessdate=2007-05-06}}</ref> In the late nineties, KSRTC was split into three corporations, viz., The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation, The North-West Karnataka Road Transport Corporation and The North-East Karnataka Road Transport Corporation with their headquarters in Bangalore, Hubli and Gulbarga respectively.<ref name="ksrtc"/>