Date: March 10th, 2017

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Forest officials rescue female elephant at BRT Tiger Reserve

The forest officials this morning rescued a female elephant which was stuck in Krishnaiahna Katte tank slush at BRT Tiger Reserve located near Yelandur in Chamarajanagar. Forest officials said that a herd of six elephants had come to the tank to quench their thirst during which one of the elephants got stuck in the slush….

A melting pot for creative minds
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A melting pot for creative minds

As the cultural capital of Karnataka, Mysuru is known for its art institutes. The moment an art or a cultural centre comes up in city, you find people thronging it to see what they will get to learn if they join the institute. Be it painting, music, dance, theatre, sculpture, craft, mosaic art and Mysore…

DC orders strict poll code enforcement
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DC orders strict poll code enforcement

With the election model code of conduct coming into force with immediate effect after the Election Commission announcing the schedule for Nanjangud and Gundlupet constituencies by-elections yesterday, Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep held a preliminary meeting with officials at his office this morning. Randeep said that teams have been formed to strictly enforce the code of…

Tipu armoury to reach final destination by evening
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Tipu armoury to reach final destination by evening

The translocation of Tipu Sultan’s armoury at Srirangapatna to pave way for the double-tracking work of the Mysuru-Bengaluru railway line will be completed by today evening, four days before the deadline. The armoury has been turned in “L-shape” yesterday and this morning it was just 20 metres from the new location. Railway officials said that…

Hate Crimes in USA
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Hate Crimes in USA

Terrorism, illegal immigration, loss of jobs to Whites giving rise to White Supremacists. How promoting Unity in Diversity of Houston Indian community can stop the spread of virus of hate crimes. By Bhamy V. Shenoy,  Houston, USA In a short period of mere ten days (Feb. 22 to Mar.4) three hate crimes have taken place…

Woman accuses son-in-law of torture; commits suicide
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Woman accuses son-in-law of torture; commits suicide

Rajeshwari (50), a resident of Basaveshwara Road near Agrahara, committed suicide by consuming poison at her residence yesterday night. According to Police, Sowmyashree, daughter of Rajeshwari, was married to one Ravikumar, a resident of Alagudu village in Srirangapatna, a year back. The marriage turned into agony for Sowmyashree as Ravikumar allegedly subjected her to continuous…

Gandhi Bhavan Golden Jubilee celebrations conclude
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Gandhi Bhavan Golden Jubilee celebrations conclude

Gandhian Surendra Koulagi calls to save natural groundwater “Amidst severe scarcity of drinking water, attempts are made to draw water using borewells. This will cause severe problems when there will be no groundwater left,” said Gandhian and Jamnalal Bajaj Awardee Surendra Koulagi. \ He was speaking at Senate Bhavan in Manasagangothri campus yesterday where the…

Proposal on revival of Beat Policing sent to Home Department: ADGP
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Proposal on revival of Beat Policing sent to Home Department: ADGP

Stating that a proposal has been submitted to the Home Department seeking revival of beat system, Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Law and Order, Alok Mohan said that in  order to curb criminal and illegal activities, the Department has been upgrading patrolling system under all Police Commissionerate in the State. Speaking to press persons…

CII to rejuvenate four lakes under CSR
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CII to rejuvenate four lakes under CSR

Buoyed by the success of its modern public toilet facility atop Chamundi Hill, the Mysuru Chapter of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has come forward to rejuvenate four lakes in Mysuru at a cost of Rs. 90 lakh. The rejuvenation will be taken up under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. At a meeting on…

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