Date: April 2nd, 2017

Governor lays foundation for ISKCON temple
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Governor lays foundation for ISKCON temple

Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Rudabhai Vala laid the foundation stone for the Nava Brindavan Dham, ISKCON Mysuru Cultural Centre at the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) premises at Jayanagar in city this morning. The temple complex and cultural centre will be built at a cost of Rs. 150 crore and its architecture would be on…

BJP accuses Congress of distributing money
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BJP accuses Congress of distributing money

Even as the by-polls campaign by the Congress and BJP getting bitter by the day, with leaders of both the parties trading charges against each other, the BJP yesterday charged Congress leaders of distributing money to the voters. After getting information that Congress leaders were distributing money to Nanjangud voters at a Kalyana Mantap on…

Ugrappa has no right to criticise Yeddyurappa: Raghu
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Ugrappa has no right to criticise Yeddyurappa: Raghu

Claiming that former CM and State BJP President B.S. Yeddyurappa had earned his way to become a tall politician and a former leader, State BJP Slum Morcha President R. Raghu Kautilya has said that Congress MLC V.S. Ugrappa had no right to criticise B.S. Yeddyurappa. In a press release, Raghu Kautilya accusing Ugrappa of being…

Election officials seize 50 vehicles belonging to Congress, BJP
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Election officials seize 50 vehicles belonging to Congress, BJP

Election officials yesterday seized more than 50 vehicles belonging to Congress and BJP leaders which were used for Gundlupet by-poll public campaign without permission. The vehicles seized included that of youth Congress leader Dr. Yatindra, son of Chief Minister Siddharamaiah, R. Raghu Kautilya of the BJP, KPCC Organising Secretary, Chamarajanagar ZP Vice-President Basavaraj, Tour Municipality…

Cannot release Cauvery water, Karnataka tells TN officials
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Cannot release Cauvery water, Karnataka tells TN officials

The State Government yesterday expressed its inability to release 3 tmcft of Cauvery water, sought by an official team from Tamil Nadu, to meet the water requirements of people in the Cauvery basin area. Karnataka Chief Secretary Subhash Khuntia expressed helplessness on the grounds that there was severe water shortage in the basin. The available…

‘Dr. P. Gururaja Bhat Award’ for Prof. A.V. Narasimha Murthy
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‘Dr. P. Gururaja Bhat Award’ for Prof. A.V. Narasimha Murthy

Prof. A.V. Narasimha Murthy, Chairman, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (BVB), Mysuru and former Head, Department of Ancient History and Archaeology, University of Mysore, has bagged the prestigious P. Gururaja Bhat Award instituted by Udupi-based Dr. Paduru Gururaja Bhat Memorial Trust. In a press release, the Trust’s Hon. President Prof. P. Sripathi Tantry said that Prof. A.V….

Truckers stir continues
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Truckers stir continues

Even as the indefinite stir launched by Truckers entered the fourth day today, the city residents are yet to feel the pinch as the supply of essential commodities have not been affected. The Mysuru District Lorry Owners Association and host of other Truck and Goods Vehicle Association have called for an indefinite stir demanding roll…

Shop employees protest alleging harassment
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Shop employees protest alleging harassment

Alleging disparity in salaries, leaves and benefits and also harassment to women employees for petty reasons by the management, the employees of Shoppers Stop at Mall of Mysore on M.G. Road, staged a protest by shouting slogans against the Manager yesterday. Speaking to the media, the protesting employees alleged that the Manager was showing disparity…

Man cheats bank of Rs. 40 lakh by creating fake documents
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Man cheats bank of Rs. 40 lakh by creating fake documents

An incident of a man creating fake documents and cheating a bank of Rs. 40 lakh has been reported in city. The conman has been identified as Mansoor Ahmed and a complaint has been lodged at Saraswathipuram Police Station in this regard. It is reported that Mansoor, who had applied for a loan for Rs….

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