Date: April 17th, 2017

Spot cordoned off; Section 144 imposed; scientists to probe
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Spot cordoned off; Section 144 imposed; scientists to probe

Mysuru – A team of senior scientists from the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board, Bengaluru, specialists from Forensic Science Laboratory in Bengaluru, scientists from CFTRI in Mysuru, officials from the Department of Mines and Geology, Fire Service Department and local Pollution Control Board officials will probe the cause of fire at Shyadanahalli near Belavatha on…

Waste dumped from RBI Note Press took Harshal’s life: HDK
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Waste dumped from RBI Note Press took Harshal’s life: HDK

Mangaluru – State JD(S) President and former CM H.D. Kumaraswamy has alleged that the waste dumped by the Bharatiya Reserve Bank Note Mudranalaya at Shyadanahalli near Belavatha caused the death of Harshal. Speaking to reporters in Mangaluru this morning, Kumaraswamy said that the RBI Note Press uses various inks and chemicals to produce currency notes….

BJP will pursue ‘Mission-150’: B.S.Yeddyurappa
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BJP will pursue ‘Mission-150’: B.S.Yeddyurappa

Mysuru – Maintaining that there was no change whatsoever in BJP’s pursuit of ‘Mission-150’ following the party’s defeat in Nanjangud and Gundlupet by-polls, State BJP President B.S. Yeddyurappa asserted that the Party would win the 2018 Assembly Polls and form the Government in the State. Speaking to press persons here this morning en route to…

District Minister holds drought review meeting
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District Minister holds drought review meeting

Mysuru – District in-Charge Minister Dr. H.C. Mahadevappa chaired a drought review meeting at the Deputy Commissioner’s office here this morning. Addressing the meeting, Dr. Mahadevappa said that Chief Minister Siddharamaiah will chair the District KDP (Karnataka Development Project) meeting in the first week of May and asked the officials to be fully prepared for…

KHB sites to beneficiaries through draw of lots
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KHB sites to beneficiaries through draw of lots

Mysuru – The Karnataka Housing Board (KHB) distributed a total of 1,675 sites to the beneficiaries at a function held at Karnataka Exhibition Authority (KEA) premises this morning. Speaking to Star of Mysore, KHB AEE Somashekar said that the beneficiaries were selected through draw of lots and were handed over the allotment letter. Today, the…

Mysore Varsity to hold English coaching classes for guest faculties
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Mysore Varsity to hold English coaching classes for guest faculties

Mysuru – To enhance the quality of English teaching among guest faculties of University of Mysore, the University is starting English coaching classes from next month. The University has received complaints from students, especially from foreign students that some of the faculties teach in Kannada and it has become a problem for them to understand…

Rain uproots 2 trees on Valmiki Road and Nazarbad
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Rain uproots 2 trees on Valmiki Road and Nazarbad

Mysuru – Parts of city received good rainfall yesterday, cooling down the soaring temperatures. According to Meteorological Department, temperatures might come down for the next two days as the weather forecast indicates that it will have a partly cloudy sky with a spell of rain or showers. It began raining at around 6.45 pm and…

Hectic lobbying for KPCC President’s post
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Hectic lobbying for KPCC President’s post

Bengaluru  – With the Congress High Command keen on replacing KPCC President Dr. G. Parameshwara, hectic lobbying has begun in the Congress for the post. Ministers M.B. Patil, D.K. Shivakumar and senior leader S.R. Patil are said to be in the race for the post while the incumbent KPCC chief Dr. Parameshwara too is trying…

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