Date: June 9th, 2017

Mysore Varsity to be renamed after Nalwadi
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Mysore Varsity to be renamed after Nalwadi

Mysuru: The century-old University of Mysore (UoM) will soon be renamed as ‘Nalwadi Krishnaraja Wadiyar Mysore University,’ said UoM Acting Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dayananda Mane, during Sri Nalwadi Krishnaraja Wadiyar birth anniversary celebrations, organised by the University at Crawford Hall here this morning. Prof. Mane was replying to the suggestion of Dr. C.S. Dwarkanath, Advocate of…

Pramoda Devi moves HC on alienation of land
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Pramoda Devi moves HC on alienation of land

Bengaluru: Pramoda Devi Wadiyar, wife of late Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar, has approached the High Court seeking quashing of the lower court orders not to alienate the land adjacent to the Regency Theatre, Mysuru. A sessions court in Bengaluru has passed an injunction order against Pramoda Devi asking her not to alienate the property. However, she…

No dengue deaths in Mysuru, claims DHO
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No dengue deaths in Mysuru, claims DHO

Mysuru: There is no single death in Mysuru due to dengue since 2014, said District Health Officer Dr. B. Basavaraju. He was addressing reporters at a press conference in city this morning. “Since 2014, no single death has been reported due to dengue and people need not panic as we have taken measures to combat…

IAS officer Anurag Tiwari’s mysterious death: Govt. should clear Tiwari family’s doubts: BJP stages dharna in Assembly
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IAS officer Anurag Tiwari’s mysterious death: Govt. should clear Tiwari family’s doubts: BJP stages dharna in Assembly

Bengaluru: The BJP staged a dharna in the Assembly yesterday demanding that the Government clear the doubts raised by IAS officer Anurag Tiwari’s family regarding his mysterious death. As soon as the Session began, the Opposition Leader Jagadish Shettar and a few others raised the issue and demanded that the death of Tiwari be allowed…

Absence of Ministers, officials: BJP, JD(S) take Govt. to task
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Absence of Ministers, officials: BJP, JD(S) take Govt. to task

Bengaluru: The BJP and JD(S) members took the Government to task regarding the absence of the Ministers and the officials when serious discussions were taking place with respect to their departments. BJP members Govind Karjol, Basavaraj Bommai, Lakshman  Savadi, JD(S) members K. M. Shivalinge Gowda and others took serious objection when they saw the visible…

Expert team visits KRS Dam, oversees restoration works
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Expert team visits KRS Dam, oversees restoration works

Mysuru: An expert team comprising a representative from the World Bank, Central Water Commission and State Planning Supervisory Committee visited the Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam on Wednesday for an inspection of the ongoing repair and  restoration works. The team was led by Edward Flint of the World Bank and it inspected the first phase…

Talacauvery, Bhagamandala bandh over eco-sensitive tag
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Talacauvery, Bhagamandala bandh over eco-sensitive tag

Madikeri: Normal life in the temple town of Bhagamandala and Talacauvery, the birthplace of River Cauvery, came to a grinding halt this morning following a bandh declared by residents and the public opposing the declaration of Talacauvery as eco-sensitive area. The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change issued a draft notification declaring Talacauvery sanctuary,…

Prices of petrol, diesel to change daily from June 16
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Prices of petrol, diesel to change daily from June 16

Mysuru: The ‘dynamic’ daily pricing of fuel that had been introduced as a pilot project in a few cities in the country from May 1, will come into effect in the whole country from June 16. The consumers throughout the country will pay a different price for petrol and diesel every day, according to the…

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