Date: July 4th, 2017

Roads within city exempted from highway liquor ban: SC
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Roads within city exempted from highway liquor ban: SC

New Delhi: In a major relief for pubs, bars and restaurants shut down along the State and National Highways, the Supreme Court said that there was nothing wrong with denotifying highways if such roads are within a city. The apex court said this morning the purpose of its ban was to ensure high-speeding vehicles on…

A.H. Vishwanath joins JD(S)
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A.H. Vishwanath joins JD(S)

Bengaluru: Senior Congress leader and  former MP A.H. Vishwanath, today joined JD(S) along with his followers at a function organised at J.P. Bhavan in Bengaluru. JD(S) supremo H.D. Deve Gowda and party State President H.D. Kumaraswamy inducted Vishwanath into the party by presenting him with the party flag. About 10 Congress members and followers of…

It will be a Dasara to remember this year
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It will be a Dasara to remember this year

Mysuru: A host of entertainment activities will be the main attractions in this year’s Dasara and all the events starting from ‘Gajapayana’ will be celebrated in a grand way. In all possibilities, Dasara 2017 will be an awe-inspiring affair after last year’s low-key celebrations due to drought and it looks like the State Government will…

Chaotic traffic on Sayyaji Rao Road, thanks to unruly motorists
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Chaotic traffic on Sayyaji Rao Road, thanks to unruly motorists

Mysuru: It is a free-for-all at Sayyaji Rao Road where motorists, stray cows and pedestrians jostle for space. While stray cows squat on the middle of the road and roam wherever they wish, two-wheelers violate traffic by entering barricades (wherever space is available). Due to this disorderly situation, motorists who go by the rule and…

Engineering student succumbs to fever in city
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Engineering student succumbs to fever in city

Mysuru: An engineering student, who was admitted to a private hospital here following fever, succumbed at the hospital yesterday, after failing to respond to the treatment. The deceased student has been identified as N.M. Hemanth Kumar (23), son of M. Mahadevu, an employee at the Animal Husbandry Joint Director’s office in city and a resident…

Eighty traffic violation cases against engineering student!
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Eighty traffic violation cases against engineering student!

Mysuru: Despite the city Traffic Police creating enough awareness on traffic rules and the ill-effects of violating the same, many motorists do not bother to follow the rules such as wearing helmet, fastening seat belts, not to triple ride, not to overspeed etc. which sometimes have resulted in loss of lives. N.R. Traffic Inspector C….

Due to retire in a month, DDPU trapped while accepting bribe
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Due to retire in a month, DDPU trapped while accepting bribe

Mysuru: The Deputy Director of Pre-University (DDPU) Board, Mysuru, the highest officer of the district for PU Education, was caught red-handed yesterday by Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) sleuths while taking bribe from a private college to renew licence. The officer, Jayaprakash, was supposed to retire this month-end and he had demanded Rupees two-and-a-half-lakh as bribe…

Free health service to every family in the State: Minister
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Free health service to every family in the State: Minister

Bengaluru: Posing a challenge to the burgeoning private hospitals in the State, after tabling the Bill — The Karnataka Private Medical Establishments (Amendment) Bill, the State Government is planning to come out with a Health Card within three days, for all the families in the State, irrespective of their financial status. The only criteria for…

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