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Plea to clear stagnant water in Lakshmipuram
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Plea to clear stagnant water in Lakshmipuram

Water has become stagnant due to blockages in a drain in front of House No. 967, near Vijaya Bank on JLB Road which is emanating unbearable stench since a few days. Authorities concerned are urged to take steps to get the drains cleared and also prevent further blockages.

Manhole posing danger near JSS Hospital
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Manhole posing danger near JSS Hospital

The manhole located on the 4th Cross near JSS Hospital, next to Sepoy Grande Hotel, is posing danger to the public especially for motorists as the manhole and its surrounding is in a very bad condition. Authorities concerned are urged to take steps to repair the same at the earliest.

Stop burning garbage near JSS Law College
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Stop burning garbage near JSS Law College

Garbage that is collected and piled up near JSS Law College, next to Bandanthamma Temple in Kuvempunagar, is causing a lot of problems to the public and the residents living in the surroundings as they have to inhale the smoke emanating from the heap which is being set on fire daily. Authorities concerned are urged…

Replace defunct street-lights at Ghousia Nagar
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Replace defunct street-lights at Ghousia Nagar

Most of the street-lights on Sultan Road in Ghousia Nagar have become defunct plunging parts of the road into darkness during nights which is causing a lot of inconvenience to the residents and the public. Residents say that the street-lights are not working since a week and despite complaints, no action has been taken to…

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Mysuru boy Harshal dies of chemical burns

A 14-year-old boy died of burns sustained in an open field at Shyadanahalli near Belavatha on the city outskirts. The incident occurred on Apr. 13 when the boy got stuck in loose soil at a vacant plot that was used to dump chemicals illegally. The soil had a high concentration of chemicals. The victim has…

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You Can’t Stop Me…

A series of photos of a wild elephant scaling an ‘elephant-proof’ rail barricade placed at Veerahosanahalli in Nagarahole National Park went viral on social media yesterday. Though the barricades were erected to prevent elephants from crossing over to human habitations, this lone tusker was up to the challenge.

NIE Men’s kho-kho team emerges runner-up
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NIE Men’s kho-kho team emerges runner-up

The NIE men’s kho-kho team, who emerged runners-up in the VTU Inter-collegiate Mysuru Zone Kho-Kho Championship 2017-18,organised by BGSIT, BG Nagar recently are seen with (sitting from left) H.B. Jeevan (Captain), Physical Education Director Shankaranarayana, Principal and CEO Dr. G.L. Shekar, Assistant Physical Education Director R. Kavya and Vice-Captain Madan Kumar. (Standing from left) C.M….

Dance contest prize winners
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Dance contest prize winners

Parash (extreme right), an 8th sem Computer Science and Engineering student at MIT, Mysuru, who has bagged first prize in Western Dance (solo & couple) at ‘VIDYUTH 2017’ organised by Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering (VVCE) and M. Dheeraj Kumar (ISE), 8th sem at MIT, are seen receiving the prize from VVCE Principal Dr. B. Sadashive…

Charismatic performance by children at ‘Chiguru Sanje’
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Charismatic performance by children at ‘Chiguru Sanje’

Dr. Vasundhara Doraswamy, Director, Vasundhara Performing Arts Centre (VPAC), flanked by K.V. Murthy, President, VPAC and Prof. S. Ramprasad, President, Karnataka Mukthaka Academy Trust, seen lighting the lamp during the inauguration of Chiguru Sanje-2017 classical dance extravaganza at Jaganmohan Palace Auditorium in city last evening. Picture above shows tiny-tots performing on the occasion. Chiguru Sanje-2017…

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