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NANJANGUD BY-ELECTION: Surprise checks on poll freebies
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NANJANGUD BY-ELECTION: Surprise checks on poll freebies

DG&IGP reviews poll security; DC asks officials to conduct night raids Director General and Inspector General of Police Rupak Kumar Dutta visited Nanjangud constituency this afternoon to take stock of the law and order situation and the security arrangements that have been made for the forthcoming by-election on April 9. In another meeting held at…

SSLC exam begins
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SSLC exam begins

Over 39,323 students in Mysuru appeared for the SSLC examinations which began throughout the State this morning. The Department of Public Instructions (DPI) has set up 134 exam centres throughout the district for 19,831 boys and 19,492 girls. DDPI H.R. Basappa and Zilla Panchayat CEO P. Shivashankar visited various schools overseeing the arrangements. Flying squads…

Lorry strike from tonight: Transportation to be badly hit
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Lorry strike from tonight: Transportation to be badly hit

Transportation of goods is likely to be hit severely with lorry owners going ahead with their proposed strike from midnight today. The lorry owners are strongly opposing the steep hike in insurance premium for lorries and the move to scrap lorries older than 15 years along with other pending demands. Speaking to SOM this morning,…

Lok Sabha passes all four GST Bills
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Lok Sabha passes all four GST Bills

India moved a step closer to becoming a unified market in line with the federalist vision of the architects of its Constitution with the passage of the GST Bill in the Parliament yesterday, which extends pan-India except to Jammu and Kashmir for now. Jammu and Kashmir will need to pass all four bills in its…

Pensioner-Form 15G or 15H
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Pensioner-Form 15G or 15H

The pension received in the hands of the pensioners is taxable under the Income-Tax Act, 1961. The pensioner whose income after allowing certain deductions, exemptions or allowances or set-off of certain loss as per the provisions of the Act crosses rupees two lakh fifty thousand up to the age of 60 years, rupees three lakh…

Accident victim succumbs to injuries at hospital
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Accident victim succumbs to injuries at hospital

Harshith (18), son of Ravi Kumar, a X-Ray Technician at K.R. Hospital and a resident of Gejjagalli village in the taluk, who was admitted to a private hospital in city following serious head injuries after he rammed the car into a parked lorry near Madashettypura Gate on T. Narasipur Ring Road on Mar. 28 at…

Farmer’s suicide: KRRS stages protest
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Farmer’s suicide: KRRS stages protest

Farmers demand Rs. 50 lakh compensation; DC assures of taking action after by-poll Holding the Police responsible for the death of farmer Nagesh (30) of Kaggaladahundi  village in Gundlupet taluk, who consumed poison at Terakanambi Police Station on Mar. 24 and breathed his last at K.R. Hospital in Mysuru on Mar. 26, activists of KRRS…

Water leakage: Residents vent out their ire against official apathy
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Water leakage: Residents vent out their ire against official apathy

Venting out their ire against the apathy of officials who have failed to repair the damaged pipeline along Chamundi Vihar Stadium, which has been leaking for over 3 months, local residents led by BJP leader and Kautilya Educational Institutions Chairman R. Raghu, staged a demonstration near the spot on Monday urging the authorities to act…

Robo-Rikishi-2017 wrestling competition held at NIE
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Robo-Rikishi-2017 wrestling competition held at NIE

The second State-level Robo Wrestling competition “ROBO-RIKISHI-2017”, sponsored by Technical Education Quality Improvement Program TEQIP-II was organised by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, NIE, recently. Dr. Sreekanta Gupta, Principal Consultant, Infosys Technologies, Mysuru, who inaugurated the event, spoke about how practical skills would improve the quality of education. He insisted upon bringing more project based…

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