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Student’s suspected dengue death triggers protest
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Student’s suspected dengue death triggers protest

Mysuru: A student of Maharani’s College died of suspected dengue yesterday triggering protests from students who said that they were forced to live at the college hostel that was poorly maintained. The victim has been identified as 20-year-old Sanchitha S. Aradhya, a second B.Sc student and daughter of Shanthakumar, a resident of Periyapatna. She was…

Centre bans sale of cows for slaughter; restricts cattle trade
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Centre bans sale of cows for slaughter; restricts cattle trade

New Delhi: The Union Environment Ministry yesterday modified the animal cruelty rules, making it mandatory to ensure the cattle are not bought or sold with a purpose of slaughtering. As the Ministry notified the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules-2017, it asserted that the aim is to regulate animal market and…

We will resolve differences in JD(S) through talks: MLA S.R. Mahesh
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We will resolve differences in JD(S) through talks: MLA S.R. Mahesh

Mysuru: Admitting that there were differences in Mysuru District JD(S), K.R. Nagar MLA S.R. Mahesh has said that all differences will be resolved through meetings to take place after June 16. Speaking to SOM over phone yesterday, S.R. Mahesh said that Chamundeshwari MLA G.T. Devegowda was a senior leader of the party and party had…

Supercop KPS Gill, who curbed Punjab militancy, dead at 82
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Supercop KPS Gill, who curbed Punjab militancy, dead at 82

New Delhi: ‘Supercop’ former Punjab DGP Kanwar Pal Singh Gill died yesterday at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi. He was 82. He had been recovering from peritonitis but died of sudden cardiac arrest due to cardiac arrhythmia. Doctors at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital said KPS Gill was suffering from end stage kidney failure…

Rush for Govt. Residential School admissions
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Rush for Govt. Residential School admissions

Mysuru: Hundreds of parents and children took part in the counselling for admissions to the Government-run Residential Schools for Backward Communities in city yesterday. The counselling was conducted at Babu Jagajeevan Ram Bhavan on Adi Pampa Road. The District Administration and the Social Welfare Department had organised counselling for students who wish to study in…

PU Board to discontinue combinations of less takers
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PU Board to discontinue combinations of less takers

Bengaluru: The Department of Pre-University Education has decided to discontinue the combinations which do not attract the required number of students. According to guidelines of the PU Board, the combinations which do not have the required number of students for three year in aggregate,  such courses would not be allowed to continue in the colleges….

Rotarian, PDG Col. Chengappa’s 100th birthday celebrated
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Rotarian, PDG Col. Chengappa’s 100th birthday celebrated

Parliamentarians get two salaries, life-long pension, human values lost, lack of medical attention for poor: Justice Santosh Hegde Mysuru: Celebrating the birthday of a person who has turned 100 is very special and unique. To be a part of this once-in-a-life time event is very rare and privileged. The Rotary Club of Mysore West created…

Mysuru to host first Literary Fest on June 18
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Mysuru to host first Literary Fest on June 18

Mysuru: The Literary Fests are the happening events today in many big cities’ calendar. It all began with the Jaipur Literature Festival started in 2006 with just 30 writers, is the biggest festival today. The other festivals that followed include the Kolkata Literature Festival, Hyderabad Literary Festival, Tata Literature Live, Ooty Literary Festival and Bangalore…

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