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Winners of Inter-Polytechnic Quiz and ‘Do-It-Yourself 2017’ Expo
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Winners of Inter-Polytechnic Quiz and ‘Do-It-Yourself 2017’ Expo

Alumni Association of JSS Polytechnic for the Differently Abled (JSSPDA) had organised an Inter-Polytechnic Quiz Competition at its premises here recently. Nanjundaswamy, President of the Association and Principal of the Institution, appreciated the efforts of the Association in organising such innovative events. He emphasised the need for more participation from various Polytechnics. He also highlighted…

Talk on ‘Concrete’ held
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Talk on ‘Concrete’ held

The Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (ACCE), Mysuru Centre, had organised a talk on ‘Concrete’ for its members at Sir MV Auditorium in The National Institute of Engineering (NIE) premises here recently. On the occasion, Dr. R.V. Ranganath, Professor of Civil Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Bengaluru, spoke on the topic ‘Modern Concrete: Changing Paradigms.’…

Prof. M. Krishnegowda’s book released
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Prof. M. Krishnegowda’s book released

Suttur Seer Sri Shivaratri Deshikendra Swamiji released Jalada Kannu, a collection of the city’s noted humorist Prof. Krishnegowda’s column, at Prof. M. Krishnegowda Avarandige Ondu Dina-Haadu-Harate-Maatu-Manaranjane programme organised by Prof. M. Krishnegowda Hithaishigala Balaga at Chetan Garden, Golf Club road, behind Windflower Resorts and Spa here yesterday. Speaking on the occasion, Sri Deshikendra Swamiji said…

Inculcate reading habit: Sri Veeryasheela Bantheji advices youth
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Inculcate reading habit: Sri Veeryasheela Bantheji advices youth

 Bouddha Sahitya Sangha had organised a function at  Rotary Hall on JLB Road here yesterday to mark its annual General Body Meeting and  release of the book Vishwa Prasiddha Bharathada Bouddha Smarakegalu  written by Mahadeva Kumar P. Managath. Releasing the book Sri Veeryasheela Bantheji of Vishwa Mythri Buddha Vihar advised youth to inculcate reading habit…

Civilian Rifle Training camp concludes
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Civilian Rifle Training camp concludes

The week-long Civilian Rifle Training Camp organised by the Mysuru City Police, concluded here on Sunday. A total of 37 civilians attended the camp. The City Co-operative Bank Director and Congress leader Dhruvaraj bagged the top place in the camp, while Mohit R. Bekal came second and Arjun Shenoy third. The successful participants of the…

Selected for International-level World Cup Rhyme Contest
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Selected for International-level World Cup Rhyme Contest

Four students of Sanskar Patshala Pre-school, V.V. Mohalla — Vibha P. Ravindra, Avani Bhat, Shravan Vivek and Yuktha Janardhan — who  participated in the World Cup Rhyme Contest-2017, were selected at city-level and rewarded as Best Performers. Among them, Shravan Vivek was qualified as the 1st Runner-up for National-level contest held at Bengaluru where he…

Five dacoits arrested; lethal weapons seized
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Five dacoits arrested; lethal weapons seized

Arakere Police have arrested five dacoits who were waiting on the highway near Chikkankanahali village to commit the crime on Saturday night. The arrested have been identified as Chethu, Manu and Madhu of Cheeranahalli and Chethu and Abhi of KRS. The Police are said to have seized a machete, wicket, sticks and chilly powder from…

Yogi Adityanath sworn in as UP CM
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Yogi Adityanath sworn in as UP CM

Yogi Adityanath, a five-time BJP Member of Parliament from Gorakhpur and the head priest of the Goraknath temple in his constituency, took oath as Uttar Pradesh’s new Chief Minister this afternoon along with two Deputy Chief Ministers and other members of his Cabinet.  The 44-year-old MP was yesterday unanimously elected by the BJP Legislature Party…

Mysuru-Madikeri traffic disrupted
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Mysuru-Madikeri traffic disrupted

Normal life came to a standstill in Kushalnagar in Kodagu district this morning following the dawn-to-dusk bandh called by the ‘Cauvery Taluk Rachana Horata Samiti’ demanding taluk status for Kushalnagar. As of now, Kushalnagar comes under Somwarpet Taluk and it has been a long-pending demand of Kushalnagar residents for a separate Taluk. The bandh was…

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