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Swine flu: 27 tested positive, 1 dead
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Swine flu: 27 tested positive, 1 dead

Mysuru has seen a spike in the number of people testing positive for the deadly swine flu (H1N1) this year. Out of the 78 suspected blood samples tested in the district from Jan. 1, 2017 to Feb. 20, twenty-seven have tested positive and one death has been reported so far. It may be recalled that…

MICAns triumph at Management and Cultural Fests
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MICAns triumph at Management and Cultural Fests

For the third consecutive year MICA – Mysore Institute of Commerce and Arts emerged as the overall championships at Antarprerana IT, Media and Management Fest conducted by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Mysuru.  Ramkumar and Nayan bagged 1st place in HR, Suraj Rao, Skanda and Srinidhi stood 1st in Marketing, Nayana Bharadwaj, Tania Rebecca and Priyanka Paridha…

Sri Swamiji releases Geetamruta Vahini
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Sri Swamiji releases Geetamruta Vahini

Yakshagana ‘Sri Krishnaleele-Kamsavadhe’ staged The 7th edition of the book ‘Geetamruta Vahini,’ authored by Dr. Bellipadi Satish Rai, was released at a programme at Nadamantapa in Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Ashrama premises here yesterday. The programme was organised under the aegis of Bellipadi Yaksha Samskruthika Trust. Speaking after releasing the book, Avadhoota Datta Peetham Founder Pontiff…

Special achiever Sabitha Monis to launch ‘Bhandavya’ in city
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Special achiever Sabitha Monis to launch ‘Bhandavya’ in city

A sports event for special kids on Feb. 26 ‘Bhandavya- 2017,’ a sports competition for intellectually challenged, has been organised at Oval Grounds in city on Feb. 26 by Rotary Mysore Midtown, in association with Special Olympics Bharat, Karnataka (SOBK). The event will be inaugurated at 9.30 am on that day by Sabitha Monis, a…

Antarprerana-17: IT, Media & Management Fest at Amrita
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Antarprerana-17: IT, Media & Management Fest at Amrita

Mysore Institute of Commerce and Arts bags Overall Championship Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Mysuru campus, celebrated the valedictory of Antarprerana-17, an IT, Media and Management Fest at its premises in Bogadi 2nd Stage on Feb.18. The two-day Fest was aimed at providing a learning platform for the participating students to hone their essential skills beyond academics…

Woman goes missing
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Woman goes missing

Adding to the list of people going missing in and around Mysuru, a woman has been reported missing from Varuna Police limits in the taluk. The missing woman has been identified as Roopa, wife of Mahendra and a resident of Devalapura village in the taluk. Roopa, who left the house on Feb. 19 after her…

Protests galore in city
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Protests galore in city

Urging for the fulfilment of their demands, various organisations staged separate protests     in city yesterday. Bahujan Samajawadi Party (BSP): Condemning the Supreme Court judgment that said that there is no need for reservation in promotion for SC/ST Government employees, the members of BSP staged a protest near Deputy Commissioner’s (DC) office here and urged the…

Dance and music concerts at Nadabrahma on Feb. 25
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Dance and music concerts at Nadabrahma on Feb. 25

Nadabrahma Sangeeta Sabha will bring two more programmes this February. On the 25th of this month at 6 pm, Mithra Naveen, a dancer from Mysuru, will present ‘Nartana Samarpana’ with her troupe. ‘Nartana Samarpana’ is a journey of Bhakti through Bharathanatya. With her husband Naveen, a vocalist, Mithra has started ‘ Nadavidyalaya’, an institution that…

Workshop on ‘Organic Farming’
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Workshop on ‘Organic Farming’

Plant Clinic, Department of Studies in Botany, Manasagangothri, has organised ‘A  Day with Farmers’ workshop on ‘Organic Farming’ at its Linnaeus Hall on Mar. 3 at 10.30 am. A.H. Jayaram, Director, Green Path, Shivamogga, will talk on ‘Organic Farming: Prospects and Challenges.’ Dr. C. Govindraju, Senior Farm Superintendent, Organic Farming Extension Centre, Naganahalli will address…

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