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Contract, daily-wage Pourakarmikas seek regularisation of jobs
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Contract, daily-wage Pourakarmikas seek regularisation of jobs

Mysuru: In response to the State-wide protest call, hundreds of Pourakarmikas, under the joint banner of Karnataka Rajya Nagarapalike, Nagarasabhe, Purasabhegala Pourakarmikara Maha Sangha, MCC Regular and Contract Pourakarmikas Association and MCC Contract Pourakarmikas Association, staged a demonstration in front of the DC’s office here this morning seeking fulfilment of their long standing demands, which…

Urban Development Secretary holds review meeting
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Urban Development Secretary holds review meeting

Mysuru: Urban Development Department Secretary V. Ponnuraj conducted Mysuru city and rural drinking water supply review meeting at the Deputy Commissioner’s office here this morning. The meeting, which was held in detail, discussed about the number of sources and quantity of water being supplied to city, steps being taken to measure the quantity of water…

Mayor, MCC team inspect Kabini water supply unit in Bidaragodu
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Mayor, MCC team inspect Kabini water supply unit in Bidaragodu

Mysuru: A team from the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC), led by Mayor M.J. Ravikumar and MCC Commissioner G. Jagadeesha, visited the Kabini water supply unit at Bidaragodu, located on the banks of Kapila River yesterday and inspected the jackwells. Speaking after inspecting the unit, the Mayor said that they have requested the MUDA authorities to…

‘Approach Lok Adalat’: District Consumer Information Centre advises housing beneficiaries
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‘Approach Lok Adalat’: District Consumer Information Centre advises housing beneficiaries

Mysuru: The District Consumer Information Centre has advised the beneficiaries of Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Scheme, who have been denied civic amenities by the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) to approach the permanent Lok Adalat Court here for getting justice. Addressing a press meet here yesterday, the Centre President H.R. Sundareshan said that the beneficiaries of…

CET results postponed: Delay in Class 12 CBSE, ISC exam results
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CET results postponed: Delay in Class 12 CBSE, ISC exam results

Bengaluru: Following the delay in Class 12 Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Exam results across the country, the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has decided to postpone the announcement of the Common Entrance Test (CET) results. Sources in the KEA said that the CET results, which were to be…

Public auction of old vehicle spare-parts
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Public auction of old vehicle spare-parts

Mysuru: Old tyres, tubes, metal spare-parts, empty oil barrels, burnt oil and other old materials, belonging to the office of the City Police Commissionerate, will be auctioned at the CAR Ground behind Race Course at 11 am on May 30. The tenders must be submitted before May 27. For details, visit the City Police Commissioner’s…

DC office walkie-talkies become dysfunctional
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DC office walkie-talkies become dysfunctional

Mysuru: Although the wireless and walkie-talkie systems which facilitated an instant communication link between the District and Taluk Administrations in times of crisis have gone dysfunctional for over an year, the authorities seem to be least bothered to get the vital communication system back on track. The wireless and walkie-talkie systems at the Control Room…

Snake Shyam captures Trinket snake, releases into forest
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Snake Shyam captures Trinket snake, releases into forest

Mysuru: City’s well-known snake rescuer and wildlife conservationist, Snake Shyam, caught a Trinket Snake at a house in Manti village in the outskirts of city here yesterday. The snake, which was first seen near the sump of the house, entered into the sump as soon as people began to crowd the place. The residents soon…

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