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Hospital contract workers stage demonstration
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Hospital contract workers stage demonstration

Mysuru: Contract workers at Hospitals, under the banner of Karnataka Rajya Horaguttige Karmikara Okkoota, staged a demonstration in front of the DHO office at Nazarbad yesterday, demanding minimum wages for non-clinical workers at Government Hospitals. Claiming that more than 100 non-clinical workers such as ayah, sweepers, lab workers etc., serving at taluk hospitals and Primary…

Annual General Body Meetings
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Annual General Body Meetings

Mysuru: The Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of Mysuru-Chamarajanagar District Retired Police Officers Association will be held at 10.30 am on June 25 (Sunday) at Police Bhavan on Lalitha Mahal Road. IGP (Southern Range) Vipul Kumar will inaugurate the AGM. City Police Commissioner Dr. A. Subrahmanyeswara Rao, Mysuru SP Ravi D. Channannavar, Chamarajanagar SP Dharmendra…

Minor’s kidnap: Accused arrested
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Minor’s kidnap: Accused arrested

Mysuru: A man has been arrested by the Mysuru South Police on charges of kidnapping and marrying a minor girl. He has been identified as Sagar. According to Inspector Jayaprakash, Sagar had kidnapped the minor girl on June 20 from Sathagalli Bus Stand. He later took her to Bengaluru and married her at a temple….

Youth stabbed for trivial reason
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Youth stabbed for trivial reason

Mysuru: A youth was stabbed by another youth for a trivial reason at Lakshmipuram in city on June 22. The stabbed youth has been identified as 23-year-old Vivek, a resident of Ashokpuram. He has been admitted to a private hospital on Narayan Shastry Road. According to the Police and Vivek, one Kumar stabbed him for…

Two persons go missing from city
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Two persons go missing from city

Mysuru: Adding to the growing list of people going missing in city, two persons have been reported missing in separate incidents. In the first incident, 21-year-old Sugan, who left his house in Bogadi after having dinner on May 29 at about 9 pm, has been reported missing since then. Sugan is 5 ft. tall, normal…

Calling merit students
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Calling merit students

Mysuru: City’s Yoginarayana Banajiga (Balija) Sangha (along with its youth wing-Sri Yoginarayana Banajiga Yuvaka Sangha) has invited applications from meritorious community students who have scored high marks in SSLC and PUC (2016-17) for presentation of Pratibha Puraskar. Community students from Mysuru, Mandya and Chamarajanagar districts can apply before July 25. For more details visit the…

Vishwanath Quits Cong.
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Vishwanath Quits Cong.

Bengaluru: Senior Congress leader and former Mysuru-Kodagu MP Adagur H. Vishwanath, who was mulling quitting Congress for some time now, has finally resigned from the primary membership of the party. Participating in an interaction with reporters organised by the Bangalore Reporters Guild at the Bengaluru Press Club this morning, Vishwanath, who is also a former…

International Yoga Day: Mysuru loses out on Guinness Record
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International Yoga Day: Mysuru loses out on Guinness Record

Mysuru: Despite the best efforts of the District Administration, the city lost out to Ahmedabad in entering the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest gathering at a single venue during the International Day of Yoga on June 21. The June 21 yoga show at Ahmedabad’s GMDC Stadium saw an official attendance of 54,522…

Vani Vilas Water Works stinks !
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Vani Vilas Water Works stinks !

Mysuru: There is scare of dengue fever in city, though the Government is consistently denying it. The surrounding of houses should be kept clean without allowing water to stagnate. The Corporation officials and people’s representatives are trying to bring about awareness. However, it is surprising to see that under the very nose of the Mysuru…

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