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Students make it to Guinness Records
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Students make it to Guinness Records

Form largest human image of foot of Maharshi Poojyapada As many as 1,290 students of 11 colleges in the district formed the largest human image of the right foot of Maharshi Poojyapada, during the Athishaya Mahotsava recently, at Srikshetra Kanakagiri in the taluk and made it to Guinness World Records. The feat was achieved on…

City dancers perform at Ch. Nagar Gharana
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City dancers perform at Ch. Nagar Gharana

Bhuvan V. Hegde, a student of Lasyaranjana Nrutya Shale, Ramakrishnanagar, and a disciple of Vidushi Jyothi N. Hegde and R. Pavankumar of Nandini Nrutyalaya, Mysuru and a disciple of Kannan, presented a Bharatanayam programme at Chamarajanagar during the Natarajothsava organised by Sri Sharada Pradarshaka Kalegala Prathistana recently. On the occasion, Vidushi Jyothi N. Hegde was…

Forest officials rescue female elephant
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Forest officials rescue female elephant

The forest officials this morning rescued a female elephant which was stuck in Krishnaiahna Katte tank slush at BRT Tiger Reserve located near Yelandur in  Chamarajanagar. Forest officials said that a herd of six elephants had come to the tank to quench their thirst during which one of the elephants got stuck in the slush….

New Additional SP for Ch’Nagar
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New Additional SP for Ch’Nagar

Geetha Prasanna will take charge as the new Additional SP of Chamarajanagar today. A 2008 batch KSPS Officer, she previously worked as the Principal, Police Training School, located at Danisandra in Bengaluru. She is the first woman Additional SP of Chamarajanagar after it was declared as a district. Geetha Prasanna is the wife of Dr….

Renovation: B.R. Hills Temple to be shut for 2 years after Mar.17
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Renovation: B.R. Hills Temple to be shut for 2 years after Mar.17

 The historical Biligiri Ranganathaswamy Temple atop B.R. Hills in Yelandur taluk of Chamarajanagar district will be shut for two years for carrying out renovation works. The Temple authorities have decided to shut the Temple for devotees after the 3-day special rituals that concludes on Mar.17. The hill temple, which has a history of over 500…

Ch’Nagar Dodda Ratha set ablaze: Accused confesses to crime
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Ch’Nagar Dodda Ratha set ablaze: Accused confesses to crime

 Chamarajanagar Police have arrested Mohan Kumar, 32, of Upparabeedhi, a bar-bender by profession who is accused in setting ablaze the ‘Dodda Ratha’ of Sri Chamarajeshwara Temple recently. Disclosing this at a press meet here on Thursday, SP Kuldeep Kumar R. Jain said that the Temple Executive Officer Manjesh had filed a complaint before the Town…

One held for setting ablaze  Chamarajeshwara Chariot
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One held for setting ablaze Chamarajeshwara Chariot

Based on footages of CCTV cameras installed at the nearby Bharatiya Co-operative Bank, Chamarajanagar Police yesterday arrested one person in connection with the incident of setting the ‘Dodda Ratha’ (chariot) of the historic Sri Chamarajeshwara Swamy Temple on fire on the night of Feb.18. It is reported that Police, who took serious note of the…

Chamarajanagar bandh evokes good response
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Chamarajanagar bandh evokes good response

Hundreds take out mammoth rally  The bandh call given by Sri Chamarajeshwara Bhakta Mandali and several other organisations today condemning the incident of setting the ‘Dodda Ratha’ (car) of the famous Chamarajeshwara Temple on fire by a group of unidentified persons late on Saturday night, evoked good response with shops, commercial establishments, petrol bunks and…

Miscreants set fire to ‘Dodda Ratha’ in Chamarajanagar
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Miscreants set fire to ‘Dodda Ratha’ in Chamarajanagar

The ‘Dodda Ratha,’ stationed in front of the famous Chamarajeshwara Temple here, was partially damaged when a few miscreants allegedly set fire to the ‘Ratha’ late last night. The ‘Dodda Ratha’ is said to be the lead chariot in the ‘Rathotsava’ being organised every year in July. The fire on the ‘Ratha’ was noticed by…

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