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13 injured in Truck-KSRTC bus collision
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13 injured in Truck-KSRTC bus collision

A collision between a truck and a KSRTC bus at about 12.15 am near Columbia Asia Hospital Signal on Mysuru-Bengaluru highway in city has left 13 persons injured. The injured who are undergoing treatment at Columbia Asia Hospital here are identified as bus driver Madegowda, truck driver Kamalesh, passengers Narasimhamurthy, Niaz Pasha, Ravichandra, Thyagaraja and…

2 killed as car crashes into KSRTC bus
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2 killed as car crashes into KSRTC bus

An 11-year-old boy and a 37-year-old man were killed on the spot when the car in which they were travelling towards Bengaluru rammed against a KSRTC bus in Srirangapatna town this morning. While two persons, who were also travelling in the car, sustained grievous injuries, one person escaped with minor injuries. The incident occurred at…

Free bus facility for II PUC students
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Free bus facility for II PUC students

The State Government has provided free KSRTC bus services to students appearing for the ongoing Second PUC examinations. Realising that several rural students are facing a lot of difficulty in reaching exam centres on time in rural belts, the Government has ordered immediate implementation of the facility. Students travelling in buses must produce their hall…

Woes of a bus passenger
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Woes of a bus passenger

Sir, I would like to draw the attention of the authorities concerned  towards the difficulties faced by the aged passengers who are alighting from the long distance buses at Mysuru. In the absence of any parking area adjacent to the alighting gate, aged passengers have to walk a long distance through busy traffic road to…

Run over by KSRTC bus, biker killed
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Run over by KSRTC bus, biker killed

In a tragic incident, a 53-year-old man, who was returning home on a bike after attending the last rites of a relative was killed on the spot when a KSRTC bus ran over his bike at the Hinkal junction of the Outer Ring Road yesterday afternoon. The victim has been identified as Ramanna, resident of…

Yallappa Baalappa Honnur
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Yallappa Baalappa Honnur

Yallappa Baalappa Honnur (42), a driver at Mysuru KSRTC Rural Division (Depot-2), passed away at Honnur village in Gokak taluk, following heart attack. He leaves behind his wife, a son, daughter and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at Honnur yesterday evening, according to family sources.

Woman charred to death as KSRTC bus goes ablaze
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Woman charred to death as KSRTC bus goes ablaze

In a tragic mishap, a woman was burnt to death and two others including a woman and her son received burns when a Bengaluru-bound KSRTC bus caught fire near Nelamangala on NH-4 early yesterday morning. While the deceased has been identified as Bhagyamma (50), the injured who are being treated at Victoria Hospital, have been…

Netaji FC, KSRTC FC in drawn tie
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Netaji FC, KSRTC FC in drawn tie

Netaji FC and KSRTC FC were involved in a 1-1 drawn encounter in their Group ‘D’ tie in the MDFA ‘C’ Division Football League (2016-17) for the ‘Chirag Trophy’ played at the University Grounds here yesterday. Results Netaji FC: 1 (Manohar – 50th) drew KSRTC FC – 1 (Shankar – 45th).

Rider killed as bus runs over
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Rider killed as bus runs over

A two-wheeler rider was killed on the spot when the vehicle he was travelling was run over by a KSRTC bus yesterday night. The deceased has been identified as Ashok (36), a native of Gowribidanur in Chikkaballapur and a resident of Bogadi in city. Ashok, who was returning home after work on Bogadi-Doora Road, on…

Duty-bound KSRTC conductor dies of heart attack
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Duty-bound KSRTC conductor dies of heart attack

In a tragic incident, a driver-cum-conductor of KSRTC, who was on his way to duty after performing puja at home died of heart attack. The deceased has been identified as M. Basavarajappa (40), a native of Ijjala village in the taluk and residing in Chennappa Layout in the temple town was  working as driver-cum-conductor at…

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