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Some suggestions to Kukkarahalli Lake Expert Committee
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Some suggestions to Kukkarahalli Lake Expert Committee

Sir, This refers to the recent report “Expert Committee constituted for Kukkarahalli Lake.”  The Committee members as I know are irrigation experts. The Deputy Commissioner should have included one sanitary expert in the Committee. However, before giving their report to the Karnataka Lake Development Authority, I want them to consider the following details: 1) The…

Fire destroys bamboo grove at Kukkarahalli Lake
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Fire destroys bamboo grove at Kukkarahalli Lake

A bamboo grove was destroyed along with a couple of coconut trees at Kukkarahalli Lake yesterday afternoon. Some miscreants set fire to the bamboo grove adjacent to the Lake near the Horticulture Department nursery. The incident occurred at around 3 pm and was noticed by some public who immediately informed the fire service personnel. As…

Putting an end to monkey business…
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Putting an end to monkey business…

A group of 18 monkeys, which were creating nuisance by jumping on public and snatching bags, were caught with the help of Forest Department personnel and MCC staff near Kukkarahalli Lake on Thursday. Picture shows former Mayor R. Lingappa, MCC Veterinarian Dr. Suresh, Forest Department Veterinarian Dr. Nagaraj and others along with the captured monkeys.

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KUKKARAHALLI LAKE DEVELOPMENT: Experts visit Lake, seek public opinion

The two-member expert committee appointed by Karnataka Lake Development Authority visited the Kukkarahalli Lake yesterday to collect public opinion on pro and anti-development of the Lake and its environmental impact. The committee comprised retired Professor Ramprasad from the Indian Institute of Science and retired Chief Engineer C.N. Babu. The University of Mysore and the district…

KUKKARAHALLI LAKE DEVELOPMENT: Experts visit Lake, seek public opinion
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KUKKARAHALLI LAKE DEVELOPMENT: Experts visit Lake, seek public opinion

The two-member expert committee appointed by Karnataka Lake Development Authority visited the Kukkarahalli Lake yesterday to collect public opinion on pro and anti-development of the Lake and its environmental impact. The committee comprised retired Professor Ramprasad from the Indian Institute of Science and retired Chief Engineer C.N. Babu. The University of Mysore and the district…

Kukkarahalli Lake Development: Expert panel meets DC
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Kukkarahalli Lake Development: Expert panel meets DC

To inspect Lake this evening A two-member expert committee formed by the Karnataka Lake Development Authority to study development activities and its environmental impact on the iconic Kukkarahalli Lake began its preliminary activities in city this morning. They first attended a meeting with Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep at his office and later headed towards Jaladarshini…

Mysuru: A plan for the future
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Mysuru: A plan for the future

By M.L. Krishnaswami Those residents of Mysuru, who are 80 and above would recall the past-life of this city in all its splendour and variety. Being a Royal City for nearly three centuries, every major activity of yore was centred around the Palace which itself had to undergo reconstruction after a disastrous fire that engulfed…

Experts to inspect Kukkarahalli Lake on Mar.14
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Experts to inspect Kukkarahalli Lake on Mar.14

In the context of a few organisations and environmentalists opposing the move of Mysore University to develop Kukkarahalli Lake, Lake Development Authority  has appointed retired IISc Professor Ramprasad and retired Chief Engineer C.N. Babu, two experts, to inspect the lake on Mar.14 at 11 am. Zoo Executive Director K. Kamala Karikalan, Kukkarahalli Lake Protection Committee…

Don’t urbanise this beautiful lake
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Don’t urbanise this beautiful lake

Sir, Kukkarahalli Kere is a walker’s paradise. And I speak for all morning and evening joggers when I say that hundreds of people enjoy the quietness and silence it provides. As do the various flora and fauna that reside in the Lake. Transforming the lake into a tourist destination with butterfly parks and entry arches…

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