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Rider killed as lorry hits scooter
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Rider killed as lorry hits scooter

Mysuru: A two-wheeler rider was killed when a lorry hit his scooter near the K.R. Mills Police check-post here last evening. The deceased has been identified as Basavalingappa (59), a resident of Siddalingapura on Mysuru-Bengaluru Highway. Basavalingappa was proceeding on his scooter (KA-09 HB-5407) from Columbia Asia Hospital side towards Srirangapatna, when a Tamil Nadu…

Long weekend: Tourists crowd city
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Long weekend: Tourists crowd city

Mysuru: ‘Destination Mysuru’ seemed to be the mantra of tourists who have arrived in the city in large numbers from various parts of the country including Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai. Yesterday and today being weekends and tomorrow (May 1) being a closed holiday for May Day, all roads led to Mysuru. The number of tourists…

City student among 3 killed in separate accidents
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City student among 3 killed in separate accidents

Mysuru – Three youths including a city college student lost their lives in separate accidents on the Mysuru-Bengaluru Highway late last night. While one accident occurred near Srirangapatna where a 20-year-old girl was killed, the other accident took place near Maddur where two youths, aged 26 and 27, were killed. The first accident occurred at…

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…

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