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Set up Ward Committees in Mysuru also like in B’luru
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Set up Ward Committees in Mysuru also like in B’luru

By Vasanthkumar Mysoremath, Social Activist With the passing of orders of High Court of Karnataka on 24.4.2017 directing the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) to set up Ward Committees within one month, a long fight by civil society groups, networks and individuals across Karnataka over 25 years, has finally ended. This direction by the HC…

Enduring subject, expanding matter
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Enduring subject, expanding matter

At the outset, let it be stated, both the terms of this column’s caption, written in italics font, are synonymous as it were, referring to the most talked about as well as the most ubiquitous stuff namely garbage, loaded by citizens on the back of urban local bodies everywhere, including the hapless Mysuru City Corporation….

CMCA needs graduate trainers
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CMCA needs graduate trainers

Mysuru: Children’s Movement for Civic Awareness (CMCA), an NGO, in association with Mysuru City Corporation (MCC), is engaged in creating civic awareness among school students. CMCA intends to recruit enthusiastic graduates to handle classes for school students of 2017-18 batch to create civic awareness among them for which they would be paid an honorarium. Interested…

Plea to clear sewage water on Shivaji Road
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Plea to clear sewage water on Shivaji Road

Residents of Shivaji Road 9th Cross in N.R. Mohalla, opposite Good Hope School, are inconvenienced a lot, as sewage water has accumulated on the road resulting in mosquitoes and flies swarming into houses. Residents said that despite lodging complaints with the MCC, no action has been taken till now. Authorities concerned are urged to take…

Garbage on 2nd Cross near Sadvidya School needs to be cleared
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Garbage on 2nd Cross near Sadvidya School needs to be cleared

Garbage and construction debris which is dumped on the 2nd right cross from Sadvidya School Circle has resulted in increase in mosquitoes and flies, which may result in outbreak of diseases. Residents said that despite complaining to the authorities concerned several times, no action has been taken till now. Authorities concerned are urged to take…

MCC clarifies
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MCC clarifies

Following the publication of the photo news item titled ‘Plea to clear stagnant water in Lakshmipuram’ on Apr. 21 in WhatsApp Us column, the MCC has clarified that the drain which was blocked has now been cleared for water to  flow freely in the drain.

Overflowing manhole causing problems near Prabha Theatre
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Overflowing manhole causing problems near Prabha Theatre

An overflowing manhole on Hanumantha Rao Street near Prabha Theatre is causing a lot of inconvenience to the public and motorists since two weeks. Residents and shopkeepers said that though the problem exists from many years and several complaints lodged with the authorities concerned, no action has been taken till date to provide a permanent…

Residents seek good road Stage protest
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Residents seek good road Stage protest

Mysuru: Nearly 50 residents of Raghavendranagar, coming under Mysuru City Corporation  Ward No. 57, staged a demonstration in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office yesterday, in protest against the poor condition of Cauvery Main Road in Raghavendranagar. Claiming that several representations made to the  Mysuru City Corporation  on the deplorable condition of the road had…

MCC withdraws Minister’s Special Officer’s car
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MCC withdraws Minister’s Special Officer’s car

Mysuru: The Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) today withdrew the car provided to KAS Officer and District In-charge Minister’s Special Officer Shobha. The facility was withdrawn following orders from MCC Commissioner G. Jagadeesha. According to sources, MCC used to spend Rs. 28,000 on the officer’s car rental. Ever since the car rental scam in MCC came…

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