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Man goes missing
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Man goes missing

Mysuru: Adding to the growing list of people going missing from city, a 28-year-old man has been reported missing on May 12. The missing person, identified as G.M. Murthy, a native of Bidaragud village in Nanjangud taluk. He was working as a cook in JSS Hospital Canteen and used to visit his family once in…

Couple arrested for killing child born out of wedlock
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Couple arrested for killing child born out of wedlock

Mysuru: In a shocking incident, parents of a newborn child smothered the baby and dumped it at a farm as the child was born out of a wedlock. The couple, hailing from Hediyala Village in Nanjangud, has been arrested now. According to the Police and Hediyala villagers, 30-year-old Basavaraju, a resident of Gowdarahundi in Nanjangud…

Kumaraswamy visits Nanjangud Temple
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Kumaraswamy visits Nanjangud Temple

Nanjangud: State JD(S) President and former CM H.D. Kumaraswamy visited the Srikanteshwara Temple in the town this morning. Kumaraswamy, who arrived at the temple at around 10 am, performed special puja to the deity, marking Buddha Purnima. Later speaking to press persons, Kumaraswamy said that he had prayed Lord Srikanteshwara for the success of party…

Girl goes missing from N’gud
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Girl goes missing from N’gud

Nanjangud: A 19-year-old girl, who left her house on Mar. 26 at about 4 pm saying that she was going to get some clothes stitched, has been reported missing. The girl, identified as Jayamala, is 5.4 ft. tall, fair complexioned, oval-faced, medium built, speaks Kannada and was wearing a black pant and a yellow coloured…

Life Insurance Agents interview
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Life Insurance Agents interview

Nanjangud: The interview for candidates aspiring to become Post Office Insurance/Rural Postal Life Insurance Agents will be held at the Postal Superintendent’s Office in Nanjangud on May 15 (Monday) at 11 am. The candidates must be aged between 18 and 60 years. The candidates living in towns having a population of less than 5,000 should…

CM thanks voters, says money cannot win elections
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CM thanks voters, says money cannot win elections

Nanjangud: Dismissing BJP’s allegations that the Congress won the Nanjangud and Gundlupet by-polls by money and muscle power, Chief Minister Siddharamaiah said that elections cannot be won by spending money and if it was so, big industrialists such as Tata, Birla and Ambani too would have attained power. Addressing the Congress thanksgiving meet at the…

Chief Minister heads to Gundlupet, Nanjangud to thank voters
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Chief Minister heads to Gundlupet, Nanjangud to thank voters

Mysuru: Hitting back at the State BJP President B.S. Yeddyurappa (BSY) for predicting early Assembly polls in the State, Chief Minster Siddharamaiah wondered whether Yeddyurappa was the Election Commissioner to say so. Speaking to press persons upon his arrival at Mandakalli Airport this morning, Siddharamaiah who was en route to Gundlupet to take part in…

Nanjangud Jailor arrested
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Nanjangud Jailor arrested

Mandya: A Jailor serving at Nanjangud Sub-jail was on Saturday arrested by the K.R. Pet Police on charges of aiding and abetting an under-trail to abduct a person and demand a ransom of Rs. 50 lakh. C.J. Raghupathy is the Jailor who has been arrested and remanded to Judicial Custody. The Jailor has been accused…

Misuse of Government machinery by Congress led to defeat, feels BJP
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Misuse of Government machinery by Congress led to defeat, feels BJP

Bengaluru: An introspection meeting convened by the State BJP at its headquarters in Malleswaram yesterday attributed the loss in the recent Nanjangud and Gundlupet by-elections to ‘gross misuse of the Government machinery, muscle and money power by the ruling Congress.’ The BJP top brass also felt a tactic understanding between the Congress and JD (S),…

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