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Stinking storm water drain at Vijayanagar
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Stinking storm water drain at Vijayanagar

Foul smell is emanating from a storm water drain near the Government Women’s College, MRR Royal Locality in Vijayanagar causing inconvenience to the residents of the locality. With water becoming stagnant, the place has become a perfect place for mosquitoes to breed besides the possibilities of diseases like chikungunya and dengue being spread. Authorities concerned…

Lt. Col. (retd.) K.B. Uthappa
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Lt. Col. (retd.) K.B. Uthappa

Lt. Col. (retd.) Kalyatanda B. Uthappa (Nanda), a resident of Vijayanagar 1st stage here, passed away at his native Kunjila village in Kakkabe, North Kodagu, this morning after a brief illness. He was 75. He leaves behind his wife Pamda, son Somanna, daughter-in-law, grandson  and a  host of relatives and friends. Star of Mysore  Editor-in-Chief…

Rain lashes city: Downpour to continue
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Rain lashes city: Downpour to continue

Mysuru – Residents of Mysuru, who were pleasantly surprised with the rain that had lashed on Tuesday, were in for more surprise yesterday night when it rained again, bringing down the night temperature. It rained heavily in Vijayanagar, Gokulam, Kuvempunagar, Saraswathipuram, Ramakrishnanagar, Bannimantap, Central Business District and surrounding areas at around 10.30 pm. A huge…

District-level Badminton Tournament from Apr. 14
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District-level Badminton Tournament from Apr. 14

Kodava Samaja Cultural and Sports Club in association with Mysore District Badminton Association will be conducting a three-day District-level Badminton Tournament from Apr. 14 at the Club’s premises in Vijayanagar. Addressing the presspersons at the Pathrakarthara Bhavan yesterday, Kodava Samaja President M.K. Kuttappa said that the tournament would be inaugurated by DC D. Randeep at…

Food Fest by Kodagu Mahila Sangha tomorrow
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Food Fest by Kodagu Mahila Sangha tomorrow

Shree Kaveri Kodagu Mahila Sangha has organised a Fun Fair and Food Fest tomorrow (Apr. 2) from 11 am to 3 pm at Kodava Samaja, Vijayanagar 1st Stage in city. Prof. K.C. Belliappa, Chairman of Sree Cauvery Educational Institutions, Kuvempunagar, will be the chief guest. Thara Belliappa will be the guest of honour and will…

Vallanda P. Muthanna
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Vallanda P. Muthanna

Vallanda P. Muthanna (82), a resident of Vijayanagar 1st Stage, passed away here yesterday afternoon. He leaves behind his wife, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at Chirashantidhama in Gokulam this afternoon.

Madrira Kariappa
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Madrira Kariappa

Madrira Kariappa (94), a resident of Vijayanagar 2nd Stage in city passed away yesterday. A native of Kunda village in Ponnampet, he had served in the army during World War-II. He leaves behind two daughters and a host of relatives and friends. Cremation took place at Chirashantidhama in Gokulam this afternoon. Family can be contacted…

Desi Platter restaurant inaugurated
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Desi Platter restaurant inaugurated

‘Desi Platter,’ the new Veg and Non-Veg Multi-Cuisine Restaurant on Hunsur Road in Vijayanagar, was inaugurated by Star of Mysore Managing Editor Vikram Muthanna recently. Others seen are Vijayanagar Police Station Inspector A. Guru Prasad, Partner Raghu Raj, Hotel Owners Association President C. Narayanagowda, Zilla Panchayat Member Rakesh Papanna and Partner Girish Kushalappa.

Doctor goes missing
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Doctor goes missing

A 35-year-old city doctor has gone missing since Mar.2. Dr. C.M. Vinod, son of C.K. Muddamaiah, a resident of third phase, fourth stage, Vijayanagar, who left the house on his Honda Activa scooter (KA-09 EY-4349) on the afternoon of Mar. 2, has not returned since then, according to a complaint lodged by his wife with…

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