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Dasara elephants back to jungle camps

Mysuru:  After a 46-day strenuous routine of rehearsals and the final Jamboo Savari, Dasara elephants, their mahouts and kavadis moved back to their respective elephant camps this morning with a promise that they would return next year. Their journey back into the woods began at around 12 noon and the team was escorted by Forest...
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Tourist rush continues; gate collections surge

Mysuru:  The city is witnessing a large number of tourist footfalls. Visitors are flooding Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, Mysore Palace, Chamundi Hill and Brindavan Gardens at Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Reservoir even after two days of the culmination of Dasara festivities. As schools and colleges will be reopened from tomorrow after Dasara vacation, visitors thronged the...
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South India’s biggest Ravan Dahan at ISKCON

Mysuru: More than 15,000 devotees participated in the South Indian biggest Ravan Dahan organised by International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), Jayanagar, as part of its 9th annual Dasara festival celebrations commemorating the pastime of the victory of Lord Rama over the evil King Ravana on Oct.19. Renowned vocalist Sangeetha Vidyanidhi Dr. Vidyabhushana performed Sangeetha...

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Ph.D awardee

Anusha Bharath has been awarded Ph.D in English by University of Mysore for her thesis “Beyond the Boundaries: A Reading of the Select Works of Shani ...
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JSS Science and Technology University (formerly SJCE) has organised H.H. Jagadguru Dr. Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji Memorial Men Basketball an...
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Drushti – Centre for Education of Visually Challenged has organised a programme for the inauguration of Audio Books, one-day Workshop and Online...
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    H.Y. Shankar

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    N.S. Vasu

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    B.V. Shivappa Bookanakere

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