Month: February, 2017

Technology has made world virtually small but relationships have fallen apart
News

Technology has made world virtually small but relationships have fallen apart

“Technology has made communication across the globe almost instantaneous but establishing contacts between two minds in a family has not been possible at that pace yet,” bemoaned Swami Amritaswarupananda Puri, Vice-Chairman of Mata Amritanandamayi Math and President of Amrita University. He was speaking at the satsang, bhajans and meditation programme ‘Amrita Sandhya’ organised by Mata…

In Briefs

Deadline extended

The Backward Classes Welfare Department has extended the  deadline for submission of proposals by voluntary organisations running/maintaining backward class students hostels for availing one- time subsidy of Rs. 5 lakh, to Feb. 10.  For details, log on to the Department website link or contact Ph: 0821-2342917 or 080-65970005.  

In Briefs

GTTC offers training for unemployed

Government Toolroom and Training Centre (GTTC) on KRS Road here is offering training in turning, milling, toolroom machining, CNC programming, CAD, CAM and other courses for unemployed candidates who have passed SSLC, ITI, Diploma and BE. For details, call Mob: 91416-29598 or 91416-29594.

In Briefs

Interaction

An interaction programme with D.P. Prakash, Deputy Commissioner of Commercial Taxes (Audit)-3.3 DVO-03, Bengaluru, about the meaning, scope, value, time and place of supply under ‘Goods and Services Tax (GST)’ has been organised by Bhavani Associates at Kaveri Hall, Karnataka State Open University (KSOU), Mysuru, on Feb. 11 between 2.15 pm and 6 pm. K….

Nava Shakti Vaibhava presented
News

Nava Shakti Vaibhava presented

Sree Nataraja Public School celebrated its 17th Annual Day recently in the presence of Sri Chidananda Swamiji, President of Sri Nataraja   Pratishtana. Dr. G. Rajashekara,  Professor of Botany (Retd.), JSS College, and B. Nandeesh, Manager, Syndicate Bank, J.P. Nagar Branch, were the chief guests. Prof. M.A. Lokesh Murthy, Academic Co-ordinator, Sree Nataraja Pratishtana, Mysuru, presided….

State-level wrestling competition held at Nanjangud
Sports

State-level wrestling competition held at Nanjangud

The State-level Wrestling competition organised by Karnataka Rakshna Vedike at the Vidyvardhaka School grounds witnessed 30 pairs of wrestlers from various parts of the State vying for the top honours.  The main attraction of the tournament was the fight between Pahilwan Vishnukoth of Pune and Pahilwan Karthick Kate of Davanagere. Both the wrestlers were involved…

Columbia Asia wins CCL
Sports

Columbia Asia wins CCL

Columbia Aisa Hospital won the two-day Cauvery Cricket League organised for hospitals by Cauvery Hearth and Multi Speciality Hospital as a part of its eighth anniversary celebrations Railway grounds recently. Cauvery Heart & Multi-Speciality Hospital emerged as the runner-up. The awards to winners were given away by Andolana Assistant Editor Ravi Koti. Cauvery Hospital Chairman…

BAI internship prog. concludes
News

BAI internship prog. concludes

The valedictory of the internship programme, conducted by Builders’ Association of India (BAI), Mysuru Centre, for Civil Engineering students of ATME College of Engineering, was held at the Association premises recently. More than 30 students participated in the programme. Past State Chairman and senior Member of BAI Mysuru, M.S. Nandakumar, was the chief guest. Chairman…

Congress Sevadal Day celebrated
News

Congress Sevadal Day celebrated

Asserting that the Congress Seva Dal has its roots in nationality, patriotism and pro-social activities, former MP and Senior Congress leader, A.H. Vishwanath, said that the Seva Dal very much remains in the minds of the people through Movements. He was speaking after inaugurating a workshop organised by the Mysuru District Congress at the town’s…

Protest against transfer of Bylakuppe SI
News

Protest against transfer of Bylakuppe SI

Alleging that Bylakuppe Police Sub-Inpsector (PSI) P. Lokesh was prematurely transferred, members of the public staged demonstration at Bylakuppe and Koppa in the taluk recently demanding immediate revoking of transfer. Claiming that Lokesh, who took charge as Bylakuppe PSI just seven months ago, had dealt with criminal, anti-social and illegal activities with an iron hand,…

1 117 118 119 120 121
Trending Posts
ABOUT

Mysuru's favorite and largest circulated English evening daily has kept the citizens of Mysuru informed and entertained since 1978. Over the past 39 years, Star of Mysore has been the newspaper that Mysureans reach for every evening to know about the happenings in Mysuru city. The newspaper has feature rich articles and dedicated pages targeted at readers across the demographic spectrum of Mysuru city. With a readership of over 2,50,000 Star of Mysore has been the best connection between it's readers and their leaders; between advertisers and customers; between Mysuru and Mysureans.