Month: February, 2017

Two-wheelers sans number plates on the rise in city
Voice of The Reader

Two-wheelers sans number plates on the rise in city

Sir, Of late it is shocking to see the increase in the number of two-wheelers plying without registration number plate in Mysuru. By plying so, the two-wheelers are openly defying basic traffic and RTO rules. A few days back a two-wheeler without a registration number plate with three persons jumped the signal near St. Joseph’s…

Offering bed warming services for single men
Editorial

Offering bed warming services for single men

A young woman from Moscow, Russia, has come up with an innovative way to supplement her income – charging single men a hefty fee for laying in their bed for an hour to warm it and fill it with her positive energy, thus guaranteeing a good night’s sleep. 21-year-old Viktoria Ivachyova is a human be…

London’s new craze for the NUDE maid
Editorial

London’s new craze for the NUDE maid

London-based company Naturist Cleaners, “one of UK’s leading naturist and nude cleaning service providers,” is currently looking for women willing to clean private houses wearing just slippers and cleaning gloves. Women “of all ages and sizes” can apply, and the job pays £45 ($57) an hour. “The job will require doing a regular cleaning job …

Unfair deal to the uglis
Editorial

Unfair deal to the uglis

If you say that someone, especially a child, is an ugly duckling, you mean that he or she is unattractive or awkward now, but will probably develop into an attractive person. The British Zoologist Desmond Morris, author of controversial best sellers  The Human Zoo and The Naked  Ape, published in 1969, examines how the biological…

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Mobile phone of tourist stolen in Mysore Palace premises

 Miscreants have robbed a mobile phone worth thousands of rupees of a tourist from North Karnataka, who had come along with his family to visit the Mysore Palace on Sunday. The victim whose iPhone 7 mobile phone was robbed has been identified as Prakash Basava Raja Angadi. It is reported that Prakash had kept the…

Hampi’s musical pillars come to Mysuru!
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Hampi’s musical pillars come to Mysuru!

With the second edition of Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFes) drawing to a close, workers have been busying setting up the stage for the valedictory ceremony to be held at the Mysore Palace on Feb. 9. The stage is being modelled after Musical Pillars located at Vittala Temple in Hampi. The idea, conceptualised by Information…

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