Month: April, 2017

In Briefs

Police Flag Day tomorrow

The Police Flag Day will be held at CAR Parade Ground in city at 8.30 am tomorrow (April 2) under the joint aegis of the City and District Police, Karnataka Police Academy (KPA) and KSRP 5th battalion. Retired KSRP Commandant S. Ramadas Gowda will be the chief guest, according to a press release.    

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Bhajan contest

Karighatta Mettlotsava Samiti will be organising a Bhajan contest at Guru Raghavendra Mutt, Tonachikoppal at 2 pm tomorrow (April 2). The contest will also be held on April 9 for the second batch.  

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‘Swachhata’ prog. at  Kukkarahalli Lake

Kukkarahalli Lake joggers will undertake a ‘Swachhata’ programme (cleanliness drive) in Kukkarahalli Lake premises at 7 am tomorrow (April 2). The drive will commence at the Lake’s main gate, close to the Railway Gate, according to a release. For details, contact 94805-66516 or 98860-85361.  

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Ph.D awarded

The University of Mysore (UoM) has awarded Ph.D in Developmental Studies to B.M. Shivaprasad for his thesis ‘Impact of Hemavati Irrigation on the  Socio-Economic Conditions of Farmers – A Study of Hassan District’ [Guide: Dr. K.V. Aiyanna]. S.S. Raje Urs has been awarded Ph.D in History by the UoM for his thesis ‘Vileena mattu Punarkoduge…

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Meeting of contract employees

Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU), Mysuru district unit, has convened a meeting of contract employees serving as clerks, data entry operators, nurses, teachers, lecturers, engineers, vehicle drivers, power station operators, power bill collectors and the like, in various Government Departments, Boards, Corporations, Universities and quasi-Government bodies at its office located at No. 2682, first…

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