Month: July, 2017

In Briefs

Bag top ranks in BVA course

P.S. Venkatesh of Shri Ravivarma Art Institute in the city, has secured first place in the State Bachelor of Visual Arts (BVA) Course (Sculpture) second year, by scoring 605 out of 800 marks, while N. Sowmya, a first year student of BVA course (Painting) of the same Institute, has secured second place in the State…

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Ayurveda camp from today

Charaka Government Ayurveda College and Hospital located on KRS Road, Brindavan Extension, has organised a 12-day special treatment camp for women suffering from PCOS Polysystic Syndrome Problems, from today (July 31 ) till Aug. 11 at the College premises. For details, call: 83100-78743.

In Briefs

ISRO Chief at RIE Mysuru

As part of its 55th Foundation Day celebrations, Regional Institute of Education (RIE), Mysuru, has organised Sardar Panikkar Memorial Lecture Series at the Open Air Theatre, Technology Block, tomorrow (Aug. 1) at 10 am. Dr. Subhash Chandra Khuntia, Chief Secretary to the Government of Karnataka, will chair the session. Padma Shri A.S. Kiran Kumar, Chairman,…

Events Tomorrow

Suttur Mutt, Mysuru branch

Shravana month, Mass prayers, 6 pm to 6.30 pm; Discourse on ‘Gubbi Mallannaarya’s Veerashaivamrutha Purana’ by Dr. K. Anantharamu, Vaachana by Dr. K. Ramachandra, Mutt premises, foot of Chamundi Hill, 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm.

Events Tomorrow

Sri Bhandarakeri Mutt

38th Chaturmasya Vratam of Sri Bhandarakeri Mutt Pontiff Sri Vidyesha Teertha Swamiji, ‘Harinama Sankeerthana’ by Bhajana Mandali, 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm; Discourse, Sri Raghavendraswamy Mutt, Krishnamurthypuram, 6 pm to 7.30 pm.

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