Date: August 10th, 2017

Cloud seeding to begin from Aug. 13
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Cloud seeding to begin from Aug. 13

Mysuru: Cloud formation in the month of August is really good. Hence, the State Government has decided to go ahead with cloud seeding from Aug. 13 (Sunday), said Organic Farming Research Station, Naganahalli Nodal Officer Dr. C. Govindarajau. Cloud-seeding planes have arrived at Varuna for the task. Speaking to Star of Mysore here this morning,…

Kurubarahalli Sy. No. 4 and Alanahalli Sy. No. 41: Committee decides to recommend removal of “B Kharab” classification
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Kurubarahalli Sy. No. 4 and Alanahalli Sy. No. 41: Committee decides to recommend removal of “B Kharab” classification

Mysuru: The Government-constituted eight-member committee to look into the writ petitions on Kurubarahalli Survey No. 4 and Alanahalli Survey No. 41 has decided to bring to the notice of the Karnataka High Court to exclude the layouts coming under the said survey numbers from “B Kharab” (government land) classification and then submit a proposal to…

State Govt. approves installation of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Statue
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State Govt. approves installation of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Statue

Mysuru: The State Government has approved the installation of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa statue at Ramakrishnanagar Circle that is developed by Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) on the lines of K.R. Circle. The Circle is located at the intersection of Vishwamanava Double Road and Chaduranga Road. The Government Order approving the works was issued yesterday by…

New entry gates to Palace to be operational from Aug. 17
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New entry gates to Palace to be operational from Aug. 17

Mysuru: In a tourist-friendly initiative, the District Administration and the Mysore Palace Board has decided to set up two more gates to facilitate the entry of tourists. Till now, all tourists had to enter the Palace through Varaha Gate after buying tickets at the counter there. The new gates that will be opened for tourist…

MCDCC Bank extends Rs. 452.47 crore loan in 2016-17
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MCDCC Bank extends Rs. 452.47 crore loan in 2016-17

Mysuru: The Mysuru & Chamarajanagar District Central Co-operative (MCDCC) Bank has extended a loan of Rs. 452.47 crore last year according to the Bank Chairman S. Chandrashekar. In a press release, Chandrashekar said that the loans disbursed included Rs. 357.41 crore short-term crop loan, Rs. 59.93 crore to new members of the Bank, Rs. 13.01…

DC asks for proposal to build wall around closed stone quarries
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DC asks for proposal to build wall around closed stone quarries

Mysuru: Deputy Commissioner (DC) D. Randeep has directed Mines and Geology Department officials to submit a proposal on constructing a safety wall around closed stone quarries. Chairing a meeting of the Task Force Committee on stone quarrying at his office here on Tuesday, the DC said that the Department should conduct a survey on open…

CM performs bhoomi puja for B. Rachaiah Memorial
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CM performs bhoomi puja for B. Rachaiah Memorial

Chamarajanagar: Asserting that he was visiting Chamarajanagar frequently to do away with the jinx tag attached to the town (that the CMs will lose power if they visited the town), Chief Minister Siddharamaiah has said that he was doing so to put an end to further debates in this regard. Speaking to press persons after…

Aadhaar mandatory for MUDA site applicants
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Aadhaar mandatory for MUDA site applicants

Mysuru: The Centre has already made Aadhaar mandatory for getting PAN and filing Income Tax returns, besides making it compulsory for reaping the benefit of many other government schemes. It has also planned to introduce Aadhaar authentication a must in real estate deals. The aim is to curb use of black money in property dealings…

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