Month: October, 2017

Shashikala
Obituary

Shashikala

Shashikala (36), wife of Ravi Kumar and a resident of Raghavendranagar here, passed away this morning at a hospital in city. She leaves behind her husband, a daughter and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at the foot of Chamundi Hill here this noon.

Sarojamma
Obituary

Sarojamma

Sarojamma (75), wife of Samuel and a resident of Bogapura in Chamarajanagar, passed away at a hospital in city this morning. She leaves behind her husband, four daughters, two sons, grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites will be performed at her native later this evening.

Excels in ‘Bharat Ko Jano’ Quiz Competitions
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Excels in ‘Bharat Ko Jano’ Quiz Competitions

Mysuru:  T.S. Srinidhi and B.K. Chirag,  2nd PU students of  Vijaya Vittala PU College, have won first prize in Pranth-level ‘Bharat Ko Jano’ quiz competition (Senior level) organised by Bharath Vikas Parishad, Karnataka Dakshina Prantha, Bengaluru and Bharat Vikas Parishad, Vishwamanava Branch, Mandya recently. They have been qualified to take part in the regional-level contest…

Man falls from coconut tree, dies
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Man falls from coconut tree, dies

Mysuru: In a tragic incident, a professional coconut plucker, who was hired to pluck tender coconuts, died in the hospital after he had sustained severe injuries when he fell from the tree at Ashokapuram here this morning. The deceased has been identified as Ramesh (36), a resident of Ashokapuram 4th Cross here. Ramesh was hired…

Gen. Bipin Rawat visiting Kodagu on Nov. 4
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Gen. Bipin Rawat visiting Kodagu on Nov. 4

Mysuru: General Bipin Rawat, the 27th Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army, will be visiting Kodagu on Nov.4. Gen. Rawat will unveil the statues of Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa and Gen. K.S. Thimayya at Cauvery College in Gonikoppal on that day at 9.30 am. Kodava Samaja, Mysuru, has in a press release requested…

EPFO to hold public grievances redressal camp on Nov.2
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EPFO to hold public grievances redressal camp on Nov.2

Mysuru: The Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) is observing Vigilance Awareness Week from Oct. 30 to Nov. 4 with the theme “My Vision-Corruption-free-India.” As part of this, EPFO, Regional Office, Mysuru, will hold a grievance redressal camp for employees and public on Nov.2 from 11 am to 3 pm at HIEMA (Hebbal Industrial Estate Manufacturers…

Workshop on Molecular Geometry held
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Workshop on Molecular Geometry held

Mysuru: The Department of Chemistry, St Joseph’s Pre-University College, Jayalakshmipuram, had conducted a workshop on Molecular Geometry  for I and II PU Science students at the College auditorium here recently. Prof. R. Britto Dominic Rayan, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Government First Grade College, Hunsur, who was the chief guest, addressed the students on Chemical…

Kodava Namme: Mysuru Kodava Samaja wins prizes
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Kodava Namme: Mysuru Kodava Samaja wins prizes

Mysuru: Kodava Samaja, Mysuru, has bagged eight prizes in the Kodava Cultural and Sports competitions at the just concluded Kodava Namme organised by the Federation of Kodava Samajas at Balugodu in Virajpet, Kodagu from Oct.26 to Oct. 28. The Mysuru team has bagged first prize in Bolkat, Thalipat, Kathiyat and Sambanda Adko; second prize in…

In Briefs

Seminar

The Department of Science, Technology, IT&BT has organised a conference on ‘Science and Technology in Kannada’ at JSS College of Arts, Science and Commerce on B.N. Road in city on Nov. 15 and 16. Entries for participation can be submitted online [www.kstacademy.in]. For details, call Dr. B.Y. Sathish Kumar [92422-08001] or visit: www.jsscacs.edu.in

In Briefs

Cancer clinic

Preethi Cancer Clinic has organised a free cancer detection camp at its premises, No. 873, Vani Vilas Road, Lakshmipuram, on Nov. 2 between 10 am and 8 pm. For details, contact Ph: 0821-4259259.  

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