Month: November, 2017

City students excel in Karate Championship
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City students excel in Karate Championship

City students, who participated in the 15th National karate Championship- 2017, held at the University Gymnastics Hall here recently, have excelled in the same. While Mohammed Jinan bagged the first place in Individual Kumite and second place in Individual Kata events in 9 years category, A. Samhita Raam bagged the second place in Individual Kata…

Prof. Rangaraju re-appointed to Heritage Expert Panel
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Prof. Rangaraju re-appointed to Heritage Expert Panel

Mysuru: Retired Professor of the Department of Ancient History and Archaeology, University of Mysore, Prof. N.S. Rangaraju, has been re-appointed for another term as a Member of the Expert Committee for Development and Protection of Mysore Heritage Region by the Karnataka Government. He will serve the committee till Mar. 31, 2022. Other members of the…

Wins Intl. Iconic Award
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Wins Intl. Iconic Award

Mysuru: Dr. Anthony Paul Raj, Assistant Professor in Education, St. Joseph’s College of Education, Jayalakshmipuram, Mysuru, was awarded the ‘International Iconic Award-2017’ in the field of Quality Improvement in Teacher Education by The Golden Group Foundations at a function organised in Bengaluru recently. Mohammed Nagaman Leteef, CEO of Tower Group of Companies, Kingdom of Saudi…

Naveen Chandar Memorial Inter-school Cricket Tournament
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Naveen Chandar Memorial Inter-school Cricket Tournament

The KSCA, Mysuru Zonal committee will be conducting the Naveen Chandar Memorial Inter-school Cricket Tournament during the third week of November 2017. Interested schools can collect the entry forms from the KSCA Mysuru Zone office at the SDNR Wadiyar Stadium, Manasagangothri from Nov. 3 by paying an entry fee of Rs.500. Filled up forms should…

Training at RUDSETI
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Training at RUDSETI

Mysuru: RUDSETI, Mysuru, is conducting a direct interview for the following training programme which will be conducted residentially: 1. Computer TALLY (30-days); 2. Fashion Designing for women (30 days). The Training will be free of cost including boarding and lodging. Unemployed women within the age group of 18 to 45 years can directly drop-in during…

Natl. Conference on ‘Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors’ held in city
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Natl. Conference on ‘Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors’ held in city

Mysuru: The 20th National Conference on ‘Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors and Their Applications’ was organised by the Department of Physics, VVIET, Mysuru, in association with Nuclear Track Society of India and Indian Nuclear Society, Mysuru, at VVIET Campus in city on Oct.26. The Conference was inaugurated by Dr. S.K. Chakravarthi, former Dean and Chairman,…

H.S. Satyanarayana
Obituary

H.S. Satyanarayana

Well-known senior Gamaki H.S. Satyanarayana (86), passed away at his residence in Bengaluru on Oct.27. He leaves behind four sons and a host of relatives and friends. A native of Hassan, he had settled in Mysuru after retirement. A ‘B-Grade’ artiste of Akashavani, he is the founder of ‘Kavyaraniji Sabha’ in Srirampura Bank Colony and…

D.T. Prakash
Obituary

D.T. Prakash

D.T. Prakash (63), Superintendent of Vidyavardhaka Law College and a resident of Hebbal 2nd Stage, passed away at a private hospital on Oct. 29 following brief illness. He leaves behind his wife Vinodha, daughters D.S. Shilpa and Shwetha and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at Hebbal Burial Ground in city.

Mother, children go missing
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Mother, children go missing

Mysuru: A mother along with her two children have been reported missing from Lashkar Police limits in city. Those missing have been identified as 25-year-old Swapna, wife of Nagaraju, three-and-a-half-year-old daughter Vandana and one-and-a-half-year-old son Ebenezer. According to the complaint lodged by Nagaraju, he along with his wife and children were staying with his (Nagaraju)…

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