Month: November, 2017

Ribbon to inaugurate Congress office turns ‘Gordian Knot’
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Ribbon to inaugurate Congress office turns ‘Gordian Knot’

Mysuru: History tells us that Alexander the Great was asked to untie the legendary ‘Gordian Knot.’ When he failed, he simply pulled out his sword and cut the knot. A similar incident was witnessed  in city this morning when the Chief Minister and the KPCC President along with a host of Congress leaders failed to…

A meticulously planned kacheri…
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A meticulously planned kacheri…

By M.L. Krishnaswami Ragavaibhava, Mysuru, had organised a grand classical vocal music programme by Vid. Sandeep Narayan on Saturday, the 18th inst at Sri Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha auditorium. Vid. Sandeep was accompanied by Vid. Mathur Srinidhi on violin, Vid. Tumkur B. Ravishankar on mridanga and Vid. G.S. Ramanujam on ghata. The programme was sponsored by…

Premium on pleasant speaking
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Premium on pleasant speaking

A noted scholar is featured in a weekend evening programme on Kannada Channel of DD providing convincing and simplistic explanations to a wide-ranging doubts and myths lay persons experience on either listening to discourses by scholars or reading verses found in various ancient texts of the land, most of them not credited to any well-identified…

Technical Sessions mark second day of Children’s Science Meet
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Technical Sessions mark second day of Children’s Science Meet

Mysuru:  Technical Sessions marked Day-2 of the three-day State-level 25th National Children’s Science Congress at Vignana Bhavan in KSOU premises, Manasagangothri, this morning, with the focal theme ‘Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development.’ The technical sessions featured poster, model, working model presentations and the like, in which all teams from every district were given…

Risky ride on a two-wheeler
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Risky ride on a two-wheeler

Sir, Very recently, I saw a senior citizen taking five kids of approximately 10 years or below age on a two-wheeler on Bogadi road at around 7.30 pm. Three kids were sitting behind him as pillions and two kids were standing in front of him (see photo, the fifth kid is on the left side…

More on autos violating rules
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More on autos violating rules

Sir, This is in support of the letter “Keep a check on autos with expired documents” (SOM dated Nov. 27 by K. Chandrahas). Nowadays we find most of the autos without back number plates. And most of them have very small rear number plates, as the size of a ruler. They have a co-driver, most…

Dance and Music recitals by Children of city Art Schools
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Dance and Music recitals by Children of city Art Schools

Sri Tyagaraja Sangeetha Sabha Charitable Trust A special Karnatak Classical music programme was arranged by Sri Tyagaraja Sangeetha Sabha Charitable Trust, Mysuru, which was co-sponsored by Rotary Mysore West, on Nov.19, as part of Children’s Day celebration at the auditorium of Rotary Mysore (West) in Saraswatipuram. The inaugural function was chaired by the well-known art…

Garbage dump: MCC clarifies
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Garbage dump: MCC clarifies

Sir, This is in response to the WhatsApp titled ‘Clear this garbage dump near Sathagalli Bus Depot’ published in SOM dated 19.11.2017. Garbage heaps, which are dumped on Mahadevapura Road, near Sathagalli Bus Depot in Bharath Nagar is beyond MCC limits. Residents of the surroundings have to urge the authorities concerned to deploy garbage collectors…

Hanuma Jayanthotsava celebrations tomorrow
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Hanuma Jayanthotsava celebrations tomorrow

Mysuru:  Sri Anjaneyaswamy Temple Trust, Gangothri Layout, has organised the 27th Hanuma Jayanthotsava celebrations at the proposed Old-Age Home premises located near the Temple on Dec.1. Prior to the celebrations, MP Pratap Simha will inaugurate the procession of Lord Hanuman by offering puja to Nandi Dhwaja in front of Kote Anjaneyaswamy Temple at 9.15 am….

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