Month: November, 2017

Moonlight Concert at Suttur Mutt
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Moonlight Concert at Suttur Mutt

Mysuru: As part of 194th Moonlight Music Concert organised by Suttur Mutt,  Vidu. Shanthala Subramanyam and Vid. Vishal R. Saporam will be presenting flute and chitraveena concerts on Dec. 3 from 6 pm at Suttur Mutt premises located at the foot of Chamundi Hill here. Profile: Born in Bengaluru, Shanthala Subramanyam has learnt flute recital…

KSCA-M. Navin Chandar Memorial Inter-School Tournament: Hrishab shines in Excel Public School’s win
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KSCA-M. Navin Chandar Memorial Inter-School Tournament: Hrishab shines in Excel Public School’s win

An inspiring all-round performance by skipper Hrishab A. Singhavi (63 n.o., and two for 16), helped Excel Public School, Mysuru, to register a facile 54-run win over St. Joseph’s Central School (Vijayanagar) and enter the final in the KSCA-M. Navin Chandar Inter-School Tournament (2017-18), played at the SDNR Wadiyar Grounds here yesterday. The Scores Semi-finals…

Music Varsity Convocation in February first week
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Music Varsity Convocation in February first week

Mysuru: The third annual Convocation of Karnataka State Gangubai Hangal Music and Performing Arts University will be held at Nityotsava Hall near Ballal Circle here in the first week of February. Vice-Chancellor Dr. Sarvamangala Shankar said that there were a series of Academic Council meetings, which were held to discuss on holding the third Convocation….

Indore ITF Women’s Tennis: Dhruthi goes down in pre-quarters
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Indore ITF Women’s Tennis: Dhruthi goes down in pre-quarters

City’s Dhruthi T. Venugopal, representing India in the $15,000 ITF Women’s Tennis Tournament being held in Indore from Nov.27 to Dec.3, lost in the women’s singles pre-quarterfinals yesterday. India’s Pranjala Yadlapalli seeded fourth beat Dhruthi 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 and entered the quarter-finals in the women’s singles event. India’s Sai Samitha, teaming up with Ho Ching…

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Sports Meet for children and women

The Dasara Women and Children’s Sub-Committee has organised a Sports Meet for children on Dec.2 at 2 pm and for women on Dec.3 at 2 pm at Dasara Exhibition premises here. Children in the age group of 6 to 15 years and women between 18 and 60 years can register their names on the day…

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AIDS awareness rally tomorrow

Marking world AIDS Day – 2017, Government Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital, together with National Service Scheme, has organised an awareness rally on Dec.1 at 10 am from the College premises to the DC’s office. A short play on AIDS will also be enacted on the occasion.  

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Training for minority women

The District Minorities Welfare Department has invited applications from eligible unemployed minority women candidates to undergo training in garment-making and fashion designing. The candidates should have passed or failed in 10th standard. The application can be obtained from the Department of Minority Welfare. For details, contact Ph: 0821-2422088, according to a press release.

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Kalayatra-2017 at I Can School

Kalayatra-2017, Nature Art Installations by I Can School Learners and rendezvous with Art Fest participants have been organised on Dec.1 and 2 from 10 am to 4.30 pm at the School premises, #13/A, on Vivekananda Road in Yadavagiri. For details, contact Ph: 0821-2410940 / 41.  

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National workshop

The Institution of Excellence (IOE), University of Mysore and UPE/CPEPA, Vignana Bhavan, Manasagangothri, have organised an eight-day National Workshop on ‘Application and Trouble Shooting of Scientific Equipment’ from Dec.1 to 8 at the Seminar Hall, Vignana Bhavan. Varsity Acting VC Prof. C. Basavaraju will inaugurate the event at 10 am. Vignana Bhavan Chief Co-ordinator Prof….

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