Month: January, 2018

Rs. 40 to Rs. 50 for one coconut !
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Rs. 40 to Rs. 50 for one coconut !

Mysuru: Prices of coconuts have gone up and it is selling at Rs.35 to Rs.40 a nut. Last year’s deficit rainfall has resulted in the shortage of the nuts. The price of a good quality big size nut is Rs. 35 while a medium size nut is sold at Rs.22. The prices have gone up…

Craft Expo at JSS Urban Haat from Feb.2
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Craft Expo at JSS Urban Haat from Feb.2

Mysuru: JSS Mahavidyapeetha has organised a Handicraft Exhibition at JSS Mysore Urban Haat, Plot No. 432, Ring Road, Hebbal  Industrial Area in city from Feb. 2  to Feb.11 on the occasion of Mahashivaratri. Sponsored by the Office of the Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles, the expo will be inaugurated on Feb.2 at 4 pm…

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Pet Talk

By Maneka Gandhi In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka speaks more on cat’s behaviour Why do cats hate baths? Probably because wet fur is so annoying. A cat’s fur takes much longer to dry than a dog’s. Why do cat’s stretch so much? Like in humans, stretching feels good. It increase the blood flow, stops…

BJP Chamaraja unit seeks public opinion on poll manifesto
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BJP Chamaraja unit seeks public opinion on poll manifesto

Mysuru: Navakarnataka Janapara Shakthi, a BJP forum for citizens of Karnataka to voice their opinion and help the party to bring about a change, was held at Govindarao Memorial Hall on JLB road in the city yesterday. The programme was organised by Chamaraja Constituency BJP unit. Addressing the gathering, city BJP President Dr. B.H. Manjunath…

NSUI demands Mayor’s resignation
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NSUI demands Mayor’s resignation

Mysuru: Accusing the newly-elected Mayor B. Bhagyavathi of betraying the Congress (the party from which she was elected from MCC Ward No. 23 in the 2013 polls) by joining hands with the BJP-JD(S) combine to bag the Mayor’s post, over 50 members of NSUI (National Students Union of India) and Youth Congress staged a demonstration…

I oppose only a few individuals: Actor Prakash Rai
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I oppose only a few individuals: Actor Prakash Rai

Mysuru: Multi-lingual actor Prakash Rai has said that he opposes only a few individuals and has not spoken about any political party or religion or caste. Speaking to press persons after participating in a human chain formation organised by Souhardhategagi Karnataka Organisation near Kote Anjaneyaswamy Temple at the North Gate of the Palace here yesterday,…

Three arrested in Delhi for faking marks cards of 27 Universities
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Three arrested in Delhi for faking marks cards of 27 Universities

New Delhi/ Bengaluru: The Delhi Police have arrested a Delhi University graduate and two of his associates for operating 27 fake websites which offered fake Class X, Class XII and other Graduate and Post Graduate certificates of various Universities including the Karnataka State Open University (KSOU). The arrested are Pankaj Arora, Pawiter Singh and Gopal…

Checking fake marks cards keeps KSOU staffers busy!
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Checking fake marks cards keeps KSOU staffers busy!

Mysuru: With the University Grants Commission (UGC) delaying granting back recognition to the courses offered by the Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) despite many appeals and Court orders, most of the staff at the KSOU are busy with checking the authenticity of marks cards — whether it is fake or genuine. With several fake marks…

KSOU students to take out Delhi Chalo on Feb.20
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KSOU students to take out Delhi Chalo on Feb.20

Mysuru: Setting Feb.15 deadline for the UGC to grant re-recognition to Karnataka State Open University (KSOU), writer Prof. H.S. Ramachandregowda has threatened to take out a Delhi Chalo rally on Feb.20. Announcing this at press meet here recently, Prof. Ramachandregowda said that the UGC had not acted on the Karnataka High Court order in December…

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