Month: February, 2018

Mysuru Police Public School to get Rs. 12.53 crore for expansion
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Mysuru Police Public School to get Rs. 12.53 crore for expansion

Bengaluru: The State Cabinet which met here on Wednesday, has approved release of Rs. 12.53 crore for construction of more blocks at Mysuru Police Public School on Mahadevapura road in Mysuru. Speaking to press persons after the cabinet meeting yesterday, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister T.B. Jayachandra detailing the other Cabinet decisions, said that more…

Chairmen for MCC Standing Committees elected
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Chairmen for MCC Standing Committees elected

Mysuru: The following were elected as Chairmen of the four MCC Standing Committees is the election held at the MCC’s Old Council Hall here this morning. Ward No. 58 Corporator K.P. Ashwini was elected as Chairperson of Taxes, Finance and Appeals Standing Committee. The members of the Committee are Rajalakshmi (Ward No. 37), M.K. Shankar…

Love letter-driven writing
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Love letter-driven writing

Lines scripted by poets, particularly those who have immortalised themselves, being in the celebrated class long after their times, have earned them well-marked identity. William Wordsworth (1770-1850), described by his admirers as an early leader of romanticism and nature’s poet concentrating on human emotions, ranking as one of the greatest lyricists treated prose as secondary…

Make Kalidasa Road footpath pedestrian-friendly
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Make Kalidasa Road footpath pedestrian-friendly

Sir, Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) is doing a yeoman service by beautifying the footpaths of majority of roads in Mysuru, making it pedestrian-friendly. Though some roads do not have much pedestrian movement, MCC has undertaken civil works to beautify such footpaths also and to make it walkable. But unfortunately, Kalidasa Road has skipped the attention…

Training in Export Management
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Training in Export Management

Mysuru: The Visvesvaraya Trade Promotion Centre (VTPC) had organised a six-day training in export management from Jan.29 to Feb.3. However, due to lack of registration, the training has been postponed and it will be held from Mar.12 to 17 at the Institution of Engineers-India (IEI), Mysuru Local Centre, on JLB Road in city. Interested industrialists,…

Fire cracker explosion: Death toll rises to two
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Fire cracker explosion: Death toll rises to two

Mysuru: The death toll in the firecracker explosion that took place at Madapura in H.D. Kote taluk of the district on Friday last, has risen to two, with Mallanayaka (60), who was seriously injured in the incident, succumbing to injuries at K.R. Hospital here yesterday. A total of seven persons, including five teenaged boys, sustained…

Scooterist killed after falling into drain
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Scooterist killed after falling into drain

Mysuru: A scooterist was killed on the spot, while the pillion rider suffered serious injuries, when the scooter fell into a drain following brake failure. The deceased has been identified as Prahlad (56), resident of Mandi Mohalla, while the injured is Lalitha, wife of the deceased, is undergoing treatment at K.R. Hospital. Yesterday morning, the…

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