Month: February, 2018

Vedike seeks Folklore as subject for PU, degree
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Vedike seeks Folklore as subject for PU, degree

Mysuru:  Urging to make Folklore a subject in PU and Degree, the members of Karnataka Janapada Jagruti Vedike staged a protest in front of the DC’s office here on Monday. The protesters said that folklore was the root of all subjects and hence awareness should be created on it. They further said that they have…

Special lecture on ‘Union Budget 2018-19’ held
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Special lecture on ‘Union Budget 2018-19’ held

Mysuru: The Department of Post Graduate Studies in Commerce of Basudev Somani College had organised  a special lecture  on ‘Union Budget-2018-19: An Analysis’ at its premises in city recently. Delivering the lecture, Prof. R.M Chinthamani, Director, JSS PG Centre, Kollegal, said that the economical upsurge and prosperity of any nation depends on a well planned…

Awareness on ‘TB Prevention, detection and treatment’ at Mission Hospital
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Awareness on ‘TB Prevention, detection and treatment’ at Mission Hospital

Mysuru: Karnataka State Tuberculosis Association, Bengaluru, in association with District Tuberculosis Centre and CSI Holdsworth Memorial (Mission) Hospital, Mysuru, had organised a campaign to create awareness on “TB prevention, detection and treatment” recently as part of Anti-Tuberculosis Week from Feb.17 to 23 and to coincide with National Tuberculosis Programme. Dr. G.M. Vamadeva, Consultant Physician, Mission…

India inching towards ICU
Editorial

India inching towards ICU

Out of ten incarnations (avatar) that Lord Vishnu took from time to time to eradicate evil forces, to restore the dharma, four were in the form of animals — fish, tortoise, boar and lion. Nine incarnations have appeared till now and the tenth will descend on Earth at the end of the Kali Yuga. The…

Divider, not Subway, needed on Valmiki Road
Voice of The Reader

Divider, not Subway, needed on Valmiki Road

Sir, As indicated by Dr. Mahadeviah in this column (SOM dated Feb. 23), it is true that once the Maharani’s Women’s College for Commerce and Management starts functioning from Valmiki Road, the already busy Valmiki Road becomes more busy especially during working hours. As such it is very difficult either to enter or come out…

Pet Talk
Columns, Pet Talk

Pet Talk

By Maneka Gandhi In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka talks about fish and aquarium. Also gives tips on how to stop cats from chewing wires? Do fish sleep with their eyes open? Fish sleep is different from human sleep. Humans sleep to get a period of rest. For fish, sleep means a period of lowered…

Trade licence renewal mela for city hoteliers begins
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Trade licence renewal mela for city hoteliers begins

Mysuru: A day-long Trade Licence Renewal mela organised by the Mysuru Hotel Owners Association and Hotel Owners Association Charitable Trust began at the Association office in Krishnamurthypuram here this morning. Speaking on the occasion, MCC Commissioner G.Jagadeesha said that the Association had organised the mela last year too successfully. Referring to the Association’s plea against…

Suggestion to avoid accidents on Hunsur Road
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Suggestion to avoid accidents on Hunsur Road

Sir, With reference to State Government’s decision to shelve the straightening of the Hunsur Road and our MP’s contradiction of this decision (SOM dated Feb.24), my views are as follows: Any high school student would tell you that if we have to join two points which are vertically about 50 meters apart and laterally 250…

In the reverie of Kalabhivardhana
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In the reverie of Kalabhivardhana

By Harshini Purushotham Our very own Mysuru city witnessed more than a week-long cultural fete organised by Kala Sandesha Prathishtana in collaboration with ten other organisations from Jan.22 to 31. The banner of Kalabhivardhana ably converged the profuse strings of Indian art. KSGH Music and Performing Arts University Vice-Chancellor Dr. Sarvamangala Shankar inaugurated the event…

Huge screen of the Buddha unveiled at Bylakuppe
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Huge screen of the Buddha unveiled at Bylakuppe

Bylakuppe: Thousands of Tibetans witnessed  the unveiling  of a huge screen of the Buddha at the Tibetan Settlement here on Sunday last. As part of the valedictory of Losar New Year of the Tibetans, the huge screen with the image of Lord Buddha named Tsela Num Sum was unveiled at the Monastery of the Golden…

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