Month: May, 2018

In Briefs

Cancer clinic

Preethi Cancer Centre has organised a free Cancer Detection Clinic at its premises #873, Vani Vilas Road, Lakshmipuram on May 3 (Thursday) from 10 am to 8 pm. For details, contact Ph: 0821- 4259259.  

In Briefs

Diving coaching

The Physical Education Department of the University of Mysore has organised Diving Coaching camp from May 5 to July 8 for boys and girls in the age group of 10 to 14 years. Coaching will be held from 6 pm to 7 pm. For details, contact University Swimming Coach Deepak Subba Raje Urs on Mob:…

Events Tomorrow

Cambridge Montessori

 Inauguration of new centre, former Director of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in Bengaluru Dr. K.P. Puthuraya and ex-Dy. Mayor M. Mahadevamma chief guests, #323, Sanmarga, 10th Cross, Siddarthanagar, 10.30 am.  

Amidst reality and myth

Amidst reality and myth

Ancient philosophers of the land are quoted as saying: “Speak truth in such a way that it should be pleasing to others. Never speak truth, which is unpleasant to others. Never speak untruth, which might be pleasant. This is the path of eternal morality.” A renowned scholar has further opined that even speaking truth that…

Introduce digital payment at Post Offices
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Introduce digital payment at Post Offices

Sir, Post Office services are utilised by the customers by paying cash for services related to speed post, money orders and to other services through premium, domestic, and international services offered. Financial services, insurance services and philately related services are also availed by the customers upon cash payment at the counters. Further it is also…

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