Month: June, 2018

Tent Tourism
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Tent Tourism

Hundreds of illuminated tents to be pitched in front of Lalitha Mahal Palace this Dasara, says Tourism Minister Mysuru: The Heritage City of Mysuru will soon be counted among the most sought-after places for ‘Tent Tourism’ in India as the State Government has plans to develop such tourism in Mysuru in front of the iconic…

Stable row: Minister to inspect MRC tomorrow
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Stable row: Minister to inspect MRC tomorrow

Mysuru: Tourism and Sericulture Minister S.R. Mahesh will visit the Mysore Race Course, run and managed by the Mysore Race Club (MRC) tomorrow at 8 am to inspect the areas where horse stables and sheds existed earlier. Based on the Minister’s order, the MRC authorities cleared the sheds that were spoiling the beauty of the…

T.M. Vijay Bhaskar is new Chief Secretary
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T.M. Vijay Bhaskar is new Chief Secretary

Bengaluru: Senior IAS officer T.M. Vijay Bhaskar has been appointed as the Chief Secretary this morning by the State Government. Incumbent Chief Secretary K. Ratna Prabha is set to retire today. Vijay Bhaskar will take charge within this evening. Vijay Bhaskar was serving as Additional Chief Secretary till now. Chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy cleared the…

Ensure hassle-free communication network in rural areas: MP tells BSNL officials
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Ensure hassle-free communication network in rural areas: MP tells BSNL officials

Mysuru: Bemoaning poor communication network in rural areas, Chamarajanagar MP R. Dhruvanarayan has instructed BSNL officials to ensure that there are no hassles in internet facilities as most of the Government schemes, programmes and initiatives have gone online. He was speaking at the District Development Co-ordination and Monitoring Committee at ZP Hall here yesterday. Pointing…

Officials asked to clear silt in Raja Kaluves
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Officials asked to clear silt in Raja Kaluves

Mysuru: With the onset of monsoon, K.R. MLA S.A. Ramdas chaired a meeting of MCC and MUDA officials at the MCC’s Old Council Hall on Thursday. During the meeting, Ramdas asked the officials to remove the silt in 72-km-long Raja Kaluves across the city and thus pave way for smooth flow of storm water. Highlighting…

It’s Honey Calling
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It’s Honey Calling

Madikeri: Any talk of Kodagu often begins with the aromatic coffee, golden-glazed honey and some lip-smacking authentic delicacies. Honey has a special place in the district and Kodagu is known to produce distinct and rich honey that is famous for its originality, purity, taste and longevity even when stored in closed containers for years together….

Tourism Minister plans new look to Brindavan Gardens at KRS
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Tourism Minister plans new look to Brindavan Gardens at KRS

Mysuru: Tourism Minister S.R. Mahesh has announced that the Brindavan Gardens at Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam will be developed and he has already spoken to Water Resources Minister D.K. Shivakumar to give a new look to the popular tourist destination. Speaking to reporters during an interaction organised by Mysuru District Journalists Association (MDJA) at…

Founder’s Day at Kamakshi Hospital
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Founder’s Day at Kamakshi Hospital

Mysuru: Kamakshi Hospital celebrated its Founder’s Day and 45th anniversary and as part of it, children of the staff who have secured high marks in PUC and SSLC examinations were awarded cash prizes and the staff who have served for 25 years were honoured. The programme was held at Kamakshi Hospital in Kuvempunagar yesterday and…

Bandipalya APMC Yard emanates unbearable stench
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Bandipalya APMC Yard emanates unbearable stench

Mysuru: The sprawling APMC yard at Bandipalya on Mysuru-Nanjangud Road, is mired in several problems, with stench emanating from deteriorating wastes, unhygienic toilets, pot-holed roads, housefly menace and the like. The APMC yard receives hundreds of lorry loads of vegetables, grains and other agricultural produces everyday from across the State and even neighbouring States such…

Marble pavement around JC Wadiyar Circle damaged
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Marble pavement around JC Wadiyar Circle damaged

Mysuru: A few of the marble paving slabs laid a few feet above the ground around the Jayachamaraja (JC) Wadiyar Circle have been broken as the tyres of the vehicles have been driven over it. The marbles on the left side have been broken into pieces and it has to be immediately repaired. Otherwise the…

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