Date: September 1st, 2018

Support pours in for Kodagu Sports Star
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Support pours in for Kodagu Sports Star

Kushalnagar: Tashma Muthappa, an International-level Throwball player who was living in a flood relief camp along with her family has now been rehabilitated. She, along with her parents, will move to a rented accommodation in Madikeri on Monday. Also, Kodagu District Minister S.R. Mahesh has promised her a government job. It may be recalled that…

MCC polls: Residents block vehicle; allege EVM hijack
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MCC polls: Residents block vehicle; allege EVM hijack

Mysuru: Tense atmosphere prevailed last night at Gandhinagar where local residents and members of different political parties claimed that Electronic Voter Machines (EVMs) that stored the votes cast for Mysuru City Corporation¬† (MCC) yesterday were hijacked from the Polling Booths instead of being carried into Strong Rooms. The residents and party activists alleged that EVMs…

Dhananjaya makes it to first batch of elephants
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Dhananjaya makes it to first batch of elephants

Mysuru: The three main elephants Balarama, Abhimanyu and Drona are not part of the first batch of six elephants to arrive as part of Gajapayana to Mysuru on Sept.2. The three elephants have been sent on an operation to catch wild elephants attacking people in Ramanagaram and its surrounding areas. In the light of this,…

Raja Mantapa near Srirangapatna found destroyed
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Raja Mantapa near Srirangapatna found destroyed

Mandya: Many people are aware of vested interests encroaching upon properties belonging to Mysuru Maharajas. An attempt to grab such a property at Kirangur near Srirangapatna has come to light now. Everyone is aware that Mysuru Maharajas used to celebrate Dasara Festival in Srirangapatna. As a testimony to that, the Dasara Mantapa used then is…

Rs.34 lakh insurance for 12 Dasara jumbos
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Rs.34 lakh insurance for 12 Dasara jumbos

Mysuru: The Mysuru District Administration has decided to insure the 12 elephants, Mahouts and Kavadis participating in Dasara celebrations. Besides, it has also decided to insure public and public property if the elephants damage them. Deputy Commissioner and Dasara Special Officer Abhiram G. Sankar has written a letter to the New India Assurance Company Divisional…

Crafts Bazaar begins
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Crafts Bazaar begins

Mysuru: The ten-day Crafts Bazaar organised by the Office of the Development Commissioner (Handicrafts) under the sponsorship of Ministry of Textiles, New Delhi, began at JSS Urban Haat on Hebbal Ring Road yesterday. Karnataka Police Academy Director Vipul Kumar inaugurated the Bazaar. The artisans who have come from different parts of the country are trying…

Pramoda Devi Wadiyar opens Fun Fest at Vani Vilas Urs college
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Pramoda Devi Wadiyar opens Fun Fest at Vani Vilas Urs college

Mysuru: Jayachamaraja Urs Education Trust had organised Sri Vani Fun Fest at the premises of Sri Vani Vilas Urs Girls PU and Degree College in Nazarbad this morning. The students of the college had set up 40 stalls with lot of intelligent games and food joints. A cultural programme was also held along with a…

New AC coach for Tirupati Express
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New AC coach for Tirupati Express

Mysuru: The South Western Railway is introducing one 3-AC compartment in Train No. 16219 Chamarajanagar-Tirupati Daily Express from Sept.3. In the return direction, the 3-AC service will be available from Sept.4. The fares from Chamarajanagar to Tirupati costs Rs 845 for adults, Rs.525 for senior citizen (male) and Rs.445 for senior citizen (female). The fare…

Medal winners in wrestling
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Medal winners in wrestling

Mysuru: B. Chethan of TTL Independent PU College has secured 1st place in under 60 KG category at the Mysuru City Inter-Collegiate Wrestling Competition (2018 -19) conducted at Gymnasium Hall, University of Mysore, Mysuru, recently. The following students of TTL College of Business Management, Saraswathipuram, have also secured prizes in the Wrestling competition: M. Mahendra…

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