Date: September 7th, 2018

Hinkal Flyover to open before Dasara
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Hinkal Flyover to open before Dasara

Mysuru: The much-delayed work on the construction of flyover on Mysuru-Hunsur Highway near Hinkal will be completed before this Dasara. It is the first-ever flyover being constructed by Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) in the city and that too on a crucial road that links Mysuru to Kodagu and Dakshina Kannada. Officials and workers are…

Cops chase cop to get quarters vacated
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Cops chase cop to get quarters vacated

Mysuru: Here is a case of Police Department making desperate efforts to evict a Police Constable from his official quarters. The Police Constable, who has been dismissed from service following dereliction of duties, has refused to vacate the department quarters and the Police top brass have now directed their subordinate officers to forcibly vacate him…

Step-by-step: Jumbo training begins
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Step-by-step: Jumbo training begins

Mysuru:  Led by mighty Arjuna, the Golden Howdah-carrying elephant, the first batch of six elephants began their training this morning to acclimatise themselves to roads and traffic on the Jumboo Savari route. The first batch of elephants which arrived in Mysuru on Sept. 2, were housed at Aranya Bhavan in Ashokapuram before they were welcomed…

Search for new VC for Mysore University: Tug-of-war between Govt. and Governor’s Office intensifies
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Search for new VC for Mysore University: Tug-of-war between Govt. and Governor’s Office intensifies

Mysuru: The tug-of-war between the State Government and the Office of the Governor over constitution of Search Panel to select a regular Vice-Chancellor to University of Mysore (UoM) has intensified. The controversy began after the Governor-Chancellor rejected the names recommended by the Search Panel headed by Prof. H.P. Khincha. The panel was asked by the…

Use only eco-friendly Ganesha idols: DC
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Use only eco-friendly Ganesha idols: DC

Mysuru: Deputy Commissioner Abhiram G. Sankar has stated that Gowri – Ganesha festivals should be celebrated with eco-friendly idols, as using toxic paints, Ganeshas made out of Plaster of Paris (PoP) and paper moulds will pollute water bodies once they are immersed in them. He was addressing a press conference on ban of PoP and…

‘Accident death rates climbing in country’
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‘Accident death rates climbing in country’

Joint Transport Commissioner inaugurates Maha Loan Mela Mysuru: The number of road accidents causing deaths and injuries is going up daily and every year our country is losing more than Rs.100 crore, said Joint Transport Commissioner Dr. C. T. Murthy. He was speaking after inaugurating the two-day Maha Loan Mela, organised by Mahindra and Mahindra…

A day to remember your Newspaper Boy
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A day to remember your Newspaper Boy

Hunsur:  Newspaper reading is a habit. But when you do not find a regular newspaper in your hands at the regular reading time, it causes anxiety, then desperation and finally frustration. Angry calls are made to the newspaper distributor/ agent and even to the newspaper office asking why the favourite newspaper was not delivered. Calmness…

Visually Challenged appointed UoM PG Department Chairman
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Visually Challenged appointed UoM PG Department Chairman

Mysuru: In a bold move, the University of Mysore (UoM) has appointed a visually challenged person as the Chairman of a Post Graduate Department in Manasagangothri. This is the first time in the 102-year history of the University that a person who is visually challenged has been appointed. Assistant Professor Krishna R. Hombal is the…

Organisations stage protest against rising fuel prices
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Organisations stage protest against rising fuel prices

Mysuru:  Strongly condemning the inaction of the Union Government in controlling rising fuel prices, members of various organisations staged demonstrations in city yesterday. Activists of Karnataka Sena Pade staged a demonstration at Mahatma Gandhi’s bust opposite the city Law Courts complex. Claiming that the common man is hit hard by rising prices of petrol, diesel…

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