Date: September 8th, 2018

Finally, they can say they are Gay
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Finally, they can say they are Gay

When political parties know what is right, but cannot do it, they have a magic mantra they chant which is, “We leave it to the wisdom of the courts.” And thank God our Supreme Court has wise Heads because finally the Apex Court has decriminalised homosexuality. It is not only an important judgement for the Gay…

Woman accuses Swamiji of sexual harassment
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Woman accuses Swamiji of sexual harassment

Mysuru:  A woman from city has filed a Police complaint accusing Sri Vidyahamsa Bharathi Swamiji of sexual harassment, kidnap and assault. An FIR (Number 0135/2018) has been registered on Sept.7 at Kuvempunagar Police Station. The woman has also accused her husband of encouraging the Seer to sexually exploit her. Sri Vidyahamsa Bharathi Swamiji of Thridhama…

Volunteers lend a helping hand to displaced animals in Kodagu
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Volunteers lend a helping hand to displaced animals in Kodagu

Kushalnagar: The calamitous monsoon in Kodagu has left thousands of families without shelter and hundreds of animals displaced. While the Kodagu District Administration and volunteers from social organisations are doing every bit to ensure that the families are rehabilitated, a group of animal NGOs are trying their best to treat and comfort the animals who…

CM insists on Mayor post for JD(S)
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CM insists on Mayor post for JD(S)

Bengaluru: Even as the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) has thrown up a hung verdict, with no party getting an absolute majority in the 65-member civic body, Chief Minister (CM) H.D. Kumaraswamy is said to be holding parleys with the Congress on JD(S) retaining the Mayor post. In the previous Council, the JD(S), which aligned with…

180 Cops pass out from Police Training School
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180 Cops pass out from Police Training School

Mysuru: Over 180 Police Constable trainees from the Seventh Batch of Police Training School passed out at a colourful parade held at KSRP Fifth Battalion Parade Grounds on the Lalitha Mahal Road this morning. The trainees were trained for eight months from 1.1. 2018 and have been trained in all the basic aspects of policing,…

International workshop on ‘Speech Processing’ begins at AIISH
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International workshop on ‘Speech Processing’ begins at AIISH

Mysuru:  A lot of issues which have been posing problem in the past, have been  solved through technological revolution but still there is a lot of open research questions and main issues which need to be addressed, said Prof. Rainer  Martin from Ruhr-University, Bochum, Germany. He was speaking after inaugurating the two-day international workshop on…

Forest personnel sensitised on plight of mahouts
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Forest personnel sensitised on plight of mahouts

Mysuru: A two-day workshop was organised in city recently to build a rapport between mahouts and Forest Department personnel. More than 40 mahouts from across the State participated in the workshop that sensitised the officials regarding the plight of mahouts. The event was also a platform for mahouts to air their grievances. The workshop was…

Dog goes wild, on biting-spree in Ramakrishnanagar
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Dog goes wild, on biting-spree in Ramakrishnanagar

Mysuru: A dog that went wild attacked a child and many others injuring them, in Ramakrishnagar on Thursday. The dog attacked and bit the four-year-old grandchild of Nataraju, a resident of Ramakrishnanagar H Block, playing in front of the house. Later, the same dog has bitten another resident of E&F Block. The residents on seeing…

Gangothri Hostel boys stage snap stir
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Gangothri Hostel boys stage snap stir

Mysuru: Listing out various problems they were facing, nearly 250 students of the Old Boys Students Hostel in Manasagangothri, staged a snap stir here this morning, first in front of the hostel and later at the South Gate entrance of Gangothri near Kuvempu statue. Alleging that the facilities in the hostel were pathetic, the students…

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