Date: September 12th, 2018

Gowri-Ganesha Fest pervades city
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Gowri-Ganesha Fest pervades city

Mysuru: Women dressed in their best finery were seen thronging temples across the city to offer puja to Goddess Gowri this morning, apart from performing Gowri puja at their houses. The idol of Swarna Gowri has been installed in most of the temples, including the 101 Ganapathi Temple in Agrahara, Amriteshwara Temple on Dewan’s Road,…

Coalition Government under threat as Jarkiholis up pressure
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Coalition Government under threat as Jarkiholis up pressure

Bengaluru: In a fresh trouble for the Congress, the Jarkiholi brothers of Belagavi have threatened to mock the JD(S)-Congress Coalition Government if the party failed to meet their demands, which include keeping Minister D.K. Shivakumar from interfering in the politics of their Belagavi fiefdom. Ramesh and Satish Jarkiholi, who have accused Shivakumar of interfering in…

Dos and Don’ts for Ganesha Fest: City Police issue strict guidelines
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Dos and Don’ts for Ganesha Fest: City Police issue strict guidelines

Mysuru: As the Heritage City readies to plunge into the festive season beginning with Ganesha Chaturthi on Sept.13, the City Police have issued strict guidelines to ensure smooth conduct of the celebrations. They have also clamped strict restrictions on the use of loudspeakers during the pujas. The sound limits should be adhered to the stipulated…

Iconic elephant sculpture at Highway Circle vandalised again
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Iconic elephant sculpture at Highway Circle vandalised again

Mysuru: The iconic elephant sculpture fountain, a gift by the Brigade Group, at Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Circle, popularly known as ‘Highway Circle,’ which already has been subjected to repeated vandalism by political parties and private organisations by sticking posters, has been vandalised yet again for the third time. This time it is not disfigured…

Anti-Poaching Camp opened at Veeranahosahalli
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Anti-Poaching Camp opened at Veeranahosahalli

Bengaluru: An Anti-Poaching Camp, named after S. Manikandan, Conservator of Forests and the Director of the Nagarahole Tiger Reserve, who was trampled  by a wild tusker at the Doddabyrana Kuppe Forests on the World Wildlife Day on Mar.3 this year, was inaugurated yesterday on the Forest Martyrs Day at Veeranahosahalli Wildlife Range in Nagarahole Tiger…

Central team arrives in Kodagu to take stock of flood situation
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Central team arrives in Kodagu to take stock of flood situation

Kushalnagar: A three-member Central team arrived in Kodagu today to analyse the havoc caused by floods and landslides across the district last month. The Central Committee comprising Anil Mallick, Jitender Panwar and Dr. Ponuswamy will conduct an inspection at Harangi Dam near Kushalnagar this afternoon to take stock of the situation. The team met Kodagu…

Kodagu train connectivity to end at Kushalnagar
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Kodagu train connectivity to end at Kushalnagar

Mysuru:  The controversial Mysuru-Madikeri line, which the environmentalists are opposing strongly as it will damage the ecologically sensitive zone, will be terminated at Kushalnagar only. This fact came to light when MP Pratap Simha enquired the status of the new line survey between Mysuru to Madikeri via Kushalnagar. He suggested that it should be restricted…

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