Date: February 2nd, 2019

City lad Abhilash selected for AIFF referees course
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City lad Abhilash selected for AIFF referees course

February 2, 2019

Mysuru lad M.S. Abhilash, who is presently doing his Sports Management course at SDMIMD, Mysuru, has been selected by the All India Football Federation (AIFF), for the AIFF Project future referees training course of 2019. Abhilash is the only Mysurean selected for this training along with four other upcoming referees from Bengaluru (two men and…

H.S.S. Aradhya
Obituary

H.S.S. Aradhya

February 2, 2019

Senior Journalist Somasundar Aradhya (H.S.S. Aradhya) passed away here on Friday following brief illness. A resident of Hullahalli in the taluk, he leaves behind his wife, a son and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at his native village Kirugavalu in Malavalli taluk this morning.

Alhaj Musthaq Ahmed
Obituary

Alhaj Musthaq Ahmed

February 2, 2019

Alhaj Musthaq Ahmed (86), retired Southern Railway employee and Member, Azam Baithul Mall passed yesterday. A resident of Ashoka Road West Cross 20, he leaves behind two sons and a host of relatives and friends. Namaz-e-Janaza was held today after Namaz Zoher at Masjid Azam Markaz Ahle Sunnath-wo-Jamath, Ashoka Road. Funeral took place at Muslim…

Lalitha Sadhu
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Lalitha Sadhu

February 2, 2019

Lalitha Sadhu (94), wife of late Jonathan Sadhu and a resident of Yadavagiri, passed away yesterday in city. A retired Head Mistress of Maharani’s Girls High School, she leaves behind a son, a daughter, grandchildren and a host of relatives, friends and students. Funeral service will be held at St. Bartholomew’s Church at 3 pm…

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