Date: February 3rd, 2019

Setting fire to dry grass and plants in vacant places on the rise
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Setting fire to dry grass and plants in vacant places on the rise

February 3, 2019

Such acts kill birds, reptiles and cause problems to humans Mysuru:  With summer fast approaching and grass and plants drying up, there is a rise in incidents where miscreants are setting fire to dry grass and plants at vacant places in city which are not only killing birds and reptiles, which have taken shelter there,…

Science models by students attract visitors at Suttur Jathra
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Science models by students attract visitors at Suttur Jathra

February 3, 2019

Suttur: The second day of the ongoing Suttur Jathra yesterday featured a very interesting Science exhibition with students of various schools presenting science models evincing curiosity and interest among the visitors. About 150 models were on display spread over in 10 sections. Students of Suttur School had created a model of the Polar Satellite Launch…

Lip-smacking dishes at Gujarati Food Fest
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Lip-smacking dishes at Gujarati Food Fest

February 3, 2019

Mysuru: A day-long Gujarati food fest-Anand Mela, that began at Gujarati Samaj Bhavan, 2nd Main, Eighth Cross, Yadavagiri in city is attracting hundreds of people from all walks of life and local residents. The fest also features sale and exhibition of Gujarati arts and crafts, home-made products and other articles. Entry to the festival is…

Alleged sexual harassment on girl students: Ekalavya School Principal arrested
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Alleged sexual harassment on girl students: Ekalavya School Principal arrested

February 3, 2019

Hanur: Hanur Police, have arrested the Principal of a Residential School under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act on charges of sexually harassing girl students during an educational tour. The arrested is M. Lokesh, Principal of Ekalavya Residential School at Mangala village. Following complaints that the accused Principal during an educational tour on…

State-level Mathematics-Science Olympiad to conclude this evening
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State-level Mathematics-Science Olympiad to conclude this evening

February 3, 2019

Mysuru: A two-day State-level Mathematics-Science Olympiad for the first three winners at the District-level event, organised jointly by Karnataka Rajya Vijnana Parishat (KRVP), Department of Science and Technology and Department of Public Instruction at Vijnana Bhavan in Manasagangothri here, will conclude this evening. Yesterday, about 100 students of 9th standard of various schools in the…

Agriculture Seminar, Kondothsava, Laksha Deepothsava at Suttur
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Agriculture Seminar, Kondothsava, Laksha Deepothsava at Suttur

February 3, 2019

Mysuru: Following are the events to be held tomorrow (Feb.4) as part of the Annual Jathra Mahotsava at Suttur in Nanjangud: 4 am: Karthur Gadduge, Maharudrabhisheka; 6.30 am:  Peace-prayer Friendship March; 7.30 am: Shatsthala Flag Hoisting – Sri Channabasava Deshikendra Swamiji, Sri Saleelakhya Mutt, Bettadapura and Kannada Mutt, Bettageri, Virajpet. Message – Sri Immadi Basavarajendra…

Social service leads to self-satisfaction: Ex-State Women’s Commission Chief
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Social service leads to self-satisfaction: Ex-State Women’s Commission Chief

February 3, 2019

Mysuru: Former Chairperson of the State Women’s Commission and Advocate Manjula Manasa has said that one can gain self-satisfaction by involving in social service. She was speaking after inaugurating  ‘Samarpana Educational and Endowment Trust’ at the Chayadevi Orphanage here on Jan.28. She said that birth and death is a natural phenomenon and our achievement during…

Road barricades get a makeover
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Road barricades get a makeover

February 3, 2019

Mysuru: With most of the road barricades put up by the Police seems to have worn out with the passage of time, the city Police on Saturday launched a drive for giving a makeover to road barricades. Following complaints on the poor state of barricades, city Police Commissioner K.T. Balakrishna directed for repair and painting…

‘Infant mortality has come down but children with learning disability is increasing’
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‘Infant mortality has come down but children with learning disability is increasing’

February 3, 2019

Mysuru: “We can easily recognise severe developmental delay among new-born babies that amounts to 10 per cent but minor developmental delay like learning disability, behavioural problem and other academic activities is difficult to recognise early, so sometimes learning disabilities and speech language disorders are identified at pre-school level,” said Dr. Rajendra Kumar, Associate Professor, Department…

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