Date: October 21st, 2021

Rains cause landslip at Chamundi Hill again
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Rains cause landslip at Chamundi Hill again

October 21, 2021

Retaining wall near Nandi Statue caves in Repair works to begin tomorrow, says DC Vulnerable spots atop Hill to be surveyed Mysore/Mysuru: Two years after a major landslide was reported atop the Chamundi Hill near the Nandi Statue, one more landslide close to the same area last night has spread panic among residents, commuters and…

Only 4.60 ft. left for KRS Dam to be full
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Only 4.60 ft. left for KRS Dam to be full

October 21, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: With the water level at KRS reservoir in Srirangapatna taluk crossing 120.20 ft. mark at 6 am today, the reservoir is left with 4.60 ft. to reach its maximum capacity of 124.80 ft. Today’s inflow to KRS dam is 8,736 cusecs, while the total outflow to river and canals is 6,721 cusecs.  With Kodagu…

Heavy rains predicted in Mysuru today also
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Heavy rains predicted in Mysuru today also

October 21, 2021

Normal life, traffic, power supply disrupted, roads turn into rivers, trees uprooted in yesterday’s downpour Mysore/Mysuru: Heavy downpour not only disrupted normal life in city yesterday evening but also disrupted traffic and power supply leaving tourists, who had come to city to view Dasara illumination, a disappointed lot. Giving small breaks, the rain continued to…

Ambaari’s Dasara illumination tour a hit
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Ambaari’s Dasara illumination tour a hit

October 21, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Illuminated streets of Mysuru, photos and videos on social media about the roof-top trips amidst the evening pleasant weather and, of course, the VVIP trip taken atop the bus by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and a few of his Cabinet colleagues recently have popularised and given enough publicity to Ambaari, the double-decker hop-on and…

Miscreants pelt stones at Ambaari bus; glass broken
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Miscreants pelt stones at Ambaari bus; glass broken

October 21, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Last evening, a few miscreants threw stones at one of the Ambaari buses during its routine city rounds near Highway Circle (Moulana Abul Kalam  Azad Circle) just before it rained and broke the vehicle’s glasses. Fortunately, no tourists or the KSTDC staff were injured. According to KSTDC Officers, the miscreants were standing by the…

Police Martyrs Day observed in city
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Police Martyrs Day observed in city

October 21, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: “Criminals find ways to escape punishment due to lapses in the procedure. You should investigate well, file charge-sheet and take proper measures by collecting all evidences so that criminals are brought to book. Only then your efforts will bear fruit,” said Principal District and Sessions Court Judge M.L. Raghunath. He was speaking after receiving…

Villagers shout, throw stones to chase wild tusker at Hunsur
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Villagers shout, throw stones to chase wild tusker at Hunsur

October 21, 2021

Hunsur: Fed up by the constant inaction by the Forest Department despite many appeals and damages to crops, the residents of Tibetan Colony at Hunsur drove away a marauding wild elephant that had entered their habitat. Using shouting crowds and stones as weapons, the villagers chased the elephant from the plantations. A wild tusker entered…

Prof. Nadig Krishnamurthy’s Birth Centenary celebrated
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Prof. Nadig Krishnamurthy’s Birth Centenary celebrated

October 21, 2021

New building of Journalism Department to be completed soon: UoM VC Mysore/Mysuru: Maintaining that it is a special moment for the University of Mysore (UoM) to celebrate the Birth Centenary of the doyen of Journalism Prof. Nadig Krishnamurthy and the 50th year of the setting up of Journalism Department at UoM together, UoM Vice-Chancellor Prof….

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