Deleted names disappoint voters  in Mysuru
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Deleted names disappoint voters in Mysuru

Mysuru: In spite of the relentless efforts of the Election Commission and the District Administration to enhance poll percentage, there was a flip side too as there were reports about many enthusiastic voters returning disappointed after finding their names deleted from the list. Nagesh and Jayalakshmi, residents of CFTRI Employees Layout, Bogadi, R. Vijayakumar, a…

Mandya records 80.23% voting by 8 pm
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Mandya records 80.23% voting by 8 pm

Mandya: Barring minor incidents of poll clash in few pockets, brisk and peaceful polling was reported in all the 2,046 polling booths in the high-voltage Mandya constituency due to the contest of high-profile candidates, from this morning. The constituency, which has eight Assembly segments, recorded 80.23 percent of voting by 8 pm. According to Assembly…

Peaceful Polling at Chamarajanagar
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Peaceful Polling at Chamarajanagar

Chamarajanagar: Voting began on a moderate to brisk note this morning in all the 2,005 polling booths across Chamarajanagar Lok Sabha constituency. Polling was by large peaceful at all the eight Assembly segments of the constituency — Chamarajanagar, Hanur, Kollegal and Gundlupet of Chamarajanagar district and Varuna, Nanjangud,  H.D. Kote and T. Narasipur of Mysuru…

Three days rain with thunderstorm in Karnataka likely
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Three days rain with thunderstorm in Karnataka likely

Bengaluru: Unseasonal rain is likely to lash the State including places like Bengaluru, Mysuru, Mandya, Tumakuru, south and north interior Karnataka and other parts, predicted the Meteorological Department. The rains are  likely to be accompanied by thunderstorm. There is apprehension that this might affect the first phase of elections in Karnataka. Including Tamil Nadu, heavy…

594 villagers boycott polls in Hunsur
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594 villagers boycott polls in Hunsur

Hunsur: Over 594 voters boycotted the election at Billenahosalli – Chandanagiri polling booth number 159, dominated by tribals in Hunsur taluk accusing the failure of the Government to take up development works in their village. The villagers had threatened of a poll boycott and even held protest last week demanding enough drinking water, good roads…

Exclusively decorated ‘Sakhi’ booth
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Exclusively decorated ‘Sakhi’ booth

Hunsur: The Women’s Pre-University College in the town has been designated as ‘Sakhi’ polling booth for the Lok Sabha elections in Mysuru-Kodagu Constituency which is totally manned by women and exclusively decorated. Vehicles have been arranged to bring the aged and disabled voters to the booth. A selfie zone is also set up in the…

‘A truly Smart City gives equal opportunity to all its residents’
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‘A truly Smart City gives equal opportunity to all its residents’

Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu on Dr. Shalini Rajneesh’s book ‘Making of a Smart City’ New Delhi:  “The writers of the book ‘Making of a Smart City,’ Dr. S.L. Goel and Dr. Shalini Rajneesh, have portrayed the concept of modern cities based on happiness index of its citizens. This is a new and welcome perspective,” said Vice-…

EC suspends State IAS Officer for checking PM’s copter
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EC suspends State IAS Officer for checking PM’s copter

He was deputed as Poll Observer at Odisha New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) yesterday suspended a General Observer belonging to Karnataka IAS cadre for allegedly checking Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s helicopter in Odisha’s Sambalpur on Tuesday. Mohammed Mohsin was suspended with immediate effect for acting contrary to the instructions of the Commission concerning SPG…

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