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COVID-19: Seven more positive cases today in Mysuru
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COVID-19: Seven more positive cases today in Mysuru

April 6, 2020

Mysuru/Mysore: Today, seven more people from Mysuru tested positive. As per the media bulletin released by the Health Department this afternoon, 20-year-old P154, contact of P104 (brother), 37-year-old P155, 57-year-old P156 and 22-year-old P157 with a history of travel to Delhi, 26-year-old P158 (details yet to receive), 32-year-old P159 (female), Jubilant Pharmaceutical Company worker as…

Coronavirus hits MCC Property Tax collection
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Coronavirus hits MCC Property Tax collection

April 5, 2020

All Zonal Offices closed due to lockdown; no revenue generation since Mar. 25 No five percent rebate and no online tax payment facility until further notice Mysore/Mysuru: Amidst reports that India’s real estate market will see a significant price correction — prices may come down by 10 percent to 30 percent — for the first…

No shortage of essential items at super markets, shops
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No shortage of essential items at super markets, shops

April 5, 2020

Public need not panic as there is uninterrupted supply of fresh stocks  Mysore/Mysuru: Be it Big Bazaar, Easyday, Loyal World, More or A to Z, all super markets and neighbourhood Kirana shops in city, all have adequate stocks of essential commodities and Mysureans need not get worked up and resort to panic-buying. Fresh stocks are…

Myth of bats spreading Coronavirus: Two trees chopped off in city
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Myth of bats spreading Coronavirus: Two trees chopped off in city

April 5, 2020

Myth-buster posters clear misconceptions that bats, pet animals spread Coronavirus Mysore/Mysuru: A series of ‘Myth-Busters: COVID-19’ posters is doing rounds in social media spreading awareness and myths about pet dogs, cats and bats. This comes in the wake of misinformation being spread that bats, dogs and cats could spread Coronavirus. Also, trees that are populated…

Mutton merchants still sell meat for Rs. 600 per kg
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Mutton merchants still sell meat for Rs. 600 per kg

April 5, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: With the district authorities permitting mutton and chicken shops to open three days a week (Tuesday, Friday and Sunday), almost all mutton and chicken shops in city witnessed a huge rush with meat lovers thronging mutton shops since early morning today. While most shops ensured that customers maintained social distancing, the Police had to…

No business activities after 6 pm till Apr. 14
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No business activities after 6 pm till Apr. 14

April 5, 2020

Stringent action to be taken against violators, warns Police Chief Deputy Commissioner urges citizens to co-operate Mysore/Mysuru: As people are unnecessarily moving around on roads in the guise of providing help or seeking help and also not maintaining social distance during purchase of essential commodities, City Police Commissioner Dr. Chandragupta has ordered closure of all…

Feeding the hungry strays
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Feeding the hungry strays

April 5, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Following the nationwide lockdown and closure of hotels and roadside eateries, stray animals are left starving. Noting this, various Associations and Organisations have been feeding the stray animals across the city every day.  City’s Namma Mysore Foundation too launched a stray animal feeding programme. Foundation Managing Trustee K. Dasharatha said, “Due to lockdown, many…

Donald Trump requests PM Modi to release Anti-Malarial Drug
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Donald Trump requests PM Modi to release Anti-Malarial Drug

April 5, 2020

Washington: US President Donald Trump on Saturday said that he has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to supply hydroxychloroquine tablets that can be used to treat COVID-19 patients. “After call today with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is giving serious consideration to releasing the hold it put on a US order for hydroxychloroquine,” US…

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