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Independence Day sidelights
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Independence Day sidelights

A tongawallah drew the attention of people by painting his horses in Tri-colours and the colours of Karnataka Flag, thus displaying his patriotism near Chamaraja Wadiyar Circle in front of the Mysore Palace.

I-Day sidelights
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I-Day sidelights

The Mysuru Hotel Owners Association had displayed a 100 ft. long cake at its premises in Krishnamurthypuram with the pictures of freedom fighters, former Prime Ministers and also the newspaper cuttings which was one of the major attractions of the Independence Day yesterday.

Midnight Run
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Midnight Run

As part of the Independence Day celebrations, a midnight run was organised at the North Gate of the Mysore Palace. MP Pratap Simha, MLA S.A. Ramdas, City BJP President Dr. B.H. Manjunath, leaders B.P. Manjunath, S.K. Dinesh hoisted the National Flag and later participated in the midnight run.

Donation to cancer patient
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Donation to cancer patient

Helping Hands, a Jain Youth Organisation, under its Health Project, provided financial aid towards the treatment of cancer patient R. Shivkumar, who is undergoing treatment at city’s Radiant Hospital. President of Helping Hands Mahaveer Khabiya, Secretary Anand Patwa, Treasurer Rajan Baghmar, Members Manoharlal Sankala, Jambu Lodha, Sunil Patwa, Dinesh Bohara, Jaichand Ranka, Mahaveer Dhoka, Goutham…

Mysurean bags Science Award
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Mysurean bags Science Award

Prof. Praveen C. Ramamurthy, Head, Material Science Department at Indian Institute of Technology, is seen receiving Prof. Satish Dawan Award-2018 from Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy, who is also the President of Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST) at a function held at J.N.Tata Auditorium, IISc., Bengaluru, recently. Also seen are Minister K.J.George (partly)…

Not mist, but a smoke screen
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Not mist, but a smoke screen

Even as cities like New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru are grappling with air pollution and thick smog covering the atmosphere early in the morning, our city of Mysuru is not far behind. This picture of sun’s rays penetrating through smoke was captured by freelance photographer G.S. Ravishankar near the Institution of Engineers, on the road…

Wins Champion Trainer Trophy
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Wins Champion Trainer Trophy

Trainer C.D. Monnappa receiving the Champion Trainer Trophy for the Mysuru Season from Mysore Race Club (MRC) Chairman G. Venkatesh in city yesterday as MRC Steward Dr. N. Nithyananda Rao and others look on.

Camouflaged chameleon…
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Camouflaged chameleon…

Many believe that chameleons change their colour to blend into their environment. But research says, in contrary to the popular belief, while some species can change colour whenever they want, most chameleons’ colour change happens in response to heightened emotions or new habitats. Some chameleons change colours when they feel angry or fearful, while others…

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