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Zoo animals adopted

The following persons have adopted the animals of Mysuru Zoo under “Adoption of Animals” scheme by paying the Adoption Fee: R. Gowtham Raj, Mysuru – King Cobra (Rs.3,500); Vineeth S. Vishwamithra, Mysuru – Great Hornbill (Rs.5,000); Trinath Nayak, Odisha – Red Avadavit (Rs.1,000); Vishwanath Gade, Haryana – Western Grey Parrot (Rs.2,000); Dr. Padma, Guntur –…

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‘Srimaya Kalaposhaka’ Award

Yakshagana exponent G.S. Bhatta will be conferred with ‘Srimaya Kalaposhaka’ award during the Keremane Shambhu Hegde Rashtriya Natyotsava to be held at Gunavante in Honnavara taluk on Feb.2. G.S. Bhatta has been teaching Badagatittu Yakshagana in Mysuru for over four decades now and has been organising Yakshagana performances in city by renowned artistes.

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Inauguration of new Tanishq showroom

Tanishq, one of the largest jewellery brands in India, will be opening its new Showroom near Suburban Bus Stand in city on Jan.25. Marking the inauguration, there is an offer of free gold coins (conditions apply) with every jewellery purchase from Jan.25 to 27. For details, contact Ph: 0821-4280074/ 24 or Mob: 99804-80073.

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Mega eye screening camp

Mysore Race Club (MRC) Eye Hospital has organised a free mega eye screening camp at its premises in Siddarthanagar on Jan.28 from 9 am to 1 pm. For details, contact Ph: 0821-2472102.

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Devotional Song Contest on Jan.27

Satyadhyana Bhajana Mandali will be conducting a Purandaradasa Devotional songs contest at Raghavendraswamy Mutt premises in Jayalakshmipuram at 3 pm on Jan.27 (Sunday). The contest is open for children aged between five and sixteen years. The contest will be held under three categories — Sub-Junior (5 to 8 years), Junior (9 to 12 years) and…

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Spiritual Retreat

Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari, Mysuru branch, has organised Spiritual Retreat on Jan.27 from 10 am to 3.30 pm at Vivekananda Kendra, 1st Main, Jayanagar. Yoga and Pranayama, Talk on Indian Culture and Swami Vivekananda, Guided Meditation, Holistic Health, Stress Management Techniques, Bhajan and Games will be held at the shibir. For details, contact Mob: 94494-88228.

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Rotary quiz finals on Jan.24

The final round of quiz contest for the students of 8th and 9th standards organised by Rotary Children’s Library Association, will be held on Jan.24 from 6.30 pm at the Rotary Centre on JLB Road in city. Rtn. C. Ravikumar will preside. The preliminary rounds of the quiz contest was held on Jan.18 in which…

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Udyoga Mela

A district-level Udyoga Mela (Job Fair) has been organised at the District Employment Exchange premises, Government Industrial Training Institute in N.R. Mohalla, on Jan.24 from 10 am to 4.30 pm, under National Career Service Project (NCSP) of the Central Government. Candidates, who have passed SSLC to degree including Engineering, can attend along with their bio-data….

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Ultra Marathon for Visually Impaired tomorrow

Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled, in association with Pinkathon, has organised the First Ultra Marathon for Visually Impaired from Mysuru to Bengaluru, commencing on Jan.23 from city. Pramoda Devi Wadiyar, MP Pratap Simha, Trust Founder- Managing Trustee G.K. Mahantesh and Pinkathon Founder Milind Soman will be present during the flag off at Mysore Palace premises…

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Zoo animals adopted

The following persons have adopted the animals of Mysuru Zoo under “Adoption of Animals” scheme: Srikantha Balika Proudashala, Mysuru – Common Peafowl (Rs.3,500); Awadh Vashist, Delhi – Rhesus Macaque (Rs.5,000); Mysore Refreshment, Ittigegudu – Spotted Whistling Duck (Rs.2,000); H.A. Abhishek, Mysuru – King Cobra (Rs.3,500); N. Prakash, Bengaluru – Peacock and Indian Cobra (Rs.7,500); Gagana…

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