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Photo expo and contest

Marking Wildlife Week-2018, Forest Department is organising an exhibition and contest of photographs of wildlife and on biodiversity. Interested people and amateur photographs should send hard copies of photographs of size 12 cm x 18 cm before Sept.24 to DCF, Wildlife Division, Mysuru. For details, contact Ph: 0821-2481159.

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LIC launches ‘Jeevan Shanthi’ scheme

Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), has launched a new insurance plan named ‘Jeevan Shanthi’ with an intention to provide life-long regular income in the form of pension. Jeevan Shanthi plan is available for individual or joint lives, above the age of 30. The plan provides a unique option of taking either immediate or deferred…

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Two-day National Seminar on Swami Vivekananda at UoM

A  two-day National Seminar on Swami Vivekananda Maanavtavaada- Ondu Lokasangraha Drushti, organised by the  DoS in Philosophy, Swami Vivekananda Chair, University of Mysore will be held on Sept.17 and 18 at Educational Multimedia Research Centre (EMRC) Hall, Manasagangothri in city. Sept.17: Swami Veereshanandaji, Sri Ramakrishna Vivekananda Ashrama, Tumakuru will inaugurate. UoM Registrar Prof.R. Rajanna will…

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Consumers outreach programme by TRAI

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Bengaluru, has organised a Consumers Outreach Programme on Sept.17 at 2 pm at Maharaja’s College Centenary Hall in city. TRAI Advisor Shreenivas S. Galagali will address the gathering.  Public may attend the programme to know about their rights and duties as subscribers of cellphone, land phone, cable TV etc….

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Free workshop for M.Com. students

T.T.L. College of Business Management  has organised a free workshop on NET/K-SET for M.Com. students on Sept. 18 at the College premises in Saraswathipuram from 2 pm to 4 pm. Those intersted may enroll  before Sept. 17. For details and registration email to [email protected] or call M. Manoj Kumar, Assistant Professor on Mob: 86188-81099.  …

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Inauguration at Maharani’s College

Cultural, sports and NSS activities will be inaugurated at Maharani’s Science College for Women (MSCW) on Sept.17 at 10.30 am. Higher Education Minister G.T. Devegowda will inaugurate. MLA L. Nagendra will be the chief guest. Department of College Education Director Prof. H. Udayashankar will preside, according to a press release.  

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Vishwakarma Jayanti on Sept.17

The District Administration, Department of Kannada and Culture and District Vishwakarma Jayantothsava Samithi will celebrate Vishwakarma Jayanti-2018 on Sept.17 at 1 pm at Kalamandira in city. District In-charge Minister G.T. Devegowda will inaugurate. Sri Vishwakarma  Mahasamsthana Mutt Seer Sri Shivasugnana Teertha Mahaswamiji will grace the occasion. Tourism Minister S.R. Mahesh and ZP President Nayeema Sultana…

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LPG crematorium closed from Sept. 16 to 18

As a new chimney is being installed at the LPG Crematorium at the foot of Chamundi Hill, the crematorium will be closed from Sept. 16 to 18. However, cremation can be held using firewood, according to a press release from Mysore City Corporation (MCC).  

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Power disruption on Sept. 17, 18

Due to emergency maintenance works to be taken up by CESC on  Sept.17 and 18, there will be no power between 10 am and 5 pm in the following areas: Sept.17- Talakadu, B. Shattalli, Banave, Duddapura, Hemmige, Karavatti and surrounding villages. Sept.18- Mugur, Kotthegala, Aalagudu, Vatal, Mugurumole, Kothavadi, Kothavadimole and surrounding  villages, according to a…

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No power tomorrow

Owing to emergency maintenance works, power supply will be disrupted tomorrow between 10 am and 5 pm in the following areas: C.V. Road ‘A’ Layout, Tilak Nagar, Wellesley  Road, Ummar Khyam Road, Pulikeshi Road, B.B. Keri, Cauvery Nagar and surrounding areas, according to press release from CESC.

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