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Mysore Palace to remain closed

The Mysore Palace will remain closed for visitors today (Jan.22), following the demise of Siddaganga Seer at Tumakuru on Monday. As the Government has declared a three-day mourning, the ‘Sound and Light’ show has been cancelled from Jan.21 to 23. The tourists will be allowed inside the Palace from January 23 and the ‘Sound and…

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Calling SSLC students

The 69th Republic Day will be celebrated at Genius College of Science and Commerce, KBL Layout, near Devegowda Circle, Bannur Road, on Jan.26. A one-day workshop for SSLC students on “How to face the exam without fear” will also be held on the occasion. Senior journalist K.J. Mariyappa will inaugurate the workshop. Rashtriya Ratna Awardee…

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Book release

IPS officer Dr. Dharanidevi Malagatti’s two works titled ‘Dharani Chutuku Kavithegalu’ and ‘Bhagavatha Bhavageetha’ will be released at a programme jointly organised by Vaidyvartha Prakashana and Sri Maata Prakashana at the Institution of Engineers on JLB Road at 10.30 am on Jan.28. IGP (Southern Range) K.V. Sharath Chandra will inaugurate the programme. Veteran writer H.S….

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Workshop on ‘Solar energy’

Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL) will be organising a workshop for women on use of solar power in homes, domestic power saving and efficient use of LPG cylinders, at the Institution of Engineers-India (IEI) on JLB Road in city on Jan.24. The event will also feature a solar expo. Prior registration is a must…

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Scholarship

The Babbur Kamme Sangha, having office on Sahukar Channaiah Road, Saraswathipuram in city, has invited applications from community students for awarding student scholarship. Application form can be collected from the Sangha office and the same must be returned before Feb.10. For details, contact Mob: 96325-51192 or 98451-20070.

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Programmes cancelled

Following the demise of Siddaganga Seer Sri Shivakumara Swamiji yesterday, the following events in city stands cancelled: The annual day celebrations of Al-Kabir Nursery, Primary and High School, scheduled for today; The events of Chinnara Chilume organised by Nele Hinnele from Jan.22 to 24; Special Clinic ‘Breathe healthy’ organised by JSS Academy of Higher Education…

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Calling artists to take back art works

With the Dasara exhibition ending on Jan. 9, the Women and Child Dasara Sub-Committee has asked all exhibitors to take back their art works kept for display at Dasara exhibition premises, before Jan. 25. For details, call Mob: 91102-13807 or 96116-00103.

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Yakshagana Training

The Department of Kannada and Culture has invited applications from SC/ ST youths to undergo 5-month Yakshagana training and stage performances under Karnataka Yakshagana Academy’s Special Component Plan and Tribal Sub-Plan. Training will be provided in various forms of Yakshagana art like Tenkuthittu, Badaguthittu, Mudalapaya, Kelike, Ghattadakore, Gombeyata and Talamaddale. Interested youths may obtain the…

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2nd Intl. Kempegowda Utsav at Singapore on Feb.23

The second International Nadaprabhu Kempegowda and  Kannadotsav, organised by Vishwa Vokkaligara Mahavedike, will be held on Feb.23 at Singapore. Speaking to reporters recently, Vedike President Y.D. Ravishankar said that such a programme was successfully held at Dubai previous year. Nudi Namana to late actor Ambarish and debate on Kempegowda will be among the events. Adichunchanagiri…

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Workshop on TDS on Salaries and Others

Bhavani Associates, Mysuru, has arranged a workshop on TDS on Salaries & Others on  Jan. 22 (Tuesday) at 10.30 am at Rotary Children’s Library Hall, JLB Road. Sheela Sundareshan, Income Tax Officer, TDS Ward-1 Mysuru, will deliver the keynote address.  M.V. Shankara, Chartered Accountant,  Madhavan & Company, Mysuru, will speak. The workshop is beneficial to…

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