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Millet crops

The Organic Farming Research Centre at Naganahalli in the taluk will be conducting a training session on growing millet crops on May 19. Interested farmers can register before May 16. For details, contact Ph:  0821-2591267 or 80952-27713, according to a press release.  

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Swati puja

Sri Lakshminarasimhaswami Temple of Melukote Yadugiri Yatiraj Mutt, Mysuru Branch, has organised ‘Swati puja’ and Sri  Lakshminarasimhaswami Jayanti at its premises in Jayalakshmipuram in city, on May 9. Mahasudarshana Sankalpa Homa and Special Abhisheka Seve at 7 am, Special decoration seve at 11.30 am, Mahamangalarati and Teertha Prasada distribution at 12.30 pm, Prakarotsava at 7.30…

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May Day contests for labourers

As part of May Day celebrations, the Indian People Theatre Association (IPTA), in association with Labour Welfare Board and AITUC, Mysuru District Committee, will be organising cultural contests for workers and their family members at 10.30 am on May 14 at K.V. Bhavan, No.2, 2nd Main, Kamakshi Hospital Road, Saraswathipuram. The contests include Bhavageethe, Janapadageethe…

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Micro-loans for entrepreneurs

The Karnataka Maharshi Valmiki Scheduled Tribe Development Corporation Limited (KMVSTDCL) has invited applications from eligible entrepreneurs for extending micro-loans under self-employment scheme, entrepreneurship development scheme, land ownership scheme, individual borewell scheme etc. The applicants can visit the Corporation’s Office located in Vijayanagar II Stage or log on to the website: www.karnataka.gov.in/kmvstdcl. Last date for applying…

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Educational loans for students  

D. Devaraj Urs Backward Classes Development Corporation will be extending educational loans upto Rs. 1 lakh at 2 percent annual rate of interest to Backward Class students studying BE, MBBS, BUMS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, MCA, M.Sc (Agri) and other professional courses after obtaining admission through CET. Backward Class students seeking loans for 2017-18, can get…

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Auction of seized vehicles

About 12 vehicles of various types, seized by Devaraja Police and remaining unclaimed, will be sold in public auction if the owners of those vehicles do not claim them with relevant documents within 10 days of publication of this notice, according to a press release.  

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Calling Backward Class students

The Backward Classes Welfare Department will be conducting free coaching classes for IAS, KAS and Banking Exams (2017-18). Eligible Backward Class students belonging to category-1, 2A, 3A and 3B can apply. The last date for submission of online applications is May 20. For details, visit the Department website: www.backwardclasses.kar.nic.in or call Ph: 080-65970009.

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No meat sale

On account of Buddha Purnima, all slaughter houses and meat shops located in the MCC limits have been ordered to shut down on May 10, according to MCC Veterinary Officer.  

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Talk on ‘Ways To Healthy Life’

Mysore Jilla Prakrithika Chikitsa Samsthe, Vidyaranyapuram, has organised a talk on ‘Ways To Healthy Life’ by Dr. Anjaneya Murthy, retired Professor, Government Ayurveda  College, Mysuru, on Sunday (May 7) at 3 pm at Sri Shivananda Jnanalaya, JLB Road, Lakshmipuram. For details, contact Dr. N. Krishna Murthy on Mob: 93420-73674.  

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