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Neurosurgical camp on Apr.14

Srian Envisions, Mysuru, will be conducting a free Neurosurgical Health Camp at No.32, 15th Cross, V.V. Mohalla (Vontikoppal), near Kalidasa Road, at 10 am on Apr.14 (Sunday). Dr. Anil Sangli, Senior Neuro and Spine Surgeon, will take part. People suffering from headache, neck and back pain, loss of consciousness, fits, difficulty in walking, learning, disabilities,…

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Study book for FDA and SDA

JSS Mahavidyapeetha Executive Secretary Dr. C.J. Betsurmath will release ‘Adhyayana,’ a study book for the written exam to be conducted by the Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) for recruitment to First Division Assistant (FDA)/ Second Division Assistant (SDA) posts, at a programme to take place at Lakshmipuram Government High School and PU College premises on…

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S.M. Krishna in city tomorrow

Former Chief Minister S.M. Krishna will be in city tomorrow to take part in the inaugural function of Neuro Zone (Brain-Spine Institute and Research Centre), the new wing of Gopala Gowda Shanthaveri Memorial Hospital (GGSMH), at the hospital premises in Nazarbad on Apr.10. Suttur Seer Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji will inaugurate the Centre at 11…

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Last rites tomorrow

The last rites of Karnatak classical vocalist of Mysuru, Vid. L. Ramasesha (72), father of playback singer Vijay Prakash, who passed away yesterday, will be held after 8 am tomorrow (Apr.9) at Muktidhama in Vijayanagar 4th Stage and not at the foot of Chamundi Hill as published in ‘SOM’ yesterday.

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Sangeethotsava from Apr.14

Sri Ramabhyudaya Sabha Charitable Trust has organised ‘Sangeethotsava’ at Alamma Choultry, Kunchitigara Sangha, Shivarampet, from Apr.14 to 29. Padma Vibhushan Dr. Umayalapuram K. Shivaraman will inaugurate the Music Fest. Industrialist and art patron K.V. Murthy will be the chief guest. Trust President Dr. N. Sriram will preside, according to a press release.

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Ramanavami programmes

Sri Shankara Jayanti Sabha, Saraswathipuram, has organised cultural programmes from 5 pm to 7.30 pm everyday from Apr.12 to 14 as part of Ramanavami celebrations. Abhisheka, Archane and other puja rituals will be held from 9.30 am and Mahamangalarati will be performed at 11.30 am. Srirama Bhakta Vrinda Seva Trust, J.P. Nagar, has organised 18th…

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Sharana Sangama

Basava Kendra, Mysuru, has organised the 210th Sharana Sangama at Basava Kendra on Basaveshwara Road in Agrahara tomorrow (Apr.9) at 5.30 pm. Writer Dr. C. Naganna will deliver a talk on ‘Sharanara Pari Bere…?’ Sri Basavayogiprabhu Swamiji will grace the occasion. Manthra Maharshi musical troupe from Gowrishankar Nagar will present Vachana recital.

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Three-day trek to Uttara Kannada

People Tree, Siddarthanagar, has organised a three-day trekking expedition along the banks of Aghanashini River in Uttara Kannada district from Apr.19 to Apr.21. During the trek, participants will visit some waterfalls, bird-watching with tent pitching and other activities. Those interested may contact Shiva Shankar on 94488-55199 / 94800-95563.

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Liquor ban on polling and vote counting days

To ensure a smooth conduct of elections to Lok Sabha on Apr.18 and counting of votes on May. 23, the Deputy Commissioner in a press release has ordered closure of all liquor shops, storage and transportation of liquor in the district from 6 pm on Apr.16 till mid-night on Apr.18 and again from mid-night on…

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Ph.D awarded

Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belgaum, has awarded Ph.D in Computer Science to V. Shubha Rao of BMS College of Engineering, Bengaluru, for her thesis titled ‘Design and Development of Efficient Strategies for Communication Services in Internet of Things’, submitted under the guidance of Dr. M. Dakshayini.

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