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3 killed in landslide near Madikeri
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3 killed in landslide near Madikeri

Madikeri: Three people have been killed in landslides near Madikeri this morning and several people are feared trapped in landslides near Makkandur. Army has been called in and three helicopters have already left Bengaluru to reach Kodagu. However, the choppers are unable to land in Madikeri due to adverse weather conditions and the pilots were…

Mysuru-Bengaluru train travel time reduced
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Mysuru-Bengaluru train travel time reduced

Few trains partially classified as Superfast; Commuters travelling in these trains to pay Superfast surcharge of Rs.15 Mysuru: The travel time between Mysuru and Bengaluru has been reduced from yesterday after some existing trains on the route being partially classified as Superfast. Some of the trains which have been partially classified as Superfast are Mysuru-Mayiladuthurai…

Now Traffic Police at your doorstep to recover fines
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Now Traffic Police at your doorstep to recover fines

Another drive to seize vehicles without valid insurance from Aug.27 Mysuru:  The Mysuru City Traffic Police, in a bid to recover fines from offenders who have ignored notices served to them via post, will launch a special drive to recover the same by visiting the houses of the offenders soon. According to the press release…

Education is key to fight ills of society: G.T. Devegowda
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Education is key to fight ills of society: G.T. Devegowda

Higher Education Minister delivers 72nd Independence Day message Mysuru:  “To fight the ills of the society like poverty, ignorance, illiteracy and superstition, a proper education system is the only force that can deliver us from such problems,” said Higher Education and District in-Charge Minister G.T. Devegowda (GTD). Delivering the 72nd Independence Day message after hoisting…

New Jayadeva Heart Hospital opens for public in city from today
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New Jayadeva Heart Hospital opens for public in city from today

Mysuru: The state-of-the-art new 350-bed Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research at the PKTB premises on KRS Road near Kumbarakoppal Gate opened its door to the public from this morning with nearly 300 heart patients lining up in the Outpatient Department till afternoon. The hospital was inaugurated by the then Chief Minister Siddharamaiah…

‘Join NCC and Armed Forces, contribute towards nation-building’
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‘Join NCC and Armed Forces, contribute towards nation-building’

Wing Commander S.M. Bellary urges students  Mysuru:  The premises of JSS Public School in Siddar- thanagar wore a festive look during the 72nd Independence Day (I-Day) celebrations yesterday. Indian Air Force Pilot, Wing Commander S.M. Bellary (Retd.), who was the chief guest, unfurled the National Tricolour and called upon the students to join NCC during…

Three city Police personnel selected for President’s Medal
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Three city Police personnel selected for President’s Medal

Mysuru: Three Police personnel from city are among the 18 from Karnataka who have been selected for the President’s medal for exemplary service, as part of the 72nd Independence Day celebrations. NR ACP C. Gopal, Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Dy.SP Umesh G. Seth and KSRP Head Constable S.M. Bilagi from City Police have won the honour…

Raj Bhavan open to public for 15 days
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Raj Bhavan open to public for 15 days

Bengaluru:  For the first time, the Raj Bhavan here will open its door to the public for 15 days from today till Aug.30 between 4 pm and 6.30 pm. Tour guides appointed by the Bhavan administration will take the visitors in groups and introduce them to places like the glass house, royal ballroom, lounge and…

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