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Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel will not shut its doors: GM
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Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel will not shut its doors: GM

Takeover will not affect contract staff; VRS option for permanent employees Mysuru: The decision to handover heritage Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel run by the India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) to the State Government has been taken as per the disinvestment policy of Government of India. How much this decision would affect the people currently employed…

Jawa bikes vroom on city roads
Dasara 2017, News

Jawa bikes vroom on city roads

Mysuru: In a bid to create awareness about heritage buildings, their importance, its conservation and on the events that took place in these buildings, Dasara Jawa Heritage Bike rally was taken out in city this morning. The Heritage Rally was organised jointly by the District Administration and the Department of Archaeology, Museums and Heritage. About…

My mother-in-law is the best !
Dasara 2017, News

My mother-in-law is the best !

Mysuru: The single most radioactive topic among families is the tension between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law. Their constant bickerings and fights for dominance irks the menfolks no end. If this is a common scene inside most of the households, a rare bonhomie was witnessed between many mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law where their creativity and love for each…

Sound and Light at KRS
Dasara 2017, News

Sound and Light at KRS

Mysuru: For the first time as part of Dasara, a sound and light show and cultural programmes have been organised at the illuminated Brindavan Gardens at KRS for ten days from this evening. The show, organised jointly by Department of Water Resources and Cauvery Neeravari Nigama will be inaugurated today at 6.30 pm by Mandya…

Good response for Heritage Walk
Dasara 2017, News

Good response for Heritage Walk

Mysuru: The District Administration and Department of Heritage, Archaeology and Museums had organised a Dasara Heritage Walk in city yesterday morning. More than 200 people including students of local colleges wearing T-shirts and caps provided by the organisers participated in the event. They commenced their walk from Town Hall premises  here at 7am which covered…

Dance-drama on Buddha steals the show
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Dance-drama on Buddha steals the show

Mysuru: Students of Ganabharathi Sangeetha-Nritya Shaale presented a delightful dance-drama at the Dasara cultural programme held at Mysore Palace premises here last evening. The students excellently portrayed the childhood of Siddarta, his adolescence period, his renunciation of worldly pleasures and becoming a monk and ultimately Gautama Buddha. Earlier, noted Bharatanatya dancer Yamini Muthanna and troupe…

Dasara ‘Yuva Anveshane’ proves a great hit among youths
Dasara 2017, News

Dasara ‘Yuva Anveshane’ proves a great hit among youths

Mysuru: Kalamandira, the venue for many official events, was a witness to full youth force yesterday for the  two-day ‘Yuva Anveshane’ organised by Yuva Dasara Sub-Committee. Thousands of youths aspiring to take up government service attended the event and the venue was full to the brim with many youths even crowding the doors and wall…

Hundreds take part in Dasara ‘Yogotsava’
Dasara 2017, News

Hundreds take part in Dasara ‘Yogotsava’

Mysuru: More than 800 yoga exponents from all age groups took part in the Dasara ‘Yogotsava’ organised by the Yoga Dasara  Sub-Committee in the Palace premises early this morning. The event began with chorus chanting of ‘Omkara’, followed by Shankhanada and Chalana Kriya Yoga. The participants performed Tadasana, Vrukshasana, Trikmasana, Veerabhadrasana, Vajrasana, Paschimothasana, Vakrasana, Shavasana,…

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