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JSS Varsity ties up with Quinnipiac University
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JSS Varsity ties up with Quinnipiac University

Mysuru: Quinnipiac University situated in Hamden, Connecticut, USA, a premier private sector University in the United States, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Jagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara (JSS) University, Mysuru. The MoU was signed on May 26 in the presence of Dr. David Hill, Director, Institute for Global Public Health, Quinnipiac University; Dr….

Boy goes missing from city
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Boy goes missing from city

Mysuru: A 21-year-old boy has been reported missing from V.V. Puram Police limits in city. The boy, identified as H.R. Abhishek (in pic.), son of Rangaswamy, who left KBS Bar and Restaurant in V.V. Mohalla at about 9 pm on May 14, has since gone missing. Abhishek is 5.3 ft. tall, oily-red complexioned, oval faced,…

Bachahalli tank full
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Bachahalli tank full

Gundlupet: The villagers in the border village of Bachahalli adjoining the Bandipur National Park were a happy lot as the heavy rains that lashed the taluk on Thursday last filled the Bachahalli tank to the brim. The region was experiencing drought for quite a few years. The villagers performed Ganga Puja and offered bagina to…

Publisher invites profile of achievers
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Publisher invites profile of achievers

Mysuru: City’s Yuvashakti Prakashana is bringing out a book on women achievers of the State, for which it has invited profiles from women who have excelled in various fields. The book is expected to be published during the 83rd Akhila Bharath Kannada Sahitya Sammelana to take place in city in a couple of months. Women,…

Bags Best Chapter Award
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Bags Best Chapter Award

Mysuru: The Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Mysore Chapter, has been awarded as the ‘Best Chapter’ by The Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Kolkata, for the year 2016 in its National Regional Council & Chapter’s Meet held at Chandigarh recently, in recognition of commendable performance. The award was received by Mysore Chapter Chairman…

Mutton diet for Zoo animals as beef is banned
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Mutton diet for Zoo animals as beef is banned

Mysuru: Following the Centre’s decision to ban beef, authorities of Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, popularly known as Mysore Zoo, is all set to change the menu of carnivorous animals. Big cats like the tigers, lions, leopards and other carnivorous animals like hyena, wild dogs and wild cats will be fed mutton and chicken. The Zoo…

Overflowing drain kills toddler in city
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Overflowing drain kills toddler in city

Mysuru: A two-and-a-half-year-old lost her life to heavy rain in city yesterday. She fell into an overflowing drain in front of her house in N.R. Mohalla even before her parents could notice. The incident occurred at Muneshwaranagar at Shanthinagar, N.R. Mohalla and the girl has been identified as Alia, daughter of Mohammad Hussain. According to…

‘Yeddyurappa will be BJP’s CM face in Karnataka’
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‘Yeddyurappa will be BJP’s CM face in Karnataka’

New Delhi: Former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa will be the BJP’s Chief Ministerial face in the Assembly polls scheduled early next year, Party National President Amit Shah said on Friday. During an interaction with the media, Shah also indicated that Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani would be the party’s choice for the top post…

Baby girl rescued from traffickers dies in Mandya Children’s Home
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Baby girl rescued from traffickers dies in Mandya Children’s Home

Mysuru: A 14-month-old trafficked baby girl, who was one among the 16 kids, who were rescued by the District Police and admitted to Vikasana Children’s Home in Mandya, reportedly died yesterday. Mysuru District Child Protection Officer Nagaraju, who visited Vikasana, said that the authorities there informed him that the child died due to asphyxiation (dying…

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