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Meeting on Ration Card status on Feb. 21
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Meeting on Ration Card status on Feb. 21

A meeting has been organised for the Mysuru District Fair Price Shop Owners and the Secretaries  of Co-operative Societies at Kalamandira premises on Feb. 21 at 10. 30 am. Dy. Commissioner D. Randeep will chair the meeting. The meeting focuses on giving information on Ration Card and  Aadhaar card status, bio-coupon scheme, coupon / IVRS…

Mandya farmer succumbs to snake-bite
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Mandya farmer succumbs to snake-bite

)- Ramesh (40), a farmer from Hemmige village in Mandya taluk, who was being treated at the District Hospital for snake bite, passed away at the hospital yesterday evening. It is reported that Ramesh, who had gone to his field to release water from the borewell at about 7.30 pm, was bitten by a snake…

Brahma Kumaris to host Farmers’ Meet on Feb.20
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Brahma Kumaris to host Farmers’ Meet on Feb.20

Brahma Kuamaris, Mysuru, as part of its Golden Jubilee celebrations, has organised a workshop for farmers on the topic ‘Shaswat Yogic Agriculture’ on Monday (Feb.20) at 10.30 am at Maharaja’s College Grounds in city. Shivashankar, Chief Executive Officer of Mysuru Zilla Panchayat, will be inaugurating the workshop. K.S. Puttannaiah, MLA of Melukote, who will be…

One held for trying to burgle house
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One held for trying to burgle house

Mandi Police, on Thursday morning, have arrested a person who was waiting to burgle a house and have seized an iron rod from him. The arrested person has been identified as 56-year-old Shankar,  a resident of Yashwant Nagar. Mandi Police personnel, who were on their regular beat on Thursday morning, saw Shankar with an iron…

Partial Cancellation of Trains due to Non-Interlocking work at Londa
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Partial Cancellation of Trains due to Non-Interlocking work at Londa

Railway Board has permitted to take up the Pre Non-Interlocked working for 17 days from Feb. 10 to Feb. 26, 2017 and Non-Interlocked working for 2 days from Feb. 27 to Feb. 28, 2017 at Londa Junction for commissioning of Londa stage-1 work in connection with doubling of Hubballi-Londa-Vasco-da-gama sections. As such, Train No. 51431/…

Clocks stop ticking at Manasagangothri
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Clocks stop ticking at Manasagangothri

The clocks installed on the Centenary Clock Tower at Manasagangothri has stopped ticking since 7 o’clock on Thursday. People at Manasagangothri campus were surprised to see the clock still showing 7 o’ clock though it was 10.30 am in their wrist watches. Speaking to Star of Mysore, one of the officials from University of Mysore…

HDK hopes of doing well in bypolls
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HDK hopes of doing well in bypolls

Asserting that there is no dearth of candidates for Nanjangud and Gundlupet Assembly bypolls, former CM and State JD(S) President H.D. Kumaraswamy expressed hope that the party would fare well in the bypoll to the two Assembly segments. Addressing the press meet at the Government Guest House in Nazarbad this morning, Kumaraswamy said that the…

Court orders temporary injunction against Vishnu Memorial
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Court orders temporary injunction against Vishnu Memorial

The 3rd JMFC Court has ordered a temporary injunction against proposed Memorial being constructed in memory of Actor Dr. Vishnuvardhan after two persons went on an appeal claiming to be in possession of the land. The works on construction of the Memorial had begun on Dec. 6 after the late actor’s wife Bharathi Vishuvardhan performed…

Cannot release any more water to TN: Karnataka
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Cannot release any more water to TN: Karnataka

Counsels for Karnataka yesterday explained before the Cauvery Supervisory Committee (CSC) the acute water crisis it is facing in the Cauvery River basin due to severe droughts and conveyed its inability to continue releasing 2,000 cusecs of water daily to Tamil Nadu due to the prevailing distress situation. Participating in the CSC meeting  at Shrama…

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