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Man dies after falling from train
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Man dies after falling from train

An elderly man died after falling from a moving train between Mandya and Maddur section of Mysuru- Bengaluru railway track on Monday evening. The deceased has been identified as Anthony (65), a resident of Ramakrishnanagar H-Block. Anthony was travelling to Bengaluru in Mysuru-Mayiladuthurai Train, when he stood at the door of the boggie after using…

Spreading Essence of Spirituality
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Spreading Essence of Spirituality

Gyan-Vigyan Divya Darshan Mela to conclude on Feb. 26 The Gyan-Vigyan Divya Darshan Mela, organised by Prajapita Brahma Kumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Mysuru, as a part of its Golden Jubilee celebrations at the Maharaja College Grounds, has been attracting a lot of devotees from Mysuru and surrounding districts. Brahmakumaris organisation, involved in spreading the essence…

Trade Licence Mela evokes good response
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Trade Licence Mela evokes good response

The one-day Trade Licence Renewal Mela organised by Hotel Owners Association and MCC evoked good response as many hoteliers were seen thronging the Association Office at Krishnamurthypuram. Inaugurating the Mela, MCC Commissioner G. Jagadeesha said that trade licence was compulsory for people involved in hotel business and assured to help the hoteliers to solve problems…

Natl.-level Commerce and Management Fest Sapientia ‘17
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Natl.-level Commerce and Management Fest Sapientia ‘17

Kautilya First Grade College, Vijayanagar, has organised a National-level Commerce and Management Fest “Sapientia’17” on Feb.22 and 23 at Country Inn & Suites by Carlson, Mysuru. The event will be inaugurated at 9 am tomorrow  by Prabhu Ram Choudhary. The Grand Finale will be held on Feb.23 at 6 pm with the Bengaluru-based folk-rock band…

DC inaugurates Young Indians’ first Entrepreneurship Summit
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DC inaugurates Young Indians’ first Entrepreneurship Summit

With the aim of promoting entrepreneurship in the city and to make Mysuru the first choice for Start-Ups, Young Indians (Yi) Mysuru Chapter conceptualised and organised an entrepreneurship summit #WhyNotMysuru at Hotel Radisson Blu here recently. Deputy Commissioner  D. Randeep,  who inaugurated the event said, “It’s time that we harness the potential of this growing…

MCC to strictly enforce laws to prevent defacement
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MCC to strictly enforce laws to prevent defacement

Making Mysuru poster-free The next time you paste a poster on any wall within the city limits, watch out. The Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) is all set to intensify its campaign to make the city poster-free. Criminal cases will be filed against those defacing public places with posters and banners under Karnataka Open Places (Prevention…

HOPCOMS service soon to go online in city
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HOPCOMS service soon to go online in city

Minimum order capped at Rs. 500 Services of Horticulture Produce Co-operative Marketing Society (HOPCOMS) will soon go online in city to receive fruits and vegetables at the door step but it would be restricted only to purchases of items worth above Rs. 500. Right now the service exists with HOPCOMS by placing an order either…

Bags 1st  place in Scouts and Guides Rally
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Bags 1st  place in Scouts and Guides Rally

Rotary Brindavan School students have bagged first place in Tent-making and Flag Pole construction at the  District-level rally which was held at Sri Jayachamarajendra Scouts & Guides Centre, Mysuru on Feb. 17. The team was led by Asharani under the guidance of School Principal K. Mamatha, according to a press release.

Awareness rally against child marriage in city
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Awareness rally against child marriage in city

An awareness rally against child marriage was organised by Women and Child Welfare Department in city this morning. More than 200 NSS students of Maharani’s Arts College took part in the rally which was flagged off by Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep in front of his office. Speaking on the occasion, Randeep said that the Dist….

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