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KSIC employees oppose new contract appointments
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KSIC employees oppose new contract appointments

Mysuru – Employees of Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation (KSIC) staged a flash protest yesterday opposing new appointments of contract workers. Over 23 new contract employees came to the KSIC factory premises on the Manandavadi Road to report to work. Seeing this, more than 500 KSIC employees staged their protest and asked the management not to…

Renewal of animal adoption at Zoo
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Renewal of animal adoption at Zoo

Mysuru – The adoption of a Baby Giraffe and a Sarus Crane of Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens has been renewed  by Kanika Rana of Bengaluru, under the Animal Adoption Scheme for a period of one year from 1.4.2017 to 31.3.2018 by making a payment of Rs.57,500. Animal adoption:  The following persons have adopted the animals…

Two-day Natl. Conference held at Amrita
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Two-day Natl. Conference held at Amrita

Mysuru, – “The world is involved in creating wealth using knowledge and India is way behind in making products and lagging in developing processes. However, the country is leading in providing service,” observed Prof. Chidananda Gowda, former VC of Kuvempu University. He was speaking after inaugurating a two-day national conference on ‘Structural, Institutional and Financial…

Procession, mass feeding mark Mahaveer Jayanti
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Procession, mass feeding mark Mahaveer Jayanti

Mysuru – Amidst singing of hymns, dancing and chanting slogans of peace and harmony, hundreds of Jain community members including various Jain Mahila and Jain Youth organisations, celebrated Mahaveer Jayanti with gaiety and religious fervour in city this morning. Digambar Jains, under the banner of Mahaveer Seva Samsthan, Mysuru, took out a colourful procession with…

ECHO OF NANJANGUD BY-ELECTION
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ECHO OF NANJANGUD BY-ELECTION

Mysuru/ Nanjangud  – Many teachers, who have been appointed to supervise and conduct the ongoing SSLC examinations in Nanjangud, may have to leave their homes at the break of dawn tomorrow to make arrangements for the exam at schools that were used as polling booths. Of the 18 SSLC exam centres in Nanjangud, eight are…

Firing, clashes mar Srinagar by-poll; 2 killed
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Firing, clashes mar Srinagar by-poll; 2 killed

Srinagar – Amid calls for boycott by separatist leaders and heavy security cover, voting began for Srinagar by-poll this morning, which was marred with violence resulting in two youths being killed and several injured in firing and clashes. Two youths were killed and several injured when security forces opened fire on a stone-pelting mob that…

Group tries to assault flying squad videographer
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Group tries to assault flying squad videographer

Nanjangud – A group of people who were prevented by the flying squad from distributing money and other freebies to voters tried to assault a videographer from the squad yesterday. The videographer was recording money being distributed to voters at Neelakantanagar in Nanjangud town. After the incident, videographer Devegowda lodged a complaint with the Nanjangud…

Special classes on “Vivekachoodamani” from Apr.11 to 20
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Special classes on “Vivekachoodamani” from Apr.11 to 20

Mysuru -Sadhana Mandira, Mysuru and Shivananda Jnanalaya, have jointly organised free classes on one of the greatest treatises of Adi Shankaracharya “Vivekachoodamani” by Swami Hamsananda from 11th to 20th of every month.  This will commence on Apr. 11 (Hanuman Jayanti). To be held at two locations, the Swamiji will speak in the morning from 6.30…

Moonlight Music on Apr.11
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Moonlight Music on Apr.11

Mysuru – Vidu. Renuka Nakoda of Dharwad will present music concert at the moonlight music programme organised at Suttur Mutt, Mysuru at 6 pm on Apr. 11. Suttur Mutt seer Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji will grace the occasion. Born in a family of musicians, Renuka learnt her early lessons in music from her parents.  After…

Extensive study needed for Research in Law: Prof. R. Venkata Rao
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Extensive study needed for Research in Law: Prof. R. Venkata Rao

Mysuru – Observing that extensive studies is crucial for carrying out research in Law, Prof. R. Venkata Rao, Vice-Chancellor, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru, said that research holds a significant place in today’s digital world. He was speaking after inaugurating a two- day National Seminar on ‘Research in Law – Approaches and Techniques’…

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