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Don’t clear Mekedatu Project: TN CM writes to Centre
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Don’t clear Mekedatu Project: TN CM writes to Centre

Chennai: In the wake of media reports that the Karnataka government has approached the Central Water Commission (CWC) to seek technical clearance for the Mekedatu project across River Cauvery, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami yesterday wrote to Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti, asking her not to accord clearance to the project till…

CM’s housing scheme in cities for poor
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CM’s housing scheme in cities for poor

Bengaluru: The ‘Chief Minister’s One Lakh Bengaluru Multi-storey Housing Scheme’ will provide homes to poor people who don’t own houses in cities and urban areas will be launched soon, Chief Minister Siddharamaiah announced here yesterday. Participating in a review meeting with Housing, BBMP, Revenue and Finance Department officials, Siddharamaiah directed officials to finalise the modalities…

ADC T. Venkatesh transferred  to Haveri district
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ADC T. Venkatesh transferred  to Haveri district

B.P. Ravi promoted as Additional PCCF Mysuru: Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) T. Venkatesh has been transferred to Haveri district. Venkatesh took charge as ADC, Mysuru, 20 months back. He will be replaced by T. Yogesh, who was serving as ADC at Haveri. The new ADC is expected to take charge tomorrow or the day after….

Abuse of freedom of speech: Mysore Varsity Syndicate warns Professors
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Abuse of freedom of speech: Mysore Varsity Syndicate warns Professors

Mysuru: The University of Mysore Syndicate has in a strong message warned the Professors and staff of the University not to cross the line in the name of freedom of speech and expression, while expressing their opinion about the leaders of the country using un-Parliamentary language. This decision was taken at the Syndicate meeting following…

To-be-bride dies of suspected dengue
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To-be-bride dies of suspected dengue

Mandya: A 22-year-old girl, whose engagement was held about 15 days back, succumbed to suspected dengue fever at a hospital in Bengaluru yesterday. The deceased has been identified as Rekha (22), daughter of Chowdegowda and Doddathayamma couple and residents of Bidarahosahalli village in Mandya. Rekha, who was suffering from fever since about five days, was…

KIADB land now available on 10-year lease-cum-sale basis
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KIADB land now available on 10-year lease-cum-sale basis

Bengaluru: In a major relief to Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises (MSMEs), the Karnataka Cabinet has yesterday cleared an amendment to the Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board (KIADB) rules for allotting lands on 10-year lease-cum-sale instead of 99-year lease basis. Ten-year lease-cum-sale would be applicable only for land parcels less than 2 acres. The Cabinet…

Silk India 2017 opens in city: To conclude on July 9
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Silk India 2017 opens in city: To conclude on July 9

Mysuru: Silk India 2017, an exhibition- cum-sale of pure silk products from across the country organised by Hastashilpa, began at Hotel Southern Star on Vinoba road here yesterday. The silk expo is open for five days daily till July 9 from 10.30am to 8.30pm with free entry. The expo was inaugurated by MLA and Chairman…

Training for 2nd batch of Women Police Constables begins
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Training for 2nd batch of Women Police Constables begins

Mysuru: The 8-month training programme of 2nd batch of trainee women Constables was launched at Police Training School in Jyotinagar here this morning. Totally, 248 women from 27 districts have been selected for Police training among whom are two engineering graduates, 26 post-graduates and rest graduates with only 37 PUC which is said to be…

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