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Women can retain their maiden names in passports: Modi
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Women can retain their maiden names in passports: Modi

April 15, 2017

Mumbai – Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that women are free to retain their maiden names in their passports now after the marriage. Stating that he wanted women to be at the centre of the developmental schemes, Modi said his govt. is working in different ways to empower them through various schemes like ‘Mudra’…

Bengaluru Police find Rs. 15 crore old notes in Bomb Naga’s house
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Bengaluru Police find Rs. 15 crore old notes in Bomb Naga’s house

April 15, 2017

Bengaluru – The Bengaluru Police raided the house of former rowdy-sheeter and ex-Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike Corporator, V. Nagaraj alias Bomb Naga in the wee hours of yesterday and found demonetised notes worth Rs. 15 crore in his possession. According to Hennur Police Inspector Srinivas, a man named Umesh had filed a complaint that Bomb…

Teacher suspended for fifth time!
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Teacher suspended for fifth time!

April 15, 2017

Kollegal – Chamarajanagar District DDPI Manjula has suspended a teacher for threatening higher officials and for dereliction of duty. Chandrashekar, serving at Pachedoddi Government School, is the suspended teacher. Incidentally, this is the fifth time that Chandrashekar has been suspended for his wayward ways. Education Officer Thimmegowda, after learning about Chandrashekar failing to perform his…

Telangana CM to double up as ‘coolie’ for two days
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Telangana CM to double up as ‘coolie’ for two days

April 15, 2017

* TRS Chief declares Apr. 14 to Apr. 20 as ‘Gulabi Coolie Days’ * To raise money to attend Party’s plenary and Formation Day Hyderabad – Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has announced that he too will work as a ‘coolie’ for two days along with his Cabinet colleagues, other law-makers and all leaders…

Good Friday observed in city
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Good Friday observed in city

April 15, 2017

Mysuru – The Christian brethren of city observed Good Friday, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, with religious fervour and traditional gaiety yesterday. The day is hailed as a symbol of devotion, love and sacrifice. At a mass conducted at St. Philomena’s Church by Mysuru Bishop Rev. K.A. William, hundreds of Christians lined up at the…

Awareness programme on cashless transaction held
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Awareness programme on cashless transaction held

April 15, 2017

Digital banking has picked up in rural areas after demonetisation, says Lead Bank Manager Mysuru – The Mysuru District Administration and Lead Bank, Mysuru, had organised an awareness programme on cashless transaction at Zilla Panchayat auditorium here yesterday to promote digital money and cashless transactions. The authorities said that cashless transactions were picking up in…

Associations to take out rally against Tanveer Sait on Apr. 29
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Associations to take out rally against Tanveer Sait on Apr. 29

April 15, 2017

Mysuru – The SC/ST Employees Association Honorary President Shantaraju has said that a massive rally will be taken out in city on Apr.29 in protest against the ‘false’ case filed against him and  six others by Minister for Primary and Secondary Education Tanveer Sait in Bengaluru recently. Addressing a press meet at Pathrakartara Bhavan her…

RTO may slash fee hike
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RTO may slash fee hike

April 15, 2017

Bengaluru  – The State Government may cut fees for Driver’s Licence, Fitness Certificates and Vehicle Registration following widespread protests against the hike in January. Sources said that Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy held a meeting with the representatives of various lorry owners associations and transporters during which a decision was taken to reduce the fees. It…

Continuation of experimental train stoppage
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Continuation of experimental train stoppage

April 15, 2017

Mysuru -Railways have decided to continue the one minute experimental stoppage provided for following trains at Bannikoppa until further advice: Train No. 16591 Hubballi – Mysuru Hampi Daily Express at 20.00 (A)/ 20.01 (D). Train No. 57273 Hubballi – Tirupati Fast Passenger at 07.54(A)/ 07.55 (D). Train No. 16592 Mysuru – Hubballi  Hampi Daily Express…

TELEUTSAV Project Model competition on Apr.17
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TELEUTSAV Project Model competition on Apr.17

April 15, 2017

Mysuru – GSSS Institute of Engineering and Technology for Women (GSSSIETW), Mysuru, is conducting a State-level Telecommunication Project Model Competition (TELEUTSAV- 2017) on Apr. 17. The event is organised by  the Telecommunication Engineering Department in collaboration with IETE Mysuru Centre. TELEUTSAV  will be inaugurated by the chief guest Dr. H.N. Jagannatha Reddy, Registrar, Visvesvaraya Technological…

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