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Rescued bonded labourer gets release certificate
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Rescued bonded labourer gets release certificate

Mandya: A day after a Tamil Nadu-based Dalit woman was kidnapped from Bekkalale village in Maddur taluk by a local politician and later rescued by the Police, the District Administration yesterday launched an exercise to provide rehabilitation and distribute benefits of various social security schemes to her family. As part of the exercise, Mandya Assistant…

District Minister seeks Rs.216 crore for development activities in district
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District Minister seeks Rs.216 crore for development activities in district

Mysuru: A proposal has been submitted to the Public Works Department (PWD) to provide a fund of Rs. 216 crore for various development activities in the district including those for Dasara’ disclosed District In-charge Minister G.T. Devegowda. Speaking to press persons after participating in the lunch programme for Mahouts and Kavadis at Palace premises here…

Four of a family commit suicide at Pandavapura village
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Four of a family commit suicide at Pandavapura village

Mandya: Even as Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy (HDK) announced farm loan waiver in his Budget recently, four members of a farmer’s family ended life at Sunkathonur village in Pandavapura taluk this morning. The deceased have been identified as Nandeesh (40), a farmer, his wife Komala (35) and children Chandana (15) and Manoj (13). Nandeesh had…

KSTDC partners with KSRTC to ply ‘HOHO’
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KSTDC partners with KSRTC to ply ‘HOHO’

Mysuru: To encash extra rush of tourists during Dasara beginning Oct. 10, Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation (KSTDC) and Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) are organising Hop On and Hop Off (HOHO) service that offers visit to tourist places in the city. KSTDC officials said that the Mysuru city division of KSRTC was looking…

Joyalukkas lends a helping hand to Kerala flood victims
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Joyalukkas lends a helping hand to Kerala flood victims

Mysuru:  In a bid to bring back joy on the faces of flood-affected victims in Kerala, the Joyalukkas Foundation has come up with a project of constructing 250 houses and an amount of Rs.15 crore has been set aside for the purpose. Each house with RCC roof will have a total area of 600 sq….

Walkathon to create awareness on Dementia on Sept. 26
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Walkathon to create awareness on Dementia on Sept. 26

Mysuru: Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Society of India (ARDSI), Mysuru Chapter, in association with Sarada Vilas College of Pharmacy, Mysuru, has organised a Walkathon titled ‘Namma Nadige Aarogyadedege’ to create awareness on Dementia on Sept. 26 at 8.30 am at the foot of Chamundi Hill. The event will be inaugurated by Sarada Vilas Educational Institutions…

Unidentified body found
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Unidentified body found

Mysuru: Hebbal Police, following a complaint by the owner of a Paying Guest (PG) accommodation on Sept.21, have found a body of an unidentified person on the footpath opposite the PG. The unidentified person, who is said to be a beggar, is between 45 and 50 years, 5.5 ft. tall, oval faced, normal built, oily…

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