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A. Wajid Baig Ashrafi
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A. Wajid Baig Ashrafi

Wajid Baig Ashrafi (53), Vice-President of Empty Drums, Can Dealers and Management Committee member of the Masjid Azam Ahle Sunnath-wo-Jamath, Ashoka Road, passed away at his residence in Christian Colony, Rajiv Nagar on Oct.19 (Thursday) following a brief illness. He leaves behind his mother, wife, three sons, six brothers, sisters and a host of relatives…

P.N. Muthu
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P.N. Muthu

P.N. Muthu, a resident of Vivekananda Road in Yadavagiri, passed away at his residence here yesterday. He leaves behind sons, daughters, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren and a host of relatives   and friends. Last rites were performed this afternoon in city, according to family sources.

B.A. Meena
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B.A. Meena

B.A. Meena (60), former employee of Canara Bank in Mysuru, passed away in Bengaluru yesterday after brief illness. She leaves behind her husband T. Satyamurthy and a host of relatives and friends. Her body was donated to JSS Medical College in Mysuru today, according to family sources.

K.R. Susheela
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K.R. Susheela

K.R. Susheela (79), wife of late Dr. K.V. Raghvendra Rao and a resident of Chamundipuram, passed away on Oct. 16 after a brief illness. She leaves behind her son Dr. Sreenivas Prasad. Last rites were performed in city the same day.

Rathna Prabha
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Rathna Prabha

Rathna Prabha (64), retired PU College Principal and a resident of Thonachikoppal in city, passed away at her daughter’s residence in Hyderabad last afternoon  following heart attack. She leaves behind her husband Krishnakumar, two children and a host of relatives and friends. Her body is being brought to Mysuru and the last rites would be…

Shashirekha
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Shashirekha

Shashirekha (65), wife of Shantharamu (Horticulture Dept.) and a resident of Paduvarahalli, passed away in city. She leaves behind her husband, a son, a daughter and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at Chirashantidhama in Gokulam here this noon.

Thimmamma
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Thimmamma

Srirangapatna: Thimmamma (70), wife of Kalegowda (Kalanna) of Naguvanahalli Village in the Taluk, passed away yesterday. She leaves behind her husband, two sons, three daughters and a host of relatives   and friends. Last rites were performed at the village this morning, according to family sources.

Arun Vasanth Kumar
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Arun Vasanth Kumar

Arun Vasanth Kumar (75), Retired MCC Health Inspector and a resident of KHB Colony in Kuvempunagar 1st Stage, passed away yesterday night at his residence here. He leaves behind his wife Elizabeth, three daughters, sons-in-law, grand children and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral was held at St. Bartholomew’s Cemetery near St. Philomena’s High…

Graceamma
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Graceamma

Graceamma (78), wife of late D. John Purushottam and a resident of Karunapura, passed away yesterday morning at a hospital here following brief illness. She leaves behind three daughters, two sons including Rev. Gilbert, Presbyter of St. Bartholomew’s Church and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral was held at the CSI Cemetery on Mahadevapura…

Ajjikuttira Saraswathi
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Ajjikuttira Saraswathi

Ajjikuttira Saraswathi (Aramanamada), Administrative Officer at the Department of Animal Husbandry on Dhanvanthri Road and a resident of Ramakrishnanagar, passed away this morning at a private Hospital in city owing to brief illness. She was 59. She leaves behind her husband Sunny Chengappa,  two daughters, son-in-law and a host of relatives and friends. Cremation took…

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