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Dr. H.M. Ganesh
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Dr. H.M. Ganesh

Dr. H.M. Ganesh (68), retired Associate Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, Manasagangothri and a resident of Vijayanagar 2nd Stage, passed away on Apr.29. He leaves behind his wife, two sons and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at his native Hangalshettalli in Somwarpet the next day.

M. Ramesh
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M. Ramesh

M. Ramesh, an employee of New India Assurance company and a resident of D. Subbaiah Road here, passed away yesterday in city. Younger brother of Nagaraju (President of Mahalakshmi Kollapuradamma Temple), he leaves behind his wife, a son and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed this morning at the foot of…

T.M. Punnose
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T.M. Punnose

T.M. Punnose (96), a retired Southern Railways employee and a resident of Nyaya Marga in Siddarthanagar here, passed away yesterday following brief illness. He leaves behind two sons, a daughter, daughters-in-law, son-in-law, grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral service will be held tomorrow (May 8) at 10 am at St. Gregorios Orthodox…

Prashanthi Subash
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Prashanthi Subash

Prashanthi Subash (55), wife of Subash Patange (Vice-President, Bhavasar Kshatriya Mandali) and a resident of Tilak Nagar, passed away yesterday at a private hospital in city. She leaves behind her husband, a son, a daughter and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at the foot of Chamundi Hill this morning, according…

Kalmadanda Machaiah
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Kalmadanda Machaiah

Kalmadanda Sannu Machaiah (79), a resident of Vijayanagar 1st Stage, passed away yesterday in city. He leaves behind his wife Gangu, son Vinu Machaiah, daughters Vidya and Vinaya and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at Chirashanthidhama in Gokulam here this morning, according to family sources.

Kokkalera Mini Joyappa
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Kokkalera Mini Joyappa

Kokkalera Mini Joyappa (Palanganda), a retired teacher, passed away in Mysuru last night. She was 79. She leaves behind four daughters, sons-in-law including Rtn. J.P. Aiyanna and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were conducted at Cherambane in Kodagu today, according to sources.

E. Narayanaswamy
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E. Narayanaswamy

E. Narayanaswamy, (Babu), CTTI/SBC-Southern Railway (retd.) and Vice-President of Smt. Janakiamma Balija Choultry Trust, passed away in Bengaluru on May 4. He was 86. Formerly a resident of T.K. Layout in city, Narayanaswamy leaves behind his wife, four sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were performed at Bengaluru the…

S. Mark
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S. Mark

S. Mark, a resident of Coffee Works Colony, passed away on Saturday at a private hospital in Mysuru, following brief illness. He leaves behind his wife, two children and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral was held at the Christian Cemetery yesterday.

S. Gururaja Rao
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S. Gururaja Rao

S. Gururaja Rao (67), son of Subbarao, Proprietor of Janardhan Bhavan, passed away on Saturday at a private hospital in Mysuru. He leaves behind his wife, four daughters and a host of relatives and friends. Last rites were held at the burial grounds near Hadinarukaalu Mantapa here yesterday.

Mohammed Akram Pasha
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Mohammed Akram Pasha

Mohammed Akram Pasha (65), a businessman at Devaraja Market and a resident of Udayagiri, passed away on Tuesday following brief illness. He leaves behind his wife, three sons and a host of relatives and friends. Namaz-e-Janaza was offered yesterday after Namaz-e-Asar (5.15 pm) at Masjid-e-Azam on Ashoka Road, followed by the burial at the Muslim…

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