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Ranganathittu, a Ramsar site now
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Ranganathittu, a Ramsar site now

August 4, 2022

By M.T. Yogesh Kumar Mysore/Mysuru: The over six-year wait is over and the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary near Srirangapatna in Mandya District has been declared a Ramsar site, underlining its status as a wetland of international importance. Ranganathittu is Karnataka’s first Ramsar site that fulfils the criteria as defined by the Ramsar Convention. The announcement was…

Elephant handlers live in miserable conditions
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Elephant handlers live in miserable conditions

August 3, 2022

Roofs leak, mud walls ooze moisture inside hutments; unequal access to toilets at Dubare Elephant Camp Kushalnagar: Dubare Elephant Camp in Kodagu District might be a tourist spot for many that earns handsome revenue both to the Tourism and Forest Departments, but the living conditions of the Mahouts and Kavadis in the camp are miserable….

Gajapayana on Aug. 7 to herald Dasara
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Gajapayana on Aug. 7 to herald Dasara

August 2, 2022

We will release Government-owned elephants but we will not come to Mysuru: Mahouts Association   Kushalnagar/Mysuru: With the threat of a Dasara boycott by Mahouts and Kavadis seeking fulfilment of their long-pending demands, Forest Department is making preparations for a grand Gajapayana — the traditional march of elephants from forest camps to Mysuru — on Aug….

Heavy rains uproot many trees in city
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Heavy rains uproot many trees in city

August 2, 2022

110.02 mm rains recorded at Naganahalli; sewage water overflows from manholes; low-lying areas flooded; power disrupted in several areas Mysore/Mysuru: Heavy rains accompanied with thunder and lightning, lashed across the city last night bringing down many trees and disrupting power supply. Though the weather was sunny, clouds began to form late in the afternoon and…

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