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Passenger Services Committee inspects Railway Stations over Mysuru Division
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Passenger Services Committee inspects Railway Stations over Mysuru Division

May 22, 2022

Mysuru: The Passenger Services Committee (PSC), constituted by the Ministry of Railways (MoR) at the National-level, inspected the passenger services provided at Railway Stations. The Committee members inspected various Station over Mysuru Division including Hassan, Sakleshpur, Birur, Arsikere, Nanjangud and Chamarajanagar from May 18 to 20.  The Committee, comprising Kishore Shanbag, Baby Chanky, Pranab Baruah…

Renewed demand for Dubare hanging bridge
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Renewed demand for Dubare hanging bridge

May 22, 2022

Panchayat delegation to meet Forest, Tourism Ministers; will explain tourist inconvenience Kushalnagar; There is a renewed demand for a hanging bridge for River Cauvery at Dubare Elephant Camp in Kodagu, one of the main tourist attractions. The sanctioned project has been shelved now. The Nanjarayapatna Gram Panchayat will push for the project and there are…

Cauvery Basin Dams getting filled up before monsoon
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Cauvery Basin Dams getting filled up before monsoon

May 21, 2022

Kushalnagar: Above normal rainfall in April and May has resulted in increased inflows to the Harangi Dam, Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam and the Kabini Dam along the Cauvery Basin, a phenomenon that is normally observed in August-September every year. Looking at the inflows, engineers are expecting the reservoirs to be filled to the brim…

‘Damaged city roads to be repaired after a month’
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‘Damaged city roads to be repaired after a month’

May 21, 2022

Mysuru; With the Monsoon set to arrive in less than a month, Mayor (in-Charge) Sunanda Palanetra said that the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) is bracing to cope with excessive rains and the consequent damage that could arise during the Monsoon season. She was addressing a press meet after a meeting with officials at her office…

SSLC: Five students from Mysuru score 625/625
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SSLC: Five students from Mysuru score 625/625

May 19, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: The SSLC exams (2021-22) this year recorded a pass percentage of 85.63 percent in the State, the result of which was announced by Primary and Secondary Education Minister B.C. Nagesh at a press meet in Bengaluru this noon. In Mysuru district, five students have scored the maximum marks of 625 — M.G. Ektha of…

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