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DC may look at Farmers’ Vegetable Market on M.G. Road
Voice of The Reader

DC may look at Farmers’ Vegetable Market on M.G. Road

February 18, 2017

Sir, KBG’s Abracadabra titled “Mysuru calling, why are you not going?” published in yesterday’s SOM seemed to ‘instruct’ those in authority to become game-changers to develop tourism in Mysuru. However, I would like to mention that there are two more tourist destinations that need immediate attention. One is Brindavan Gardens. It is a chaotic situation…

Woes of Rajdhani Express traveller
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Woes of Rajdhani Express traveller

February 17, 2017

Sir, I travelled in Train No. 22694 Rajdhani Express from Secunderabad to Bengaluru by 2AC sleeper on 3rd February in A5 compartment. After clearing the casseroles in which the food had been served, it was seen that the catering staff dumped them in a drum. The drum had been kept near the toilet door with…

Water supply timings need to be revised
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Water supply timings need to be revised

February 14, 2017

Sir, With the failure of monsoon, many parts of the city is already experiencing water scarcity which everyone is aware. We see people buying water in tankers of late. I have observed that Vani Vilas Water Works (VVWW) is opening the water valve late in the night and closing the same by early morning. Such…

Stop vandalising trees
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Stop vandalising trees

February 14, 2017

Sir, This picture alongside is that of a Rain tree trunk being burnt by vandals on Chamaraja Double Road  (100 feet road) near the Sanskrit College. The tree is in a precarious state now, that any day this burnt tree may uproot and God forbid may take lives of people passing by. I hereby request…

MysoreOne facilities: A suggestion
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MysoreOne facilities: A suggestion

February 13, 2017

Sir, Although there are many outlets of MysoreOne in the city, one has to go to only the Gokulam Office for getting Aadhaar card-related things done. The other day l had gone there to just update my mobile number and it took more than three hours! There is only one system and one person attending…

Students put to “double jeopardy”
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Students put to “double jeopardy”

February 12, 2017

Lakhs of students appear for NEET and providing of only four centres is hopelessly inadequate. CBSE seems to have no idea as to the quantum of unnecessary miseries and expenses to which they are putting the students into by only providing four centres for the entire State. Is it not strange that even Mysuru, which…

High-beam lights must be banned
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High-beam lights must be banned

February 11, 2017

Sir, I had heard that Mysuru was a pensioner’s paradise. But in the last 6 years I have found that while Mysuru could still be  called a paradise during day time (compared to Bengaluru where I lived for long years), honestly, it is like hell to drive during nights. No road in Mysuru is bright…

Flouting Traffic Rules: Some Thoughts
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Flouting Traffic Rules: Some Thoughts

February 10, 2017

Sir, Apropos a series of letters which are painful to read regarding traffic violations ‘Even foreign students don’t fear Indian Laws or its Lawmen!’ (Star of Mysore dated Feb. 4), teachers, elders and the Police are there to enforce the law sometimes (if necessary) through force, punishment or fines, to make the society disciplined. This…

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