Independence Day sidelights: Buildings symbolise patriotism
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Independence Day sidelights: Buildings symbolise patriotism

August 16, 2018

Tri-Colour illumination of the Office of the Superintendent of Police (SP) (above) in Nazarbad, Mysuru, on the occasion of I-Day.

The glowing Akashavani (All India Radio) building in Yadavagiri.

The Clock Tower in Mysuru City Railway Station too was illuminated.


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