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Novel drinking water campaign for birds launched in city
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Novel drinking water campaign for birds launched in city

 Mysuru:  The scorching summer heat is sapping the energy of not only human beings but the birds are also feeling very thirsty. In order to quench the thirst of birds, Arivu Samsthe launched a unique drinking water and feeding campaign for birds at Agrahara Circle here on Mar. 29. Zoo Authority Chairperson Mallige Veeresh launched…

SUCI opposes  abolition of subsidy on LPG
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SUCI opposes  abolition of subsidy on LPG

Mysuru: Over 50 members of Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist) District Committee staged a protest at Agrahara Circle here yesterday condemning the proposal of the Union Government to scrap subsidy on domestic LPG. They expressed apprehension that kerosene too may come under the policy. Committee Secretary B. Ravi and others were present.

Overflowing manhole near Agrahara Circle
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Overflowing manhole near Agrahara Circle

Sewage water overflowing from a manhole near Agrahara Circle on New Sayyaji Rao Road is causing a lot of inconvenience to the shopkeepers and also the residents living in the surrounding. Authorities are urged to take steps to get the manhole cleaned at the earliest.

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Excessive consumption of liquor claims man’s life

 An incident of a man falling sick  after consuming excessive liquor and breathing his last at a hospital has been reported in city yesterday. The deceased has been identified as Bharath (20), a native of Asumatti village in T.N. Pur taluk who was working at a hotel near Agrahara Circle in city. It is reported…

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