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Sewage water overflowing from a manhole at B.M. Sri Nagar
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Sewage water overflowing from a manhole at B.M. Sri Nagar

Sewage water is overflowing on the road from a clogged manhole on the 15th Cross at B.M. Sri Nagar causing a lot of inconvenience to the residents. Residents say that despite repeated complaints to the MCC, not a single person from the Civic Body responded nor visited the spot. Authorities concerned are urged to take…

Ex-Falcon employee’s son ends life
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Ex-Falcon employee’s son ends life

Mysuru: Even as Falcon Tyres employees Union presented a memorandum to Higher Education Minister G.T. Devegowda at the thanks giving programme organised by the Minister at Lingadevarakoppalu for voters of Chamundeshwari Assembly segment yesterday seeking re-start of the shutdown factory, the son of a former Falcon Tyres Employee ended his life by hanging self at…

This drain in B.M. Sri Nagar needs to be cleaned
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This drain in B.M. Sri Nagar needs to be cleaned

The drain in B.M. Sri Nagar, filled with waste and overgrown shrubs and weeds, is hindering the smooth flow of sewage water resulting in water getting stagnant in some places which has become a breeding place for mosquitoes. Authorities concerned are urged to take action before the rain intensifies which may result in the waste…

Man run over by train
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Man run over by train

Mysuru: A 40-year-old man was run over by a train near B.M.Sri Nagar in city yesterday. The deceased has been identified as Kumar, a resident of B.M.Sri Nagar and a native of Hullahalli in Nanjangud. Kumar, who is a labourer, was reportedly walking on the track at about 4.30 pm, when he was run over…

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