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Flood victim commits suicide
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Flood victim commits suicide

August 25, 2019

Bylakuppe: A 57-year-old man, who had suffered huge losses during the recent floods has committed suicide at his house in S.L.N. Layout near Bylakuppe of Friday. The deceased is N.K. Kariyappa. A resident of Koppa village in Periyapatna taluk earlier, Kariyappa had bought a house at S.L.N. Layout and had moved into the new house…

New office-bearers of Rotary
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New office-bearers of Rotary

July 21, 2019

The joint installation ceremony of the new-bearers of Rotary Club of Lhasa Bylakuppe and Periyapatna Rotary Mid Town was held at Lugsam Co-operative Hall, Bylakuppe, recently. Speaking on the occasion, Rtn. PHF. Abhinandan Shetty, Past District Governor, RI Dist. 3182, applauded the Rotary for their social service extended throughout the world. Abhinandan Shetty installed Lhakpa…

Traditional Opera Contest  held at Bylakuppe
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Traditional Opera Contest held at Bylakuppe

May 14, 2019

Bylakuppe: Tibetan Children’s Village School in Bylakuppe, held the maiden Inter-House Traditional Opera Competition on May 4. Introduction of unique Traditional Opera culture in Tibet dates back to 13th century. It was first introduced by a great Saint called Thang Tong Gyalpo in central part of Tibet. The troupe was called ChagSampa (metal bridge). This…

‘Children have responsibility of fulfilling parents’ dreams’
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‘Children have responsibility of fulfilling parents’ dreams’

March 24, 2019

Bylakuppe: Stating that children have the responsibility of fulfilling the dreams of parents, which they (parents) have about them (children), industrialist D. Subramanya has said that educational institutions too should contribute for the growth of children. He was speaking after inaugurating the annual day celebrations of Bylakuppe Government Higher Primary School organised at S.L.V. Kalyana…

Tibetans at Bylakuppe stage protest
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Tibetans at Bylakuppe stage protest

December 11, 2018

Commemorating World Human Rights Day recently, the members of the Tibetan Youth Congress and Regional Tibetan Women’s Association of Bylakuppe, staged a protest demanding the Chinese Government to immediately put an end to the brutal political repression in Tibet and undo its wrong and vicious policies against Tibetans. They also urged the implementation of the…

Athletic Meet of Tibetan Children at Bylakuppe
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Athletic Meet of Tibetan Children at Bylakuppe

October 21, 2018

The 34th annual Inter-House Athletic Meet of Tibetan Children’s Village School at Bylakuppe was held yesterday. Students took part in a march-past and performed Lezim. The chief guest for the opening ceremony, Gelak Jungney, Settlement Officer Ligsam, said that the physical education is very important besides the students’ academic performance. The school observed the day…

Annual Geshema exams begin at Seramey Monastery
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Annual Geshema exams begin at Seramey Monastery

October 14, 2018

Bylakuppe: Tibetan monasteries have a different way of education and conducting exams. This is the season of annual exams at Seramey Monastery in Bylakuppe and it is conducted for five days. Over 1,500 monks are appearing for this year’s gruelling tests. Geshema is a Tibetan Buddhist academic degree for monks and nuns. The degree is…

Bonded labourers rescued at Bylakuppe
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Bonded labourers rescued at Bylakuppe

September 9, 2018

Periyapatna: In a crackdown on bonded labour, Periyapatna Taluk Administration officials on Friday rescued alleged 14 bonded labourers who were locked up in a hut. The bonded labourers, who hailed from Tumakuru, Hubballi and Dharwad, were reportedly working at farms in Tibetan colonies at Bylakuppe in the taluk. Niranjan and Umesh from Arasinakere in the…

Saplings planted at Bylakuppe
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Saplings planted at Bylakuppe

June 7, 2018

Bylakuppe: World Environment Day was observed jointly by the Forest Department, Tibetan Groups and Police Department at Bylakuppe Police Station premises. Saplings were planted at the premises on the occasion. Police Sub-Inspector M. Mahesh opined that if environment balance was protected it would save mankind. He suggested people to take care of greenery, hills, water…

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