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Dasara Unified Ticketing System launched
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Dasara Unified Ticketing System launched

Mysuru: Dasara Special Officer and Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep launched the Dasara Unified Ticketing System at his office, here this morning. The single ticket enables tourists to visit six different locations – Mysore Palace, Zoo, Karanji Lake, Chamundi Hill, KRS and Ranganathittu.  The tickets are available online at www.bookmyshow.com, offline at Deputy Commissioner’s office and…

408th Dasara inauguration tomorrow
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408th Dasara inauguration tomorrow

Mysuru: Dasara is here and it is that time of the year when the heritage city of Mysuru, with its majestic Mysore Palace, royal mansions, public buildings, gardens, water bodies and planned markets, comes alive. It will be 408th Dasara Navaratri that was started by erstwhile Mysore kingdom in 1610 AD — an unbroken tradition….

No ban on private vehicles atop Chamundi Hill
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No ban on private vehicles atop Chamundi Hill

Mysuru: The District Administration that was mulling to impose a ban on private vehicles atop Chamundi Hill between Sept. 22 and 24 and between Sept. 28 and Oct. 2, seems to have decided not to pursue the matter as the decision has not yet been taken. The ban option was being contemplated to avoid parking…

District Minister formally invites Royal family for Dasara
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District Minister formally invites Royal family for Dasara

Mysuru: The District Administration has extended a formal invite to members of Royal family to participate in this year’s Dasara celebrations. The invitation was extended to Pramoda Devi Wadiyar by a team led by District in-Charge Minister Dr. H.C. Mahadevappa, Mayor M.J. Ravikumar and a host of officials including Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep and Palace…

DC invites companies to sponsor Dasara events
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DC invites companies to sponsor Dasara events

Mysuru: The District Administration has decided to invite private and government sector companies to sponsor Dasara events including cultural programmes,Yuva Dasara, Dasara Wrestling and Yoga Dasara. At a meeting of industrialists and company representatives, Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep, who is also the Dasara Special Officer, said that inviting sponsorship will give an opportunity for companies…

RLHP creates awareness on quality education
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RLHP creates awareness on quality education

Mysuru: An awareness programme on ‘Quality Education for all Children’ was organised by Rural Literacy and Health  Programme (RLHP) at Jaganmohan Palace here yesterday morning. About 400 people comprising children and their parents from slums, members of management committees of schools and teachers participated in the programme. Inaugurating the programme, Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep said…

Will Chamundi Hill, be declared No Selfie Zone?
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Will Chamundi Hill, be declared No Selfie Zone?

Mysuru: The view as one drives atop the Chamundi Hill, the lovely backdrop to the city, is breathtaking. As one nears the temple, there is a signboard that proclaims “Enjoy An Aerial View of Mysore From Here.” Most of the tourists and even locals stop here and gasp when they see the unpolluted city from…

Chamundi Hill View Points get a makeover
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Chamundi Hill View Points get a makeover

Mysuru: Here is some good news for those who like to watch the breathtaking views of the heritage city from Chamundi Hill. The District Administration is constructing special protruding platforms at two View Points on the way to the Hill-top and is installing high-definition binoculars for viewers to admire the city from up above to…

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