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LS polls: Scrutiny of nomination papers begins at DC’s Office
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LS polls: Scrutiny of nomination papers begins at DC’s Office

March 27, 2019

Mysuru:  Scrutiny of 50 nomination papers filed by 30 candidates for Mysuru-Kodagu Parliamentary Seat began this morning at the Office of the Returning  Officer set up at DC Office Court Hall. The scrutiny of papers was conducted by District Election Officials in the presence of contestants and polling agents. Returning Officer and Deputy Commissioner Abhiram….

Govt. Hospitals’ Contract Nurses seek better pay, stage protest
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Govt. Hospitals’ Contract Nurses seek better pay, stage protest

March 3, 2018

Mysuru: Seeking better pay and job security, Nurses working on a contract basis at K.R. Hospital, Cheluvamba Hospital and PKTB Sanatorium, staged a protest in front of the DC’s office here on Thursday and Friday. It is learnt that the Nurses would continue their protest on Monday after seeking permission to stage protest in MMC&RI…

Government employees seek Old Pension Scheme
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Government employees seek Old Pension Scheme

January 21, 2018

Mysuru: Seeking re-introduction of Old Pension Scheme (OPS), State Government employees staged a demonstration in front of the DC’s office here recently. Terming the New Pension Scheme (NPS) announced by the Union Government in 2004 as unscientific, the employees claimed that Karnataka implemented the Scheme in 2006, which was unfavourable to the employees. Terming the…

Ex-Servicemen stage protest, seek allocation of land in Hunsur
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Ex-Servicemen stage protest, seek allocation of land in Hunsur

January 19, 2018

Mysuru: Over 50 Ex-servicemen under the banner of Hunsur-based Sathya MAS Foundation, staged a demonstration in front of the DC office this morning, seeking allocation of land in Hunsur Taluk and clearance of encroachments on lands allotted to them. Stating that the then Union Government in 1952 had announced 10 acres of land to each…

Samiti demands implementation of Justice Sadashiva Committee Report
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Samiti demands implementation of Justice Sadashiva Committee Report

January 16, 2018

Mysuru:  ‘Justice A.J. Sadashiva Ayoga Varadi Jaari Horata Samiti’ held a protest in front of Deputy Commissioner’s Office recently demanding the implementation of Justice Sadashiva Committee’s report. The protestors said that the State Government was not willing to implement the report which recommends providing equal opportunities to all 101 Scheduled Caste communities. Speaking to the…

Cane growers launch indefinite stir
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Cane growers launch indefinite stir

November 29, 2017

Mysuru: The indefinite stir (day-night) launched by sugar cane growers under the banner of Karnataka State Cane Growers  Association in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office demanding fulfilment of their various demands, entered the second day today. The farmers are demanding minimum SAP (State Advisory Price) of Rs. 3,500 per tonne, payment of last year…

Hoteliers oppose Dasara Food Mela at three locations
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Hoteliers oppose Dasara Food Mela at three locations

August 23, 2017

Mysuru: Hoteliers of city have opposed the proposal of District Administration to organise Dasara Food Mela at three locations in city. A meeting of all stakeholders which included hoteliers, bakery owners and caterers was held this morning at DC’s office here which was chaired by Dr.K. Rameshwarappa, Deputy Director, Department of Food and Civil Supplies…

DC office clerk assaulted by Cop
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DC office clerk assaulted by Cop

August 17, 2017

Mysuru: A First Division Assistant (FDA) working in the DC’s office here, was allegedly assaulted by a Cop at the Torchlight Parade Ground here on Aug. 15. The FDA, who was assaulted, has been identified as Shanmugam. It is said that Shanmugam was performing his duty during the Independence Day celebrations at the Torchlight Parade…

“Don’t harass women complainants at Police Stations”
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“Don’t harass women complainants at Police Stations”

August 16, 2017

Mysuru: Stating that women victims should not be harassed in Police Stations by asking them repeated questions, State Women’s Commission Chairperson Nagalakshmi Bai has asked the Police to give a patient hearing to victims. She was speaking at a meeting on the measures to be taken for preventing crimes against women and to review the…

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