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City traders disappointed as customers fail to turn up
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City traders disappointed as customers fail to turn up

January 9, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Though essential commodities and services have been kept out of the weekend curfew driven by COVID pandemic, provision stores, ration shops and other shops selling essential commodities, are a disappointed lot as customers failed to turn up yesterday as expected during the curfew period. Essential commodities shops and provision shops located in Central Business…

No end in sight on fate of Devaraja Market
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No end in sight on fate of Devaraja Market

December 16, 2021

By S.T. Ravikumar Mysore/Mysuru: There seems to be end in sight on the fate of over a century old Devaraja Market and Lansdowne buildings, which have turned decrepit over the passage of time and vagaries of nature. With no proper maintenance and repairs, these buildings are getting deteriorated with each passing day and questions are…

Devaraja Market and Lansdowne buildings to be rebuilt: Bommai
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Devaraja Market and Lansdowne buildings to be rebuilt: Bommai

October 7, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Ending years of uncertainty over the fate of dilapidated Devaraja Market and Lansdowne buildings in Central Business District (CBD) of the city, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Wednesday announced that the two buildings will be rebuilt. He was speaking at the valedictory of the 20-day ‘Modi Yug Utsav’ organised by  K.R. Unit of BJP…

Save Devaraja Market, Lansdowne Building: Signature campaign launched against demolition
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Save Devaraja Market, Lansdowne Building: Signature campaign launched against demolition

July 20, 2021

Heritage expert says conservation possible Mysore/Mysuru: Heritage enthusiasts today launched ‘Save Heritage Signature Campaign‘ following the recent announcement made by Urban Development Minister Byrathi Basavaraj that two heritage structures — Devaraja Market and Lansdowne Building — will be demolished and rebuilt at an estimated cost of Rs.145 crore. Prof. N.S. Rangaraju, Member, Mysuru Heritage Committee…

Spend Rs.10 crore on Devaraja Market renovation: Samithi
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Spend Rs.10 crore on Devaraja Market renovation: Samithi

July 20, 2021

Utilise remaining Rs.90 crore to build a new Multi-Speciality Hospital in Mysuru Govt. urged to protect heritage structures Mysore/Mysuru: Strongly opposing pulling down of the century-old Devaraja Market,  a group of concerned citizens of Mysuru, under the banner of Devaraja Market Samrakshana Kriya Samithi, has urged the State Government to renovate the market at Rs.10…

Devaraja Market Tenants threaten to initiate contempt proceedings against Govt.
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Devaraja Market Tenants threaten to initiate contempt proceedings against Govt.

July 19, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: Mysuru Mahanagara Palike Devaraja Marukatte Badigedarara Sangha (MCC Devaraja Market Tenants Association) has threatened to initiate contempt proceedings against the State Government following statement by Urban Development Minister Byrathi Basavaraj that both century-old Devaraja Market and Lansdowne building will be demolished and re-built in the same heritage style. In a press release here, S….

DEMOLISH, REBUILD Devaraja Market & Lansdowne Building
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DEMOLISH, REBUILD Devaraja Market & Lansdowne Building

July 16, 2021

Urban Development Minister earmarks Rs. 100 crore for Devaraja Market Rs. 45 crore for Lansdowne Building; Final decision in two months Mysore/Mysuru: Ending years of controversy surrounding two iconic structures of Mysuru City, Urban Development Minister Byrathi Basavaraj today announced that both Lansdowne Building and Devaraja Market will be demolished and reconstructed in its original…

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