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Natl. conference of Medical Bio-chemists begins
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Natl. conference of Medical Bio-chemists begins

Mysuru: ‘AMBICON-2017,’ a 3-day National Conference of the Association of Medical Bio-chemists of India (AMBI) marking its silver jubilee celebration, began at Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel premises in city this morning. Suttur Seer Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji will formally inaugurate the conference this evening. The conference features a medical expo, which was inaugurated by City…

Policemen complain of not getting their weekly offs
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Policemen complain of not getting their weekly offs

Mysuru: While the City Police Department is gearing up to fulfil the order to give holidays to Constables and other lower-rung officers to celebrate birthdays of their wards and anniversaries of family members, a section of constabulary is upset with the Department for not granting them their weekly offs. It may be recalled here that…

Few attend Traffic Adalat
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Few attend Traffic Adalat

Mysuru: The response to the ‘Traffic Adalat,’ organised by the Traffic Police at one place for the first time in city, did not evoke the kind of attendance expected to tackle the burgeoning vehicle population and the attendant problems. Police Commissioner Dr. A. Subrahmanyeswara Rao, the Chairman of Traffic Advisory Committee, inaugurating the Traffic Adalat…

Dereliction of duty: Head Constable suspended
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Dereliction of duty: Head Constable suspended

Mysuru: City Police Commissioner Dr. A. Subrahmanyeswara Rao has suspended City Crime Branch (CCB) Head Constable Heeranayak on charges of dereliction of duty and an order in this regard was issued by the Police Chief yesterday. Meanwhile, CCB Head Constables Ravi and Ganesh Murthy have been deputed to Alanahalli and Kuvempunagar Police Stations respectively On…

Sensitisation workshop for Cops on ‘Prevention of atrocities against women and children’
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Sensitisation workshop for Cops on ‘Prevention of atrocities against women and children’

Mysuru: The Police Department had organised a sensitisation workshop for Police personnel on ‘Prevention of atrocities against women and children’ at V.V. Puram Traffic Police Station here on Monday. Speaking after inaugurating the workshop, City Police Commissioner Dr. A. Subrahmanyeswara Rao, expressing concern over rising atrocities against women and children and the number of children…

Police draw up plans to ensure Law and Order during Dasara
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Police draw up plans to ensure Law and Order during Dasara

Mysuru: It will be a fool-proof Dasara this time as the Police have decided to provide elaborate security measures to ensure that the festival passes off smoothly and is crime-free. Along with heightened security, the city Police have drawn up a strategy to be “people-friendly” where Officers and down-rung Constables have been asked to behave…

Special barricades to maintain Law & Order
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Special barricades to maintain Law & Order

Mysuru: City Police Commissioner Dr. A. Subrahmanyeswara Rao has said that this year for Dasara procession, special barricades used during rock shows to control the crowd will be used. Speaking to Star of Mysore here yesterday, he said that last year during Dasara procession, the crowd had pushed the barricades on Raja Marga and in…

Independence Day final rehearsals held
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Independence Day final rehearsals held

Mysuru: There was patriotic fervour in the air as Police Commissioner Dr. A.Subrahmanyeswara Rao took the guard of honour to mark the final rehearsal ahead of the Independence Day. The rehearsal, jointly organised by the District Administration and Mysuru City Police, began at the Bannimantap Torch Light Parade Ground at 9 this morning. It was…

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