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Street dog menace in Gokulam
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Street dog menace in Gokulam

The increasing menace of street dogs in most parts of Gokulam has left the residents cursing the MCC for its inaction. The street dogs, which are found in groups, have scared the residents, especially the aged, women and children. There are many incidents where street dogs have bitten residents, injuring them. Several representations to the…

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Weekend fair postponed

The weekend fair at Mysuru’s Creative Sante, which was scheduled on Feb. 11 and 12 has been postponed to March 4 and 5 at #13B, Gokulam Main Road, Vontikoppal, (Opp. Tina’s Cafe) Mysuru between 10 am and 9 pm. For details, contact Mob: 78991-06101 or email to [email protected]

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Talk on Life Skills

Belaku Foundation in association with Sri Krishna Ganasabha has organised a talk on DVG’s ‘Mankuthimmana Kagga’ at Sri Krishna Ganasabha, #151-E , 6th Main, 3rd Stage, Gokulam on Feb. 15 from 6 pm to 7 pm. K.S. Mukundan will deliver a talk on Life Skills from Kagga. For details, contact Mob: 99805-69117.

Flute and Satvik Veena recital tomorrow
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Flute and Satvik Veena recital tomorrow

Raag Milan has organised a flute recital by Ravi Shankar Mishra at #379, Artz Solitaire, 2nd Floor, 9th Cross, Gokulam 3rd Stage, tomorrow (Feb. 12) at 5 pm. He will be accompanied by his students Olga from Russia and Suhas Hegde. Ravi Shankar Mishra is a student of Pt. Nityanand Haldipur. Along with his flute…

Paruvangada G. Thimmaiah
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Paruvangada G. Thimmaiah

Paruvangada G. Thimmaiah (92) passed away this morning at his residence ‘Sambhrama Apartment’ on Gokulam Main Road in V.V. Mohalla. He leaves behind his wife, two sons, two daughters and a host of relatives and friends. Body is being donated to JSS Hospital at 3 pm today.

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