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A Choultry in News!
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A Choultry in News!

By Gouri Satya, Sr.Journalist Nanjaraja Bahadur Choultry, a well-known landmark on the Vinoba Road in Mysuru, was in news, after Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy announced that a hostel for students of the Maharani’s  Women’s Arts College will be built there. With his announcement, doubts arose about the future of the 129-year-old Choultry. Will it be…

Mysuru, a look at its past: The Lord and the Legends
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Mysuru, a look at its past: The Lord and the Legends

By Gouri Satya, Sr.Journalist We often visit the Mysore Palace to admire its beauty or its illumination. Or, we visit the temples built around it, pray and return home. But we rarely notice some interesting carvings there or the murals in the two temples — the Prasanna Krishnaswamy Temple and the Shwetha Varahaswamy Temple. One…

Book Talk: A journey from boyhood
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Book Talk: A journey from boyhood

By Gouri Satya, Senior Journalist Title: Boyhood In The Valley Author: Nanjappa Parameshwaran Pages: 268 Price: 8.99 GBP [Rs. 838.06] Publisher: Olympia Publishers, London The book “Boyhood In The Valley” authored by Nanjappa Parameshwaran revolves around the story of Kumaran and his elder brother Krishnan, who spend their childhood marvelling over new film posters at…

Saga of small newspapers in Mysuru
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Saga of small newspapers in Mysuru

The history of journalism in Karnataka, aka  Karnataka Press, will be incomplete without reference to the role played by small newspapers. In fact, small newspapers form a significant portion of the history of journalism because of the important role played by them for over a century and half, says Mysuru-based Senior Journalist Gouri Satya, working…

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