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Belachalawadi Lake near Begur breaches
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Belachalawadi Lake near Begur breaches

August 23, 2021

Standing ragi, jowar, sunflower crops in 70-acre land destroyed Begur: Standing crops and stored fertilisers in the fields worth several lakhs of rupees were lost as the Belachalawadi Lake near Begur in Gundlupet taluk breached yesterday. Many farmers have lost their standing crops and tonnes of fertilisers  that were stored in the fields to be…

Ardent fan’s suicide: BSY calls on family
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Ardent fan’s suicide: BSY calls on family

July 31, 2021

Hands over Rs. 5 lakh cash; promises another Rs. 5 lakh soon Gundlupet: Former CM B.S. Yediyurappa visited Bommalapura village in Gundlupet taluk of Chamarajanagar district yesterday where a BJP worker and an ardent fan had committed suicide following his resignation from the post of CM on July 26. Ravi (35) committed suicide as he…

Elephant electrocuted
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Elephant electrocuted

July 16, 2021

Gundlupet: A wild elephant died of electrocution after it came in contact with an illegal electric fence near Alathur village at Bandipur Reserve Forest in the taluk.  One Jagannath had fenced his field and had drawn power illegally to protect his groundnut crops from wild animals.  A female elephant aged between 35 and 40 years,…

Five-year-old killed as tractor runs over
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Five-year-old killed as tractor runs over

July 9, 2021

Shocked tractor driver commits suicide in Mysuru Gundlupet: A five-year-old boy was killed when a tractor reportedly ran over him yesterday morning and the tractor driver, who fled from the spot, committed suicide by consuming pesticides in Mysuru. The tragedy took place when the tractor was levelling the ground on the outskirts of Savakanahalli Palya…

Safari at Bandipur Tiger Reserve resumes
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Safari at Bandipur Tiger Reserve resumes

June 30, 2021

Only eight tourists go on safari this morning Gundlupet: The safari at Bandipur Tiger Reserve, which was stopped two months back following COVID-19 pandemic, resumed this morning with only eight tourists going on the safari in two trips. Before the safari began, all safari vehicles were disinfected and only four tourists were taken in the…

Decomposed carcass of tiger found in Bandipur
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Decomposed carcass of tiger found in Bandipur

June 11, 2021

Gundlupet: A carcass of a tiger in a decomposed state was found in Hongalli Forest area of Maddur Forest Range in Bandipur Reserve Forest yesterday.  The tiger was said to be between 10 and 11 years old and suspected to have died about four to five days ago as birds and maggots had eaten away…

Tigress found dead in Bandipur
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Tigress found dead in Bandipur

May 24, 2021

Gundlupet: A tigress aged between 8 and 9 years was found dead in an elephant trench at Soranagudda Forest Area, Lakshmanapura Beat, Nugu Range of Hediyala Sub-Division in Bandipur Tiger Reserve on May 22. The cracass of the tigress was found by the Forest Department staff, who were on their regular beat and informed the…

Setting fire to Maddur Forest in Bandipur
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Setting fire to Maddur Forest in Bandipur

April 26, 2021

One more nabbed; Total arrests goes up to four Gundlupet: The Forest Department officials, who had earlier arrested three persons on charges of setting fire to Maddur Forest in Bandipur Project Tiger recently, have arrested one more person, thus bringing the number of arrests to four. The arrested person is 55-year-old Kongalli of Lakshmipura village….

Three arrested for setting fire to forest in Bandipur
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Three arrested for setting fire to forest in Bandipur

April 24, 2021

Gundlupet: The Forest Department officials have arrested three persons on charges of setting fire to Maddur Forest in Bandipur Project Tiger recently. The arrested are 48-year-old Cheluva of Lakshmipura Colony, 38-year-old Ganesh of Kerala and a minor boy. Steps have been taken to arrest six more persons involved in the crime, said Bandipur Project Tiger…

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