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Youth suffers electric shock, falls from pole
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Youth suffers electric shock, falls from pole

September 19, 2019

Mysuru: A 20-year-old youth sustained injuries after he fell from an electric pole due to electric shock at Kyathanahalli village in H.D. Kote taluk yesterday. The injured youth is Dinesh, son of Amavasegowda of Shindenahalli. He was rushed to a private hospital in city where he is undergoing treatment. It is alleged that the Lineman…

Kerala man ends life
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Kerala man ends life

July 22, 2019

Mysuru: A labourer from Kerala committed suicide by hanging self at Rayanakere Bus Stand on H.D. Kote Road here yesterday. The deceased has been identified as Moied (45), a native of Kerala. Police have suspected that Moied may have ended his life due to family problems. A case has been registered at Mysuru South Police…

Illegal electric fence kills elephant in H.D. Kote
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Illegal electric fence kills elephant in H.D. Kote

July 9, 2019

H.D. Kote: A 40-year-old elephant was electrocuted when it accidentally came in contact with an electrified fence near Anemala village in the taluk on Sunday night. Villager Subramanya had illegally electrified the fence around his land where he grew banana. The elephant, from Nagarahole National Park probably searching for food could have come in contact…

Tigress found dead near ‘Tiger Block’
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Tigress found dead near ‘Tiger Block’

June 24, 2019

H.D. Kote: The carcass of a tigress aged between 9 and 10 years was found near Hebballa Lake, ‘Tiger Block’ in H.D. Kote taluk  last evening. It is suspected that the tigress may have died about two days back and the carcass was decomposing. DCF Dr. K.C. Prashanth Kumar, Wildlife Warden Kruthika Alanahalli, RFO Madhu,…

Lone tusker returns to forest
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Lone tusker returns to forest

May 19, 2019

Pelting of stones on elephant by villagers hampers operation H.D. Kote: Frequent disturbance from villagers, who indulged in pelting stones on the elephant, hampered the operation undertaken by the Forest Department personnel yesterday, to drive the elephant that had strayed into Beechanahalli in H.D. Kote taluk. The elephant, which strayed into Beechanahalli on Friday, had…

Tribal stir enters fifth day
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Tribal stir enters fifth day

May 11, 2019

H.D. Kote:  The indefinite stir launched by tribals in front of the Mini Vidhana Soudha of H.D. Kote town seeking fulfilment of their various demands, entered the fifth day on Friday. Marking the fifth day’s stir, tribals from Hunsur, H.D.Kote and Periyapatna taluks, under the banner of Karnataka Aranya Moola Budakattu Samudayagala Okkoota and Haadi…

Tranquillised leopardess dies en-route to Mysuru Zoo
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Tranquillised leopardess dies en-route to Mysuru Zoo

May 11, 2019

Mysuru:  The leopardess that was tranquillised by the Forest Department at Kyathanahalli village near Gaddige in H.D. Kote Taluk died last evening while it was being shifted to Mysuru Zoo for treatment. The two-and-a-half-year-old feline was in a weak condition and it had sustained serious injuries as it was caught in a wire snare placed…

Tribals to stage overnight protest at H.D. Kote tomorrow
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Tribals to stage overnight protest at H.D. Kote tomorrow

May 5, 2019

Mysuru: Members of Karnataka Aranya Moola Budakattu Samudayagala Okkuta and tribals of Hunsur,  H.D. Kote and Periyapatna taluks will stage an overnight protest in front of H.D. Kote Mini Vidhana Soudha tomorrow.   Addressing a press conference here yesterday, Okkuta convener Shailendrakumar said that they would be staging the protest to urge the government for…

Tusker gores man to death in H.D. Kote
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Tusker gores man to death in H.D. Kote

May 4, 2019

H.D. Kote:  Just a day after coffee planter Chokira Sudha Kuttappa was trampled to death by an elephant at Srimangala in Kodagu district on Friday, a 50-year-old man was gored to death by a wild tusker near Madapura in H.D. Kote taluk of Mysuru district this morning. Hanumanthappa, a native of Kakkera in Raichur district…

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