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Crochet Queens knit caps, cowls for soldiers
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Crochet Queens knit caps, cowls for soldiers

Mysuru: Mother India’s Crochet Queens (MICQ), Mysuru, are taking part in a huge project of donating warm cowls and caps to the brave soldiers facing extreme weather conditions at the borders. Around six women and a few students of a government school from Mysuru are contributing more than 130 sets towards this noble cause. Addressing…

Presentation on Indian Army recruitment procedure
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Presentation on Indian Army recruitment procedure

Mysuru: The Indian Army had organised a presentation on Recruitment Procedure at St. Philomena’s College here recently. Major Joseph, who made the presentation, explained about how soldiers were serving the country in the borders. He  also briefed on how students can join the Army, what are the procedures, qualifications and advantages. Later, he screened videos…

Three bullets removed from injured Mysuru soldier
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Three bullets removed from injured Mysuru soldier

Mysuru: B. Ramesh, a soldier from Bhadregowdanakoppal in Yelwal hobli here, who was seriously injured during a crossfire between Army personnel and terrorists at Kupwara in Jammu & Kashmir on Apr. 26 and admitted to the Military Hospital in Srinagar, is said to be out of danger. AC C.L. Ananda, who was in constant touch…

Soldier from Mysuru injured during battle with terrorists in J&K
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Soldier from Mysuru injured during battle with terrorists in J&K

Mysuru: A Mysurean, who is serving as a soldier in the Indian Army, has been injured during a battle with terrorists at Kupwara in Jammu and Kashmir on Apr. 26. The injured soldier has been identified as 28-year-old B. Ramesh, son of late Basavarajegowda and a resident of Bhadregowdanakoppal, Yelwal hobli in the taluk, who…

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