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Irresponsible way we maintain our heritage buildings
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Irresponsible way we maintain our heritage buildings

By K.B. Ganapathy, Editor-in-Chief I was not surprised to read Vikram Muthanna’s column ‘In Black and White’ titled ‘India is beautiful, Indians make it ugly’ published on Saturday 15th September 2018. He has thoughtfully taken the picture of that magnificent entry gate to the Government Guest House facing Bengaluru-Mysuru Road near Ya Allah Mosque. It…

Midnight escapade of Yeddyurappa leads to tremor in Coalition Government
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Midnight escapade of Yeddyurappa leads to tremor in Coalition Government

Mysuru: Following the political turbulence seen in Karnataka as a result of rumours about the imminent arrest of Water Resources Minister D.K. Shivakumar in the Income Tax case by the Enforcement Directorate, a Herculean effort seems to be underway to save and protect the number two powerful Minister in the Karnataka Coalition Government. Chief Minister…

Nature strikes terror in Kodagu
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Nature strikes terror in Kodagu

District Administration lacks professional approach; Mysore Citizens Forum visits Relief Centres Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. — Leo Tolstoy On August 22, 2018, Wednesday, a dozen members representing Mysore Citizens Forum (Mysuru Nagarikara Vedike) headed by Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji of Suttur Mutt went to Kodagu…

Book ‘Rise of a Barefoot Boy’ by Prof. J.A.K. Tareen released
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Book ‘Rise of a Barefoot Boy’ by Prof. J.A.K. Tareen released

Mysuru: Mysore Literary Association had organised a function at Rotary West auditorium in Saraswathipuram here this morning for the launch of the book ‘Rise of a Barefoot Boy: An Autobiography’ by former Vice-Chancellor of Kashmir University Prof. J.A.K. Tareen. Releasing the book, Star of Mysore Editor-in-Chief K.B. Ganapathy said that the book bares the politics…

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