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Minister assures to address problems  of small-scale electrical contractors
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Minister assures to address problems of small-scale electrical contractors

June 9, 2019

Mysuru: Tourism Minister S.R. Mahesh has assured to look into the problems of small-scale electrical contractors. He was speaking after receiving a memorandum from the contractors at the District-level convention of them organised by Karnataka State Licensed Electrical Contractors Association at MMC&RI Platinum Jubilee Hall here yesterday. The contractors alleged that the government was opting…

Cabinet nod for Government Holiday on 4th Saturdays
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Cabinet nod for Government Holiday on 4th Saturdays

June 7, 2019

Bengaluru: The State Cabinet on Thursday declared that the fourth Saturdays of every month will be a Government holiday, thus approving the recommendation of the Sixth Pay Commission. The rule will apply to all government departments, schools and colleges. Speaking to press persons after the Cabinet meeting yesterday, RDPR Minister Krishna Byregowda said that, however,…

Govt. releases Rs.120 crore for MMC&RI infrastructure development
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Govt. releases Rs.120 crore for MMC&RI infrastructure development

June 7, 2019

Bengaluru: The State Government has released Rs. 120 crore for development of infrastructure and construction of library and new blocks at Mysore Medical College and Research Institute (MMC&RI) in Mysuru. The State Cabinet which met yesterday, decided to appoint a contractor for the execution of works. The funds will be utilised for construction of a…

Mysuru temples pray for Rains
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Mysuru temples pray for Rains

June 6, 2019

Minister D.K. Shivakumar leads prayers at Sri Rishya Shringeshwara Temple in Chikkamagaluru Mysuru: The sound of Vedic hymns, chanting of mantras accompanied by beating of drums and ringing of bells reverberated from all the Muzarai temples across the State this morning as temples followed the Government directive to conduct pujas and yagnas to appease Rain…

Works on to beautify Brindavan Gardens
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Works on to beautify Brindavan Gardens

June 6, 2019

Mysuru: The State Government that had announced grandiose plans to convert Brindavan Gardens at Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) reservoir into a Disneyland-type amusement park has sanctioned money to develop a stretch of the garden near the Cauvery Statue. Horticulture Dept. is developing the Garden in front of the Royal Orchid Hotel near the Cauvery Statue…

English Medium classes in Government Schools from this academic year
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English Medium classes in Government Schools from this academic year

May 22, 2019

Bengaluru: Amidst severe opposition from several writers and Kannada activist, the State Government on Tuesday issued an order on starting English medium classes in a thousand Government Schools across the State from this academic year itself. The Government notification in this regard also mentions starting of 100 Public Schools and Pre-Primary Schools (Nursery Schools). The…

State Govt. mulls setting up of ‘water grid’
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State Govt. mulls setting up of ‘water grid’

May 18, 2019

Bengaluru: With the State undergoing a severe crisis due to a long spell of drought, the Government is mulling on setting up of ‘water grid’ on the lines of power grid in the State. With rivers and other water bodies drying up fast due to soaring heat and scanty rainfall, most parts of the State,…

Prasadam poisoning case: State Govt. takes over Sulwadi Maramma Temple
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Prasadam poisoning case: State Govt. takes over Sulwadi Maramma Temple

April 10, 2019

Chamarajanagar: Following the recommendation of Hindu Religious Endowment Department, also known as Muzrai, the State Government has finally issued orders to take over Kichguth Maramma Temple at Sulwadi in Hanur taluk of Chamarajanagar district. It may be recalled that this temple was in news for the incident that claimed 17 lives and more than 110…

Withdraw ban order imposed on cab aggregator, demands MLA Ramdas
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Withdraw ban order imposed on cab aggregator, demands MLA Ramdas

March 24, 2019

Over 75,000 vehicles ply across the State, livelihood of 1.5 lakh drivers affected Mysuru:  MLA S.A. Ramdas has urged the State Government to immediately withdraw the ban order imposed on  cab aggregator Ola in the State as it is affecting the livelihood of over 1.5 lakh drivers besides causing inconvenience to commuters across the State….

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