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No boating in Ranganathittu
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No boating in Ranganathittu

Rain picks up pace in Kodagu; cloud-seeding operations from Mysuru from July 24 Mysuru: Boating operations have been suspended at Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary from yesterday for an indefinite period as the  flow in the Cauvery has significantly increased. The bird sanctuary is located on the banks of River Cauvery downstream of KRS reservoir near Srirangapatna…

Kodagu receives moderate rainfall
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Kodagu receives moderate rainfall

Landslide sweeps away under-construction house; vehicles damaged Madikeri: At last, the farmers of Cauvery Catchment Area can breathe a sigh of relief as Kodagu began to receive rainfall as predicted by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) till July 22 (tomorrow). With IMD predicting heavy rainfall, the District Administration has issued a ‘Red Alert’ in Kodagu….

Missing Kodagu boy traced in Mysuru
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Missing Kodagu boy traced in Mysuru

Madikeri/ Mysuru: A Madikeri youth, who left his house on July 5 saying that he was going to the college to see his 2nd PUC preparatory exam results and went missing, has been traced in Mysuru. The missing youth, who has been found, is Tej Kumar. Following Tej Kumar going missing, his parents had lodged…

Monsoon to become active again from  tomorrow: Kodagu DC issues Orange Alert
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Monsoon to become active again from tomorrow: Kodagu DC issues Orange Alert

Madikeri: With the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicting very heavy rains in Kodagu district (115.6mm to 204.4mm), for five days from July 18 to 22, Kodagu Deputy Commissioner (DC) Annies Kanmani Joy has issued ‘Orange Alert’ across the district. Orange level weather warnings is for weather conditions which have the capacity to make a significant…

South West Monsoon takes a break in Kodagu
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South West Monsoon takes a break in Kodagu

District receives only 9 mm rainfall in the last 24 hours; waterfalls weaken. KRS water level stands at 89.85 feet against a maximum level of 124.80 feet. Weatherman predicts that rains might pick up pace after July 17. Madikeri:Monsoon has taken a break in Kodagu and in the last 24 hours, the average rainfall recorded…

Restrictions at Mallalli Falls
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Restrictions at Mallalli Falls

Madikeri: Anticipating more rains after July 15 and the rush of water at the famed waterfalls of Kodagu, the District Administration has decided to file case against offenders who refuse to follow precautionary rules at Mallalli Falls in Somwarpet taluk.  After over 14 lives were claimed at Mallalli Falls, the Administration has taken up protective…

Mysuru-Kushalnagar Railway Line gets Centre nod
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Mysuru-Kushalnagar Railway Line gets Centre nod

Project enters Railway ‘Pink Book’ despite stiff opposition from environmentalists  Railway line will start from Belagola and end at Benegal in Mysuru district Train will not enter Kodagu and no damage to forests, say officials New Delhi: Despite repeated  assurances, statements in Parliament and submissions before the Court of Law by the Centre that it…

The Sour Truth
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The Sour Truth

It is monsoon season in Kodagu and though rains are less this year, people in remote villages of Kodagu, who have grown Garcinia gummi-gutta tree in their estates or have access to the tree grown in the wild, are busy in preparing Kachampuli, the dark, tart vinegar. Kachampuli preparation has been passed on from generations…

Finally, monsoon gains vigour in Kodagu
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Finally, monsoon gains vigour in Kodagu

Triveni Sangama at Bhagamandala is nearing submersion; monsoon 54% below normal in Kodagu Madikeri: After taking an initial long break, the Southwest Monsoon has picked up pace in Kodagu and it has been raining cats and dogs since the last three days. Rains have resulted in inundation of several low-lying areas and overflowing of rivulets…

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