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Bus-tipper collision
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Bus-tipper collision

Hanagodu: Over 35 passengers had a providential escape this morning when a KSRTC bus in which they were travelling collided with a tipper near Bilikere Bus Stop. The impact of the accident was such that the tipper overturned and the bus driver was thrown out of the bus while an alert passenger sat on the…

Pesestrian killed as bus rams into house
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Pesestrian killed as bus rams into house

Malavalli: In a bizarre road mishap, a pedestrian was killed while four others were injured when a KSRTC bus rammed into a roadside house at Malavalli town early  this morning. The deceased has been identified as Mahadevu (45), working as a waterman at Malavalli town. The KSRTC bus was proceeding from Kollegal to Bengaluru at…

Expect 18 percent hike in KSRTC bus fares
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Expect 18 percent hike in KSRTC bus fares

Bengaluru: Following a steep hike in diesel prices in the last few days, the State Government has proposed to hike bus fares of State Road Transport Corporations by 18%. The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) and other regional transport Corporations have incurred a loss of Rs.186 crore during the last three months owing to…

Woman robbed of Rs. 1.80 lakh cash in KSRTC bus
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Woman robbed of Rs. 1.80 lakh cash in KSRTC bus

Mysuru: Beware if you are travelling in a crowded bus and if you are carrying a bag don’t ever hand it over to the people who are sitting. You might lose cash and valuables kept inside the bag as criminals will be watching your every move.   A woman learnt her lesson in a hard…

Wheel detaches from the moving bus
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Wheel detaches from the moving bus

Chamarajanagar: About 40 passengers, travelling in a KSRTC bus to Mysuru from Chamarajanagar, had a close shave when a rear wheel got detached from the moving bus near Badanakuppe village in the taluk yesterday. The KSRTC bus (KA-10 F-0140) left for Mysuru from Chamarajanagar at about 1.15 pm and when the bus crossed Badanakuppe village,…

KSRTC bus fatally knocks down motorcyclist
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KSRTC bus fatally knocks down motorcyclist

Mysuru: A bike rider was killed on-the-spot when the motorcycle he was riding (KA-45 Y-7119) was knocked down from behind by a KSRTC bus (KA-11 F-0421) near Hullenahalli on Mysuru-Hunsur Road this morning. The deceased has been identified as Devarajachari (28), son of Nanjappachari of Madhugiri Koppalu in Hunsur taluk. Devu, who is said to…

Student succumbs to injuries
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Student succumbs to injuries

Mysuru: A 16-year-old student, who had suffered serious injuries when a KSRTC bus rammed into the bike on which he was riding towards a farm on June 22 and admitted to a private hospital here, breathed his last on Monday at the hospital after failing to respond to the treatment. The deceased student is Manoj,…

Two killed, two injured as KSRTC bus rams into two bikes
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Two killed, two injured as KSRTC bus rams into two bikes

Bherya: Two persons were killed on the spot, while two others suffered serious injuries when a KSRTC bus rammed into their bikes on Hassan-Mysuru Highway near Chikkavaddara Gudi village yesterday. Those who died on the spot have been identified as Madhu (40), a resident of Gandhanahalli village in K.R. Nagar taluk and Padmamma (60), wife…

Fuel tank of city-bound KSRTC bus leaks
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Fuel tank of city-bound KSRTC bus leaks

Mysuru: Over 35 passengers of a luxury KSRTC bus (Volvo multi-axle) travelling from Bengaluru to Mysuru had a providential escape yesterday when the driver stopped the bus following a rupture in the fuel tank. Luckily the tank did not catch fire and the passengers were vacated as over 300 litres of diesel spilt from the…

Man killed as bus runs over
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Man killed as bus runs over

Mysuru: A man, who was crossing the road, was killed when a KSRTC bus (KA-10 F-0110) knocked him down and ran over him near a dhaba on Mysuru-Nanjangud Road in Kadakola near here on May 24 night. Police said that the man suffered serious head injuries and died on the spot. The man is said…

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