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Three PU students drown in Cauvery near Kushalnagar
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Three PU students drown in Cauvery near Kushalnagar

Kushalnagar: Three Pre-University students drowned when they went for a swim in River Cauvery at Madapatna near Kushalnagar in Kodagu district yesterday. Police said that the deceased were identified as 20-year-old Akash, 19-year-old Gagan and 21-year-old Shashank. They were studying Commerce in Government Junior College, Madikeri and they had came to their friend’s house in…

Retired AC dies in road accident
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Retired AC dies in road accident

Pet dog refuses to leave spot; forcibly taken away Kushalnagar: A retired Revenue Assistant Commissioner died on-the-spot after a truck collided against his car on Hassan-Kushalnagar State Highway near Thorenuru village yesterday morning. The deceased is 65-year-old Dr. K.A. Appaiah. His wife Meenakshi, who suffered serious injuries, has been shifted to a hospital in Mysuru….

Entry of tourists to Dubare Elephant Camp restricted
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Entry of tourists to Dubare Elephant Camp restricted

Kushalnagar: As an elephant housed at Dubare Elephant Camp near Nanjarayapatna is in musth resulting in tension in the camp, the entry of tourists into the camp has been restricted. Dubare Camp Forest Officer Ranjan said that apart from the elephant in the camp, most elephants at Dubare Forest are also in musth resulting in…

Will CM announce Kushalnagar, Ponnampet Taluks tomorrow?
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Will CM announce Kushalnagar, Ponnampet Taluks tomorrow?

HDK visiting Kodagu on Feb. 28 to distribute houses for Diddalli tribal communities Bengaluru: Kodagu is all set to get two more taluks as the State Government has decided to accord Taluk status to Kushalnagar and Ponnampet. Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy (HDK) is expected to make an official announcement in this regard when he will…

Silt Deposit Study begins at Harangi Dam
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Silt Deposit Study begins at Harangi Dam

Govt. allocates Rs. 75 crore for silt removal Geo Marine Solutions conducts survey Kushalnagar: Water level at Harangi Reservoir in Kodagu from where Cauvery water flows to Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam in Mandya is precariously low and is depleting by the day, causing concern. Realising the gravity of the situation, the State Government has…

Doctor suffocated to death near Kushalnagar
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Doctor suffocated to death near Kushalnagar

Kushalnagar (Kodagu):  A 55-year-old doctor was found murdered at his residence at Koppa on the outskirts of Kushalnagar this morning. Dr. Dileep, who owned Harsha Clinic at Fatima Complex in Kushalnagar town, is the victim. A native of Mudigere taluk in Chikkamagaluru district, Dr. Dileep, a bachelor, was running his clinic in the town for…

Harangi water level depletes: Kushalnagar residents worried
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Harangi water level depletes: Kushalnagar residents worried

Kushalnagar: Water level at Harangi Dam in Kodagu is slowly depleting. From its maximum capacity of 8.5 tmcft (thousand million cubic feet), the Dam level presently stands at 3.3 tmcft. The alarming depletion of water in Harangi has caused concern among residents of Kushalnagar, Koodige and surrounding areas who fear that they will face severe…

Hanging in balance
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Hanging in balance

Kushalnagar: The hanging bride built across Cauvery River near Sri Ramalingeshwara Temple at Kanive close to Kushalnagar in Somwarpet taluk of Kodagu District has been severely damaged by recent floods that devastated Kodagu. The hanging bridge connects villages along the border between Kodagu and Mysuru Districts. It also acted as a bond between villagers. The…

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