Tag: Kuvempunagar

This median does not serve any purpose
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This median does not serve any purpose

Sir, A majority of city roads have been divided by providing medians. These medians, instead of helping in smooth flow of traffic, have become a nuisance. Take the case of Sahukar Chennaiah Road leading towards Maruthi Temple in Kuvempunagar. This wide road was good enough to take care of the density of traffic throughout the…

Kuvempunagar bus stand building lying idle!
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Kuvempunagar bus stand building lying idle!

Sir, Kuvempunagar bus stand complex (a 3-storey building) built under Centre’s JNNURM scheme was inaugurated on 9.4.2011. Since then, the huge complex is lying idle except transit bus stop-over. The property could earn lot of revenue by giving it on rent to banks, offices and shops. Also, the building maintenance will cost a lot to…

Garbage scattered on Gaganachumbi Double Road
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Garbage scattered on Gaganachumbi Double Road

Sir, There is poor waste management in Kuvempunagar (Gaganachumbi Double Road) area opposite Jodi Basava Temple. The MCC workers do not collect the garbage kept on the passage for days together and it gets scattered everywhere. This is an unhealthy practice considering the current scenarios where dengue is spreading across the city through mosquitoes. The…

Theft in electronic showroom
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Theft in electronic showroom

Mysuru: Miscreants made away with Rs. 10,000 in cash from an electronic company showroom located on Panchamanthra Road in Kuvempunagar in city. The incident came to light this morning when the owner opened the shop and found that Rs. 10,000 cash was missing from the cash box. On receiving information, Kuvempunagar Police visited the spot…

Investiture Ceremony held: Gnanaganga Vidyapeeta
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Investiture Ceremony held: Gnanaganga Vidyapeeta

The Investiture Ceremony of Gnanaganga Vidyapeeta, Kuvempunagar, was held recently. District Kannada Sahitya Parishat President Dr. Y.D. Rajanna was the chief guest. Elected student leaders, led by Student-President Shreya, are seen taking oath. Faculty members, HMs, in-charge Heads, Principal, Administrator and Institution Secretary were present on the occasion.

Investiture Ceremony held: Sree Cauvery Educational Institutions, Kuvempunagar
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Investiture Ceremony held: Sree Cauvery Educational Institutions, Kuvempunagar

The Investiture Ceremony was held at the Institution premises recently. Dr. L. Savitha, Senior Principal and Secretary, Kautilya Vidyalaya, Mysuru, was the chief guest who inducted badges to the School Captains Deepak and Rakshitha and House Captains. Prof. K.C. Belliappa, Chairman of the Institution, presided over the function. All the Education Council members were present….

Financial help for poor and meritorious students
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Financial help for poor and meritorious students

Mysuru: As part of 137 Ramana Jayanti celebrations, Sri Ramana Jnana Kendra Trust, Adichunchanagiri Road, Kuvempunagar, is offering a financial help to the poor and meritorious students, who have passed SSLC examination for the year 2016-17,  from any school within the city limits and intend to continue their studies. Prescribed application forms can be obtained…

Linen Club Showroom inaugurated
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Linen Club Showroom inaugurated

MLA Vasu is seen lighting the lamp to inaugurate the Linen Club Showroom in Kuvempunagar on May 29. Others seen are (from left) N.V. Hegde of Hotel Shringar, Sachhidanand Hegde, Proprietor and M.J. Ravikumar, Mayor.

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