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Legislative Council Elections: Mysuru gears up for counting tomorrow
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Legislative Council Elections: Mysuru gears up for counting tomorrow

Mysuru: The counting of votes cast in the biennial election to the Legislative Council seats from South-Teachers, South-West Teachers and South-West Graduates Constituencies will be taken up at Maharani’s Women’s Commerce and Management College, Valmiki Road junction, Vinayakanagar (Paduvarahalli) at 8 am tomorrow (June 12). The election to the three Constituencies along with three other…

Election for South Teachers Constituency Legislative Council seat tomorrow
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Election for South Teachers Constituency Legislative Council seat tomorrow

9 candidates in fray; Counting of votes on June 12 Mysuru: The election to the Legislative Council seat from South Teachers Constituency, covering the districts of Mysuru, Mandya, Chamarajanagar and Hassan, will take place from 7 am to 5 pm tomorrow. Also, across Karnataka, the election for Legislative Council seats from South-West Teachers, South-East Teachers,…

Sale of liquor banned
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Sale of liquor banned

Mysuru: In the wake of the Legislative Council Polls from South Teachers Constituency on June 8, sale of liquor is banned from 5 pm on June 6 to 5 pm on June 8 in order to ensure a free and fair polls. In a press release, DC Abhiram G. Sankar said that a dry day…

South Teachers Constituency: Electoral Rolls published
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South Teachers Constituency: Electoral Rolls published

Mysuru: The Election Commission has published the Electoral Rolls and the list of Polling Centres for the Legislative Council Polls of South Teachers Constituency covering the districts of Mysuru, Mandya, Chamarajanagar and Hassan, in the website — http:/www.mysore.nic.in/MLC-election-kn.htm, according to a press release from Mysuru Deputy Commissioner Abhiram G. Sankar, who is also the District…

Canvassing for Council Polls: MLA S.A. Ramdas
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Canvassing for Council Polls: MLA S.A. Ramdas

MLA S.A. Ramdas seeking votes for BJP Candidate B. Niranjan Murthy, who is contesting from South Teachers’ Constituency for the Legislative Council Polls from the lecturers of Nataraja PU College at Nataraja Choultry on Shankar Mutt Road in city yesterday. Candidate Niranjan Murthy, City BJP President Dr.B.H. Manjunath and others look on.

Canvassing for Council Polls
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Canvassing for Council Polls

BJP National Council Member B.P. Manjunath is seen canvassing for BJP candidate B. Niranjan Murthy, who is contesting the Legislative Council Polls from South Teachers’ Constituency, at CPC Polytechnic in city yesterday as former Mayor Sandesh Swamy, leaders Chethan Manjunath, Manju C. Gowda, Narasimha, Swamy, Jagadish and others look on.

Canvassing for Council Polls
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Canvassing for Council Polls

The newly-elected Chamaraja MLA L. Nagendra is seen canvassing for BJP candidate B. Niranjan Murthy, who is contesting the Legislative Council elections from South Teachers’ Constituency, at Maharani’s  Arts College in city recently. Karnataka Rakshana Vedike  District  President  and Bjp leader K. Madesh and others accompanied the MLA. The elections will be held on June…

Legislative Council polls: Two withdraw nominations
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Legislative Council polls: Two withdraw nominations

Mysuru:  After 15th Assembly elections, the focus has now shifted to the Biennial election to the Karnataka Legislative Council from Graduates’ and Teachers’ constituencies. The elections will be held on June 8 from 8 am to 4 pm and the counting will be held on June 12. Yesterday was the last day for withdrawing the…

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