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Green Ganapa
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Green Ganapa

By Team Star of Mysore: V. Shourabh, S.T. Ravikumar, Rajkumar Bhavasar, M.B. Pavan Murthy and M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav It is time for the Lord of Lords — Lord Ganesha — to arrive. The most powerful and the most merciful of all Gods needs some extra care and some extra attention. It is only fair that…

Government School in Mysuru runs from a Railway Workshop
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Government School in Mysuru runs from a Railway Workshop

By M.B. Pavan Murthy Mysuru: Thanks to the efforts of Good Samaritans, hundreds of poor children are getting education in this Government School that does not have a building of its own. The Railway Workshop located on Manandawadi Road at Ashokapuram plays host to the decades-old Government School. The Railway Department, apart from letting a…

An Apology of Raitha Santhe
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An Apology of Raitha Santhe

By M.B. Pavan Murthy At a time when the State Government is having several brain-storming sessions with top finance officers on the modalities, complications and the impact of farm loan waiver, this Weekend Star Supplement brings you the pathetic story of Raitha Santhe and Mini Markets that have been constructed across Mysuru. These markets, built…

Saying it with APPLES
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Saying it with APPLES

By M.B. Pavan Murthy Pics. by M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav Gone are the days when political leaders are greeted with a huge garland of flowers. The trend is now to welcome them with garlands that are made either with apples or almonds. Interestingly, a politician’s stature is measured in terms of the weight of the garland…

Disappearing Fragrance of Mysooru Mallige
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Disappearing Fragrance of Mysooru Mallige

By M.B. Pavan Murthy William Shakespeare’s axiom “A rose by any other name may smell just as sweet” may not apply to the famed ‘Mysooru Mallige.’ This variety of jasmine not only has unmatched fragrance but also an inextricable link with the royal city. The bond between Mysooru Mallige and Mysuru has grown strong over…

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