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Tribals fight for livelihood in Corona-free Muthathi village
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Tribals fight for livelihood in Corona-free Muthathi village

May 24, 2021

By M.K. Mohanraj Mandya: As the State reels under the rampaging COVID-19 pandemic, around 150 tribal families in Muthathi forest area of Malvalli taluk in Mandya district are in deep distress. Even as many villages in the district are gripped by the deadly pandemic, the remote village of Muthathi near Halagur in Malavalli taluk has…

Suspecting COVID, relatives shy away from performing last rites
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Suspecting COVID, relatives shy away from performing last rites

April 25, 2021

RT-PCR report not given even after 5 days, allege villagers Malavalli: In a tragic incident, the body of a woman,  suspected to have died of COVID-19 pandemic, was left unattended in the portico of the house by her relatives and villagers for many hours at M. Shettahalli in Malavalli taluk of Mandya district here yesterday. …

MLA performs bhoomi puja for Gaganachukki infra project
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MLA performs bhoomi puja for Gaganachukki infra project

March 1, 2021

Malavalli: Malavalli MLA Dr. K. Annadani performed bhoomi puja for infrastructure development at the famous Gaganachukki Falls in Shivanasamudra taluk of Mandya district, at a cost of Rs. 4 crore. At a function held here yesterday, he claimed that while Jog Falls of Shivamogga district has bagged the first place in list of popular natural …

Devotees take ill after consuming ‘prasada’ at Maramma Temple
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Devotees take ill after consuming ‘prasada’ at Maramma Temple

October 29, 2020

50 take ill; three admitted to hospital and recovering Malavalli: More than 50 devotees took ill and three of them got admitted to a hospital after reportedly consuming ‘prasada’ distributed at Maramma Temple in Lingapattana village, Halagur hobli of Malavalli taluk. On Tuesday morning, a family had organised a puja at the Temple and distributed…

Couple killed in serial accident between two cars and bike on NH-209
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Couple killed in serial accident between two cars and bike on NH-209

September 14, 2020

Malavalli: A couple, travelling in their car along with their daughter, was killed in a serial accident involving two cars and a bike on National Highway (NH) 209 near Dasanadoddi village in Malavalli taluk yesterday. Eight others, including the couple’s daughter, who suffered injuries, have been admitted to hospitals in Mysuru and Bengaluru. The deceased…

Four from Mysuru region make the cut in UPSC results
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Four from Mysuru region make the cut in UPSC results

August 5, 2020

K.T. Meghana from Periyapatna overcomes poor vision to score 465th rank Mysore/Mysuru: As many as 42 candidates from Karnataka have cracked the coveted Civil Services Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) 2019. C.S. Jeydev topped the State with an All India Rank of 5 while B. Yashaswini and H. Vinod Patil were…

Kamegowda dug only pits but did not build ponds: Villagers
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Kamegowda dug only pits but did not build ponds: Villagers

July 18, 2020

70 villagers petition Mandya DC that ‘Pond Man’ was harassing them by denying access to graze cattle Malavalli: Just days after octogenarian ‘Pond Man’ or Kere Kamegowda of Dasanadoddi village in Malavalli taluk of Mandya district was recognised and lauded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly ‘Mann Ki Baat’ All India Radio address…

‘Water Warrior’ Kamegowda takes ill
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‘Water Warrior’ Kamegowda takes ill

July 11, 2020

Admitted to hospital with severe leg pain Mandya: Kamegowda, an octogenarian shepherd from Dasanadoddi village in Malavalli taluk, Mandya district, who was lauded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme for digging 16 ponds in his village to solve the village’s problem of water scarcity and converting the barren hillock into…

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