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Gram Panchayat officials accused of cruelty on captured monkeys
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Gram Panchayat officials accused of cruelty on captured monkeys

August 10, 2021

Video of hungry monkeys goes viral on social media Chamarajanagar: Gram Panchayat officials have been accused of showing cruelty to captured monkeys by not providing food and water to them. About 50 monkeys, that were creating menace at Kagalawadi village in the taluk, were captured by expert monkey catchers and placed in a cage following…

No Monkey Fever in Mysuru
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No Monkey Fever in Mysuru

April 30, 2020

Lab reports confirm presence of Organo Phosphorus Compounds in samples of three dead monkeys Mysore/Mysuru: The Southern Regional Disease Diagnostic Laboratory of the Institute of Animal  Health and Veterinary Biologicals at Hebbal in Bengaluru, which tested the samples of three monkeys which were found dead under mysterious circumstances in an Ashram premises at Hadajana village…

Mystery shrouds death of three monkeys in Mysuru
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Mystery shrouds death of three monkeys in Mysuru

April 20, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Three monkeys were found dead under mysterious circumstances in an ashram premises at Hadajana village in the taluk today, triggering panic among the people of the region. Three more monkeys are battling for life and are being treated.  Following the deaths of the monkeys, a complaint has been lodged with the officials of the…

Hungry monkeys look for food, water; cows take rest
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Hungry monkeys look for food, water; cows take rest

April 15, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Intense summer heat and the lockdown have taken a toll on monkeys living on the steps of Chamundi Hill. Usually, they depend on the food, fruits and other eatables offered by devotees. Now with the lockdown, the Chamundi Temple is closed for devotees. This has had a cascading effect on the monkey food. Plus…

30 monkeys poisoned to death; dumped at Pandavapura
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30 monkeys poisoned to death; dumped at Pandavapura

April 17, 2017

Pandavapura – Carcasses of as many as 30 monkeys suspected to have been poisoned to death by miscreants were found on the outskirts of Kerethonnuru in Pandavapura yesterday. Villagers noticed the carcasses at a desolate place near Kanive Borappa Temple. The dead monkeys were tied up in gunny bags and dumped. Local people suspect that…

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