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MGP urges PM to end KSOU students’ woes
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MGP urges PM to end KSOU students’ woes

Mysuru: Mysore Grahakara Parishat (MGP) has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to set up a Commission to find ways to help the students of Karnataka State Open University (KSOU), who are suffering for no fault of theirs since the past two-and-a-half years. In a letter to the PM dated August 26, 2017, MGP Secretary Dr….

MGP launches Green Mysuru project
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MGP launches Green Mysuru project

Mysuru: Mysore Grahakara Parishat, in association with District Administration, Mysuru City Corporation and Forest Department, launched the ‘Green Mysuru,’ project, by planting 100-120 saplings at Hyder Ali Park, Kesare 2nd Stage (Subash Nagar) here this morning. MGP Secretary M.M. Shenoi said that it was an ambitious project of the MGP to plant nearly 3 to…

Encroachment of Poornaiah Canal: MGP delegation meets DC, demands demolition of illegal buildings
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Encroachment of Poornaiah Canal: MGP delegation meets DC, demands demolition of illegal buildings

Mysuru: A delegation led by Mysore Grahakara Parishat (MGP) and Kukkarahalli Ulisu Group has demanded eviction of encroachments including demolition of illegal buildings on Poornaiah Canal in Sharadadevinagar here. The delegation, led by MGP Secretary M.M. Shenoi, submitted a memorandum in this regard to Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep at his office here this morning. They…

MGP monthly meeting on Police issues
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MGP monthly meeting on Police issues

Mysuru: Mysore Grahakara Parishat’s monthly public meeting to be held on Sunday (Aug. 13) at 4 pm at its office in Yadavagiri, will focus on Police issues. N. Rudramuni, Additional Superintendent of Police, will interact with the public. For details contact Ph: 2515150, according to a press release from Dr. M.M. Shenoi, Secretary, MGP.

Academic Terrorist: MGP clarifies
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Academic Terrorist: MGP clarifies

Sir, This refers to the report regarding the press conference addressed by former VC Prof. K.S. Rangappa on issues pertaining to KSOU (SOM dated Aug.2). In this connection, I wish to state the following to clear the doubts, if any, in the minds of the readers: Mysore Grahakara Parishat (MGP) has not made any statement…

Meet on problems in Medical Field at MGP
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Meet on problems in Medical Field at MGP

Mysuru: Prof. B.R. Sainath Iyer (retired Professor of Pharmacology) and Dr. T. N. Manjunath of Mysore Grahakara Parishat (MGP) have organised a meeting on “Problems encountered by Mysureans in Medical Field” on July 14 (Friday) at 5 pm  in MGP office, 6/1, Vivekananda Road, Yadavagiri. Doctors (both government and private) have been invited to the…

MCC Comr. to interact with public at MGP
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MCC Comr. to interact with public at MGP

Mysuru: The monthly public meeting of Mysore Grahakara Parishat (MGP) to be held on Sunday (July 9) at 4 pm at its office on Vivekananda Road, Yadavagiri, will focus on issues connected with Mysuru City Corporation(MCC): Property tax, building bye-law violations, food adulteration, ward committees, etc. MCC Commissioner G. Jagadeesha will interact with the public….

MGP to join hands for Green Mysuru Project
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MGP to join hands for Green Mysuru Project

Mysuru: The Environment Committee of Mysore Grahakara Parishat (MGP) at its monthly meeting, in Yadavagiri, here yesterday, decided to focus on greening of Mysuru in association with other organisations. Speaking to Star of Mysore, MGP Secretary Dr. M. Mohandas Shenoy, said that the main objective at the meeting was to take up the issue of…

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