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Whither Hawkers’ Zones?
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Whither Hawkers’ Zones?

Sir, Apropos the news item “City Police evict roadside shops” (SOM dated Aug. 12), roadside shops on Sayyaji Rao Road being cleared by the MCC and the Police is a ‘tamasha.’ Why do the authorities wait until they receive complaints to act? Why are they not proactive? These shops will reappear in just a couple…

Independence Day: Police issue guidelines
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Independence Day: Police issue guidelines

Mysuru: The Mysuru City Police have issued guidelines for the public to follow during the Independence Day celebrations at Torchlight Parade Ground in Bannimantap here, tomorrow. The Police have instructed the management of educational institutions to provide security to their students by deploying additional security and also instructed the students and public not to touch…

City Police evict roadside shops
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City Police evict roadside shops

The Mysuru City Police and the Mysuru City Corporation evicted roadside shops on footpaths of Sayyaji Rao Road yesterday. The drive was conducted after the Police received complaints from pedestrians regarding them facing problems while commuting on busy roads. The Police have also said that eviction drive would continue in the days to come.

IMEI number changing gang busted; two arrested
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IMEI number changing gang busted; two arrested

Mysuru: Even as the Department of Telecommunications is planning to notify rules that will make tampering of IMEI number a punishable offence with up to three years imprisonment, the City Police have yesterday busted a gang that is involved in altering the IMEI numbers of mobile phone handsets. International Mobile-Station Equipment Identity (IMEI) is a…

Man kills ex-wife: Slits her throat, escapes
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Man kills ex-wife: Slits her throat, escapes

Mysuru: What should have been a new beginning turned out to be a tragic end for Sunitha, despite she getting a divorce from her husband. The 29-year-old mother of an eight-year-old boy was allegedly killed by her ex-husband by slitting her throat here this morning. Sunitha, a resident of D-Block, I Stage, 18th Main Road,…

Janasnehi: Why are Police asking questions on caste status?
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Janasnehi: Why are Police asking questions on caste status?

Sir, The Mysuru Police have launched ‘Janasnehi,’ a people-friendly initiative, which is most welcome. In keeping with the initiative, the Police personnel are visiting door-to-door to create awareness among the people on the new initiative. But what is disappointing to note is that there are many instances where the Police visiting households have sought details…

People-friendly Beat Police system strengthened
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People-friendly Beat Police system strengthened

Mysuru: To further strengthen the bond between the Police and public, a people-friendly beat Police system has been introduced. The beat Police are going to visit each house in the city and respond to people’s problems. Mysuru City Police Commissioner Dr. A. Subrahmaneswara Rao announced the new beat system yesterday. This beat system is unique…

Police dogs steal show at Chinnara Mela
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Police dogs steal show at Chinnara Mela

Mysuru: Children at ‘Chinnara Mela’ were witness to a dog show conducted by the Mysuru City Police. The Police personnel demonstrated how the dogs were used in crime investigation, bomb detection and narcotics. The Police Dogs, Rashmi and Burfi, demonstrated the thefts detection. Police personnel, who acted as thieves, had hid the stolen materials between…

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