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Youth found dead on Railway track
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Youth found dead on Railway track

August 2, 2019

Mysuru: In a suspected case of suicide, a 23-year-old youth was found dead on the Railway track near Jayanagar Railway bridge this morning. The deceased has been identified as Arun (22), a resident of Kuvempunagar and son of Srinivas, a ZP employee. Arun left his house last night for his grandmother’s house at Ashokapuram. But…

Unidentified man run over by train
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Unidentified man run over by train

August 2, 2019

Mysuru: An unidentified man was run over by a train between City Railway Station and Mysuru New Goods Terminal (MNGT) Station here on Wednesday.  The victim is aged about 55 years, 5.6 ft. tall and was wearing a red and black stripped half-arm shirt and grey pant.  Mysuru Railway Police, who have registered a case,…

Unidentified body found
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Unidentified body found

July 27, 2019

Mysuru: Railway Police have found the body of an unidentified man aged about 55 years lying on the railway track between Naganahalli and Pandavapura. The deceased in said to be round-faced, medium built, wheatish complexion, 5.6 ft tall wearing brown trousers and white shirt with checks. Next of the kin of the deceased, if any,…

Unidentified man dies
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Unidentified man dies

July 25, 2019

Mysuru: The Mysuru Railway Police on July 22 had found an unidentified man lying sick on Platform No.3 at City Railway Station and rushed  him to K.R. Hospital, when he died midway. The unidentified man is aged about 60 years, round faced, oily red complexioned, has an old wound mark on the nose, and has…

Unidentified woman found dead
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Unidentified woman found dead

July 5, 2019

Mysuru: The Mysuru Railway Police have found a body of a woman at City Railway Station. The unidentified woman is aged about 75 years and the Railway Police have shifted the body to MMC&RI mortuary. The kith and kin of the deceased, if any, may contact Mysuru Railway Police Station on Ph: 0821-2516579, according to…

Unidentified body found
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Unidentified body found

June 7, 2019

Mysuru: Mysuru Railway Police, on June 4, have found a body of an unidentified woman between Nanjangud and Chamarajanagar Railway Stations. The unidentified woman aged between 55 and 60 years is 5.2 ft. tall, oval faced, wheatish complexioned, normal built and was wearing a green colour polyester blouse and a flower design saree. The Mysuru…

Is your mobile phone stolen?  Contact Railway Police
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Is your mobile phone stolen? Contact Railway Police

June 3, 2019

Mysore: The Mysuru Railway Police has asked persons who have lost their mobile phones in trains to take them back after providing relevant documents. Over 10 mobile handsets have been recovered from mobile thieves who have been arrested by the Railway Police. The arrested are Srinivas alias Siddappaji, a resident of Kilara village in Keregodu…

Unidentified body found
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Unidentified body found

May 17, 2019

Mysuru:  The Mysuru Railway Police, on May 15, have found a body of an unidentified man lying on Platform No. 1 at Srirangapatna Railway Station. The unidentified man, aged between 40 and 45 years is 5.5 ft. tall, wheatish complexioned and was wearing a full arm shirt and black jeans pant. The Railway Police, who…

Unidentified body found
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Unidentified body found

March 29, 2019

Mysuru:  The Mysuru Railway Police, on Mar. 25, have found a body of an unidentified man between Naganahalli and MNGT Railway Stations and have shifted the body to MMC&RI mortuary. The deceased is aged about 50 years, 5 ft. tall, round faced, dark complexioned, normal built, and was wearing a maroon striped full arm shirt…

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