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Youth loses arm while trying to board moving train
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Youth loses arm while trying to board moving train

Mysuru: A man lost his arm while trying to board a moving train at Sujathapuram Railway Station in Nanjangud on Aug. 18. He has been identified as 30-year-old Paramesh, son of late Shivanna and a resident of Srirangapatna in Mandya district. Paramesh, who has been working as a construction worker since about three years, used…

Dengue and brain fever: Two from Nanjangud admitted to NIMHANS
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Dengue and brain fever: Two from Nanjangud admitted to NIMHANS

Nanjangud: Two persons from Nanjangud taluk, who had developed dengue and brain fever, have been admitted to NIMHANS in Bengaluru. Those admitted are 19-year-old Shilpa of Hadya village and 23-year-old Andani of Sinduvalli in the taluk. The condition of both are critical, according to the doctors. Shilpa and Andani, who had developed fever, was brought…

Woman draws pension of her dead sister for ten years!
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Woman draws pension of her dead sister for ten years!

Nanjangud: A woman, who was forging the signature of her dead younger sister and drawing her pension for ten years, has come to light lately. Rajamma, resident of Veeradevanapura in the taluk, had died on October 7, 2007. Her elder sister Shantamma, without revealing this, was drawing her (younger sister’s) pension thus duping the Bank….

Textile shop burgled in N’gud
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Textile shop burgled in N’gud

Nanjangud: An increase in number of theft cases in town of late has driven the residents to panic. Last night a textile shop on R.P. Road, 18th Cross was reportedly burgled by forcing open the rolling-shutter and miscreants have stolen Rs. 20,000 in cash and goods worth Rs. 30,000, according to a complaint lodged by…

Woman dies of suspected dengue
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Woman dies of suspected dengue

Nanjangud: A woman from Nanjangud, who was admitted to a private hospital in Mysuru for suspected Dengue fever, passed away at the Hospital yesterday. The deceased woman has been identified as Nafisa Fathima (44), wife of Shafiq Ahmed and a resident of Housing Board Colony in Nanjangud. Shafiq owned an ‘Engineering Works’ shop on Nanjangud-Ooty…

‘Badanavalu has highest number of cases on atrocities against women’
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‘Badanavalu has highest number of cases on atrocities against women’

Nanjangud: Nanjangud Taluk Panchayat Standing Committee Chairman Shivanna has said that it was a matter of shame that Badanavalu Police Station in the taluk has most cases of atrocities against women. Addressing a meeting with officials of various Departments at the Taluk Panchayat here yesterday, Shivanna said that Badanavalu Police Station had registered 302 cases…

Students kept hungry for Minister !
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Students kept hungry for Minister !

Nanjangud: If the first Independence Day could be celebrated at midnight and if Goods and Services Taxes could be launched at midnight, here in Karnataka, Social Welfare Minister H. Anjaneya thinks why not a boys’ hostel be inaugurated at midnight. At least from what happened in Nanjangud yesterday midnight, it could well be taken that…

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