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Bypoll: Nominations from tomorrow
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Bypoll: Nominations from tomorrow

With the Election Commission of India (ECI) announcing the poll schedule for Nanjangud and Gundlupet bypoll, the filing of nominations will commence from tomorrow. The nominations can be filed between 11 am and 3 pm at the respective taluk offices until Mar.21. The scrutiny of nomination papers will be taken up on Mar.22 and the…

BSY officially launches BJP poll campaign in Nanjangud
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BSY officially launches BJP poll campaign in Nanjangud

Setting the tone for the BJP’s campaign for the prestigious Nanjangud bypoll, former CM and State BJP Chief B.S. Yeddyurappa this morning, launched the official poll campaign from Devanur in the taluk after seeking the blessings Devanur Mutt Seer Sri Mahanta Swamiji. Later, addressing the gathering at Devanur, Yeddyurappa said the Nanjangud bypoll was a…

Boy drowns in River Kapila
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Boy drowns in River Kapila

He was supposed to go for tuition but went for swimming instead In a tragic incident, a 13-year-old boy, who left home saying that he was going to tuition but went for swimming instead, met his watery grave in River Kapila here yesterday afternoon. The deceased boy has been identified as Ravikumar, son of M….

Poll code: Surrender arms to Police
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Poll code: Surrender arms to Police

With the announcement of poll date for Nanjangud Assembly bypoll as April 9, the model code of conduct will be in force from   Mar. 9 till Apr. 15. To give no room for any unsavoury incident during the byelection and to maintain law and order, those possessing arms under the Arms Licence Act should surrender…

Woman burnt alive by husband, in-laws
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Woman burnt alive by husband, in-laws

In a gory incident, a 24-year-old newly-married woman was burnt to death by her husband and in-laws at Biligere in the taluk yesterday. The deceased has been identified as Rathnamma (24). Rathnamma of Banur village in Mysuru taluk got married to one Ravi, 29, of Biligere just three months ago. But days after her marriage,…

City based NGO donates band set to Govt. School
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City based NGO donates band set to Govt. School

Ace Education Trust, a city-based NGO, donated a band set to Government Higher Primary School, Thandavapura in Nanjangud, under the CSR initiative of United Breweries Ltd.  The band set was handed over to Head Mistress Mahadevi by Ace Education Trust Founder-Director Dr. Raju Deshani and B.B. Venkappa of United Breweries recently.

DC orders strict poll code enforcement
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DC orders strict poll code enforcement

With the election model code of conduct coming into force with immediate effect after the Election Commission announcing the schedule for Nanjangud and Gundlupet constituencies by-elections yesterday, Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep held a preliminary meeting with officials at his office this morning. Randeep said that teams have been formed to strictly enforce the code of…

DC launches cleaning drive in N’gud
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DC launches cleaning drive in N’gud

Deputy Commissioner (DC) D. Randeep, launched the cleaning programme of Sri Srikanteshwara Temple surroundings organised jointly by the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), District Administration, Nanjangud Industries Association, Temple Administration Board and Nanjangud City Municipal Council in the Temple Town recently. The cleaning was undertaken at Kapila River bathing ghat, temple premises and surroundings….

Nanjangud, Gundlupet bypolls on Apr. 9
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Nanjangud, Gundlupet bypolls on Apr. 9

The battle lines for Nanjangud and Gundlupet Assembly byelections have been drawn with the Election Commission of India (ECI) notifying the much-awaited poll schedule for the two Assembly segments this afternoon. According to the schedule,  polling for the two Assembly seats will be held on Apr. 9. The filing of nominations will begin on Mar….

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