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Echo of harassment complaints: HDK to seek public opinion on holding Open Street Fest
Mysore Dasara 2018, News

Echo of harassment complaints: HDK to seek public opinion on holding Open Street Fest

Mysuru: Following several incidents of sexual harassment as reported in the media and in various social media platforms, Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy said the State Government will review the conduct of the Open Street Festival if public opinion was against holding such events. The festival, held last Saturday (Oct. 13) at Krishnaraja Boulevard as part…

Open Street Festival: Suo moto complaint to be registered
Mysore Dasara 2018, News

Open Street Festival: Suo moto complaint to be registered

Mysuru: The State Women’s Commission will file suo moto complaint against those who have allegedly misbehaved and molested the women at the Open Street Festival, said Women’s Commission Chairperson  K.G. Nagalakshmi Bai. She was addressing the media after inaugurating the Janapada Siri Dance at the J.K. Grounds, here yesterday and said that she would gather…

Open Street Festival tomorrow: Traffic restrictions
Mysore Dasara 2018, News

Open Street Festival tomorrow: Traffic restrictions

Mysuru: On account of Open Street Festival organised by the District Administration on Krishnaraja Boulevard (KRB), the City Traffic Police have imposed a complete ban on vehicular movement tomorrow. The ban will be specifically imposed on the stretch from Mahatma Gandhi bust Junction to ORI (Oriental Research Institute) Junction on Krishnaraja Boulevard. Traffic diversions are…

‘Open Street Festival’ on Oct. 13
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‘Open Street Festival’ on Oct. 13

Carnival to be held on Krishnaraja Boulevard from 8 am to 9.30 pm Mysuru: As part of Dasara festivities, the Tourism Department in association with various organisations, has organised an ‘Open Street Festival’ in city. The event will be held on Oct. 13 from 8 am to 9.30 pm on Krishnaraja Boulevard (stretch between Oriental…

Open Street Fest on KR Boulevard
Mysore Dasara 2018, News

Open Street Fest on KR Boulevard

Mysuru:  In view of overwhelming response from visitors to the Dasara Open Street Festival held on D. Devaraja Urs Road last year, the District Administration and the Department of Tourism have decided to hold this year’s festival at Krishnaraja Boulevard, which is free from heavy traffic and which is convenient for both visitors and organisers….

Mysuru Winter Festival: Fashion show at Open Street Festival tomorrow
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Mysuru Winter Festival: Fashion show at Open Street Festival tomorrow

Mysuru: This year’s ten-day Mysuru Winter Festival has been a great hit among the tourists as well as the local residents. People have been thronging Mysore Palace and other venues to witness cultural programmes and flower show as well. Now, as part of the winter extravaganza, the District Administration and Department of Tourism have organised…

Residents oppose Open Street Festival
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Residents oppose Open Street Festival

Mysuru: Over 50 residents of Devaraja Mohalla staged a protest this morning opposing the move of the District Administration to organise an ‘Open Street Festival’ on Dec. 30 at Devaraj Urs Road. The residents contended that they were yet to get over the inconvenience faced by them during similar festival held during Dasara-2017. They said…

Winter is here! So is the Mysuru Winter Festival
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Winter is here! So is the Mysuru Winter Festival

Mysuru: With tourists yet to come out of this year’s Dasara hangover, the Mysuru District Administration has extend a cordial invite for the tourists and Mysureans to be a part of Mysuru Winter Festival – 2017. You read it right! The City of Palaces will be hosting a 10-day spectacle from Dec.23, 2017 to Jan.1,…

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