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Film City: Can Mysuru beat Ramanagaram?
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Film City: Can Mysuru beat Ramanagaram?

Mysuru:  The much sought-after Film City, which was granted to Mysuru, the City of  Palaces, was moved to Ramanagaram, the constituency represented by Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy in his Budget. But unhappy with the move, film-makers are now planning to convince the CM to retain the mega project in Mysuru. They argue that Himmavu is…

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ESCAPE TO EXPLORE

By V. Shourabh Trekking has become a popular trend and a picnic-sort of an activity these days. Mysuru and surrounding areas, which have several picnic spots and beautiful nature nearby, is something that needs to be explored. This Weekend Star Supplement focuses on some of the favourite trekking spots in and around Mysuru and also…

Selfie craze snuffs out three young lives
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Selfie craze snuffs out three young lives

Mandya/ Mysuru: Craze for a selfie in front of a moving train wiped out three young lives on the Mysuru-Bengaluru Railway track near Ramanagaram this morning. The young boys hailed from Bengaluru and were taking selfies when the speeding Mysuru-Solapur-Gol-Gumbaz Express ran over them. Their bodies were mangled beyond recognition and certain body parts were…

Two-headed calf!
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Two-headed calf!

A cow, owned by Puttegowda of Nidagodi village in Channapatna taluk of Ramanagaram district, gave birth to a calf with two heads and three eyes this morning. On learning about this, people from nearby villages are visiting the house of Puttegowda to have a glimpse of this rare calf.

C. Lingegowda
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C. Lingegowda

C. Lingegowda (85), father of writer Prof. Shivaramu Kadanakuppe, passed away at his residence in Kadanakuppe village of Ramanagaram this morning. An agriculturist, Lingegowda leaves behind his wife, two sons, daughters-in-law and a host of relatives. Last rites were performed at his native village this afternoon.

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