Tag: Sayyaji Rao Road

Hotels make a killing
Dasara 2017, News

Hotels make a killing

Mysuru: Chief Minister Siddharmaiah has expressed his displeasure at the distribution of free passes to the public. At the same time he has condoned the District Administration and the Dasara Special Sub-Committee as they were helpless to meet the demands of the free passes. In fact, the CM himself has said that a Cabinet Minister…

City Police evict roadside shops
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City Police evict roadside shops

The Mysuru City Police and the Mysuru City Corporation evicted roadside shops on footpaths of Sayyaji Rao Road yesterday. The drive was conducted after the Police received complaints from pedestrians regarding them facing problems while commuting on busy roads. The Police have also said that eviction drive would continue in the days to come.

Pedestrians too at fault
Voice of The Reader

Pedestrians too at fault

Sir, The news on chaotic traffic on Sayyaji Rao road clearly highlighted the carelessness of the motorists (SOM dated July 4). However, it ignored the pedestrians’ misdeeds on this stretch of the road. Many a time these pedestrians are responsible to open the barricades everywhere on this road. They fail to reach the designated pedestrian…

Ease traffic on Sayyaji Rao Road
Voice of The Reader

Ease traffic on Sayyaji Rao Road

Sir, The report “Chaotic traffic on Sayyaji Rao Road”  (SOM dated July 4) surprises the citizens of this city! Your reporter has presented a clear picture of how unruly road-users are taking the law-abiding people to ransom. Sayyaji Rao Road is not the only road, the whole of the city traffic is in a total…

Chaotic traffic on Sayyaji Rao Road, thanks to unruly motorists
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Chaotic traffic on Sayyaji Rao Road, thanks to unruly motorists

Mysuru: It is a free-for-all at Sayyaji Rao Road where motorists, stray cows and pedestrians jostle for space. While stray cows squat on the middle of the road and roam wherever they wish, two-wheelers violate traffic by entering barricades (wherever space is available). Due to this disorderly situation, motorists who go by the rule and…

Convert Mysore Vasudevacharya’s house into a Memorial
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Convert Mysore Vasudevacharya’s house into a Memorial

Sir, I fully endorse the thoughtful suggestion of Yadupathi Putty in his letter titled “Preserve Sangeetha Kalanidhi Mysore Vasudevacharya’s house” (SOM dated May 17) with regard to making it into a suitable monument. My Guruji (late) Mysore B. K. Padmanabha Rao was one of the senior-most disciples of the Acharya and I had the privilege…

Lamp post leaning dangerously on Sayyaji Rao Road
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Lamp post leaning dangerously on Sayyaji Rao Road

A lamp post installed on Sayyaji Rao Road opposite to Cafe Aramane near Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) is leaning dangerously and may fall on to the road resulting in injuries to motorists and pedestrians which may prove fatal. Authorities concerned are urged to take action before any untoward incidents take place.

A folly or a veiled Ransom Note?
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A folly or a veiled Ransom Note?

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD It has been reported that our City Corporation authorities are thinking of making  Sayyaji Rao Road and Devaraj Urs Road a complete ‘No Parking’ zone just because they will soon be providing us a multi-level underground parking lot in the Town Hall premises. I think this is one of…

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