Tag: Senior Citizens

Miscreants in the guise of Police rob senior citizens
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Miscreants in the guise of Police rob senior citizens

February 27, 2019

Mysuru: In separate incidents, miscreants in the guise of Police officials have robbed two senior citizens of their gold jewels worth about Rs.71,000 in city yesterday. In the first incident, 62-year-old Rangaswamy, a resident of Aravindanagar, was walking near Mahadeshwaraswamy Temple in the locality at about 10.30 am, when two miscreants in the guise of…

Calling Senior citizens
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Calling Senior citizens

December 2, 2018

Mysuru:  The Hiriya Nagarikara Sakaala Seva Kendra has invited applications from senior citizens aged over 60 years, for issuing ID cards that are helpful in getting Government benefits. The application forms are available at the Seva Kendra office located at No. 31, First Floor, Near R.M.P. Colony, Adichunchanagiri Road, Kuvempunagar. The last date for submission…

Senior Citizens’ bonhomie on show at Sports Day
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Senior Citizens’ bonhomie on show at Sports Day

September 6, 2018

Mysuru:  There was lot of mirth, joy, bonhomie and above all never say die spirit as the motley group of elders, including men and women got together to participate in various sports activities. Women and Child Welfare Deputy Director K. Radha inaugurated the event, organised as part of World Senior Citizens Day 2018, by the…

Smear on Society
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Smear on Society

May 4, 2017

The Union Government has just decided that those who have completed 60 years of age be considered as senior citizens ostensibly to facilitate them receive various benefits already earmarked for members of this section in society hitherto extended only to those older than 65 or 70 years. It is another matter that only a minor…

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