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Burglars strike at 5 shops in Shivarampet
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Burglars strike at 5 shops in Shivarampet

Mysuru: Barely a fortnight after criminals committed serial burglaries by breaking the sheet on the terrace of two shops on Ashoka Road, five shops were burgled last night in the busy Mannar’s Market at Shivarampet that comes under Devaraja Police limits. Here too, burglars adopted the same modus operandi where they broke the sheet on…

Remove this UGD waste in Shivarampet
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Remove this UGD waste in Shivarampet

The waste from the UGD which is dumped on the road in front of shops in Shivarampet is left uncleared since many days causing nuisance to the shopkeepers and residents who are bearing the stench emanating from it. Residents said that despite lodging complaint, no action has been taken to get the waste removed. Authorities…

Attention diversion criminals are back
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Attention diversion criminals are back

Mysuru: After lying low for a few months, criminals who robbed victims by diverting their attention are back to haunt Mysureans. Two cases were reported in the city yesterday evening in the busy Shivarampet area that comes under Devaraja Police limits. In the first incident reported at around 7.45 pm, a family of shoppers was…

One-way rule violation, a serious issue
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One-way rule violation, a serious issue

Sir, Nowadays it is very common to see violation of one-way rule on city roads. It is also seen on prominent and busy roads at the city centre, even at night times. One-way rule is imposed to avoid inconvenience to road-users, especially vehicles, when the road is very narrow and the sign boards are also…

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Prof. Venkata Subba Setti – An unsung aviation hero from Mysuru

Did you know that India’s first aviator was from Mysore? In this article, Dr. Anantha Krishnan M. throws light on the contributions of Prof. Venkata Subba Setti who has been featured in ‘Modern Review’ magazine in 1912 under the title: ‘The First Indian Aviator.’ Till a few years back, Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata, more famously…

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