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Leopard caught in snare, dies
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Leopard caught in snare, dies

Suntikoppa: A seven to eight-year-old male leopard, which had entered a farm in search of food, died after getting caught in a snare at Krishna Farm in Mathikaadu. The carcass of the leopard was found by a labourer who was plucking fruits and he immediately informed the farm owner who visited the spot and informed…

Last month’s mild quake in Kodagu could have caused landslides: MP
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Last month’s mild quake in Kodagu could have caused landslides: MP

Suntikoppa: Mysuru-Kodagu MP Pratap Simha has opined that the mild earthquake that occurred a month back in Madikeri and Somwarpet taluks could have been the reason for the present landslides in Kodagu district. Exchanging his views with villagers in the flood-ravaged regions of Madapura in Somwarpet, the MP said that the tremors would have weakened…

Yeddyurappa visits flood-hit areas in Kushalnagar, Suntikoppa
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Yeddyurappa visits flood-hit areas in Kushalnagar, Suntikoppa

Kushalnagar:  Opposition leader B.S. Yeddyurappa visited the flood affected areas in town yesterday and took stock of the gravity of calamity. Yeddyurappa visited Sai Layout and Kuvempu Extension accompanied by MPs Pratap Simha and Shobha Karandlaje  and other officials. He gathered information on the extent of damage due to floods, relief measures undertaken and facility…

Jumbo tramples woman to death in Suntikoppa
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Jumbo tramples woman to death in Suntikoppa

Suntikoppa – A homemaker was killed by a wild elephant at 7th Hoskote village near Suntikoppa yesterday. The deceased has been identified as 45-year-old Saroja, wife of late Mani. The incident happened at 6.15 am when she went to the backyard of her house to dump kitchen waste and fetch some drinking water from a…

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