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This burial ground is lying in a state of utter neglect
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This burial ground is lying in a state of utter neglect

Mysuru: Even as the MCC is spending a large amount of money on development of burial grounds in  city, the Adi Karnataka Community Burial Ground on Ramakrishnaiah Road in Vishweshwaranagar is lying in a state of utter neglect with hardly any maintenance. The poor maintenance of the burial ground has resulted in large shrubs and…

Open manhole posing danger at Vishweshwaranagar
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Open manhole posing danger at Vishweshwaranagar

An open manhole opposite Sindhoora Convention Hall at Vishweshwaranagar is inviting a disaster to happen as monsoon has set in. During heavy rains, the manhole will not be visible which may result in fatalities. Authorities concerned are urged to take note of it and address the problem at the earliest.

Plea to clear garbage at Vishweshwaranagar
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Plea to clear garbage at Vishweshwaranagar

Garbage which is dumped on the roadside at Vishweshwaranagar 3rd Stage, opposite Vasavi Prarthana Mandira, is not cleared since many days and is piling up day-by-day. Authorities concerned are urged to take steps to get the  garbage pile cleared at the earliest.

Uncovered manholes posing threat at Vishweshwaranagar
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Uncovered manholes posing threat at Vishweshwaranagar

This is the picture, sent by one of the SOM readers from Vishweshwaranagar, which shows the manholes posing threat for people. Though people have covered them with a boulder there are two more drainage pits in the same area which requires authorities’ attention. Will the concerned authorities take necessary action?

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