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Dead street-lights on Ring Road
Voice of The Reader

Dead street-lights on Ring Road

Sir, This is in continuation of my previous letter on the same issue (SOM dated July 6). The street-lights on Ring Road from Columbia Asia Hospital to Narayana Hospital are still not working; they are dead. Most importantly the bushes that have grown on the edges of the Ring Road and service road add to…

Suggestions to ease traffic chaos on Mysuru-Hunsur Road
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Suggestions to ease traffic chaos on Mysuru-Hunsur Road

Sir, On all working days between 8.45 – 9.15 in the morning and 5.45 – 6.15 in the evening, traffic jumble up at three road junctions — Hootagalli, Belawadi and Lingadevarakoppal — on Mysuru-Hunsur National Highway (NH) resulting in loss of valuable time in every junction and  risking the lives of riders. Indisciplined vehicular movement…

Karnataka State pension reforms
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Karnataka State pension reforms

Sir, Karnataka has long been in the forefront in the field of education and development from the days of Wadiyars and Dewans. Social reforms were known all over the State.  It’s but appropriate that the present administration is embarking on an all-inclusive development to reach the benefits to all sections of the community. Chief Minister…

Disrespect to National Anthem
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Disrespect to National Anthem

Sir, I fully agree with Dr. Javeed Nayeem for his views on National Anthem expressed in his article titled “Forced Patriotism Falls Flat” in SOM dated July 28. Playing National Anthem mandatorily in cinema halls before the commencement of a movie is not a wise decision. Cinema theatres are places of entertainment drawing people from…

Mann ki Baat: Plea to CESC not to cut power
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Mann ki Baat: Plea to CESC not to cut power

Sir, Apropos our PM Narendra Modi’s Mann ki Baat programme, we have been facilitating people listen to the talk by arranging big speakers, chairs to sit and erecting shamiana in public places. For two consecutive times previously, while listening to Mann ki Baat we faced a common problem —  thanks to power cut by CESC….

Suggestions to CESC
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Suggestions to CESC

Sir, Apropos the letter titled “Will CESC fix spacers to overhead lines? (SOM dated Aug. 3), it is observed some elements are not only encroaching public footpaths with permanent fixtures and barbed wires making the hapless public, specially children and senior citizens, direct targets to fast moving vehicles on roads but also growing coconut and…

Jeopardy of high beam headlights in city limits!
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Jeopardy of high beam headlights in city limits!

Sir, Headlights, why do we use them? To increase our visibility to other drivers and avoid hazards, it’s important to switch headlights according to the weather and the time of day while being mindful of other drivers. High beam headlights give bright and long-range illumination. Using high beams within the city limits can cause split…

No Night Safari at Mysuru Zoo please!
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No Night Safari at Mysuru Zoo please!

Sir, Our Chief Minister, during his recent visit to Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, popularly known as Mysuru Zoo, showed interest in Night Safari. Already our eco-sensitive Chamundi Hill is going commercial with mass construction activity. Now please don’t commercialise Zoo by treating animals as mere entertainment toys. They are living beings, they too have life….

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