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    Upbeat BSY to meet BJP MLAs, MPs on May 24

    Bengaluru: Buoyed over the exit polls that projected big win for the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections in Karnataka, Opposition leader in the Legislative Assembly B.S. Yeddyurappa (BSY), who is also the BJP State President, has convened a meeting of the newly elected BJP Lok Sabha candidates along with party MLAs on May 24, a day after the counting of votes polled in the recently concluded General...

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    Six arrested for group clash: Police convene peace meeting

    Mysuru: A minor argument between the owner of a non-vegetarian hotel and a cloth shop owner from two communities resulted in group clash at Chikka Market in Mandi Mohalla late last night. Six persons have been arrested in this connection and the Police have successfully diffused the situation. Elaborate security measures are in force in the area. Speaking to Star of Mysore this...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    CFTRI plans dedicated plant to prepare food for natural disasters

    Mysuru: City-based Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), a premier CSIR laboratory in India, proposes to establish a dedicated plant at its premises to prepare food to be supplied during natural disasters. It has proposed to develop certain foods with a shelf-life of at least six months. The Institute has broached the idea with the National Disaster Management...

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    Mysuru cocoon market a viable alternative

    KSIC lending a helping hand by sourcing a good part of its requirement locally Mysore: The cocoon market Mysuru appears to be establishing itself as a viable alternative to other cocoon markets in the region. Supporting the cocoon market in its journey to make itself viable is Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation (KSIC), which is sourcing a good part of its requirement from the Mysuru market. ...

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    Selected Government Schools to commence Pre-Primary classes from this year

    Mysuru: To compete with private schools, the State Government has come forward to commence Pre-Primary classes at selected Government Schools right from this academic year. The Government hopes that the new measure would boost admission to Government Schools, so also the learning ability of the students. Pre-Primary education is a foundation in formal education for...

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    Officials discuss co-ordinated plan to tackle elephant menace in Kodagu

    Madikeri: A result-oriented action is needed to control the menace of wild elephants in Kodagu district. This was discussed at length at the Co-ordination Committee Meeting in which Chief Conservator of Forests (CCF), Madikeri Circle Santosh Kumar, Deputy Commissioner Annies Kanmani Joy, Superintendent of Police Suman D. Pennekar, District Forest Officer Christu Raj and...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Congress leader says some JD(S) leaders too supported Sumalatha

    Mandya: With the counting of votes polled in the Lok Sabha polls just 3 days away, former Minister and Congress leader P.M. Narendra Swamy has made an explosive claim that some JD(S) leaders too supported independent candidate Sumalatha Ambarish in Mandya Lok Sabha seat. Speaking to press persons at the Congress party office in Malavalli town on Sunday, Narendra Swamy said that...

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    Week-long 'Brahmotsava' programmes begin on a musical note at Ganapathy Ashrama

    Mysuru: An eight-day-long chain of programmes, predominantly music-based, marking the 20th Brahmotsava of Sri Datta Venkateshwaraswamy Kshetra, 21st anniversary of Nada Mantapa and 77th birthday celebration of Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji, was launched last evening by Sri Ganapathy Swamiji at the Ashrama premises on Ooty Road here. The Swamiji offered puja...

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    Urban Local Bodies Polls: Paid holiday on May 29

    Mysuru: As per Karnataka Industrial Establishment Act 1963 Column -3A, the Commissioner for Labour has declared a paid holiday on May 29 for individuals employed in business, trade, industrial undertaking or any other establishment on account of Urban Local Bodies (ULB) Polls scheduled to be held on that day, stated the release from the District Labour Officer. The management of all...

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    'Lokesh couple has always held human values very high'

    Mysurul Actor Lokesh and actress Girija Lokesh have always worked with total commitment in their field. The Lokesh couple has always held human values very high and are kind hearted artistes, said Karnataka Nataka Academy former Chairman Srinivas G. Kappanna. He was speaking at the programme 'Nata Lokesh Nenapu' organised by Sri Sahitya Samrajya Nataka Mandali at Natana...

    • 7 hrs ago

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