Today’s NewsWrap – September 6

A Daily News Roundup as it happens, how it happens and where it happens.

  • Water to TN: Karnataka is simmering

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Following the Supreme Court directive to Karnataka release 15,000 cusecs of water every day to Tamil Nadu, farmers and Kannada activists expressed their anger by staging protests and demonstrations in various parts of the city and neighbouring regions.
  • Ganesha festival celebrated in city

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  • Chain snatchers strike again in city

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After a brief lull, chain snatchers struck again in the city here on Tuesday. Two bike-bound youth managed to grab a part of a gold chain from an elderly woman on Bhavani Street in Ittigegud.

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  • Centres of Excellence inaugurated at NIEIT

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Establishment of the Centres’ of excellence in the department of ECE and EEE and the inauguration of the same was held at NIEIT, Mysuru.

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  • Cauvery row: State bandh on September 9

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‘Karnataka Okkuta’, led by Vatal Nagaraj, leader of Vatal Paksha, a Kannada activist, has called for ‘Karnataka Bandh’ on September 9.

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  • Assembly of Rotary International District 3181 held

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Rotary Club of Surathkal hosted the first Rotaract District Assembly of Rotary International District 3181, held at National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal.
  • Dasara, Bakrid: Public meeting held at Mysuru

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City Police Commissionerate organised a public meeting, prior to the celebrations of Ganesha, Bakrid and Dasara celebrations at Police Bhavan.
  • Couple commits suicide in the city

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Married for just four months, husband and wife allegedly committed suicide by hanging themselves at their residence at Belavatta village, Manti Koppalu, on Monday morning.
  • Parents, husband booked under POCSO as minor delivers baby

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A premature tribal girl, who got married one year ago, gave birth to a baby girl at Cheluvamba Hospital on Friday.

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  • City trainee cops injured in a mishap

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Fifteen police trainees, who were being trained at the Karnataka Police academy, received minor injuries after the mini bus, in which they were travelling, hit a KSRTC bus near Tipu Circle on Mysuru-Bengaluru Road.

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