Today’s NewsWrap – 19th August

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

  • Historical monument’s Photography exhibition to mark World Photography day

Kallarali Kaleyagi, a photography exhibition of historical monuments of Karnataka was kept for display at Kalamandir, on Friday.

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  • MUDA notice on land recovery leaves residents in a dilemma

As the Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) issued notices to the residents of Vijayashreepura Layout to recover 23.20 acre of revenue land on Friday, people seem to be a worried lot.

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  • A photo speaks thousand words

Photographs speak a thousand words. Photography, over the years, has undergone a sea change. It is a way to feel the moment and the emotions behind a photograph are beyond words. The moment caught on a camera or a film, a groupfie or a selfie is self-explanatory. It speaks for itself. It does not need a trumpet.

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  • MCC Council approves MCC various SC and ST welfare works

Deputy Commissioner of Mysuru, D Randeep held a meeting with senior officials, who have shouldered various responsibilities in the earlier editions of the Nada Habba and collected information on the smooth conduct of the 10-day festival.

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  • Mobile banking effect: India will be largest cashless economy

With the traditional banking system undergoing a major transformation owing to the advent of innovative technologies, the smart phones would play the role of banks while physical banks and currency would be a thing of the past in coming years, said COO, Clutch Group, Bengaluru, Priti Parekh.

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  • Water leakage at JP Nagar

Due to a broken pipe, thousands of litres of water went waste on B R Ambedkar Road, JP Nagar. Only on Monday, MCC workers came to the spot and took up the repair work. It is learnt that the water leakage was noticed on Thursday night. Residents are upset as the leakage continued till Friday morning. When the city is facing water crisis, can we allow such a thing to happen? queried residents.


  • ‘Clean food is everyone’s right’; theme for Dasara Food Mela

This year’s Dasara food festival promises to offer an exciting and lip-smacking Mysuru Thali and Tribal food scheduled from October 1.

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  • Tata Motors delivers 241 buses to Karnataka

Tata Motors Ltd on Thursday delivered 241 buses to the Karnataka State Transport Corporation (KSRTC) under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission.

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  • GST biggest tax reform after independence: K Balamurugan

Goods and Services Tax (GST) was one of the biggest tax reforms we were undertaking after independence, said Additional Commissioner, Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, Government of India, K Balamurugan.

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  • Ola Rentals simplifies city travel

“Avoiding the man and wild life conflict permanently to save and ensure environment safety is essential” said, forest conservative officer from Germany, Stephen Berg. He was speaking to the people of Bharatawadi, Veerana Hosalli, and other villages, which share their borders with forests.Ola, India’s most popular mobile app for transportation has announced the launch of ‘Ola Rentals’; to simplify intra-city travel with affordable hourly packages on Ola Lux, Ola Prime Sedan and SUV as well as Ola Mini.

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  • Workshop on cyber crime prevention at JSS S&T University

A one-day awareness workshop on ‘Cyber Crime Prevention and Detection: Legal issues’ is organized on August 20 at JSS Science and Technology University (SJCE).

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  • Competitions on history and life of freedom struggle icons held at GSSSIET

In connection with celebrations AZAADI-70 suggested by Ministry of HRD, Govt of India, GSSSIET for Women organised various competitions on history and life of icons of freedom struggle, recently.

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