Today’s NewsWrap – September 4

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

  • Gowri puja was grandly celebrated in the city


  • With Ganesha festival slated for tomorrow, there was heavy demand for different varieties of flowers at the Devaraja Market in Mysuru on Sunday. The festival is celebrated with gaiety and fervour all over the city.


  • Creation at its best


Well-known Artist D Revanna of Kumbarageri, like every year, has given a new dimension to his eco-friendly creations. The artist is planning to create awareness on the hazards of selfie-craze.

  • ‘Palace on Wheels’ facility for Dasara


As the tourists are unaware of every palace in Mysuru, the ‘Palace on Wheels’ will be useful in promoting these palaces.  This would be a package tour in a Volvo bus, starting from Mysuru Palace to Jaganmohan Palace,  followed by lunch at the Lalitha Mahal Palace after which the tourists would be taken to the Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion on Manasagangotri campus, which houses the folk museum.

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  • Doddakere Maidan: War of words continues


Annoyed by the delay in issuing  khata of the property (Doddakere Maidan) in spite of the Supreme Court orders, the royal family warned the Mysore City Corporation  that the delay would lead to contempt of court.

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  • Haddin is Mysuru Warriors’ team mentor


Mysuru Warriors appoint Australian cricketer Bradley James Haddin as the team mentor for KPL, 2016. Haddin is a former Australian cricketer who has represented Australia in all three forms of international cricket (Test, one-day international and Twenty20 international). He also plays for the New South Wales Blues.

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  • Commencement of Doctoral Programme at SDMIMD


The first batch of the Doctoral Programme [PhD] of SDMIMD, conducted its research at SDM Research Centre for Management Studies (SDM RCMS).

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  • ‘Handle leopard cubs carefully’


Wildlife conservationists have raised concern over the way the forest department is looking after the three leopards cubs which were found in a sugarcane field in Varakodu village recently.

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  • Health check-up camp


A free health check-up camp was organised by Mysore Kannada Vedike for mahouts and kavadis at the palace premises on Saturday.

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