NewsWrap

Today’s NewsWrap – September 21

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

  • Cauvery row: Protests continue unabated

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The Supreme Court verdict on Cauvery row has led to series of protests in the state. Cauvery Kriya Samithi, activists led by Pa Mallesh, protested in front of the residences of Members of Parliament from Mysuru-Kodagu, Pratap Simha and Chamarajanagar Dhruva Narayan.

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  • Dasara 2016: Yoga Prabhodha inaugurated in city

Yoga Prabhodha

As part of series of programmes organised by the Yoga Dasara sub-committee to promote Yoga among public, Yoga Prabhodha was formally inaugurated by Mayor B L Bhyrappa at the Maharaja’s centenary hall on Wednesday.

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  • CM should meet Jaya on Cauvery issue: Pratap Simha

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“Chief Minister Siddaramaiah must hold a meeting with Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitaa before expecting Prime Minister Narendra Modi to intervene to solve the cauvery dispute,” said MP Pratap Simha.

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  • Mysuru ZP prepares tableau on the contributions of Mysuru queens

Mysuru Zilla Panchayat

Countdown has begun for the commencement of the renowned Mysuru Dasara. Dasara is not just a festival, ritual or devotional attribute to the Goddess, but a cultural extravaganza for the entire state, as it is rightly titled ‘Nada habba’.

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  • Court rejects advance bail plea of Krishnan

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The advance bail plea of former vice-chancellor of Karnataka State Open University (KSOU), Prof M G Krishnan and six others who are accused of the irregularities in the KSOU was rejected by the court. The third Additional District and Sessions Court rejected the advance bail plea, on Tuesday.

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  • Light rainfall expected for next three days

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The city might experience light rainfall for the next three days. According to the research centre at the Organic Farming Research Station, Naganahalli, Mysuru might get one mm light rainfall.

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  • Na Rathna elated with B V Karanth Award

B V Karanth Award

“I have acted in two movies directed by B V Karantha. I have also enacted in three plays directed by him. After he came to Mysuru, we became more close to each other. He has done great work through Rangayana. I am honoured to receive B V Karantha Award,” said renowned playwright Na Rathna.

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  • Engineer’s Day held at MYRA School of Business

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MYRA School of Business celebrated Engineers’ Day to commemorate the 155th birth anniversary of Sir M Visvesvaraya. Prof V K Nataraj, former director, Madras Institute of Development Studies, and former director of Institute of Development Studies, University of Mysore, was the speaker of the day.

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  • Jade Madamma to be conferred with Janapada Academy Award

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Renowned folk artist and obstetrician Jalle Jade Madamma will be conferred with the State Janapada Academy Award. Jade Madamma belongs to the Soliga tribe of B R Hills.

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  • Over to you!

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Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) handed over 4 Civic Amenity lands to Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) at DC office on Wednesday. DC D Randeep, MUDA Commissioner M Mahesh, Mayor B L Byrappa, Deputy Mayor Vanita Prasanna, MCC commissioner Jagadish and Chief Superintendent of MCC Suresh Babu were present.

  • Anti-ragging awareness at Farooqia Pharmacy College

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Farooqia College of Pharmacy conducted ‘Fresher’s orientation and anti-ragging awareness programme’ at their premises, recently. The programme aimed for fresher’s orientation and to educate them of various punishments for ragging as per the directions of the Supreme Court order, Pharmacy Council of India and AICTE regulations.

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