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    Deve Gowda extends support to mining dependents in Goa

    Prime News, Nation, (New Delhi), December 13:-JD(S) supremo H D Deve Gowda on Thursday extended his support to mining dependents from Goa who are protesting in New Delhi and said if necessary, he will try to take up their issues in Parliament and also with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Deve…
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    SC dismisses plea seeking immediate execution of death row convicts in Nirbhaya case

    Legal News, Nation, (New Delhi), December 13:-The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a petition seeking directions for the immediate execution of the four men convicted in the Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case of 2012. “What kind of prayer you are making?” a bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Depeak…
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    Renovated Pa Su Bhatta Hall inauguration on Dec 15

    Mysuru, December 13:- “To mark 44th annual day of Uttara Kannada Jilla Samskrutika Sangha, a food festival and cultural events will be organised at the renovated Pa Su Bhatta Hall at the office premises of Uttara Kannada Sangha at Kuvempunagar here on December 15 at 5 pm,” said Dr Narayana…
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    On Manohar Parrikar, Goa Government’s “Steve Jobs” argument in court

    Political News, Nation, (Panaji), December 13:-The Goa government has told Bombay High Court that mere diagnosis of cancer does not mean that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar was not fit enough to handle the state administration, and cited Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ accomplishments to make its point. State Advocate General Dattaprasad…
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    In Mizoram assembly polls, lowest winning margin 3 votes, highest 2,720

    Political News, Nation, (Aizawl), December 13:-The lowest winning margin in the just-concluded Mizoram Assembly election was only three votes while the highest was 2,720. Lalchhandama Ralte of the Mizoram National Front (MNF) won the Tuival seat with a victory margin of only three votes. Ralte had secured 5,207 votes while…
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    Bengal govt to build lab for restoring, digitising films

    Prime News, Nation, (Kolkata), December 13:-The West Bengal government has sanctioned Rs 21 crore for setting up a world-class laboratory in the city for preserving and digitising films that form a part of the state’s cultural identity, an official said. A nine-storeyed laboratory will shortly come up in Tollygunge, where…
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    Man falls into drainage and dies

    Mysuru, December 13:- A man who fell into a drainage on Mysuru-Mahadevapura Road here has died. The passersby who observed the body of the deceased lying in the drainage informed the Nazarbad Police. The whereabouts of the man and the cause of his death is yet to be ascertained. The…
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    Groundbreaking ceremony performed for Recreation Club at RT Nagar Layout, Mysuru

    Mysuru, December 13:- The groundbreaking ceremony (guddali puja) was performed for construction of a modern recreation club at RT Nagar Layout in the city on Wednesday. The ceremony was organised at RT Nagar Journalists’ Layout. The recreation club is being constructed on a site of 120’×60′ dimension. Power Friends’ Club…
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    ‘Snake’ Shyam rescues a snake

    Mysuru, December 13:- Mysureans are observing Subramanya Shasti jatre with religious fervour. On this auspicious occasion, former corporator ‘Snake’ Shyam (M S Balasubramanya) has rescued a snake. Special pujas and offerings are taking place at Siddalingapura Temple on Mysuru-Bengaluru National Highway here to mark Subramanya Shasti. Snake Shyam rescued a…
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    Farmers stage protest by blocking Nanjangud-Ooty main road

    Mysuru, December 13:- The Confederation of Farmers’ Associations and Sugarcane Growers’ Association staged a protest on Thursday, extending support to their counterparts in Belagavi who are up in arms against the state government over various issues. The protesting farmers blocked the Nanjangud-Ooty main road near Mysuru APMC and shouted slogans against the state government for its inept…

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