Karthik KK

Mysuru man's quest towards giving stray dogs dignity in death

Mysurean picks up carcasses of dogs dying on ring roads & gives them a burial

25 Apr 2021

Fake Remdesivir racket busted in Mysuru, nurse from private hospital arrested

The accused sourced empty vials of Remdesivir, filled them with saline solution or antibiotics and sold them with the help of medical representatives

19 Apr 2021

COVID-19: Cinema hall owners in Mysuru decide to voluntarily down shutters from April 23

Confirming this, M R Rajaram, owner of Gayathri Talkies, who is also the vice president of the film exhibitors’ federation, said that over 35 theatres in the district have decided to close

19 Apr 2021

TNIE impact: Help pours in for Mysuru labourer to rebuild library

A day after the library, set up by labourer Syed Isaaq (62) was burnt down by unidentified people, help poured in from everywhere to help him rebuild it.

11 Apr 2021

Muslim man’s library with 3,000 copies of Bhagavad Gita torched by miscreants in Karnataka

Syed Issaq, a daily wage worker, had collected more than 11,000 books for his library, 85% of books were in Kannada.

09 Apr 2021

This Mysuru septuagenarian is regulating traffic at peak hours for three decades

This has been a routine for 77-year-old traffic warden A Maheshwara who is managing traffic for the last three decades.

06 Apr 2021

Kanyakumari to Kashmir: Karnataka man walks 4,000 km to honour Covid warriors

Along the way, Bharath also spread awareness on environment protection, the importance of planting, and fitness.

22 Mar 2021

MPVL dispatches 6.99 lakh vials of indelible ink to poll-bound states

While the company has sent over 2.7 lakh vials (10 cc vial each) to West Bengal which is seeing a fierce contest between ruling Trinamool Congress and BJP, 83,860 vials to Assam.

17 Mar 2021

Dutiful civilian gifts Mysuru police dog squad rare Belgian Malinois pup

Popularly called as Belgian Shepherds, Belgian Malinois are mostly used in the forces in western countries and a countable number of these breeds are found across the state.

10 Mar 2021

#MeToo movement against eve-teasing picks up in Mysuru

It all started when a BSc student sent a message to 'Mysuru Memes', a social media page from her brother's account narrating how several boys standing in front of their hostel were misbehaving.

04 Mar 2021

FIR filed against Mysuru man for sexually abusing street dog

The VV Puram police station has booked Somashekhar, reportedly in his 30s, following a complaint from an animal welfare officer who produced the video evidence of the incident. 

16 Feb 2021

Karnataka village girl defies all odds, bags award for 'gourd art' at national Kala Utsav

Daughter of a tailor, Chandana's confidence and determination stood her in good stead as frequent power cuts in her village and no proper access to machinery did not deter her dream to achieve big.

11 Feb 2021

Karnataka gram panchayat polls: Tribals from forests in Mysuru district shine amid voting

While voters from these villages were at the polling booth even before they opened, around noon, a polling booth at Ummathur had a long queue of nearly 150 voters.

23 Dec 2020

COVID-19: Active cases in Mysuru drop by 75% in two weeks

While the coronavirus cases saw a huge spike post-Onam in Kerala and Durga puja in West Bengal, the situation in Mysuru seems to be under control thus far.

02 Nov 2020

Visually-challenged girl defies all odds, bags medals at University of Mysore centenary convocation

Kavya S Bhat has studied carnatic music besides learning the keyboard, but since she wanted to become a teacher so she gave NET and cleared it with flying colours.

20 Oct 2020

Tea to trophy: Meet Mysuru’s chaiwala para-athlete

As they heartily sip the tea, very few are in the know that the man serving them the beverage is an athlete who has clinched several gold and silver medals at various international para games.

20 Sep 2020

Fear of catching virus again, resistance from family members: Covid survivors in Mysuru wary of plasma donation

It’s been a week since a facility was thrown open for Covid survivors to donate plasma, but so far, only seven have donated blood, five of whom are frontline Covid warriors.

14 Aug 2020

COVID-19 stigma: Karnataka villagers wash currency notes given by Muslim in viral video

The incident comes at a time when Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Monday spoke out strongly against those blaming or discriminating against minority communities in the state.

07 Apr 2020

Amid COVID-19 scare, Mysuru couple turns heads with mask-themed pre-wedding shoot

A couple from the city, Madhu Gupta and Titu, posed for this concept photoshoot by actor turned photographer Vikram Rao. They were snapped wearing masks in front of the iconic Mysuru palace.

14 Mar 2020

Mother of two from Mysuru makes comeback to sports

She attributes her success to her parents, husband and children who are encouraging, and thanked her coach.

07 Mar 2020

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