Ramesh S Kebbehundi, December 10

The Kabini drinking water project is sure to take more months for completion, as deadlock over compensation to ryots continues, writes Ramesh S Kebbehundi

The much-ambitious project of bringing water from the River Kabini to quench the thirst of Mysoreans is likely to be delayed due to delay in settlement of compensation to be paid towards acquisition of land

Totally 19 hydrographical parameters are estimated in the Kamana and Karanji lakes of Mysore city and subjected wot hierarchical cluster analysis with the help of SYSTAT 7.0 software. Similarity of water quaity in different months (variables) is used as measure in hierarchical cluster analysis.

Deputy Commissioner Harsh Gupta has asked officials of various departments to explore the possibilities of observing any one day during ten-day Dasara festival as

Urban Development, Law and Parliamentary Affairs and District-In-Charge Minister S Sureshkumar on Wednesday said that works being taken up out of funds made available under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) scheme look like works that are implemented by Mysore City Corporation (MCC), without any speciality.

Money comes into Mysore, especially for real estate transactions, not only through legal, banking channels but also in gunny bags, and that has been a common practice. Real estate transactions, with the exception of new apartments purchased from builders, generally include both a legal white money payment through a bank instrument, and a black money component of cash. This flow of money into Mysore has been a constant feature of the last decade, and has mostly involved the real estate and construction industry. Consider this proposition.

Preethi Nagaraj, Mysore, June 9, DH News Service:

The Mysore City Corporation (MCC), basking in glory after the city was recently adjudged the second cleanest in India, is planning to turn the place into a

The State government will collaborate with the British High Commission to take up green initiatives in the heritage city of Mysore.

Nearly five months after the State Government raised the Mysore Zoo Director

A tigress died of old age at the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens in Mysore in the wee hours of Wednesday.

The body of the tigress, Vijaya. dh photoThe 20-year-old tigress, Vijaya, was one of the oldest members of the zoo. She had stopped eating for the last one and a half months.

Shyamsundar Vattam, Mysore, Feb 14, DH News Service:

The century-old Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens of Mysore, which has the rare distinction of successfully breeding a number of birds and animals in captivity, is ready for the next challenge