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Teaching the Teachers: GIS Training at Mysore NEW
A three-day national level data users’ seminar and GIS training for 45 principals, senior secondary school and junior college teachers from Karnataka, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh is to be held in Mysore, from August 28 to 30, 2012...full coverage

Mysore placed on commercial air map of India
The refurbished Mysore Aiport is now placed on the air map of India with introduction of commercial flights. A Kingfisher Airlines ATR-72 landed at the revamped airport, the famous Chamundi Hills providing a beautiful backdrop, on September 30. The maiden flight flew to Mysore the first batch of passengers. Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa and Airlines Chairman and MP Vijay Malya were among them...full coverage

BBC seeks role model families

Are you a role-model family? Do you believe in instilling good old-fashioned values, discipline and boundaries in your children? Can you give two British teenagers the chance to have some much-needed structure in their lives? The BBC are looking for role model families to take part in a third series of the hugely successful show, World’s Strictest Parents...full coverage

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Meet on ‘Museums and disabled’ in Mysore
The Regional Museum of Natural History of the Government of India, Ministry of Environment & Forests (RMNH), based in Mysore will be organizing a National Conference on “Museums and Disabled” during 17-19 January 2008. The venue may be Mysore or Chennai...full coverage


Mysore T. Puttaswamaiah, a master musician
Mysore T. Puttaswamaiah was one of the foremost vocalists of Karnatic music in the early part of 20th century. A torch-bearer of the great Thyagaraja Paramapara, he was a wonderful musician perfecting all sections of Karnatic music. His elder brother was the illustrious violin maestro Mysore T.Chowdiah...full coverage

None to grieve for this Jacaranda
It stood alone on the Dewan’s Road. This flowering tree was the only Jacaranda tree, a nature’s living monument, left on this leading road in Mysore. At the turn of the 19th century, Sir Seshadri Iyer, the Dewan of Mysore from 1883 to 1901, lived here. He was a famous administrator. He pioneered power supply in the then princely State of Mysore by building the first hydro-electric project at Sivasamudram>>>more

The little town of Mysore 200 years ago
In about 1800, Mysore was a small place located within the fortwalls of the Palace surrounded by one or two Mohallas or extensions. Most of the population lived around the Palace in small country-tiled mud houses>>>more

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