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  1. Dog owner has his arm bitten off by a crocodile in IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Dog owner has his arm bitten off by a CROCODILE as he rescues his pets from an Indian lake... and is fined for TRESPASSING after workers found him A dog-lover had his arm bitten off by a crocodile when he rescued his dogs from an infested lake in India, but was then fined for trespassing in the area. Mudit Dandwate, 26, followed his dogs into the crocodile-filled lake when he was attacked by the crocodile at Thattekere Lake in Ramanagaram in south Indian state of Karnataka on Sunday.

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  2. Karnataka again says it can't release Cauvery waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2017 | News Today

    Bengaluru: The Karnataka government has said it is not in a position to release Cauvery river water to neighbouring Tamilnadu as the availability is just enough for the State's drinking water needs. It also reiterated that the proposed Mekedatu dam project across the Cauvery was in the interest of both the States and there was a "misconception" about it in Tamilnadu.

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  3. Vulture cloud on Sholay theme villageRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2017 | The Telegraph

    Bangalore, April 7: A proposed Sholay -themed village near Bangalore has come under scrutiny because the area falls inside a vulture sanctuary. Forest officials said the area in Ramanagaram, which was Gabbar Singh's den Ramgarh in Sholay , was protected forest land where a vulture sanctuary had been set up and so it could not be used for commercial purposes.

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  4. Now, you can go to Ramgad and talk to Gabbar SinghRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | Rediff.com

    The Sholay magic is all set to be recreated in the rocky terrains of Ramanagaram with plans afoot to bring alive the trailblazing characters, 42 years after they were immortalised in the iconic 1975 film. A Rs 7.5 crore proposal has been mooted to establish Sholay: The-3D Virtual Reality Village for cine lovers on a locale at Ramadevara Betta in Karnataka that was popularly known as Ramgad where the blockbuster film was shot by Ramesh Sippy in a dacoit-gangland setting.

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  5. Move to recreate Sholay magic in RamanagaramRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2017 | Times of Oman

    A view from Ramdevara Betta where the iconic film Sholay's village Ramgadh was picturised, near Bengaluru on Tuesday. Photo-PTI A view from Ramdevara Betta where the iconic film Sholay's village Ramgadh was picturised, near Bengaluru on Tuesday.

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  6. Karnataka to go ahead with Mekedatu dam projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2017 | News Today

    Bengaluru: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah yesterday termed Tamilnadu's objection to the proposed Mekedatu dam project across Cauvery river as politically motivated, and said the State government will go ahead with the project. Stating that there is no technical or legal issue concerning the project, he assured that Tamilnadu would not face any problem as it would get its stipulated share of 192 tmc ft of water in the years with normal rainfall.

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  7. Inspector, constable killed in accident on NH-212Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2017 | Star of Mysore

    Mysuru, Jan.29- Two Police personnel, including an inspector, were killed after a KSRTC bus hit the jeep they were travelling at Chikkahalli on the National Highway-212 yesterday. The inspector is 39-year-old Mahesh Kumar attached to the District Crime Branch and his driver 33-year-old Lakshman attached to Varuna Police Station.

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  8. Govt. invites tenders for Mysuru-Bengaluru 10-lane highwayRead the original story

    Dec 20, 2016 | Star of Mysore

    Six-lane road will be tolled; two-lane stretch on either side will be toll-free; to have 6 bypasses Bengaluru, Dec. 20- The much-awaited project to upgrade the existing four-lane highway between Mysuru and Bengaluru into a 10-lane highway got a boost yesterday with the Union Government inviting tenders. The 60-metre highway includes toll and toll-free stretches.

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