Could some one share some light on the real sector progress in Mysore. I am actually looking to buy a 3 bhk house out there.Could anyone tell me If i could get in that budget and which are the better areas to look out there
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  • Residents urge Mysuru civic body to give property papers
    Under the banner Survey No. 4 Kurubarahalli Welfare Committee, the residents, led by BJP leader B P Manjunath, on Friday set a 15-day deadline for the officials to take a positive decision on this.
    TNN | Aug 14, 2016, 09.44 AM IST

    MYSURU: Hundreds of residents of Siddartha Nagar and KC Layout, part of Kurubarahalli survey No. 4, on Friday threatened to lay siege to Mysuru Urban Development Authority (Muda) office if the civic officials fail to provide property documents to owners.

    Under the banner Survey No. 4 Kurubarahalli Welfare Committee, the residents, led by BJP leader B P Manjunath, on Friday set a 15-day deadline for the officials to take a positive decision on this. According to them, the officials have stopped issuing khatas following a controversy. This has inconvenienced property owners as they are unable to buy or sell or avail loan on the said properties, they claimed. Manjunath told reporters that the residents of Siddhartha Layout, Income Tax Layout, KC Layout and JC Layout had purchased land from Muda 30 years ago, "but they are now facing trouble due to the apathy of officials".

    "Muda officials are still dilly-dallying over giving the documents in spite of chief minister Siddaramaiah directing them to address the issue. Several meetings were conducted, but to no avail," they stated.

    Deputy mayor Vanitha Prasanna and former deputy mayor Mahadevamma, committee members and other agitators were present.







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  • A century-old housekeeping company behind spruced up temple town Lakshmikantha BK| Times News Network | Feb 12, 2018, 05:30 IST
    Hassan: Though lakhs of devotees from across the world are visiting Shravanabelagola to take part in the Mahamastakabhishekha, the temple town is spick and span.

    Thanks to the organisers who have hired housekeeping staff having decades of experience in mega religious congregations like the Kumbh Mela.

    The entire responsibility of cleaning, lighting and civil works has been given to the century-old Allahabad-based Lalloo Ji and Sons, who have a record of participating in all the Kumbh Melas held in Allahabad, Ujjain, Haridwar and Nasik. They have also organized the Rann Utsav in Gujarat.

    More than 350 men and women, all from Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, have been hired for the task in Shravanabelagola.

    The company has set up 13 temporary townships — Kashi Nagar, Kalasha Nagar, Panchakalyana Nagar, Police Nagar, Seva Nagar, Media Nagar, Yatri Nagar and others — and have deployed he housekeeping staff at these townships.

    Around 700 waste bins of 100-litre capacity each have been placed by the company around the region. The housekeeping staff clears the waste from streets and townships, and dumps it in these bins.

    According to the housekeeping staff, the waste bin is filled on every third day. The civic agency then collects the waste from these bins and shifts it to the solid waste management units in trucks, which are set up outside the town. The garbage will be later converted into manure.

    The housekeeping staff said the waste generation will double after February 17 when Mahamastakabhisheka begins. Seers and devotees from across the globe will camp in Shravanabelagola.

    Lalloo Ji and Sons managing partner Himanshu Agrawal told TOI that they have hired the housekeeping staff who have decades of experience working in Kumbh Melas. "They are experts for such mega events. Keeping the place clean and tidy when VVIPs, religious leaders and lakhs of devotees attend the event is a big challenge," he said.







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  • House owners earn huge sums by renting places to devotees, tourists Times News Network | Feb 15, 2018, 05:30 IST
    Mysuru/ Hassan: Many residents of Shravanabelagola and surrounding areas who own houses within 2-3 km of Vindhyagiri have vacated their houses and moved to other places like their home towns. They’re giving their houses on rent on daily/ hourly basis to tourists and devotees arriving in large numbers for the Mahamastakabishekha and getting Rs 4,000-5,000 per day.

    S N Ravi, vice-president, Shravanabelagola gram panchayat, said this happens during every Mahamastakabishekha. "The house and room rents are based on facilities available and the location," he said.

    "There is a huge demand for rented houses till the end of this month. After that, the families return to their homes," he said.

    According to locals, most house owners look for devotees ready to pay rent on a daily basis. "For a house with two rooms and attached bathroom and toilet, the daily rent is Rs 4,000. A house with two-three rooms has been booked for 15 days. Many residents also rent it on on hourly basis charging between Rs 2,000 and Rs 3,000," said Karigowda, a resident of Shravanabelagola. He added that houses and rooms in Nagayyanakoppalu area are in great demand. "This area is very close to Vindhyagiri and various townships built for the Mahamastakabishekha. As it’s on the Bengaluru-Shravanabelagola road, house owners charge more," he explained.

    Many feel that compared to 2006 Mahamastakabishekha, this year there’s no escalation in rent due to townships built by the state government. "Last times (2006), houses around 5-6 km away also fetched a good rent . But it has come down this year as everyone prefers to stay in townships. Within Shravanabelagola town, there’s a high demand for rented houses," said Rajesh Gowda, who runs a hotel on Channarayapattana Road.





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  • Thousands assemble from Kodagu, march Mysuru streets to oppose rail line to Thalassery Times News Network | Feb 19, 2018, 05:30 IST


    Mysuru: In what was a massive assembly of people, thousands of activists and environmentalists from Kodagu, gathered in the city on Sunday to voice their opposition to the Mysuru-Thalassery rail line, which thyey feared would result in the loss of more than two lakh trees in the district where the River Cauveryoriginates.

    Pointing to the grave repercussions that the execution of the project could have on the fragile ecosystem of Kodagu, the protesters said, “The railway project will denude the green cover in the hilly district, which will, in turn result in a decrease in rainfall,” the protesters said. People of Kodagu fear that the rail project could result in the River Cauvery, considered sacred to the Kodavas, going dry.

    Colonel (Retd.) Muthanna, who has been at the forefront of the protest against the project, said, “River Cauvery, which flows across a length of 800km, is not joining the sea the way it used to near Tamil Nadu. More than 60,000 trees were cut for the Mysuru-Kozhikode high tension wire project, and this railway line will result in another two to three lakh trees being felled. The Cauvery’s flow will reduce further if the project is taken up, affecting agriculture in several parts of the state.”

    Kannada film actor and environmentalist Suresh Heblikar pointed out that the River Cauvery was an important source of drinking water in the state. “More than 300 multinational companies, 600 industries and thousands of hotels in Bengaluru and Mysuru depend on River Cauvery. The river irrigates 20 lakh acres of land in the state. We need to remember over 40% of the crops failed in the state due to scarcity of water. When developed countries have a single-lane road inside the forest, and no rail connectivity, why are our politicians hell-bent on having four-lane highways and a rail line?” asked Heblikar.

    The protesters roundly refuted charges of taking up the agitation on the day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Mysuru.

    In fact, BJP’s Mysuru MP Pratap Simha extended his support to the agitation. “The project, which was announced in the 2012-13 budget is a joint venture of Karnataka and Kerala, and not the initiative of the Centre. I have repeatedly warned chief minister Siddaramaiah about the repercussions of the project, and I will join the people of Kodagu to ensure the Centre does not approve the rail line,” Simha said.

    In what was largely a peaceful protest, the participants ensured that there were no hurdles to smooth traffic movement. The protesters marched along the pavement from the Dasara Exhibition Grounds, and marched near Chamaraja Circle, before tracing their steps back to the starting point.






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  • NHAI shelves original proposal to widen Hunsur Road; 7 trees to be cut in lieu of 79 Times News Network | Feb 26, 2018, 05:30 IST
    Mysuru: The proposal to widen, and straighten the 850m-stretch of Hunsur Roadbetween Paduvarahalli 4th Main Road and the Valmiki Road Junction near Kalamandira had triggered a massive public protest, who demanded that the project be shelved since it would have sounded a death knell to 79 trees lining the road. Bowing to public pressure, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has significantly altered its original plan – under the modified proposal, only seven trees will be felled in place of 79.

    In association with the public works department, NHAI had proposed to widen this stretch that had seen many accidents owing to a steep curve near Kalamandira. The authorities had proposed to upgrade the existing four-lane road to a six-lane road to prevent further accidents, and allocated a sum of Rs 12 crore under the Central Road Fund grants for the same.

    However, a massive public protest erupted that was spearheaded by members of the Mysuru Grahakara Parishat. The citizens voiced reservations about the adverse impact that the project might have on the environment, and approached the court and brought a stay on the project.

    Taking cognisance of public opinion, NHAI decided against turning the road into a six-lane street, and have decided to widen the thoroughfare by around 1m on either side.

    “Earlier, we would have had to cut 79 trees, but now we will have to fell only seven. We have also informed the MGP about this. Work on the road will commence once we receive orders from our superiors,” an NHAI officer said.







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  • Land acquisition crucial for early completion of satellite rail station R. Krishna Kumar
    MYSURU, FEBRUARY 27, 2018 00:00 IST
    UPDATED: FEBRUARY 27, 2018 04:32 IST

    Initial hiccups:The satellite railway terminus proposed at Naganahalli requires at least 370 acres of land.M.A. SRIRAM Convincing farmers to part with their fertile land around Naganahalli likely to be a Herculean task
    The construction of the satellite railway terminal for Mysuru, which was first announced in the Union Budget for 2018-19 and reiterated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his recent visit to the city, hinges on land acquisition that is set to be a dicey issue.

    The project requires a minimum of 370 acres of land and the onus will be on the State government to pursue it to expedite the process.

    While the project is envisaged to cost around Rs. 789.29 crore, sources pointed out that the bulk of the amount was likely to go towards meeting the land acquisition cost and compensating farmers. The cost per acre of agricultural land around Naganahalli is around Rs. 1 crore to Rs. 1.5 crore per acre but farmers may be tempted to jack up the rates.

    With the land around Naganahalli and surrounding areas being fertile and irrigated, convincing farmers to part with it for the prevailing rates will be a Herculean task. This was evident when the track-doubling work was held up for similar reasons a few years ago and work came to a standstill at Naganahalli as farmers complained about inadequate compensation.

    Hence, officials pointed out that the pace at which the new satellite terminal can be completed depends on land acquisition. If the current tempo at which the project has advanced is any indication, then the second railway terminal may take quite a few years to even get started.

    For, the proposal for a second railway terminal was first mooted in 2007 and it has taken 11 years for the same to make it to the ‘Pink Book’ (a registry detailing all approved projects and allocations made) of Indian Railways.

    The authorities in Mysuru had zeroed in on three stations with potential for development as a second terminus for the city. This included Ashokapuram, Belagola and Naganahalli. However, Ashokapuram was ruled out as it was land-locked and the railway workshop was also poised for expansion and required additional land.

    Though Belagola was reckoned to be ideal and additional pit lines and maintenance lines could have been created, Naganahalli — which is 8.55 km from Mysuru station — was finally selected for the second terminal and unlike the other two stations, land was not an issue but for its acquisition.

    While the cost of developing Naganahalli satellite terminus has been pegged at Rs. 789.29 crore, the allocation for 2018-19 is only Rs. 1 lakh.










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  • MCC budget plans for 100 parks, skywalk near Maharani’s College Lakshmikantha BK| Times News Network | Feb 28, 2018, 05:30 IST

    Mysuru: The Mysuru City Corporation’s finance and taxation standing committee chairperson KP Ashiwini presented a surplus budget on Tuesday and announced several projects, including two swimming pools in Chamaraja-Narashimaraja constituency at Rs 1 crore and a skywalk near Maharani’s College to help students avoid the busy road. Also, around 100 parks are to be developed at a cost of Rs 20 crore.

    Ashwini, who presented the budget of Rs 712.5 crore for the financial year 2018-19 at Nalwadi Krishnaraja Wadiyar Hall, said MCC was targeting revenue of Rs 127 crore through property tax. “As property tax is the major revenue source for MCC, tax defaulters and property owners who have filed wrong declaration under Self-Assessment Scheme (SAS) will be issued notice. The property tax collection drive will be continued,” she said.

    Ashwini announced that MCC was also expecting a revenue of Rs 50 crore from fee collected for drinking water supply, UGD maintenance, town planning, trade licence and MCC building rent. A large chunk of the amount – Rs 42 crore – is expected from 14th Finance Commission grants and others.

    “Illegal water connections will be legalised by installing meters and tax will be collected. Similarly, MCC officials will collect various taxes from revenue layouts coming under corporation,” Ashwini said.

    The budget shows a surplus of just over Rs 7 crore. The opening balance is nearly Rs 147.5 crore and the budget outlines expected revenue of Rs 565 crore against an expenditure of Rs 705.5 crore.

    Among the projects that should gladden civic staff is the construction of a sports club for MCC officials and members at a cost of Rs 2 crore. A Mahila Sadana under JNNURM, at a cost of Rs 1 crore, is also being planned at Ittigegudu. Skill development programmes for women will be held at this centre.

    Bathrooms and e-toilets exclusively for pourakarmikas, Rs 10 crore from CM’s special fund to police department for effective traffic management system and Rs 3 crore for the development of play grounds is also stipulated. Around Rs 15 lakh has been earmarked to celebrate 155 years of MCC.

    Ashwini said in 2017-18, the revenue target was set at Rs 687 crore but till December-end, only Rs 348 crore was collected.

    Mayor B Bhagyavathi, deputy mayor M Indira and MCC commissioner G Jagadeesh were present.








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  • Mysuru City Corporation budget plans for 100 parks, skywalk near Maharani’s College Lakshmikantha BK| TNN | Updated: Feb 28, 2018, 11:55 IST
    MYSURU: The Mysuru City Corporation’s finance and taxation standing committee chairperson KP Ashiwini presented a surplus budget on Tuesday and announced several projects, including two swimming pools in Chamaraja-Narashimaraja constituency at Rs 1 crore and a skywalk near Maharani’s College to help students avoid the busy road. Also, around 100 parks are to be developed at a cost of Rs 20 crore.

    Ashwini, who presented the budget of Rs 712.5 crore for the financial year 2018-19 at Nalwadi Krishnaraja Wadiyar Hall, said MCC was targeting revenue of Rs 127 crore through property tax. “As property tax is the major revenue source for MCC, tax defaulters and property owners who have filed wrong declaration under Self-Assessment Scheme (SAS) will be issued notice. The property tax collection drive will be continued,” she said.

    Ashwini announced that MCC was also expecting a revenue of Rs 50 crore from fee collected for drinking water supply, UGD maintenance, town planning, trade licence and MCC building rent. A large chunk of the amount – Rs 42 crore – is expected from 14th Finance Commission grants and others.

    “Illegal water connections will be legalised by installing meters and tax will be collected. Similarly, MCC officials will collect various taxes from revenue layouts coming under corporation,” Ashwini said.

    The budget shows a surplus of just over Rs 7 crore. The opening balance is nearly Rs 147.5 crore and the budget outlines expected revenue of Rs 565 crore against an expenditure of Rs 705.5 crore.

    Among the projects that should gladden civic staff is the construction of a sports club for MCC officials and members at a cost of Rs 2 crore. A Mahila Sadana under JNNURM, at a cost of Rs 1 crore, is also being planned at Ittigegudu. Skill development programmes for women will be held at this centre.

    Bathrooms and e-toilets exclusively for pourakarmikas, Rs 10 crore from CM’s special fund to police department for effective traffic management system and Rs 3 crore for the development of play grounds is also stipulated. Around Rs 15 lakh has been earmarked to celebrate 155 years of MCC.

    Ashwini said in 2017-18, the revenue target was set at Rs 687 crore but till December-end, only Rs 348 crore was collected.

    Mayor B Bhagyavathi, deputy mayor M Indira and MCC commissioner G Jagadeesh were present.








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