Part I As we celebrate World Consumer Day on March 15th, it is the time to reflect on what actually is the consumer movement, what has it achieved in Mysore during the last few years, and what can or should be done to strengthen it further. It is my goal to deal with...
In one of his memorable speeches our former President Dr. Kalam exhorted Indians to identify and admire Indian heroes and not just go on criticizing everything and everyone. As Mysore celebrates World Consumer Day on March 15th, it is only fitting that we show our...
It has become a ritualistic practice to celebrate different kinds of days at least one a week like teachers, women, mothers, fathers, children, energy conservation, environment protection, cancer eradication, etc by holding an official seminar where some dignitaries...
How many top scientists we can identify in Mysore who after having achieved the pinnacle of success will take up the equally important role of questioning the status quo in our society and fight for much needed reform? But for Dr. H. A. B. Parpia, I have not come...
21 Nov 2018 Rail users demand Chennai- B'luru train be extended to Mysuru Change in route of Bengaluru-Kannur Express has affected several rail commuters, especially the techies who travel from Bengaluru to Mysuru every day or on weekends. Following the shift in...
MGP established in 1989 by individuals with a high degree of concern for the challenges confronting the city and its people. Since then, MGP continues to take up issues of social importance with the active involvement of its members. Urban Life Styles of Mysore A Brief History
Become a member of
Mysore Grahakara Parishat
Bigger the membership greater our strength
Joining hands with other organisations with similar goals and objectives
Open to all adult residents of Mysore and its surrounding areas
- Preventing a library being constructed in People’s Park
- Improve City Bus Transport Services
Fourth Sunday of each month at 4 pm at its registered office at door No. 6/1, Vivekananda Road, Road, Yadavagiri, Mysore 570020. Tel: 2515150 between 2pm to 6pm.