Monthly Archives: November 2021

Delhi police arrest two more arms suppliers

New Delhi, November 30 (IANS): Delhi police have arrested two other illegal arms suppliers in connection with an illegal arms racket. The two dealers have been identified as Bharat, resident of GB Nagar, UP and Devender, resident of Aligarh, UP, an official said on Tuesday. Their names were revealed during …

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Wyndham to reach 50 hotels in India

By IANSlife New Delhi, November 30 (IANSlife): One of the world’s largest hotel franchise companies, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, with approximately 9,000 hotels in nearly 95 countries, continues to expand its presence in India with the addition of four new hotels under the Ramada brands, Howard Johnson by Wyndham and …

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Government doctor accused in sexual harassment case released on bail

Government doctor accused in sexual harassment case released on bail Mangaluru: A government doctor, accused of sexual harassment in the workplace, was released on bail on Monday, November 29, 2021. Lawyer N Narasimha Hegde, representing the district leprosy officer, Dr Ratnakar, accused in the case, said that the III JMFC …

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Two South Koreans escape TN police and reach Manipur to flee India

Chennai, November 29 (IANS): Two South Korean nationals, who were arrested in a rupee crore GST evasion case, escaped custody in Tamil Nadu’s Chengalpattu district last month, flew to Manipur and allegedly left India, according to police sources mentioned. Police department sources told IANS that the duo managed to escape …

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Tiruchi police crack down on goat thieves, recover 60 animals

Chennai, November 29 (IANS): Tamil Nadu Police Tiruchi lineup launched a crackdown on goat thieves in the area and recovered 60 goats worth Rs 3 lakh. The goats were turned over to owners through the courts, police said. The crackdown follows goat thieves who killed Tiruchi police sub-inspector S. Bhoominathan. …

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Odisha Police Release Photos Of Three Wanted Fraudsters

Bhubaneswar, November 29 (IANS): Odisha Police’s Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) released photos of the three most wanted fraudsters on Monday, promising informants a reward. The three runaways are Jyoti Ranjan Beura aka Golden Baba, Aditya Dash and Triveni Kumar Mohanty. The EOW also issued three separate phone numbers to request …

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Bengaluru: Government advises daily screening of medical students, postponement of events

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, November 29: By a notice published on Sunday, November 28, the Department of Health and Family Welfare advised daily screening all students in medical, paramedical and other educational institutions for symptoms of Covid19. The department’s principal secretary, TK Anil Kumar, said symptomatic people …

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Police ban on comedian Munawar Faruqui’s performance in Bengaluru criticized

Bangalore, November 29 (IANS): The refusal by the police to authorize a show by stand-up comedian Munawar Faruqui, scheduled for Sunday in Bengaluru, has drawn criticism and disappointment from many social media users. Bengaluru police refused permission, saying the show could create public order problems. Ashoknagar Police wrote to organizers …

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10 exciting hotels and attractions for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar

By IANSlife New Delhi, November 28 (IANSlife): Qatar Tourism unveils 10 spectacular new hotels and attractions set to open ahead of the kick off of the FIFA World Cup. He revealed that there are more than 100 hotels and hotel apartments in the country’s construction pipeline. More than 40 are …

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Anwar Manippadi urges Karnataka government to alleviate suffering of Muslim community

Muslim brothers tell him about government abuse, harassment and threats, he says BJP leader and former chairman of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission and Minority Development Corporation, Anwar Manippadi, urged the government to alleviate the suffering of the minority Muslim community in Karnataka, saying it was mistreated. In a letter …

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Leprosy government official arrested – the Hindu

City police on Saturday arrested Dakshina Kannada district leprosy officer Rathnakar on charges of sexually harassing women contract workers in his office. Women’s Police on Friday registered an activist’s complaint against Dr Rathnakar under section 354 of the IPC and questioned him. Police Commissioner N. Shashi Kumar said on Saturday …

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Tripura police to investigate UAPA cases against journalists and lawyers

Agartala, November 27 (IANS): Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Saturday asked Director General of Police (DGP) VS Yadav to review the UAPA (Prevention of Illegal Activities Act) cases against journalists and lawyers, after some community incidents were reported in the state in October of this year. An Interior …

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J&K Police Arrest 2 Terrorist Associates

Srinagar, November 27 (IANS): Jammu and Kashmir police and security forces arrested two terrorist associates linked to the banned terrorist group Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) in Awantipora in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, and recovered incriminated materials, including including ammunition, officials said on Saturday. “Awantipora police along with 42RR …

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Man kills 5 people including a policeman in Tripura

Agartala, November 27 (IANS): In a tragic incident, a man mysteriously killed a policeman and four others, including his two underage daughters, in Khowai district, west of Tripura, police said on Saturday. Khowai District Police Superintendent Kiran Kumar K. said assailant Pradip Deb Roy, 40, shortly after midnight on Friday, …

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Bangalore: state government decides to cut SSLC program by 20%

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, November 27: The state government has decided to earmark a 20 percent reduction in this year’s SSLC program. This reduction is made in order to compensate for the delayed start of the new academic year. A 30 percent reduction was allocated in the …

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IMA President urges government to provide free medical education

Khatiel Suresh Kudwa, president, Indian Medical Education, Karnataka Chapter, said on Friday that the government should provide free medical education so that everyone in society can benefit from free or at least affordable health care facilities. Dr Kudwa told reporters here that the relationship between doctors and patients is deteriorating …

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Mangaluru: Sexual harassment charge – Police take Dr Ratnakar into custody

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (DV) Mangaluru, November 26: A woman who works in a women’s organization filed a complaint against the district program manager under the authority of the district health and family welfare department for allegedly sexually harassing female staff working in her office. Based on his complaint, …

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Karnataka police arrest 5 Bangladeshi nationals

Bangalore, November 26 (IANS): Karnataka police on Friday arrested five Bangladeshi nationals illegally residing in the suburbs of Bengaluru. Co-Commissioner Sandeep Patil said the operation was carried out by the Central Crime Branch (CCB) and other agencies. One case has been registered under the Aliens Act and further investigation is …

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New Zealand police, defense forces must get vaccinated

Wellington, November 26 (IANS): New Zealand Police and all New Zealand Defense Force personnel have become the new groups to be vaccinated in preparation for the transition to the new Covid-19 protection framework on December 3. The first doses of the vaccine for workers in these organizations are required by …

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Mumbai terror attack changed security measures at Indian hotels

By Venkatachari Jagannathan Chennai, Nov 26 (IANS): The despicable terrorist attack on star hotels like the Oberoi Trident, Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai, in which several guests and staff lost their lives, has changed the security scenario in the hospitality industry, officials said. hoteliers. After the 11/26 attacks, …

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The sale of the government’s stake in privatized banks will take place in stages

Sale of government stake in privatization-led banks to proceed in stages | Photo credit: iStock Images The government is expected to retain a 26% stake for the first few years in the two state-owned banks which are expected to be privatized as part of the government’s divestment campaign. Investor interest …

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Udupi: Illegal sand transport – Truck, driver, owner surrender to police

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JD / MS) Udupi, November 26: Udupi, November 26: The truck that failed to report to the city police station after being pulled over for illegally transporting a load of sand on Thursday, November 25, surrendered to the police on Friday, November 26. The truck …

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Riots in Delhi: HC requests detailed affidavit from Delhi police

New Delhi, November 25 (IANS): The Delhi High Court on Thursday requested a detailed affidavit regarding last year’s riots in northeast Delhi, following police statements that indictments were filed in 361 cases on 758. Of those indictments, 67 were framed as of Oct. 4, Delhi police told the bench of …

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Pak police arrest four people for blasphemy in mosque row

New Delhi, November 25 (IANS): Pakistani police have arrested four men on charges of blasphemy after arguing with an “imam” (clergyman) over whether the announcement of a Christian neighbor’s funeral could be made from a mosque, officials said, Al Jazeera reported. The case took place in the village of Khodi …

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Mangaluru: police return stolen goods worth Rs 2.9 crore to their rightful owners

Photos: Spoorthi Ullal Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, November 25: The police returned to their true owners valuables worth Rs 2.9 crore which were stolen under the jurisdiction of the city police station and which were found during the investigation. This was done on Thursday, November 25 after …

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Sex CD case: court orders investigation against Bengaluru police chief and other cops

Bangalore, November 24 (IANS): A Karnataka court on Wednesday ordered an investigation against Bengaluru Police Commissioner Kamal Pant, DCP Central MN Anuchet and Cubbon Park Police Station Inspector Maruthi for failing to register a complaint against a former minister of the BJP in the “Sex CD” case. The 8th ACMM …

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Punjab police thwart possible terrorist attack, one has taken place

Chandigarh, November 24 (IANS): With the arrest of a highly radicalized agent identified as Ranjit Singh of Tarn Taran, linked to terrorist entities based abroad, Punjab police claimed on Wednesday that they had foiled another possible terrorist attack. Police recovered two Chinese-made P-86 hand grenades and two pistols as well …

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Mangalore University Odd Semester Results Announcement

Mangaluru: Mangalore University (MU) has announced the results of the main papers of the odd semester exams held in April on its official website. Odd semester (1st, 3rd, and 5th semester) UG exams started in April and ended in the first week of September. The results were due to be …

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ACB attacks 15 government officials in 68 locations in Karnataka

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) launched simultaneous search operations in 68 locations in Karnataka, targeting 15 government officials in various departments as part of an investigation into alleged disproportionate assets on November 24. The raids were carried out on the heels of a massive operation underway at the headquarters and other …

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Germany to have a “traffic light” government led by Scholz of the SPD

London, November 24 (IANS): Signaling the end of the Angela Merkel era in Germany, the Social Democratic Party (SDP), which eclipsed its Christian Democratic Union in the September 26 elections, announced on Wednesday that it would lead the new coalition government, with transition towards a green economy. being the priority …

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Delhi Police investigate ISIS-K death threat against Gambhir (Commissioner)

New Delhi, November 24 (IANS): Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana said on Wednesday that police were examining the death threat made against Delhi BJP MP Gautam Gambhir by ISIS-Kashmir and that an investigation had been opened into the matter. Asthana’s comments came during an event at the premises of the …

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Horror in Karnataka: Police arrested four people for sexually assaulting and murdering 8-year-old girl in Mangalore

Karnataka, November 24: In a horrific incident, an 8-year-old girl was allegedly gang raped and murdered by four people in Mangalore. The incident took place at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday. Police arrested the four defendants on Wednesday. According to the report published by Indian express, The victim is the daughter …

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Government to extract oil from emergency reserves

New Delhi. The Indian government is going to take a big step to relieve ordinary people of the price of gasoline and diesel. After reducing excise taxes, the central government will now extract 5 million barrels of crude oil from the country’s strategic oil reserves, so that the availability of …

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Kranti Redkar-Wankhede files police complaint for fake cats

Bombay, November 23 (IANS): Marathi actress Kranti Redkar-Wankhede, wife of Narcotics Control Bureau area manager Sameer Wankhede, filed an online complaint with Mumbai Police for certain tweets posted by Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik, here on Tuesday . Redkar-Wankhede said a fake Twitter handle was created in his name and a …

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Delhi Police requested to file FIR against Sambit Patra

New Delhi, November 23 (IANS): A court on Tuesday ordered Delhi police to register an FIR against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sambit Patra for allegedly posting a doctored video of Delhi’s chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on social media , in which he was seen talking about agricultural laws. Metropolitan …

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India News | JK Police Solve Bohri Kadal Terror Case, 3 Arrests

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Nov 23 (ANI): Police in Jammu and Kashmir have solved Bohri Kadal’s terrorism case by arresting three accused persons allegedly involved in terrorist crimes. On November 9, 2021, terrorists killed a civilian Ibrahim Ahmad, who was a vendor at Shri Sandeep Mawa’s Shop, near the …

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10,000 calls made to the British counterterrorism police in 2021

London, November 23 (IANS): Around 10,000 calls were made to the UK counterterrorism police in 2021, a senior official said. About a fifth of the public’s reports provided useful intelligence, which aided counterterrorism investigations, said London Metropolitan Police chief of special operations Matt Twist. Following recent acts of terrorism in …

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Mangalore University Result 2021 for 1st, 3rd and 5th semester undergraduate at official website mangaloreuniversity.ac.in; Here are the steps to download the result

Mangaluru, November 23: Mangalore University announced the results of the first, third and fifth semester undergraduate (BA, B.Com, B.Sc) exams on Tuesday. Students who have appeared for the exams can view and download the result of Mangalore University 2021 from the university’s official website – mangaloreuniversity.ac.in. The exams were held …

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TVS Motor Company signs MoU with Government of Tamil Nadu for investment of Rs. 1200 Crore in future technologies and electric vehicles

TVS Motor Company, one of the world’s largest two and three-wheeler manufacturers, today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of Tamil Nadu to invest in future technologies and electric vehicles. The MoU was signed in the presence of the Honorable Chief Minister of Tamil …

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Mangalore University Result 2021: 1st, 3rd and 5th semester results declared on mangaloreuniversity.ac.in

Mangalore University Result 2021 | Photo credit: iStock Images Highlights Mangalore University Result 2021 for Semester Exams at mangaloreuniversity.ac.in. The results published concern only the 1st, 3rd and 5th exams. The examinations were carried out in strict compliance with COVID 19 protocols. Mangalore University 2021 results for first, third and …

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Udupi: District Police Launches “Sunset Operation” Special Beat System

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (HB) Udupi, November 23: “A special beating system called ‘Sunset Operation’ has been started by the Udupi District Police in order to keep an eye on drug trafficking, illegal activities and the protection of women,” said the police superintendent of Udupi. N Vishnuvardhan district during …

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Moon berates police for sloppy response to violent crime

Seoul, November 22 (IANS): South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Monday berated police for a botched response to a violent crime that left one person in a vegetative state, calling on police to step up education and training to prevent similar incidents from happening. reproduce. The reprimand came a day …

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Jagan’s government overturns laws, sticks to 3 momentous decisions

Amaravati, November 22 (IANS): The government of Andhra Pradesh on Monday repealed two laws enacted last year to create three state capitals, but said it would introduce comprehensive new legislation addressing all issues, including legal issues for the sake of common population. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy told the …

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Few deaths reported after vehicle crashed into U.S. parade: police

Washington, November 22 (IANS): There were “a few deaths” after a vehicle crashed into a crowd during an annual holiday parade in Waukesha, a city in the US state of Wisconsin, a senior police official said. “The vehicle hit more than 20 people, some of them children and there were …

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Siddaramaiah calls on Karnataka BJP government to repeal two agricultural laws introduced last year

India oi-PTI | Posted: Sunday November 21st, 2021 0:24 [IST] Bangalore, November 20: Calling on the ruling BJP in Karnataka to take inspiration from Narendra Modi’s government, which has decided to repeal agricultural laws, former chief minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday demanded that the state immediately repeal the APMC (amendment) law …

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Mangaluru: public schools suffer from lack of teachers

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, November 20: Schools in Dakshina Kannada district are now fully functioning. However, many parents expressed their anger that academic activities are negatively affected due to the shortage of teaching staff in these schools. Schools reopened after a hiatus of about 18 months. The …

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Mangaluru: “Women must be financially independent” – Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar

Press release Mangaluru, November 20: “Women must be financially independent,” said Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar. He was speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the inaugural Student Cabinet of the Collège Sainte-Agnès (Autonomous) on Saturday, November 20. As part of the swearing-in to 32 student council members of the Mother …

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Tanzanian President of Zanzibar launches special police unit to protect tourists

Dar es Salaam, November 20 (IANS): Tanzanian President of Zanzibar, Hussein Ali Mwinyi, on Friday launched a special police unit to protect tourists visiting the islands. Eugene Emmanuel, the deputy police commissioner, said the newly launched special police unit included 150 officers. Speaking after the launch of the police unit, …

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Lemon Tree Hotels signs new hotel in Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh

Lemon Tree Hotels Limited has announced its latest hotel signing – Lemon Tree Hotel, Mcleodganj, in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. This hotel, owned by M/S MK Enterprises, is scheduled to open in September 2022. Nestled amid majestic hills and lush vegetation, Mcleodganj is a hill station located in the suburbs of …

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At least 2 injured as Dutch police fire warning shots during demonstration against Covid-19 measure

The Hague, November 20 (IANS): A demonstration against the Dutch government’s Covid-19 measures turned violent in central Rotterdam, with police firing warning shots and at least two people injured. “The injuries occurred in connection with the gunfire,” Rotterdam police said. No other details have yet been announced. Fires and fireworks …

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Missing girl: Catholic Sabha Udupi Pradesh submits memorandum to police

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (DV) Udupi, November 19: Catholic Sabha Udupi Pradesh handed over a memorandum to the Police Commissioner (SP) on Friday (November 19) urging the department to find a girl who has been missing for seven months in Perampalli. Catholic President Sabha Udupi Pradesh, Merry D’Souza, submitted …

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Karnataka government to revive all forms of traditional art: Minister

Kannada and Culture Department to Host Anti-Pintige Event in Three Districts of Malenadu Kannada, Culture and Energy Minister V. Sunil Kumar said the government has decided to revive all declining traditional art forms in Karnataka. Addressing participants in the Sringeri Assembly Constituency Level Anti-Pintige Contest organized by Sri Adishankaracharya Sharada …

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Mangaluru police seize demonetized banknotes worth 1.92 crore

Barke police in Mangaluru seized demonetized 500 and 1,000 banknotes in the amount of 1,950,000 from three people. Mangaluru Police Commissioner N. Shashi Kumar told reporters on November 19 that the banknotes were seized when the defendants attempted to transport them in a multi-utility vehicle. He gave the names of …

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DC allows government buses to run between Mangaluru and Kasargod

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, November 19: Dakshina Kannada District Deputy Commissioner Dr Rajendra KV has authorized interstate buses to operate between Kerala and Karnataka. By an order, he authorized Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation buses to run from Mangaluru and Puttur depots to destinations in Kerala, duly …

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Karnataka government to revive all traditional art forms: minister

Kannada and Culture Department to Host Antige-Pintige Event for Three Districts of Malenadu Kannada and Culture Department to Host Antige-Pintige Event for Three Districts of Malenadu Kannada Minister of Culture and Energy V. Sunil Kumar said the government has decided to revive all the traditional art forms which are in …

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The Truth Behind the Government’s Approach to Sikh Religious Affairs in Pak

By Professor Sarchand Singh New Delhi, November 19 (IANS): Pakistan is still trying to shake off its stigma of being a pro-terrorist country in the global community. The idea of ​​opening the Kartarpur Corridor also sprouted to improve its image and deceive Sikhs around the world. But in reality, Pakistan …

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Mangaluru: police seize demonetized rupee worth 1.92 crore banknotes, arrest three

Photos: Spoorthi Ullal Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru, November 19: Friday, November 19, the city police seized old currency worth Rs 1,920,000 and arrested three people in connection with the case. Those arrested are Zubair Hammabba (52) from Kannur, Deepak Kumar (32) from Padil and Abdul Naseer (40) …

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Delhi police detained alcohol salesman turned baba

New Delhi, November 18 (IANS): Delhi police have arrested a reported offender who was not attending his hearings and turned into a priest, an official here said on Thursday. According to the official, senior Delhi police officers had given instructions to locate convicted offenders (POs) in the area. Subsequently, a …

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Puttur: public school with a nice cool classroom

Daijiworld Media Network – Puttur (SP) Puttur, November 18: For students in particular, attending classes in the hot summer months turns out to be a horrible punishment. Almost all school buildings, public and private, are made of concrete. During the summer months, the heat inside becomes unbearable. But there is …

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Udupi: KRV protest succeeds – Government releases funds for dialysis centers

Daijiworld media network – Udupi (SP / JD) Udupi, November 18: The three-day round-the-clock protest which was organized here by Karnataka Rakshana Vedike (KRV) and Yuvashakti Karnataka in accordance with their demand to release the salaries and allowances of the staff of the dialysis center here, logically ended on Wednesday …

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Udupi: government launches paddy purchase at minimum support price

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (SP) Udupi, November 17: The district administration, in accordance with the guidelines mentioned in the central government’s Minimum Support Price (MSP) program for the year 2021-22, has ordered the procurement of paddy from farmers in the district who wish to sell paddy from quality FAQ …

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TN government approves drone police unit in Chennai

Chennai, November 17 (IANS): The government of Tamil Nadu has granted a sanction for the establishment of a drone police unit for the Grand Chennai police force in the amount of Rs 3.60 crore. The mobile drone police unit will be established at vantage points to enable rapid police response …

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No water taps in the UP police jails now

Agra, November 17 (IANS): Prisons in police stations in the Agra area will not have taps or water pipes. This is done in view of recent “suicides” in detention, in particular that of Kasganj where a young person is said to have hanged himself from a tap. Previously, a Dalit …

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ITC Hotels signs the Jaipur hotel for its luxury brand Mementos

New Delhi, November 16 (IANS): Days after unveiling its new luxury brand Mementos with Ekaaya Udaipur, ITC Hotels on Tuesday signed another agreement to open a hotel under the new umbrella in Jaipur. The agreement was signed by ITC Hotels General Manager Anil Chadha and Mementos Jaipur owner Ritesh Derewala …

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Desecration of nagabana: a special police team formed to find the accused

Police Commissioner N. Shashi Kumar said on Tuesday that a team had been tasked with solving the case of the nagabana taint in Kodikal. Strangers entered the nagabana sanctum santorum on Saturday and threw an idol of the serpent god. Residents and activists from Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal …

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Odisha police arrest 3,488 fugitives in special training

Bhubaneswar, November 16 (IANS): Odisha police have arrested 3,488 fugitives from different parts of the state in a special campaign launched for the execution of pending non-discharge (NBW) arrest warrants, police officials said on Tuesday. . The police had led the special campaign from November 5 to 14 and arrested …

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Andhra Pradesh ERC writes to government over ₹25,257 crore dues to Discoms

APERC in the letter suggested giving 14 days notice to local bodies and other offices to get their dues released or deal with the disconnection of the power connection. APERC in the letter suggested giving 14 days notice to local bodies and other offices to get their dues released or …

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“No action against online gaming companies”: the government of Karnataka before the High Court

Bangalore, November 12 (IANS): The Karnataka government assured the High Court that no enforcement action will be taken against online gambling companies operating in the state despite the new law allowing authorities to take action. The state government, through the council, pledged in this regard on Thursday before the division …

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Mementos by ITC Hotels begins its journey from Udaipur

ITC Hotels’ latest luxury brand, Mementos by ITC Hotels, begins its journey from Udaipur, the famous lakeside city of Rajasthan. Recently they signed Ekaaya, Udaipur as their first Memento property. The hotel is nestled in the Aravalli hills and is approximately 20 km from the city. According to Anil Chadha, …

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Indian Hotels Company Limited Board of Directors approves 1: 9 rights issue at Rs. 150 per share

The committee of The Indian Hotels Company Limited at its meeting held on November 9, 2021 reviewed and approved the terms and conditions of the rights issue to raise an amount not exceeding Rs. 2,000 crore. Total number of participating shares and rights Issue size: 132,139,827 fully paid participating shares …

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Oil Prices Rise, Few US Government Brakes Available, Auto News, ET Auto

OPEC’s disproportionate influence on market prices means that its aggregate output will affect prices around the world, given the global nature of the oil trade. Oil prices hit seven-year highs as the global economy rebounded and pushed US retail gasoline prices up to $ 3.42 per gallon, the highest in …

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Mangaluru: For small hotels, rising prices could be a challenge | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: While dining out in most cities is expected to become expensive due to rising commodity prices and commercial LPG cylinders, many small hotel owners in the city are in a catch-22 situation . They indicate that it is not possible to increase prices at this time as activity has …

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Kundapur: Tekkatte public school leads the district with the highest number of students

Silvestre D’Souza Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (SP) Kundapur, November 9: The government model school Tekkatte Kuvempu Centenary, in the face of competition from private schools, has managed to maintain its supremacy through a qualitative teaching style. The school, which falls under the Kundapur Academic Zone, has the school with …

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ITC Hotels signs luxury brand Mementos with Ekaaya in Udaipur

New Delhi, November 9 (IANS): ITC Hotels has announced the launch of its new luxury brand, Mementos, with Ekaaya, a 130-room hotel located on 106 acres of land overlooking the Aravalli in Udaipur. The hotel is expected to open in the next fiscal year, according to a spokesperson for the …

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For Small Hotels, Raising Prices Could Be a Challenge | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: While dining out in most cities is expected to become expensive due to rising commodity prices and commercial LPG cylinders, many small hotel owners in the city are in dire straits. They indicate that it is not possible to increase prices at this time because activity has not yet …

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Bommai’s government ends 100 days in power

As his government ends its 100-day term, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has expressed satisfaction with the decisions taken so far to move the administration in the right direction, and the state is working hard. to achieve inclusive economic progress. He ruled out any discussion of cabinet enlargement. “I am …

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Center to launch long-term rental of ITDC hotels

New Delhi, November 3 (IANS): After selecting a new buyer for Air India, the central government accelerated the process of distributing ITDC-owned luxury hotels for a long-term lease of around 40 to 60 years, industry insiders said. Details of the plan have been kept under wraps even as an interdepartmental …

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The state government is committed to developing the Kalyana Karnataka region: Nirani

Reiterating that the state government is determined to develop the Kalyana Karnataka region, Minister of Large and Medium Industries Murugesh Nirani said that the state demand for the region is not fair from any organization. He was addressing the media after offering floral tributes to Goddess Bhuvaneshwari to mark the …

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Priority to secure jobs for Kannadigas in the private, government and semi-government sectors

From our special correspondentDaijiworld Media Network Bangalore, November 1 Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has pledged to prioritize Kannadigas for jobs in the private, government and semi-government sectors. Speaking at the 66th Karnataka Rajyothsava Day celebrations held by the State Department of Education at Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru on Monday, he …

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