Mangaluru: US government selects Indian doctor for climate crisis and public health deliberations

Press release Mangaluru, March 10: Dr. Edmond Fernandes, Founder of the CHD Group – Holder of Special Consultative Status of UNECOSOC and Director of the Edward & Cynthia Institute of Public Health was invited by the US Government to deliberate at the International Thematic Alumni Exchange Seminar (TIES) on …

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Mumbai: Police arrest two for killing toddler and elderly in crashes

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (MS) Bombay, March 10: In two separate traffic accidents in the city, an elderly person and a two-year-old child were killed. Police arrested the drivers of the two vehicles that caused the crash. In the first incident in Kandivili East, two-year-old Jiva Yadav …

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Puttur police arrest man accused of defrauding CAMPCO

Puttur City Police arrested a Vincy Pinto on Wednesday for defrauding CAMPCO Ltd. to the tune of over ₹9 crore with another person, Jeevan Lobo, by tampering and using false proprietary marks while supplying cocoa beans. CAMPCO chocolate factory assistant general manager Francis D’Souza had complained to Puttur town police …

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Bangalore: Government facilities not available for 197 castes

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (MS) Bangalore, March 9: On the one hand, the hijab and saffron shawl controversy continues in the state and on the other, various castes and communities have already warned the government of violent protests over booking, other benefits, etc Many castes say they don’t …

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Police record 3 FIRs in confrontation that erupted at Mangalore Middle School

While the Karnataka High Court is yet to rule on the hijab ban in educational institutions, three lawsuits have been filed in Mangaluru after a clash between two groups of students over wearing the hijab during exams . “Three FIRs have been registered after a confrontation erupted between two groups …

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Mangalore University Konkani Adhyayana Peeta set to hold ‘BhashaSangam 2022’

Press release Mangaluru, March 8: Mangalore University Konkani Adhyayana Peeta, in collaboration with Milagres College Mangaluru Language Department, is set to organize ‘BhashaSangam 2022’, a one-day multilingual national conference on the theme ‘Status of Languages ​​in India under NEP’ to be held in the College Auditorium, Friday, March 11, …

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Bangalore: Government releases revised schedule for second PU exam

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, March 8: The state department of PU education has again revised the schedule for the second PU exam. According to the new schedule, the exam will take place from April 22 to May 18. According to the previously published ad hoc schedule, …

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Tamil Nadu minister’s daughter seeks protection from B’luru police

Bangalore, March 7 (IANS): The newly married daughter of a Tamil Nadu minister contacted the Bengaluru Police Commissioner on Monday to seek protection from her father. Jayakalyani, daughter of Hindu Minister for Religious and Charitable Endowments PK Sekar Babu, who is the close confidante of Chief Minister MK Stalin, …

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Jindal School of Government & Public Policy signs MoU with Australia’s Macquarie University

New Delhi, March 7 (IANS): In an increasingly globalized world, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) at OP Jindal Global University (JGU) has created international mobility opportunities for its students to study alongside international students in India and abroad. With this vision in mind, JGU’s JSGP has …

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South Korean police to step up security to highest level for prez polls

Seoul, March 7 (IANS): South Korean police will deploy a total of 68,786 personnel to provide security at polling and counting stations across the country during Wednesday’s presidential election, officials said Monday. Staff will be deployed to 14,464 polling stations and 251 counting stations as police are on alert …

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Mangalore University welcomes stranded Afghan students | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: Mangalore University (MU) has admitted 28 stranded Afghan students to its various UG, PG and Ph.D courses this academic year. The total number of foreign students this year is 32. After the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, these 28 Afghan students found themselves stranded in India. Among them, 12 …

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Morning Summary | Government reassures students stranded in Sumy, Ukraine; IMF says war in Ukraine will have ‘serious impact’ on global economy, and more

A selection of stories to read before starting your day. A selection of stories to read before starting your day. Government reassures students stranded in Sumy, Ukraine India’s government said on Saturday it was “deeply concerned” about students trapped in Sumy, on the front lines of Ukraine’s war with Russia, …

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Elopement Couple Escaped Custody at UP

Mathura (Uttar Pradesh), March 6 (IANS): A couple taken on remand to Maharashtra jumped from a moving train in Mathura and escaped. The two had fled a few months ago and were being taken from Rudrapur in Uttarakhand to Maharashtra. An FIR was registered against them on Saturday. …

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More than 2000 KSRP police officers lose weight and come back de-addicted in one year

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, March 6: Karnataka State Reserve Police (KSRP) personnel have been ordered by the Additional Superintendent of Police, Alok Kumar, to lose their excess weight. Within a year, approximately 2,000 police officers in the force reduced their weight and became leaner. About 200 …

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Delhi’s most wanted car thief lands in police net after 25 years

New Delhi, March 5 (IANS): After being on the run for the past 25 years, Delhi-NCR’s most wanted vehicle thief has finally been arrested by Delhi police, an official here said on Saturday. The accused, identified as Intezar (42), a resident of Meerut, was arrested with his accomplice Aasif …

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K-Rail: Kerala Police File Case Against Cong MP K. Suresh

Thiruvananthapuram, March 5 (IANS): Kerala Police on Saturday registered a complaint against Congress MP Kodikunnil Suresh for using abusive words against them. Suresh, MP for Mavelikara, was seen having an angry exchange with police when he was seen, along with protesters, dissuading a group of K-Rail officials who had …

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row hijab | Government First Grade College at Car Street in Mangaluru declares vacation

As a result, the college postponed its ongoing internal reviews that had started on March 3. As a result, the college postponed its ongoing internal reviews that had started on March 3. The dispute over allowing the hijab in the classroom has impacted another college in the coastal belt, with …

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Mangalore University: Governor to Deliver Keynote Speech at Mu’s Summons | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: For the first time in the past four decades, the Governor of Karnataka and Chancellor of Mangalore University, Thawar Chand Gehlot, will deliver the keynote address at his 40th annual convocation to be held on April 16. Vice Chancellor PS Yadapadithaya, who on Friday chaired the fourth general meeting …

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Government reassures students stranded in Sumy, Ukraine

Students had threatened to start marching towards Russian border amid shelling after 10 days in bunkers Students had threatened to start marching towards Russian border amid shelling after 10 days in bunkers India’s government said on Saturday it was “deeply concerned” about students trapped in Sumy, on the front lines …

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Mumbai: Maharashtra government backtracks after High Court rebuke

By Rons Bantwal Bombay, March 5: No sanction for not applying mask shall return all fines collected so far Action will be taken against guilty Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte, Marshal BMC, Commissioner Iqbal Chahal, Suresh Kakani under IPC Sections 384 , 385, 420, 409, 120 (B), 109,52 etc The …

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US police are preparing for possible convoys of vehicles affecting traffic in the capital region

Washington, March 4 (IANS): US police said they are preparing for possible vehicle convoys “affecting traffic in and around the National Capital Region,” which includes all of Washington, D.C. and parts of the states of Maryland, Virginia and of West Virginia. Virginia State Police have posted on social media …

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Mangalore University Odd Semester UG Exam Starting 6th April

Odd semester exams of Mangalore University undergraduate courses for the 2021-22 academic year will start from April 6, according to Registrar (Assessment) PL Dharma. He said at the university’s Academic Council meeting on Friday that no external examiner will be involved in conducting the practical exams for the first, third …

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Mangaluru: Anti-Conversion Bill – MP urges Christians to support government

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, March 4: “Protests organized by Christians against Karnataka’s Religious Freedom Protection Bill will strengthen the hands of organizations involved in religious conversions. Religious conversion is evil. Because of this, many families became apathetic as they were denied any government facilities. The state …

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St Agnes College Hosts Mangalore University Intercollegiate Ball Throwing Tournament for Women

Press release Mangaluru, March 4: St Agnes College held the Mangalore University Intercollegiate Area Women’s Ball Throwing Tournament on March 2, 2022 at the college grounds. 26 different colleges affiliated with Mangalore University participated in this tournament. Vivekananda College, Puttur won the championship trophy. Dr P Dayananda Pai …

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J&K government orders full switch to e-office mode

Jammu, March 3 (IANS): The government of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday instructed all administrative secretaries to order Heads of Departments (HoDs) working under their supervision to immediately switch to online working mode, stressing that no physical records or dak will be processed at the Civil Secretariat from March. 7. …

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Hotel and restaurant shares rise 12% as Maharashtra eases Covid standards – bullish brokerage on this hotel share

Share prices of hotel and restaurant companies jumped 12% in Thursday’s BSE intraday session after the Maharashtra government on Wednesday relaxed covid standards and allowed hotels, restaurants, theaters, among other leisure venues, to operate at full capacity from March 4. In the hotel category, Chalet hotels jumped over 11.5%, followed …

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Royal Orchid & Regenta Hotels launches Regenta Suites Gurugram

India’s fastest growing hotel chain, with a diverse portfolio of hotels, now operates over 70 hotels in over 45 locations across India. The brand recently announced the opening of Regenta Suites in Gurugram, just 24 km from Indira Gandhi International Airport. The newly launched hotel is located in the heart …

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Sharjeel instigated section of society to block access to NE: Delhi Police at HC

New Delhi, March 2 (IANS): In response to the bail application of Sharjeel Imam, a student and JNU activist, in connection with the violence in northeast Delhi in 2020, Delhi police said his speeches spread lies about the genocide in Assam and instigated a particular religious section to disrupt access …

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Karnataka government calls for actor Chetan to be expelled; movement likely to be opposed

Bangalore, March 2 (IANS): The Karnataka government’s decision to recommend the expulsion of Kannada actor and social activist Chetan Ahimsa is likely to face opposition from progressive and Dalit organisations. Although the ruling BJP remains silent on the matter, sources confirmed that the police sent a recommendation to the Home …

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Gurugram: Woman found dead at home, her partner under police lens

Gurugram, March 2 (IANS): A 44-year-old woman was found dead without any injury marks on her body on Wednesday morning in Kanhai village in Gurugram, police said. Police recovered the body after being alerted by neighbors of the deceased about the incident. Meanwhile, the woman’s partner, Surender, fled, …

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Westin Hotels & Resorts expands in Mumbai with the opening of Westin Mumbai Powai Lake

The hotel experience comes to life through the brand’s six wellness pillars – Sleep well, eat well, move well, feel well, work well and play well – allowing customers to personalize their stay and engage in programming that meets their needs. Customers can enjoy brand signatures such as the iconic …

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TN government doctors will hold a symbolic fast on Wednesday

Chennai, March 1 (IANS): Tamil Nadu government doctors will take part in a quick symbolic protest on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The protest is about a number of demands, including appropriate relief for the families of government doctors who died of Covid-19. They are also claiming the …

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Government wants to diversify from agricultural products to energy sector: Union Minister

The Ministry of Road Transport has advised car manufacturers to produce flex-engine vehicles that can run on both gasoline and ethanol The Ministry of Road Transport has advised car manufacturers to produce flex-engine vehicles that can run on both gasoline and ethanol Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari …

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Renovation of 12 Kstdc Hotels Underway Statewide | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: With the hospitality sector having suffered greatly as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak, the government is eager to do its part to get it back on track. As the state returns to normal following the disruption caused by the third iteration of the pandemic, the government has earmarked …

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Udupi: Man accuses police sub-inspector of pushing him to frame his friend

Daijiworld Multimedia Network – Udupi (SP) Udupi, March 1: Francis Almeida, an electrician by profession who also has a dairy business, said he gave a free calf to a friend, Muhammed Ibrahim from Gangolli. He alleged that Gangolli Police Sub-Inspector Nanja Naik pressured him to file a statement accusing …

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Srinagar police hand over 21 drug dealers on PSAs and detain 69 others

Srinagar, Feb 28 (IANS): Jammu and Kashmir Police have charged 21 drug traffickers under the Public Security Act (PSA) and arrested 69 other drug traffickers under various CrPC provisions in Srinagar, officials said on Monday. Many localities during Monday’s crackdown were raided by Srinagar district administration and police teams …

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Lemon Tree Hotels signs new hotel in Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand

Lemon Tree Hotels Limited has announced its latest hotel signing – Lemon Tree Hotel, Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand. This hotel is scheduled to open in July 2022. The property is owned by M/s The Alpine Chalet Resort and will be managed by Carnation Hotels Private Limited, a subsidiary and management of Lemon …

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Two cops chase in stolen cars in ‘prolific’ crime spree

Guilty plea: A court heard how a Numurkah man was involved in two police car chases in one week. Photo by Megan Fisher A man was involved in police chases twice in a week, one reaching speeds of 170km/h, in what was described by a magistrate as part of a …

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Get mentally and physically fit, judge tells Mangaluru police cadets

Senior District and Sessions Judge, Udupi District, JN Subramanya urged police personnel to maintain physical and mental fitness to work efficiently without being affected by physical and mental stress Senior District and Sessions Judge, Udupi District, JN Subramanya urged police personnel to maintain physical and mental fitness to work efficiently …

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Mangalore University champions women’s varsity athletics event

Mangalore University emerged champions in the 81st All-India Inter-College Women’s Athletics Championship held at Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneshwar in Odisha from February 21-24 Mangalore University emerged champions in the 81st All-India Inter-College Women’s Athletics Championship held at Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneshwar in Odisha from February 21-24 …

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Residents and officials revive a government school in the village of Belthangady | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: The government upper primary school at Kookrabettu in Belthangady taluk, about 60 km from Mangaluru, was about to close in 2019, with only 16 students enrolled. However, the concerted efforts of the district administration, with the support of the locals, have helped breathe new life into this institution, with …

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Mangalore University: Mu’s Visiting Faculty Will Receive Salary of ₹40,000 | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: Mangalore University has increased the remuneration of its visiting professors. In accordance with the revised salary scale applicable from February, Visiting Professors who have completed NET/PhD or KSET will be paid around Rs 40,000 and the rest Rs 35,000. This is the second highest remuneration paid by a state …

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Karnataka police launch killer hunt targeting stray puppies

Bangalore, Feb 25 (IANS): Karnataka Police have launched a hunt for a puppy killer who targets stray puppies and kills them mercilessly in the locality of Yelahanka in Bengaluru, police said on Friday. Police say they are investigating the case and checking CCTV footage, taking statements from locals, dog …

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Police closely monitor community-sensitive social media content

A technically strong six-member police team monitors the social media monitoring cell A technically strong six-member police team monitors the social media monitoring cell A day after the murder of activist Bajrang Dal Harsha in Shivamogga on Sunday evening, the police social media monitoring cell here noticed social media posts …

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HC sends notice to Delhi LG and police for Okhla encroachment plea

New Delhi, February 23 (IANS): The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued a notice to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor (LG), Delhi Police, among others, on a plea alleging encroachment and illegal construction in the nation’s capital’s Okhla Industrial Zone . A panel of Judges Manmohan and Navin …

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J&K Police arrest 2 terrorist associates in Baramulla

Srinagar, Feb 23 (IANS): Jammu and Kashmir police and security forces have arrested two terrorist associates linked to the banned terrorist group LeT (TRF) in Baramulla, officials said on Wednesday. Police said they received specific information from reliable sources that an unknown terrorist group from Khachadari Zehanpora is using …

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Police file complaint against FB page “Mangalore Muslims” for provocative messages

The Facebook page reportedly had posts defending the murder of Bajrang Dal leader Harsha, 28, who was stabbed to death on Sunday. The administrators of a Facebook page called “Mangalore Muslims” have been arrested by police in Mangaluru, Karnataka, for inciting hatred and violence in the context of the death …

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Uphaar: Delhi police receive misinformation notice over Ansal’s passport renewal

New Delhi, February 21 (IANS): A Delhi court on Monday issued a show cause notice to Delhi police following a plea by the Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy (AVUT) saying they had received ‘conflicting details’ in a request for RTI regarding the renewal of the passport of Sushil Ansal, …

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Police book ‘Mangalore Muslims’ accounts FB for spreading hate message

The Mangaluru Cyber, Economic and Narcotics Crimes Police on Monday recorded a suo motu case under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code and Computer Act against those who operate the “Mangalore Muslims” Facebook page for inciting communal hatred and violence in the context of the murder of Shreeharsha in …

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Mangaluru: Do not post inflammatory content on social media, police commissioner warns

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru, February 21: Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar on Monday February 21 called on citizens to cooperate with the police to maintain peace following violent incidents in Shivamogga following the killing of a Bajrang Dal activist. The police commissioner particularly insisted on …

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Police are holding a road march in the city as a preventive measure following tensions between Hijab Row

Police are holding a road march in the city as a preventive measure following tensions between Hijab Row Mangaluru: It was not a great start on a busy Monday morning on February 21 with motorists and commuters heading to work, institutions and other commitments, as a slew of the city’s …

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1 dead and 1 injured after police helicopter crash in California

Los Angeles, Feb. 20 (IANS): A pilot has died and another was injured after a police helicopter crashed Saturday night in the western US state of California, authorities said on Sunday. The helicopter crashed in the Newport Beach area of ​​Orange County around 6:30 p.m. local time (0230 GMT …

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FIR filed against Sameer Wankhede by Maha Police

Mumbai, Feb. 20 (IANS): Maharashtra Police have filed an FIR against Sameer Wakhende, the controversial former NCB Zone Manager (Mumbai) at Kopri Police Station in Thane District for obtaining a liquor license for his bar by allegedly providing fake information. The FIR against Sameer Wankhede was filed around 8 …

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Mangaluru: Man detained for attempted robbery dies in police custody, investigation ordered

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (DV) Mangaluru, February 18: A person who attempted to steal iron bars from a Smart City project site near Jyothi, Balmatta died hours after being arrested by police. The incident was reported here on Friday, February 18. The deceased was identified as Rajesh …

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Police use force against student protesters in Quetta

New Delhi, February 17 (IANS): Balochistan police beat up student protesters in Quetta who staged a protest for their rights to education, the Friday Times reported. Medical students in Quetta have been staging a protest for more than 75 days and started a hunger strike last week. Students …

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Hijab controversy: Students at Udupi government university continue to skip class

While many students removed their hijabs and attended classes, around 40 of them insisted on being allowed to wear hijabs inside classrooms on February 16. While many students removed their hijabs and attended classes, around 40 of them insisted on being allowed to wear hijabs inside classrooms on February 16. …

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Assam Youth BJP Calls on Police to File Case Against Telangana CM

Guwahati, Feb. 17 (IANS): The BJP’s youth wing has filed a police complaint demanding action against Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao for making comments on the surgical strikes against Pakistan, police said on Thursday. A Guwahati Police official said a complaint had been received from the Bhartiya Janata …

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Indian police seize whale vomit worth nearly $300,000 from traffickers

Police in the southern Indian city of Mangalore have arrested four traffickers and seized ambergris, or whale vomit, worth nearly $300,000. The men were arrested in the coastal city of Karnataka state as they attempted to sell the substance, which is banned by the government under the country’s Wildlife Protection …

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High vote does not indicate anti-government mandate: Goa CM

Panaji, Feb 16 (IANS): Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said on Wednesday that the high percentage of votes in his Sanquelim Assembly constituency, as well as the high overall percentage of votes in the state, should not be construed as a vote. against the government. He also said the …

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79 cops died during COVID-19 pandemic: Delhi police chief

New Delhi, February 16 (IANS): Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana informed on Wednesday that 79 police officers have so far lost their lives to the coronavirus. “Placing their lives by staying on the front lines during COVID, Delhi Police have lost their 79 police officers,” the commissioner said during …

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Hijab controversy: Six Udupi government PU university students skip class

They approached the Karnataka High Court to ask the college to allow them to wear the hijab in the classrooms. They approached the Karnataka High Court to ask the college to allow them to wear the hijab in the classrooms. The six female students from Government Pre University College for …

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Karnataka government withdraws circular on temple bells

BJP MPs raised the issue in the Legislative Assembly and said it has been a tradition to use bells and conches in temples and homes during pooja for thousands of years. BJP MPs raised the issue in the Legislative Assembly and said it has been a tradition to use bells …

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Get rid of all encroachments on government land – DC tells officials

Deputy Commissioner Avinash Rajendran Menon has ordered relevant officials to remove encroachments and proceed with setting boundaries on the land set aside for the proposed airport. He was chairing a meeting in Raichur on Tuesday. Dr Menon said land in Egunur and surrounding villages near Yermarus in Raichur taluk was …

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Urdu high school students near Udupi show up with hijab

Previously, they wore a scarf around their necks, but arrived on February 15 with a hijab covering their heads. Previously, they wore a scarf around their necks, but arrived on February 15 with a hijab covering their heads. Teachers at the Urdu Public Secondary School in a village of Kaup …

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The Brussels police block the “Freedom Convoy” demonstration

Brussels, February 15 (IANS): Belgian federal and local police forces blocked the Canadian-style motorcade “Freedom Convoy” which planned to block Brussels with a demonstration in the capital’s city center. “We spotted between 400 and 500 cars and motorhomes. About 30 vehicles were blocked, while the others evaporated into the …

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4 cops dead as Guj police vehicle encounters accident in Jaipur

Jaipur, Feb 15 (IANS): Five people, including four police officers, died when a Gujarat police vehicle carrying a defendant from Delhi to Gujarat encountered an accident in Bhabroo district of Jaipur, police officials said. The accident was so severe that the Gujarat Police SUV had to be cut off …

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Bangalore: Congress hits out at government for ‘discrimination’ in grant giving

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, February 15: The Congress Legislature Party (CLP), which met here on Monday, February 14, decided to wage an intensive fight against the attitude of the government which allegedly neglected the constituencies represented by Congress legislators. The meeting, chaired by Assembly Opposition …

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Mangaluru: Police chief clarifies viral hijab video about city college

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru February 14: A video has surfaced on social media with content reflecting issues on the Hijab line, claiming it was an incident at a private college in the city. Police Commissioner N Shashikumar, in a video message, denied the occurrence of …

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Udupi Government College high school girls take off hijab to go to class (For Mangaluru City Edition)

With restraining orders in place, high schools are reopening without any disruptions in the Twin Districts With restraining orders in place, high schools are reopening without any disruptions in the Twin Districts With restraining orders in place within 200 meters of high schools, classes resumed Monday in Dakshina Kannada and …

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legal jobs-Mangalore University Lawyer/Law Firm Recruitment

Mangalore University, a public university in Konaje, Mangaluru, Karnataka, India is inviting applications for incorporation of lawyers/law firms practicing lawyers/law firms registered with the Bar Council for be included in the panel of lawyers to represent the university before various courts, forums and tribunals, etc… Job name: Recruitment of lawyers/law …

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Dakshina Kannada Public School decides not to allow namaz on premises

The School Development and Monitoring Committee (SDMC) of a public upper primary school in Dakshina Kannada district, which met on February 12 to discuss an incident involving some students namaz in a classroom on February 11, decided not to allow such incidents to happen again. The meeting also decided that …

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More than 10 vehicles destroyed by fire at Delhi police warehouse

New Delhi, February 14 (IANS): A major fire broke out at a Delhi police warehouse on Sunday, destroying more than 10 vehicles stored there, an official said. According to a fire official, a call about the fire was received at 12:42 p.m., after which eight firefighters were dispatched to …

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Andhra police burn 2 lakh kg of cannabis worth Rs 500 cr

Visakhapatnam, Feb. 12 (IANS): In what is believed to be the biggest operation of its kind, Andhra Pradesh police destroyed more than two lakh kilograms of ganja (cannabis) worth Rs 500 crore on Saturday. The dried ganja was set on fire in a large-scale event organized by the Visakhapatnam …

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Royal Orchid Hotels posts increase in Q3FY22 consolidated PAT at Rs. 4.40 crores

Royal Orchid Hotels Limited has released its consolidated financial results for the period ended December 31, 2021. Financial Results (Q3 FY2022) – QoQ Comparison The company reported total revenue of Rs. 55.2038 crores during the period ended December 31, 2021 compared to Rs. 36.0929 crores during the period ended September …

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Man Who Was Considering Suicide Becomes Subject Of Mangalore University Text

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, February 12: Durgappa Angadi of Sasaravalli in Shikaripur taluk of Shivamogga district had once considered ending his life, having been overwhelmed by the burden of the loan weighing on him. However, he got inspired after watching the chain-integrated farming system and gave …

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Launch of the 2022 Police Commissioner’s Cup for Uniformed Forces

Launch of the 2022 Police Commissioner’s Cup for Uniformed Forces Mangaluru: The Police Commissioner Cup – 2022 for Uniformed Forces was launched at the Nehru Maidan here on February 12. Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar and SBI Deputy Director General Rajesh Gupta launched the Police Commissioner’s Cup – 2022 for …

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Kerala policeman arrested for assaulting doctor

Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 11 (IANS): A police officer attached to Adoor police station has been arrested for assaulting a doctor, police said on Friday. The incident happened at a private clinic in Noornadu in Alappuzha district when the arrested police official Ratheesh took his sick mother to the clinic on …

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Get NAAC Accredited ASAP, J&K Government Tells Colleges – Edexlive

The government of Jammu and Kashmir has requested all colleges in the Union Territory (UT) to be assessed and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) as soon as possible, shared officials on Friday, February 11. It was the Principal Secretary of the Department of Higher Education, Rohit …

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The Pakistani army uses the TLP to control the civilian government led by Imran Khan

By Sanjeev Sharma New Delhi, February 11 (IANS): The deal with outlawed extremist group Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) demonstrates that the Pakistani military is using the group to control the civilian government led by Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Now that it has the upper hand …

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CBI arrests SI traffic police for accepting bribe

New Delhi, February 10 (IANS): The CBI has arrested a Delhi Police Deputy Traffic Inspector (SI) for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 22,000 from a man. SI Jagmal Singh Deshwal, assigned to Mundka area, has been placed under arrest under the Prevention of Corruption Act, a …

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Westin Hotels and Resorts launch wellness-focused ‘Let’s Rise’ campaign featuring Kareena Kapoor Khan

Westin Hotels & Resorts, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s international portfolio of 30 hotel brands, announced the launch of the wellness-focused “Let’s Rise” campaign to inspire locals and travelers to take back control and improve their well-being when travelling. Using the unifying “We are All Risers” line, this campaign celebrates a …

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Moodbidri: Angry at derogatory comments on Gomateshwara, leaders approach police

Daijiworld Media Network – Moodbidri (SP) Moodbidri, February 10: Several Jain leaders in the city have filed a complaint seeking the filing of a criminal case against Congress leader Ayub Khan, at the police station here. The letter was delivered on Wednesday February 9 by angry people who criticized …

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ITC HOTELS Brand Welcomhotel Guntur is the first LEED Platinum certified hotel in Andhra Pradesh

ITC Hotels recently announced the opening of “Welcomhotel Guntur”, the first LEED Platinum certified hotel in Andhra Pradesh. The Honorable Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Shri YS Jagan Mohan Reddy inaugurated this flagship hotel, which is the latest of the wealthy hotel destinations in the state, in the presence of …

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The ITC Hotels app offers guests a single destination to access multiple services

New Delhi, February 9 (IANS): In line with the dynamic evolution of consumer preferences, ITC’s hospitality group has launched a one-of-a-kind application through which guests will be able to access several services such as room and restaurant reservations, food delivery and takeout, loyalty membership essentials, and more. . The …

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Police close modus operandi cards of 528 people

The police closed on Monday modus operandi cards (regarding cases related to robbery, property crime, chain robbery, etc.) of 528 people because they have not been involved in robbery and other property crime during the last five years and more. According to a police press release, no less than 37 …

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Ottawa ‘completely out of control’ after truckers outnumber police

New Delhi, February 7 (IANS): The mayor of Canada’s capital Ottawa has declared a state of emergency in response to more than a week of protests by truckers against Covid restrictions, the BBC has reported. Jim Watson said the city was “completely out of control” with protesters outnumbering police. He …

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No proposal to rename the existing Mangaluru Airport has been received from the Government of Karnataka: Center

Press release New Delhi, February 7: VK Singh, Minister of State in the Ministry of Civil Aviation, said no proposal to rename the existing Mangaluru International Airport had yet been received from the Karnataka state government. The question was posed by MP Dr Subramanian Swamy in the Rajya Sabha on …

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Rotary club: A renovated government school in Belthangady Taluk | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: The former student, a lawyer and members of the Rotary Club have pooled funds to give Dakshina Kannada Zilla Panchayat Muguli Upper Government Primary School, Belthangady taluk a facelift. The 60-year-old school was in a dilapidated state. The school which has 52 children admitted, is located in a remote …

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Konaje police arrest three in sandalwood theft case

Konaje police arrest three in sandalwood theft case Mangaluru: Konaje police succeeded on February 6 in arresting three people in connection with the sandalwood theft case. Those arrested were identified as Majid alias Nawaz from KC Nagar, Shariff alias Duniya Sharif from Bantwal and Laxman Shetty from Varkadi. According to …

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Government PU University Kundapur Allows Students Wearing Hijab To Protest Inside Campus

Management wanted to reduce the scope of any untoward incidents off campus due to the protest Government Pre University College in Kundapur, Udupi district allowed students dressed in hijab inside its campus on February 7 and allowed them to protest in a hall of the college building. A senior Udupi …

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Mangaluru: Police raid illegal LPG unit, accused Francis flees

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS) Mangaluru, February 7: Ullal Police raided the home of a certain Francis in Chembugudde of Permannur in the taluk on specific reports that the accused was transferring liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from domestic gas cylinders to commercial cylinders via artificial regulators without any …

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Pune police file FIR against 8 Shiv Sena leaders

Pune, Feb 6 (IANS): Eight Shiv Sena leaders were arrested by Pune police on Sunday for allegedly assaulting BJP leader Kirit Somaiya. The FIR was filed at Shivaji Nagar Police Station under Sections 143, 147, 149, 341, 336, 337, 323, 504, 37(1) and 135 of the IPC. The IANS has …

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Government-led panel to appoint CGSB chair after eight months

Eight months after its headhunter failed to find a suitable candidate for the top job at the CGSB, the government will deploy a sparingly used committee approach to find a new chairman and chief executive of India’s top producer of oil and gas. Most board-level appointments to public sector companies …

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Karnataka government orders uniform dress code in all schools and colleges

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (DV) Bangalore, February 5: The state education department has issued an order that within the boundaries of the pre-university education department of Karnataka, students must wear uniforms as stipulated by the college development board or the supervising committee of college administration. The state government on …

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Karnataka government won’t call for nominations, panel will select winners of Rajyotsava awards: minister

A committee will be set up four months before the planned date of announcement of the winners, and it will be responsible for finding winners Taking inspiration from the central government with regards to the Padma awards, the Karnataka government will also select winners from different walks of life for …

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Fahad Shah wanted in 3 cases for glorifying terrorism: J&K Police

Srinagar, Feb 5 (IANS): Jammu and Kashmir police said on Saturday that Fahad Shah, editor of online news magazine ‘The Kashmir Walla’ who was arrested the day before, was wanted in three cases for glorifying terrorism and spreading false news. “Fahad Shah is wanted in three cases for glorifying …

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127 tigers died in 2021, government reveals

New Delhi, February 4 (IANS): There were 127 tiger deaths, with a maximum (42) of them in Madhya Pradesh, in 2021 compared to 106 deaths in 2020, Parliament announced on Thursday. “Of the 127, Madhya Pradesh alone had 42 deaths, the highest, followed by Maharashtra at 27. Apart from …

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Puttur: Police investigating alleged unlawful detention of girl

Daijiworld Media Network – Puttur (SP) Puttur, February 4: It is learned that after getting information that a Hindu girl was being illegally detained in a house belonging to a Muslim family at Piligoodu in the village of Kaniyoor within the confines of Uppinangady police station, police station personnel …

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Mangaluru: Police intercept vehicle, seize 160 kg of beef, arrest four

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, February 3: The police, acting on reliable information, found 160 kg of beef illegally transported from Kasargod to Ullal. Police learned that a cow had been bought from Mohammed in Bandyodu in Kasargod taluk. He was slaughtered there himself and the beef …

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Family say Agra man was beaten to death but police say he suffered a heart attack

Agra, Feb. 3 (IANS): In another case of alleged death in custody, a 36-year-old motorist was allegedly beaten to death by police in Agra. Police Superintendent Vikas Kumar said: “A police team was regularly patrolling Sanjay market, when they found some men playing. One of them, Bhagwan Das Rathore, …

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mangalore university: Mu Misses Result Deadline | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: Mangalore University has again missed the deadline to announce the results of the second semester special examination. As assured, the results should have been announced at the end of January.PL Dharma, the registrar of the university, had assured on January 6 that the results of the special examination for …

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Maha BJP MLA Nitesh Rane to surrender to police

Mumbai, February 2 (IANS): In a major fall, Bharatiya Janata Party MP Nitesh Rane, son of MSME Union Minister Narayan Rane, will surrender to Maharashtra police, his lawyers said on Wednesday. Barrister Satish Maneshinde said Nitesh Rane’s bail application in the Bombay High Court was withdrawn with a statement …

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Government approves continuation of NSF assistance scheme with expenditure of Rs 1575 crore

New Delhi, February 2 (IANS): Reinforcing its support for sports in India, the Union Government has approved the continuation of the National Sports Federations (NSF) Aid Scheme with an expenditure of Rs 1575 crore for the XV Round of the Finance Commission – 2021-22 at 2025-26. The DSF Assistance …

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“Zero-sum budget”, Rahul Gandhi denounces the Modi government

New Delhi, February 1 (IANS): After the presentation of the Union Budget, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that it was a zero-sum budget of the Union government. Rahul Gandhi tweeted: “Zer0 Sum budget of M0di government!” In his tweet, Rahul Gandhi deliberately put the number ‘zero’ instead of …

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The Indian Hotels Company reports consolidated PAT of Rs. 76.01 crores in Q3FY22

The Indian Hotels Company Limited has released its consolidated financial results for the period ended December 31, 2021. Financial Results (Q3 FY2022) – QoQ Comparison The company reported total revenue of Rs. 1133.92 crores during the period ended December 31, 2021 compared to Rs. 752.28 crores during the period ended …

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Ports Adani, Tech Mahindra, Indian Hotels, Sona BLW, Kansai Nerolac, VIP, Goodyear

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to present federal budget to parliament at 11 a.m. The Singapore-traded SGX Nifty, an early indicator of the performance of India’s Nifty 50 index, rose nearly 1% to 17,517.50 at 6:20 a.m. Asian stocks rose on Tuesday, helped by the fallout from the tech rally in …

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Karnataka police deliver youth who ran his car over street dog

Bangalore, Jan 31 (IANS): Karnataka Police have booked a 23-year-old for deliberately driving his luxury Audi car into a street dog who was sleeping on the side of the road, police said on Monday. The case was brought under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960, Section 11 and …

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Udupi: Police destroy 71 defective silencers, manufacturers under scanner

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JD) Udupi, January 31: No less than 71 faulty mufflers were destroyed by Udupi Police on Monday, January 31. During a special campaign conducted by the Manipal Police Station from January 1 to January 25, a total of 71 vehicle mufflers that violated the Motor …

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Taj GVK Hotels and Resorts reports consolidated PAT of Rs. 11.90 crores in Q3FY22

Taj GVK Hotels & Resorts Limited has released consolidated financial results for the period ended December 31, 2021. Financial Results (Q3 FY2022) – QoQ Comparison The company reported total revenue of Rs. 82.04 crores during the period ended December 31, 2021 compared to Rs. 56.03 crores during the period ended …

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Bangalore: unity government following the teachings of Gandhi, says Bommai

From our special correspondentDaijiworld Media Network – Bangalore Bangalore, January 30: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday paid tribute to the father of the nation, Mahatama Gandhi, by adorning his statue in front of Vidhana Soudha and also offered floral tributes to a portrait of Gandhi kept in front of …

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384 FIRs in February 2020 riots on hold, Delhi Police tell HC

New Delhi, Jan. 28 (IANS): The Delhi Police informed the Delhi High Court that a total of 758 FIRs have been registered in connection with the violence in North East Delhi and the investigation of 384 FIRs is still ongoing. A total of 695 cases are being investigated by the …

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Delhi police arrest three Gogi gang members

New Delhi, Jan. 28 (IANS): The Delhi Police Special Cell has arrested three criminals belonging to the notorious Gogi gang, an official said on Friday. The defendants were identified as Amit alias Commander, 32, a resident of Narela, Sunny, 30, a resident of Shahpur Jat, and Amit, 21, from …

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Caste certificates and government benefits elude Odisha’s neglected Kela tribe

By Rakhi Ghosh Puri/Bhubaneshwar, January 28 (IANS/101Reporters): “Amara jati pramana nathibaru ame sarakari sahayataru banchita heuchu (We are deprived of government rights because we don’t have caste certificates),” Meena Das (34) told a gathering of academics, researchers and of journalists in the capital of Odishas, ​​Bhubaneswar, at the end …

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Cop Chases, Nabs Phone Snatcher in Mangaluru, Awarded Rs 10K by Police Commissioner

Honoring his bravery and devotion to duty, Mangaluru Police awarded an Assistant Sub-Inspector Varun Alva with Rs 10,000 after he chased and caught a thief on Wednesday. According to a report by The Indian Express, police have revealed that thief Harish Poojary snatched Prem Narayan Yogi’s mobile phone as he …

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Japanese police arrest man after 11-hour hostage situation near Tokyo

Tokyo, Jan. 28 (IANS): Japanese police arrested a gunman early Friday morning after an 11-hour standoff in which he allegedly assaulted three medical professionals who came to his home near Tokyo. The 50-70-year-old man armed with what was described as a shotgun, shot one of the medical workers in the …

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Mangaluru: Police Commissioner N Shashikumar inaugurates renovated Don Bosco Hall

Photos: Spoorthi UllalDaijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) January 27 Mangaluru: City Police Commissioner N Shashikumar inaugurated the renovated Don Bosco Hall here on Thursday, January 27. The blessing of the renovated hall was carried out by the Bishop of the Diocese of Mangalore, Dr. Peter Paul Saldanha. …

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