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Dobermann Pinscher ‘Bubbly’, 16 months old, joins the dog squad at Mangaluru Police Station

Dobermann Pinscher ‘Bubbly’, 16 months old, joins the dog squad at Mangaluru Police Station Mangaluru: If you go to the police commissioner’s office and wander around the back compound, chances are you’ll hear barking coming from the kennel, where trained police dogs are housed in comfortable and spacious rooms, with …

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Police stage road march in city following High Court verdict on Hijab Row

Police stage road march in city following High Court verdict on Hijab Row Mangaluru: Mangaluru City Police held a march on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 following the Karnataka High Court verdict on HIJAB ROW. With Route March crossing a bunch of major city roads, there was chaos due to traffic …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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“Use the right to vote prudently to elect a responsible government”

Election Commission of India has made registration easier by facilitating online registration and correction As the Election Commission celebrates National Voters Day across the country, Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada KV Rajendra said on Tuesday that voting is a constitutionally guaranteed right of every citizen that should be used with …

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Nearly 2,000 traffic violation notices go to Mangaluru Police as ‘recipient not found’

Mangaluru Traffic Police are working to track down rule breakers in nearly 2,000 cases in which mailed traffic challans have returned with an acknowledgment of receipt as ‘recipient not found’ in the last two month. The city’s traffic police are working to track down rule breakers in nearly 2,000 cases …

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Delhi police arrest illegal arms factory in Aligarh

New Delhi, Jan 22 (IANS): An illegal arms factory which produced about 1,000 weapons a year has been dismantled by Delhi police in Aligarh district, Uttar Pradesh, and a man has been apprehended in connection therewith, an official said on Saturday. . The apprehended accused, identified as Ravi Mahor, was …

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Bangalore: Preventing the Police from Carrying Out Their Duties – FIR v Nalin Overturned

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, January 11: The state high court has issued an order quashing a first information report (FIR) filed against Dakshina Kannada MP and BJP state chairman Nalin Kumar Kateel accusing him of preventing police to discharge his duties. This complaint had been registered by …

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‘All’s well That ends well’! Annual two-day police sports meet ends on a grand note

‘All’s well That ends well’! The two-day annual police sports meet ends on a grand note at the District Armed Reserve Police Ground here on January 7, 2022 Mangaluru: “All’s well That ends well!” – It’s true. Quoting Shakespeare’s words, “But with the word, the weather will bring summer, When …

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Bangladesh police arrest owner of burnt ferry

Dhaka, December 27 (IANS): The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) of Bangladesh’s elite anti-crime force on Monday arrested Hamjalal Sheikh, one of the owners of a ferry that caught fire on Friday. The ferry fire killed dozens of people. “We arrested the ferry owner for murder,” said RAB spokesman Commander Khandker …

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LG orders reorganization of Delhi police, 7 IPS agents transferred

New Delhi, December 8 (IANS): In a major reshuffle, seven officers from the Indian Police Service (IPS) of Delhi Police were transferred and given new responsibilities, an official order read here on Wednesday. By order of Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, seven police officers, between the ranks of Joint Commissioner of …

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‘Dial 112’, traffic police say as ex-cop reports high rate of parking tickets

New Delhi, December 6 (IANS): Former Delhi Police Co-Commissioner Suvashis Choudhary, who was allegedly charged Rs 300 for a parking ticket in South Delhi, raised the issue with Delhi traffic police on Monday, but did not got only a superficial response to his complaint – initially. The former cop had …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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“The police are the backbone of the district administration”

They have actively participated in the effective implementation of lockdown standards, said Deputy Commissioner Rajendra Welcoming the police’s continued support to the district administration in combating COVID-19 and other essential tasks, Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra said on Thursday that the district police force was remained the backbone of …

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The “Martyrs’ Day” observed by the Mangaluru police, the sacrifice of officers recalled

Photos: Spoorthi Ullal Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru, October 21: Mangaluru Town Police Station, Dakshina Kannada District Police and 7th Karnataka State Reserve Police Battalion celebrated “Martyrs Day” here at the Armed Reserve Police premises of the district on Thursday, October 21, to commemorate the sacrifices of the …

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Kundapur: stay in the village of various government officials, visits to Koraga settlements

Silvester D ‘Souza Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP) Kundapur, October 16: Various officials from the Departments of Women and Children Protection, Disability and Elderly Empowerment, Health and Family Welfare, Education, Food, Social Welfare , backward classes and the fisheries department under the leadership of tahsildar Kiran Gorayya received grievances …

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Haveri: two government vehicles impounded for non-payment of compensation

Daijiworld Media Network – Haveri (SP) Haveri, September 22: The vehicles of the district health officer and the government maternity doctor were impounded for delay in paying compensation to the family of a woman who died in childbirth due to medical negligence. Saroja from Kakol village in the taluk had …

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Special meeting of the Mangalore University Union on September 13

The Mangalore University Union, which is the university’s highest decision-making body, will hold a special meeting on Monday to discuss, among other things, the examination schedule for the final semester of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. cycle of the academic year 2020-21. After several postponements since this April this year, the …

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Kundapur: Ganesh Chaturthi celebrated according to government directives

Silvester D ‘Souza Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP) Kundapur, September 10: Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated in a simple way respecting the government’s Covid protocol here. Devotees have been indulging in the pooja of the divinity Vinayaka since morning. Devotees of the famous Anegudde Vinayaka temple who have arrived since …

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Mangalore University will organize an awareness program on NEP

As Mangalore University prepares to introduce the New Education Policy or the National Education Policy in the 2021-22 academic year, which will start in October, it will hold an awareness raising program on the new policy for all stakeholders. CN Higher Education Minister Ashwath Narayan will address the stakeholders. Vice …

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Kaup: Belapu will have the very first government polytechnic institute approved by AICTE

Daijiworld Media Network – Kaup (SP) Kaup, August 7: Preparations are underway for the very first AICTE-approved Kaup Taluk government polytechnic college to start operating in Devinagar, Belapu village, starting this school year. The college will offer two diploma courses that are new to the district. The higher education department …

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Mangalore University odd semester exams will resume on August 11

The odd-numbered semester examinations of Mangalore University’s undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the 2020-21 academic year will resume on August 11, according to the Registrar (Assessment) of PL Dharma University. The university postponed the exams, which had resumed on August 2, with effect from August 4, after Deputy Commissioner KV …

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Mangalore University postpones exams and offline classes

Mangalore University postpones exams and offline classes MU had first postponed the exams in March this year due to the KSRTC staff strike DHNS, Mangaluru, 04 August 2021, 00:29 updated: 04 Aug 2021, 03:41 ist Mangalore University (MU) on Tuesday for the second time postponed all exams scheduled from Wednesday. …

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University of Mangalore to introduce online exams

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Mangalore, P. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya, said on Wednesday that the university, despite the challenges, is preparing to introduce an online exam system if the COVID-19 situation warrants it. He told the Academic Council at its meeting that the university was forced to postpone its …

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Government orders investigation into construction of swimming pool and gym at Mysuru DC home

Government orders investigation into construction of swimming pool and gym at Mysuru DC home Mysore: It looks like Mysuru Deputy Commissioner Rohini Sindhuri is making headlines again, after an earlier issue where Mysuru City Corporation Commissioner Shilpa Nag resigned from the IAS on Thursday, alleging the Harassment of Mysuru DC …

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Mangalore police get two new stations

The minister responsible for the district, B. Ramanath Rai, inaugurated Tuesday the new police station of Mangalore Traffic (North). He also inaugurated the new building of the Kavoor police station. Mangalore (North) Traffic Police will deal with traffic and investigate reported accident cases on national roads, national roads and internal …

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