Police officers threatening to book false cases, sad development : Meera Saxsena

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017
Human Right

Mangaluru : The police have to conduct themselves in such a way during investigation that freedom of speech of a person under inquiry is not curtailed, said Acting Chairperson of the Karnataka State Human Rights Commission Meera Saxsena here on Monday. Inaugurating a one-day training workshop on “Human rights, gender equality and human trafficking”, Ms. […]

Bhaskar Shetty case will be transferred to CBI, if didn’t get justice from CID: Geetha Bhaskar Shetty

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
Bhashkar Shetty

Kaup: “Businessman Bhaskar Shetty case is progressing in a right path under CID. We hope that CID is investigating the case without any pressure from anyone. If we didn’t get justice from CID then, the case will be transferred to CBI by pressurising Sushma Swaraj,” said International Human Rights Commission Woman President Geetha Bhaskar Shetty. […]

Police arrests mother for torturing five-year-old; stepfather absconding

Monday, April 21st, 2014
belthangady stepfather

Beltangady : Police on April 20, Sunday arrested a woman and remanded to judicial custody for torturing her five-year-old daughter. Reportedly, Muhammed Shafi and his wife, Fauzia have been accused of torturing and beating to their daughter, Fahima with a cudgel and inflicting bruises and wounds on her knees, hands, face, nose and ears. After […]

Justice V Bhaskar Rao appointed as Karnataka Lokayukta

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
Justice V Bhaskar Rao

Bangalore : Karnataka government today appointed former Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court Justice (retd) Y Bhaskar Rao as the Lokayukta, a post lying vacant since September 2011. Rao succeeds Justice (Retd) Shivaraj Patil who resigned from the post of Lokayukta in September 2011 following an allegation that he illegally possessed a government site despite […]

State Human Rights Commission settles 974 out of 1643 cases registered in DK

Friday, July 20th, 2012
Sr Nayak

Mangalore: State Human Rights Commission Chairman Justice SR Nayak who is scheduled to retire on July 25, has said that during his five year term 36,000 cases were registered in the Commission, out of which, more than 6,500 complaints were registered by the Commission voluntarily based on media reports. He said a total of 24000 […]

Deceased student’s parents to receive Rs. 2 lakh compensation – KHRC

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012
SR Nayak

Mangalore : The Karnataka Human Rights Commission (KHRC) has directed the Government of Karnataka to pay Rs. 2 lakh as compensation to the parents of a school girl who died in an accident at a government school in Puttur 3 years back. Deepika had died when a cupboard fell on her at Golithottu Government School […]

Police harassing innocent people are inefficient officers: SR Nayak

Saturday, September 24th, 2011
Police harassing

Mangalore : The atrocity posed to people through moral policing must be stopped in the state, hence the police department must work to bring these fanatic outfits in the district, said Honourable Nadoja SR Nayak, chairman of State Human Rights Commission. He was speaking at the grievance meet held at DC Court on September 24, […]

SKDCA inaugurates 5th Mangalore International Open Fide Rated Chess Tournament

Saturday, July 16th, 2011
SKDCA Chess Tournament

Mangalore: South Kanara District Chess Association is conducting Indian Overseas Bank 5th Mangalore International Open Fide Rated Chess Tournament was inaugurated at Radhakrishna Temple Hall, GT Road, Mangalore from July 16, Saturday. Delivering the introductory speech on the occasion, M S Gururaj, president of South Kanara District Chess Association said that the association which is […]

‘Outstanding Manager Award 2010’ conferred on M Veerappa Moily

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010
M Veerappa Moily

Mangalore: Honourable Union Minister for Law and Justice M Veerappa Moily said that there is need for good governance and constant improvement to achieve the Indian government’s goal which has been declared 2010-2020 as the ‘Decade of Innovation’. He was speaking after receiving the ‘Outstanding Manager Award 2010’ conferred by the Mangalore Management Association (MMA) […]

Implement Indian constitution for a model country: SR Nayak

Monday, November 22nd, 2010
'60 years of Indian Constitution

Mangalore : Former Union Minister and Nanjangud MLA V Srinivas Prasad said that the central government has failed to implement the respected constitution prepared for the independent and democratic country over six decades ago. Speaking at the seminar on ’60 years of Indian Constitution’ organized by Mahatma Gandhi Shanti Souharda Vedike, Bangalore as part of […]