Vehicle pile up on NH, driver killed in accident

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

Mangaluru: One person was killed on the spot in a head-on collision between a gas tanker and a container lorry near Kollahalli on Bengaluru-Mangaluru national highway. Abdul Rehman (28) from Tamil Nadu, the driver of the gas tanker, was killed in the mishap. While the gas tanker was bound for Hassan, the container lorry was […]

Discrimination in seat allocation under RTE alleged

Friday, March 16th, 2018

Mangaluru: Members of ‘Nammuru Nekkiladi’ staged a demonstration in front of the Puttur Block Education Office on Thursday to protest against the alleged discrimination in seat allocation under Right to Education Act (RTE). The protesters said that the ward and the village-wise limit should be scrapped and the taluk-wise seat allocation should be considered instead. […]

Chain snatcher trashed and handed over to police

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
Chain Snatcher

Ullala: A person who snatched a gold chain from an woman was caught and trashed and handed over to police was near Koragajjana katte in Kuthar in Ullala police limit on Monday night August 10. Accused is a resident of Kinya and identified as Abdul Rehman. As reported, Shobha Shetty, was walking on the road […]

UPSC order upset by CAT replacing Shanker Bidari, by AR Infant

Saturday, March 17th, 2012

Bangalore: The Central Administrative Tribunal(CAT) on Friday cancelled a state Government order appointing Shankar M. Bidari as DGP-IGP of the state, and installed Abdul Rehman Infant as pro tem IGP on his seniority. Bidari promised to fight out his case in High Court soon, by appeal. Bidari’s documents relating to his stint in Anti-Veerappan Team […]

Abdul Rehman Haji 55 arrested in Dubai is wanted in India by NIA

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

Kasaragod: Abdul Rehman, a Haj traveller, hiding in Dubai as Haji from Hosdurga Kolavayal in Kasaragod district was arrested by Dubai Police as the top accused and mastermind on fake notes found in circulation in Kasaragod and adjoining areas of Karnataka on west Coast. This man is regarded as chief operator of an illegal cartel […]

“Alive Bagilu Boat” tragedy: identification proves difficult, hinges on DNA

Monday, September 19th, 2011
“Alive Bagilu Boat” tragedy: identification proves difficult, hinges on DNA

Mangalore: In the “Alive Bagilu Boat” case, where 6 fishermen went missing near the Estuary last weak when their machanised boat hit a sunken ship, three bodies have been recovered at sea in Kasaragod and local coast. The identification process has been made difficult, as finger-printing and diagnosis was needed on the 3 dead bodies. […]