Railway Police seized liquer worth Rs 1 lakh

Friday, December 8th, 2017

Udupi:  The Railway Police squad has seized several bottles of liquor which were being transported unauthorisedly in the Matsyagandha Express. The liquor was seized during a special operation conducted on Wednesday at the Bhatkal Railway Station. The liquor bottles were found in a gunny bag in the general compartment. It is not known as to […]

17-year-old ‘assaults’ stationmaster

Friday, July 10th, 2015
Surathkal Railway station

Surathkal : A 17-year-old boy reportedly assaulted the stationmaster of Surathkal Railway Station after the latter questioned him for entering the station without a platform ticket. The Surathkal Police said the boy, Charan had been traced and arrested. He has been booked for assault of a government official and also obstructing official discharge of duty. […]

RPF seizes unguarded 1296 Indian liquor bottles coming from Margaon by Train

Monday, December 23rd, 2013

Bhatkal: About 1300 bottles each of 200 ml filled with  Indian-mad forging liquor, such as Brandy or beer were seized by Railway Protection Force when the TTC in a Reserved compartment informed them of the load at Honnavar, on Saturday Dec. 21, when the train Matsyagandha Express had run from Margaon to Mangalore, on way. […]

2 passengers robbed of gold, cash worth Rs 4.5 lakhs in Matsyagandha Express

Monday, December 31st, 2012
Matsyagandha Express

Mangalore :Two friends who were travelling in a Mumbai Mangalore Matsyagandha express were robbed of their valuables worth Rs 4.5 lakhs by some strangers who offered them biscuits mixed with some intoxicants. Though the  incident took place on December 27 it was reported only on December 30, Sunday as the two victims were hospitalized for […]

KRRS and Nandikur JJ Samithi Volunteers stop train over Coal transport methods

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

Mangalore: The Matsyagandha Express of Konkan Railway was held up for 15minutes on way, from Mangalore Port to Udupi (Yellur), for carrying coal deposits meant for Udupi Power Corporation on June 1, Wednesday, by protesters who alleged that the Railway authorities were not following the guidelines of pollution centrol board in regard to fly-ash contaminating […]