D.J. Halli violence is an terror act – rioters to pay for damage to property

Tuesday, August 18th, 2020
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Bengaluru : The State government has decided to go hard on rioters in D.J. Halli where three persons were killed in police firing last week. The police have now defined the violence as a terror act and invoked the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, while the State government has decided to make the culprits […]

Police says anti-national elements planned to violence in city on Ayodya Bhoomi Pooja day

Monday, August 3rd, 2020
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Mangaluru: City’s Commissioner of Police Vikash Kumar Vikash has ordered imposition of Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure within the police commissionerate limits from 8 pm on August 4 to 6 am on August 6. In the order imposing the curfew, the commissioner states due to reports of some planned violence on the […]

Russian air strikes in Syria kill 23 civilians amid surge in violence

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

Beirut : Russian airstrikes killed at least 23 civilians on Tuesday in northwestern Syria, as renewed violence tightened the noose around the country’s last major rebel-held bastion and deepened an already dire humanitarian crisis. Retaliatory rocket attacks blamed on rebels and jihadists killed three more civilians in the nearby government-held city of Aleppo, state news […]

Will verify if innocent people are arrested, says home minister

Friday, September 16th, 2016

Parameshwara Bangaluru: Home Minister G Parameshwara said that the two DCPs, whose jurisdictions witnessed the most violence during the Cauvery riots on Monday, were transferred by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah due to their lapses. The transferred officers are Ajay Hilori and T R Suresh in West and North divisions respectively. “The chief minister had received the report […]

Those defying law will be dealt with firmly, warns Siddaramaiah

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Bengaluru: An uneasy calm prevailed in Bengaluru on Tuesday, with parts of the city still under curfew and heavy security cover. No major incidents of violence were reported and Metro rail services continued to be suspended. The Cabinet decided to abide by the Supreme Court direction and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said those defying law will […]

‘Violence not a solution to solve row: Khader

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Mangaluru: Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister U T Khader said violence cannot be a solution to solve the Cauvery issue. He told the reporters that the state government is only following the Supreme Court’s order. Khader said references are being made that Cauvery river water was not released to Tamil Nadu from the state when […]

Curfew, separatist shutdown enters 15th day in Kashmir

Saturday, July 23rd, 2016

Srinagar: Life remained paralysed in the Kashmir Valley as curfew, restrictions and separatists called shutdown continued for the 15th day on Saturday. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is scheduled to begin his two-day trip to Kashmir on Saturday, marking his second visit this month to the conflict-ridden region. He first visited on July 2 after […]

SP asks the government to strengthen police force in D.K

Thursday, October 15th, 2015
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Mangaluru : Dakshina Kannada Superintendent of Police (SP) S.D. Sharanappa on Wednesday made a fervent appeal before the Legislative Committee on Women and Child Development to prevail upon the government to strengthen the police force in the district. The shortage of personnel has severely affected investigation in to and prosecution of criminal cases, including those […]

BJP demands CBI probe into Kishtwar communal violence

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir unit of BJP yesterday demanded a CBI probe into the alleged role of former state minister Sajjad Ahmed Kitchloo in the communal clashes at Kishtwar.“The role of the local MLA, Sajjad Ahmad Kitchloo (former minister of state (MoS) for Home into the communal violence be probed by an independent agency that […]

Amanda Seyfried not afraid of nudity, but violence in ‘Lovelace’

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
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Los Angeles  : Actress Amanda Seyfried says she was not afraid of nudity in “Lovelace”, but the violence and beatings in the biopic scared her. “Lovelace” is a biopic on porn star Linda Lovelace. “It was a risky role to play, I suppose, but the nudity didn’t scare me. I was more afraid of some […]