State Minister for Cooperation Lakshman Savadi’s son was attacked in a clash between students of SDM College at MG Road in Barke police station limits on Tuesday morning.
AG Pai, Executive Director of SEZ who was facing corruption charges, has been transferred back to the MRPL.
The Kushalnagar Crime Investigation Bureau sleuths have arrested Mohammad Asif alias Uliya Iqbal of Bantwal, who is the prime accused in the case of the broad daylight murder of notorious rowdy Santhu alias Candle Santhu at Badakabailu in Bantwal police station limits last February.
A police team led by the Mangalore ASP Amith Kumar Singh which simultaneously raided two massage parlours at Subhashnagar near Pandeshwar and Kotekani near Urva, have arrested 11 persons on charges of indulging in prostitution.
An incident wherein Madoor Isubu, an associate of notorious rowdy Rasheed Malbari was threatened in the very court premises by the wife of Mulki Rafique, has been reported.
The Cine Polis multiplex at the City Centre Mall in Mangalore has finally been given a go-ahead. According to reports, the erstwhile deputy commissioner Chennappa Gowda had at his own risk signed the license for the multiplex before relinquishing charge.
It has been learnt that a High Court judge Keshavanarayana has taken strong exception to the behavior of Mangalore advocate PP Hegde who not only produced forged documents on behalf of his client in the Mangalore Sessions Court, but also doubted the sincerity of Sessions Judge GD Narasimhamurthi, without any evidence.
If recent reports had mentioned about the presence of Bangladeshi sex workers in Mysore, Bangalore and other places of the state, a follow-up of the same has led to a shocking revelation that Bangla sex workers were commonly seen even in three lodges in Mangalore and several more in Manipal.
Renowned musician Hariharan who had come down to Mangalore to present a show as part of the National Youth Fest reportedly stepped on to the stage for the show only after he was paid the full amount promised to him.
Rasheed Malbari, the dreaded underworld don, at one point of time, had wanted to distance himself from the underworld. However, what brought him closer to the underworld was a phone call which he made to Chota Shakeel seeking help for the release of his brother Ismail, as suggested by the latter.