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“Naturopathy Hospital on land sanctioned for garden,” Nagarika Seva Trust complains; DC orders probe

“Naturopathy Hospital on land sanctioned for garden,” Nagarika Seva Trust complains; DC orders probe

The Nagarika Seva Trust of Guruvayanakere has alleged that “Dharmasthala D Veerendra Heggade who had applied to the Revenue Department for land for a social cause – ‘to construct a sanctuary and a garden for pilgrims to enjoy after a visit to the Dharmasthala Temple,’ ultimately used the land for the construction of a naturopathy hospital and retired officers rest house by making amendments,” The Trust which has made this explosive revelation has also released evidences to support the claims.

Case of missing of married woman and youth arouses curiosity

Case of missing of married woman and youth arouses curiosity

The case of missing of a mother of two children and a neighbouring youth the same day about one and a half months ago, has aroused much curiosity. Meanwhile, the parents of the woman have lodged a complaint with the SP expressing fears that that their daughter’s life might be in danger from the youth.

Govt to order fresh probe into Kollur golden chariot fund misuse case

Govt to order fresh probe into Kollur golden chariot fund misuse case

The case of alleged financial irregularities during the making of the golden chariot of the Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple, has been revived. The chariot was dedicated to the Goddess ten years ago.
A person named Parameshwar Adiga had complained against AB Patil and R Madhava,

Minor abduction, rape case : Cops in a quandary as victim sheds tears for lover

Minor abduction, rape case : Cops in a quandary as victim sheds tears for lover

Vittal police who have arrested a youth on the charges of raping a minor girl in the sleeper coach of a bus while taking her to Bangalore, are likely to be in a quandary with the victim in all possibility come to the rescue of her boy friend.It is learnt, she is shedding tears for her lover who is now behind bars.

Tracing of ancient idols of Daiva at Navoor arouses curiosity

Tracing of ancient idols of Daiva at Navoor arouses curiosity

Several people from Navoor and surrounding villages are rushing towards Kadavina Bagilukatte in Navoor village since July 28, Monday after several ancient idols of Nalkaittaya Daiva and other pooja materials were found in the area.

GP chief stalls illegal construction on side drain

GP chief stalls illegal construction on side drain

The Vittal Panchayat President has suspended an illegal construction over a side drain by a local shopkeeper near the private bus stand in the town.

Woman trying to sell her 14 day old baby taken into custody

Woman trying to sell her 14 day old baby taken into custody

An incident in which a woman was loitering around in the town with her 14 day old child in her arms, with an intention of selling off her child was reported on July 26, Saturday. The woman was later handed over to the police by the public.

Family sits on dharna to save its property

Family sits on dharna to save its property

A family at Peruvaje in Puttur sat on a hunger strike on July 25, Friday demanding action against a neighbouring family which was trying to grab its land and was also coming in the way of having drinking water facility and approach road. The family withdrew its agitation after the Tahsildar assured of a survey and appropriate action.

Suratkal traffic police station struggles with lean staff strength

Suratkal traffic police station struggles with lean staff strength

The Suratkal traffic police station which was inaugurated just one and a half months ago, has only eight policemen on duty who are virtually struggling to discharge their duties efficiently in their jurisdiction which covers four police station limits.

College principal accused of caning students for taking part in protest against sexual crimes MANGALORE: It has been gathered that the Principal of the Balmatta Government Women’s College had not only barred some students who participated in a protest against rising sexual crimes against women, from entering classes but has also caned two of them. On July 24, Thursday, the SFI had organised a protest in front of the DC office in Mangalore as elsewhere in the state. Students of the Government Women’s PU College at Balmatta too had participated in the protest in good numbers. However when they returned to college after the protest the Principal PC Joseph reportedly asked them to bring their parents and even caned two of them. The students, as usual had attended college on July 25, Friday when they were prevented from entering classes. The students were however let in when media men rushed to the institution on gathering the news. On enquiry, the principal said “Action was taken as they participated in the protest without permission, They had abstained from class to take part in protest.” Meanwhile, the DFI has urged Education Minister Kimmane Ratnaker to suspend the principal over the incident.

College principal accused of caning students  for taking part in protest against sexual crimes MANGALORE: It has been gathered that the  Principal of the Balmatta Government Women’s College had not only barred some students who participated in a protest against rising sexual crimes against women,  from entering classes but has also  caned two of them. On July 24, Thursday, the SFI had organised a  protest in front of the DC office in Mangalore as elsewhere in the state. Students of the Government Women’s PU College at Balmatta too had participated in the protest in good numbers. However when they returned to college after the protest the Principal PC Joseph reportedly asked them to bring their parents and even caned two of them. The students, as usual  had attended college on July 25, Friday when  they were prevented from entering classes. The students were however let in when media men rushed to the institution on gathering the news. On enquiry, the principal said “Action was taken as they participated in the protest without permission, They had abstained from class to take part in protest.”  Meanwhile, the DFI has urged Education Minister Kimmane Ratnaker to suspend the principal over the incident.

It has been gathered that the Principal of the Balmatta Government Women’s College had not only barred some students who participated in a protest against rising sexual crimes against women, from entering classes but has also caned two of them.

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