1,012 cases of traffic violation, over Rs 9 lakh fine in one day in Bidar

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September 10,2019

Bidar, Sept 10: Bidar Police on Monday conducted a drive and registered 1,012 cases under various offences of Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act 2019.

Total challan of Rs 9,72,700 was imposed on violators.

"Apart from it 25 notices were issued to violators who have to appear before the court and face the trial," said T Sreedhara SP, Bidar.

The new Motor Vehicles Act has enhanced the penalties for driving errors. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways had notified the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Amendment Act 2019 last month and it was implemented in many states of India from September 1.

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Melkar Women's College students shine in II PUC results 2020

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July 14,2020

Mangaluru, July 14: Melkar  Women's PU college has achieved excellent pass percentage in II PUC examinations, the results of which were announced today.

As many as 140 students of the college had appeared for second PU board exam 2020 this year. The college secured 95% results in the current academic year.

Among them 24 students passed with distinction and 94 with with first class marks.

Fathima Nisha (558 in Arts),

Zaithunnisa (561 in commerce) and Zainaba ifrath (545 in science) are the toppers of respective sections in the college.

From Left to Right Zainaba Ifrath (science 545), Zaithunnisa (commerce 561), Fathimath Nisha (arts 558).

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Cauvery water, Kodagu mud collected for Ram Mandir

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July 24,2020

Madikeri, Jul 24: Water from river Cauvery, which is deemed as holy, and mud from Kodagu, the birth district of river Cauvery was collected and will be sent to Ayodhya for use during groundbreaking (Bhoomi Pooja) ceremony for the construction of Ram Mandir on August 5.

Workers of Bajrang Dal, Vishwa Hindu Parishat and Hindu Jagarana Vedike collected the soil and water from River Cauvery at Talacauvery Kshetra, the birthplace of river Cauvery.

Special pooja was offered at Talacauvery, praying for the timely completion of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.

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