8 yrs after Vamanjoor Rohi’s murder, his son Pavan Raj hacked to death

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July 25, 2017

Mangaluru, Jul 25: Pavan Raj Shetty (23), son of murdered rowdy-sheeter Vamanjoor Rohi, was found murdered on Tuesday morning on the outskirts of the city.

According to sources, Pavan and a few miscreants were consuming ganja at a deserted house in Vamanjoor last night. It is believed that Pavan was attacked with lethal weapons by the miscreants during a fight between.

A resident of Kattipalke village near Vamanjoor, Shetty, had recently walked out of jail on bail. Pavan was also a rowdy-sheeter and involved in several criminal cases including theft, attempt to murder.

His father Vamanjoor Rohi alias Vamanjoor Rohidas Shetty was murdered by rival gang members on July 5 in 2009. More details are awaited.

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Viren Kotian
 - 
Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017

This not a loss for Hindus. Hinduism is the fastest growing religion in the world. But, NIA should take over the case to find out whether they received funds from middle east run Islamic mission in Kerala.

Mohammed Iqbal D
 - 
Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017

Innalillahi Wa Inna Ilaihi Rajiwun

May Allah give him eternal rest and may his soul rest in peace

My prayers and thoughts are with him and with those left behind

Mohammed Iqbal D
 - 
Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017

Innalillahi wa inna ilaihe Rajiwun

May Allah give him eternal rest and may his soul rest in peace

My prayers and thoughts are with him and those he left behind

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October 14,2021

Mangaluru, Oct 14: The police have arrested the Dakshina Kannada district manager of Karnataka Minority Development Corporation on charge of sexually harassing a female colleague.

The accused is M Farooq 47. A 19-year-old female staff, who was working with the accused, had lodged complaint against him with the Pandeshwar women’s police station.

The complainant claimed that the accused used to harass her and ask her to send her nude photos on WhatsApp. She also claimed that he molested her recently. Subsequently the girl quit the job and approached police. 

The accused is booked under IPC 354a, 364d and 506. 

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October 10,2021

An FIR has been launched against Dream11 for running its fantasy sports app despite Karnataka banning online gaming that involves stakes (money). 

Dream11 is a partner of the Board of Control for Cricket in India and sponsors the Indian Premier League currently underway in the UAE. 

Dream11 has been running its fantasy cricket app at a time when almost all top real money gaming operators like MPL, Paytm and My11Circle have stopped operations the moment the Karnataka Police Act 2021 came into effect on October 5. Apart from Dream11, the Jaipur-based popular fantasy app MyTeam11 is also available in Karnataka.

According to the FIR filed at the Annapoorneshwarinagar police station on Friday by one Manjunath, a resident of Nagarbhavi in Bengaluru, Bhavit Sheth and Harsh Jain, the founders and directors of Sporta Technologies Private Limited which promotes the Dream11 gaming app, have been booked as accused number one and two. The police have initiated action based on the complaint.

Dream11 did not comment on the FIR. It had been steadfastly refusing to answer questions on why it was running its fantasy app when all had stopped.

Industry sources told Outlook on Friday that Dream11 "has acquired explicit legal opinion from a reputed former Supreme Court judge to keep running its business in states that have outlawed online gaming involving stakes.

Dream11 has clearly split the real money gaming world. Platinum members, who belong to the Federation of Indian Fantasy Sports, are feeling betrayed that the 'solidarity' has been broken by the founders (Dream11) themselves.

"Internally at FIFS, we got the feeling it was all right to runs ours apps. Why stop it? But taking on the state by breaking the law would have been suicidal," said a senior management person of a top operator.

Interestingly, Dream11 app is accessible to some users in Telangana, Assam, Odisha and Arunachal Pradesh as well. These states have banned online games but have not initiated any action against Dream11.

Meanwhile, Dream11 has also left its subscribers in the lurch by not replying to messages on the fantasy app's status in Karnataka. Several tweets asking for clarification after the ban was imposed have gone unanswered.

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October 4,2021

Kasaragod, Oct 4: A youth went on stabbing spree following a brawl amid cockfight at Bambrana near Kumble in Kasaragod district last night. 

At least six persons suffered injuries in the unexpected knife attack. The condition of three among them is said to be critical. 

The injured have been identified as Kiran (29), Gururaj (23), Naveen (22), Dheeraj (21), Praveen (21), and Charan (23), all residents of nearby villages. Three of them have suffered critical injuries.

It is learnt that a brawl erupted at the spot of cockfight culminated in the violent attack.

A case has been registered at Kumble police station. Investigations are underway.

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