Election squad officials search BSY’s chopper

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April 16, 2019

Shivamogga, Apr 16: A mobile squad of the Election Commission, which is keeping close watch on violation of election code, today searched the Helicopter in which the State BJP President B S Yeddyurappa was to fly to Raichur this afternoon for election campaign.

According to official sources, the squad reached the Helipad minutes before Yeddyurappa was to take off and searched the baggage kept in the chopper. As nothing was found during the search the Chopper was allowed to take off.

The entire search operation done by the officials was videographed, the sources said.

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November 26,2020

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Mangaluru, Nov 26: On account of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the cadre of Girls Islamic Organisation, Mangaluru Unit, staged an awareness program near Clock Tower, Hampankatta, on the 25th of November, under the theme "ART RAGE - Where Art meets Revolution." 

The program was inaugurated by Police Inspector Revathi, Mrs. Shobhana, who served as a Lecturer in School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya, Sister Umaira Banu, the State President of GIO Karnataka and Mrs. Sameena Afshan, the President of JIH Women's Wing, Mangaluru. 

The program began with sloganeering and continued with a flash mob. In between there were poetry recitals in 3 different languages under the same theme. 

Mrs. Shobana addressed the issues of patriarchy in Indian Families and how women need to break free and rise above all atrocities and evil. The concluding address was given by our State President, Sister Umaira Banu, who spoke about the increase in domestic violence during the pandemic and also encouraged women to come forward and raise their voices against the heinous evil acts that have been taking place in the society. 

Mafazah Sharafuddein, a student of Journalism, beautifully portrayed a live art of a woman breaking free from shackles and reaching towards a ray of hope. The crowd dispersed after a group song titled "Bekhauff". Around 60 people witnessed this event and it was also telecasted live.

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December 5,2020

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Bengaluru, Dec 5: More than a hundred history-sheeters were detained in the wake of a Karnataka bandh called by pro-Kannada organisations on Saturday, according to the DCP (West), Bengaluru.

The bandh was called by pro-Kannada organisations, led by Vatal Nagraj group, against the state government's decision to form a Maratha Development Authority and allot it Rs 50 crore.

Meanwhile, people seemed cautious to step outside with metro stations wearing deserted looks in Bengaluru.

Yesterday, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa had appealed to the groups not to call the bandh as it caused inconveniences to others.

"I promise to take all sections of society together," Yediyurappa said.

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November 25,2020

Chikkamagaluru, Nov 25: Five youths were drowned in a tank near the district here on Wednesday.

Police said the deceased has been identified as Ragavendra and Banuprakash from vasthare village, the other three brothers Deepak, Deleep and Sudeep from Hanchavalli village.

Police and fire forces pressed into the service to fish out the bodies from tank using boat.

The deceased were attending a marriage function and went for swimming in the tank.

Alathur police visited the spot and a case has been registered in this connection.

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