University College Mangaluru is in the path of development: D Vedavyasa Kamath

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February 13, 2021

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Mangaluru, Feb 13: “The University College Mangaluru is now on the path of development. I am committed for the development of this historic institution at least in the State Government level,” assured Mangalore South MLA D Vedavyasa Kamath.

He spoke after inaugurating classrooms built under the RUSA / UGC  project and laying foundation stone for the construction new rooms here at the college on Saturday. “It is a pleasure to have the College Development Council for the College. During my tenure, I have given a total of Rs 13 crore to two colleges of Mangalore University. University College will be considered on priority,” he added.

Mangalore University Vice Chancellor Prof. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya said, “University College is in the heart of the city, is a symbol of pride for us. Mangalore University will be a supporting force for the college always,” and added that a meeting in the month-end will discuss the development of the Evening College, which is a part of the institution. There are further prospects for the Public Private Partnership model of development.

Zilla Panchayat President Meenakshi Shanthigodu inaugurated the classrooms. Mangalore University Project Monitoring and Evaluation Board Director Prof. K.S Jayappa inaugurated the mathematics laboratory. Mangalore University Syndicate members Ravindranath Rai, Ravichandra, Ramesh, Executive Engineer Umesh Bhat Y, MCC Corporator Bhaskarachandra Shetty, UGC Project Coordinator Subrahmanya Bhat S were present among others. 

Principal Dr A Harisha welcomed the guests. Economics PG Coordinator Dr. Jayavantha Nayak mastered the ceremony and RUSA project coordinator Dr. Shobha thanked the participants. The program was followed by College Development Council (CDC) meeting, which was presided by MLA D Vedavyasa Kamath.

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February 16,2021

Udupi, Feb 15: Police late on Sunday arrested six persons, including the prime accused, who murdered a person for objecting to his illicit relationship with a married woman in Karnaka's Udupi district.

Police named the person as Gauthan, the prime accused, who worked at Malpe fisheries harbour.

The others include Manoj Bhandary, 30; Dhanush, 27; Chethan Kumar, 24; Tilak Raj, 36; all from Malpe and Siddharth, 23 from Kadike.

The incident was reported around 8.15pm and police had secured Gautham, 27, and the other accused within hours of the incident.

The victim is Naveen Naik, 43, resident of Hosuru near Brahmavar.
Gautham, police said, had an illicit relationship with a woman, who was neighbour of Naveen.

Gautham often visited the woman at her house in Hosuru and Naveen Naik objected to it.

Taking umbrage at this, Gautham had threatened Naveen not to interfere in his personal affairs.

Police said the woman, a mother of one child, was not in good terms with her husband and was not legally separated too.

Gautham despite this stoked the relationship and this irked Naveen Naik.

On Sunday night, when Naveen’s son Nithin had gone out to attend a programme at a friend’s house with his mother and younger brother Mahesh, Gautham with other five persons went to Naveen's house and attacked him with lethal weapons.

Naveen, who received injuries to his head, collapsed on the spot and died. 

Police arrested Gautham and five others within three hours after the incident was reported in Brahmavar police station.

Police who have charged the accused persons under sections 447 and 302 of the IPC, have seized an SUV that the accused used in this crime, N Vishnuvardhan, superintendent of police said.

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February 24,2021

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Mangaluru, Feb 24: The Cyber Crime police officials have arrested four persons in connection with several cases of ATM skimming in the city on Wednesday.

Police identified the detained individuals as Gladwin Jinto Joy alias Juntu (37) of Thrissur in Kerala, Dinesh Singh Rawat (44) of Delhi, Rahul TS (24) of Alappuzha in Kerala and Abdul Mazeed (27) of Kasargod district in Kerala.

Police have also seized skimming device, two cars, fake ATM cards, five mobile phones and two Apple watches from the accused. The value of the seized goods has been estimated at Rs 25 lakhs.

It may be recalled here that as many as 22 ATM skimming cases have been reported from the city in the recent past.

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February 20,2021

Bengaluru, Feb 20: Police have nabbed two people and seized Rs one crore worth stolen articles and cash from them in the city.

Police said that the arrested were identified as Najim Sharif and Mohammed Shafiullah. While Jazim was in a Real Estate business, Shariff was doing Granite business. Both had incurred loss in their respective business and wanted money to clear their debt.

Taking advantage of their friend being admitted to hospital for treatment, both of them hatched a plan and robbed his house and escaped with the booty in the vehicles of their friend's car and two wheeler.

Police had a hard time since they were forced to watch CCTV installed in the apartment, on the portico of the building, car parking and on the main street. However, their hard work paid off in the end when they found that after committing crime the duo sprinkled chilly powder to mislead the police and come to the hospital and attend to the patient as they were very concerned about his health.

Najim Shariff was in possession of Rs 32.64 lakh in Indian currency, Rs 5,79,946 in foreign currencies of various countries, One Car, two mobile phones, 45 gram gold, Rs 6,40,000 cash in Indian currency.

Pulikeshi Nagar Police have registered a case and are investigating.

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