Cong leader Sampath Raj goes missing after discharge from hospital

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October 31, 2020

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Bengaluru, Oct 31: Former mayor and Congress leader Sampath Raj went missing from Friday night after authorities at the hospital, where he was admitted for COVID-19 treatment in the city allegedly discharged him without informing the police, informed police officials on Saturday.

Sampath Raj is an accused in the case related to the recent mob violence in the city.

Sandeep Patil, Joint Commissioner, City Crime Branch (CCB) and Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Venugopal who is also Information Officer (IO) for the case had given written notice to the hospital on October 7 to provide them with information about Raj's discharge.

However, the hospital discharged Raj without giving any intimation. Today, the ACP visited the hospital and gave another notice to the hospital authorities, seeking details of the matter.

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November 24,2020

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Moodbidiri, Nov 24: Four youngsters - a female and three males - were drowned in a river in Tulemuger under Paladka gram panchayat limits near here on Tuesday evening.

The deceased have been identified as Nikhil Moodushedde (18), Harshita (20), Subhash (19) of Venur and Ravi (30), a resident of Bajpe.

The bodies of Harshita and another youth were fished out. Search is on for the two more bodies. 

The tragedy occurred when the four had ventured into the Shambhavi river for swimming. 

It is learnt that they had come to the house of Sridhar Acharya to attend the wedding ceremony.

Mangalore City Police Commissioner Vikas Kumar, ACP Belliyppa and Moodbidri Police Inspector Dinesh Kumar visited the spot.

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November 19,2020

 

New Delhi, Nov 18: Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Wednesday said that he held a discussion on Cabinet expansion in his home state with BJP president JP Nadda.

Yediyurappa met Nadda in New Delhi today.

Speaking to the media after the meeting, Karnataka Chief Minister said, "A discussion was held on Cabinet expansion which will be cleared by him (JP Nadda) in the next two to three days. We have also discussed various issues including the development of the state."

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November 27,2020

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Bengaluru, Nov 27: The Karnataka Cabinet on Friday approved boundaries for the newly-carved Vijayanagara district, out of the Bellary district.

During a press conference, Karnataka Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister JC Madhuswamy announced that Hospet will be the district headquarters.

"Six taluks including Hospet, Harappanahalli, Hoovinahadagali, Hagari Bommanahalli, Kotturu and Kudligi would be the part of Vijayanagar district. The remaining taluks will be part of Bellary district," he said.

The Karnataka Cabinet had on November 18 approved a long-standing demand of carving out the Vijayanagara district from the existing Bellary district. Vijayanagara will be the 31st district of Karnataka.

A Cabinet meeting had decided to bifurcate Ballari district and fulfil the demand of Forest and Environment Minister Anand Singh.

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