Udupi | 25-year-old married woman dies by suicide at parental home

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September 26, 2020

Udupi, Sep 26: A 25-year-old married woman has allegedly ended her life by hanging herself in her parental home at Nandalike in Karkala taluk of Udupi district.

The deceased has been identified as Akshata, daughter of Narayana Devadiga and Sharada couple. She resorted to the extreme step between 9 am and 11.30 am on Sept 25 when no one else was there at home.

In her compliant, the mother of the deceased has stated that even though Akshata got married to Surendra from Talalpadyi nearly two and a half years ago, she continued to live with her parents at Nandalike.

A case under section 174 of the Criminal Procedure Code stands registered at Karkala rural police station.

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October 18,2020

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Bengaluru, Oct 18: The Central Crime Branch (CCB) has told the Karnataka High Court that they have certain materials in support of registering an FIR against Aditya Alva, son of former minister late Jeevaraj Alva, in the drugs case. It has filed the statement of objections in response to Alva’s plea seeking to quash the FIR registered against him.

The CCB has stated that they have seized narcotic tablets and some quantity of ganja from Alva’s residence in Hebbal during the raid. Alva was also arranging parties and one of the persons circulating drugs which has come in the evidence of other accused, it said. The offences alleged against him are cognizable in nature, it said.

Justice Suraj Govindaraj, who heard the matter on Friday, adjourned the hearing to November 13.

In his petition, Alva challenged the FIR registered by the Cottonpet Police on September 4 under the provisions of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act and IPC. He claimed the complaint registered against him does not mention the commission of any cognizable offence said to have been committed by him.

Alva, who holds Masters Degree in International Diplomacy and International Law from the SOAS College, London, and a Bachelor’s degree in International Politics from the University of San Francisco, claimed that he was a realtor. He also stated that he hails from a respectable family of politicians who made significant contributions to the state.

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October 24,2020

Bantwal, Oct 24: Within a day after the cold-blooded murder of rowdy-sheeter Farooq in Bantwal taluk, the cops today managed to arrest one of the accused in the case after opening fire at him at Gundya. Two more accused managed to escape. 

The arrested has been identified as Khaleel, a native of Kalladka, who was residing at Nanadavar for past few years. He suffered injuries. Bantwal rural police sub-inspector Prasanna also reportedly suffered injuries during the arrest. Both were hospitalised.

Khaleel and his two accomplices are prime suspects in the murder case of Farooq, who was hacked to death yesterday at Melkar while he was riding a motorbike. 

Acting on a tip off, the police chased the accused from Bantwal in a vehicle. According to police, Khaleel suddenly attacked on the police with a dagger at Gundya in escape bid. Bantwal town station police sub-inspector Avinash, fired at the accused.

Police sub-inspectors Avinash and Prasanna managed to arrest Khaleel. However, his accomplices including Hafeez escaped. 

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October 24,2020

Bantwal, Oct 24: Within a day after the cold-blooded murder of rowdy-sheeter Farooq in Bantwal taluk, the cops today managed to arrest one of the accused in the case after opening fire at him at Gundya. Two more accused managed to escape. 

The arrested has been identified as Khaleel, a native of Kalladka, who was residing at Nanadavar for past few years. He suffered injuries. Bantwal rural police sub-inspector Prasanna also reportedly suffered injuries during the arrest. Both were hospitalised.

Khaleel and his two accomplices are prime suspects in the murder case of Farooq, who was hacked to death yesterday at Melkar while he was riding a motorbike. 

Acting on a tip off, the police chased the accused from Bantwal in a vehicle. According to police, Khaleel suddenly attacked on the police with a dagger at Gundya in escape bid. Bantwal town station police sub-inspector Avinash, fired at the accused.

Police sub-inspectors Avinash and Prasanna managed to arrest Khaleel. However, his accomplices including Hafeez escaped. 

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