Air India to introduce Mangaluru, Mysuru flight from Dec 10

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November 22, 2020

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Mysuru, Nov 22: Air India has decided to operate Mysuru-Mangaluru flight and the maiden service will be on December 10 from Mangaluru.

Confirming the flight services airport authorities here on Sunday said that the flight from Mangaluru will take off on December 10 at 12:40 pm and will reach Mysuru at 01:40 pm. and from Mysuru it will leave at 11:15 am and will land in Mangaluru at 12:15 pm.

It will be four day a week service on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

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January 16,2021

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Mangaluru, Jan 16: Educationist, social worker and philanthropist Yedapadavu Mohammad Beary today passed away at a private hospital in the city following brief illness. He was 65. 

He is survived by his wife, two daughters and a son. 

Mohammed Beary, after serving the Syndicate Bank for 22 years in various places, established Ideal English Medium School at Edapadavu. 

He was the president of the Federation of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi district English Medium Schools. He was also the president of the committee of families of victims of Mangaluru air crash.

He was deeply concerned about the education of Muslims in coastal Karnataka. He was also a harbinger of communal harmony and was respected by people of all communities.

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January 11,2021

Mangaluru, Jan 11: Amid fears of bird flu spread in neighbouring Kerala, seven crows were found dead at different places in Mangaluru on Monday.

Three crows were found on the road near Pacchanady dumping yard, two near Shaktinagar housing colony and two more near the Kuppepadavu school road, sources in the state health department said. Health officials have visited the spots and collected samples.

It may be recalled that six crows were found dead in Manjanady near here recently and samples collected from them had tested negative for bird flu.

Health Minister K. Sudhakar had stated a couple of days back that there were no cases of bird flu in Karnataka and all the samples tested so far have returned negative.

He had also directed the health officials in the border districts to be vigilant in the wake of an avian flu outbreak in other states, including Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.

Four districts in southern Karnataka bordering Kerala have been put on alert following the outbreak of bird flu (H5N8) in the neigbouring state.

"We have put four districts bordering Kerala -- Chamarajanagar, Dakshin Kannada, Kodagu and Mysuru -- on alert and taken steps to prevent bird flu spread from the adjacent state though no case of the disease has been reported in Karnataka so far," a state animal husbandry department official had told IANS on January 7.

The animal husbandry department has also set up kiosks at border check-posts to monitor vehicles from Kerala to ensure chicken and eggs are not allowed to enter the districts without certification.

The Union Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Fisheries and Dairies on Monday said that avian influenza has been confirmed in 10 states of the country till date. The 10 states are -- Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Maharashtra, Kerala, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

Avian influenza or bird flu is a contagious viral disease caused by influenza type A viruses, which affect poultry birds like chickens and turkeys.

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January 15,2021

Bengaluru, Jan 15: The Karnataka Police has seized Bitcoins worth Rs 9 crores from a 25-year-old hacker, Bengaluru Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Sandeep Patil informed on Friday.

The hacker, Srikrishna alias Shreeki, was arrested on November 18 for allegedly breaking into government websites, online gaming portals and websites.

"During the investigation, it has been found that hacker Srikrishna hacked three Bitcoin exchanges and 10 poker sites. Bitcoins worth Rs 9 crores have been seized in this matter," Patil said.

The hacker's handiwork includes four hacked websites and three malware exploited.

Srikrishna is known to hack online poker games to win money and Bitcoins online. He reportedly also confessed to hacking the e-procurement website of the Karnataka government in 2019.

As per Kamal Pant, Commissioner of Police, the accused lived in the Netherlands from 2014 to 2017.

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