Tourists' favourite elephant 'Ranga' killed by tusker in camp

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October 24, 2020

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Shivamogga, Oct 24: A 35 year-old elephant ‘Ranga’ which has been favorite for tourists at Sakrebyle elephant camp here was killed by a wild tusker on Saturday.

Forest officials said that 'Ranga' was tied in the camp when a tusker attacked him and killed on the spot.

Officials visited the spot and a postmortem was done.

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November 18,2020

Bengaluru, Nov 18: The Central Crime Branch (CCB) of the Karnataka Police on Wednesday arrested a 25-year-old hacker for breaking into government websites.

"CCB has arrested Srikrishna alias Shreeki, aged 25 years, adept at computer programming and had done his Bachelors in Computer Science. He hacked many websites, online gaming portals, and made illegal gains. He also tried to hack into government websites," said Kamal Pant, Commissioner of Police, during a press conference.

The accused was 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 Pant, the accused lived in the Netherlands from 2014 to 2017.

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November 23,2020

Bengaluru, Nov 23: Dr K Narayan of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was declared elected unanimously to the Rajya Sabha from Karnataka Legislative Assembly on Monday.

Vidhana Soudha, the State Secretariat, Secretary Vishalakshi, declared Dr Narayan, a businessman with the BJP and RSS background, as elected unanimously since there were no other candidates in the fray and today was the last date for withdrawal of the nomination.

Narayan is also Editor of "Tuluvere Kedige" Tulu magazine.

The seat fell vacant following the death of Ashok Gasti recently.

Opposition Congress and JDS did not contest as they don't have sufficient numbers of members to defeat the ruling party candidate.

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Media Release
November 18,2020

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An art exhibition ‘Art Showcase – More than scribbles’ was held by CFAL & ELC in association with Mandala Art Cafe as part of their children’s day activities. The exhibition featured more than 100 art pieces like painting, science models, sculptures made majorly by the students and alumni of the institution.  Mr. Santhosh D. Andrade, renowned Contemporary Artist was the judge for the event. 

Students put up their artistic acumen on display. The event by CFAL/ELC was an attempt to promote creativity among students, as they have been indoors since a very long time due to the COVID 19 pandemic. The student artists were able to create dramatic images, telling a story that was uniquely their own. The budding artists had explored a wide range of media, from crayons and papier-mâché, to performance art and collage. Many works reflected their personal experiences being stuck at home, separated from friends and attending school online in the age of self-isolation. Some images are made as thank-you to doctors and healthcare workers, or to express how much the artists miss going to school. As children’s’ day coincided with Diwali this year, the premises was lit with diyas and lights. The sparkling diyas, colourful torans and glittering rangolis added charm and radiance to the premises. Keeping with the festivities, the little ones came dressed in ethnic wear.

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