Udupi | Rowdy-sheeter hacked to death in broad daylight at Hiriyadka

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September 24, 2020

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Udupi, Sep 24: A youth was hacked to death by a gang of miscreants at Hiriyadka in Udupi district in broad daylight today.

The deceased has been identified Kishan Hegde (34), a resident of Inna village in Udupi. He was said to be a rowdy-sheeter.

The incident took place when Kishan and another person were travelling in a car. They were chased by a gang on Udupi-Karkala highway and intercepted at Hiriyadka.

The gang escaped on the road leading towards Karkala after killing Kishan and damaging his car.

If sources are to be believed, some of the miscreants involved in the crime hailed from Kodikere, Mangaluru.

A case has been registered at jurisdictional police station and investigations are going on. Police have intensified checking on some routes to nab the culprits.

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October 17,2020
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Bengaluru, Oct 17: With Bengaluru reporting 3,371 new Covid cases, the total number of infections in the city breached 3 lakh-mark on Saturday, while 14 persons succumbed to the virus, taking the tech city’s death toll to 3,500.

According to the state health bulletin, cumulatively 3,04,005 positive cases have been confirmed in Bengaluru which includes 3,500 deaths and 2,35,734 discharges till date.

The bulletin further added that Karnataka reported 7,184 fresh Covid cases and 71 fatalities, taking the total number of infections to 7,58,574 and the death toll to 10,427.

Out of these fresh cases, 3,371 were reported from Bengaluru Urban alone, the health department said in its bulletin.

The day also saw 8,893 patients getting discharged after recovery.

Cumulatively, 7,58,574 Covid positive cases have been confirmed across the state, which includes 10,427 deaths and 6,37,481 discharges.

Out of the 1,10,647 active cases, 1,09,707 patients are in isolation at designated hospitals and are stable, while 940 are in ICUs.

Of the 71 deaths reported on Saturday, 14 were from Bengaluru Urban, followed by Mysuru (10), Kolar (5), Dakshina Kannada, Tumakuru, and Uttara Kannada (4 each), while the rest were scattered in other districts.

Most of the deceased either had a history of severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) or influenza-like illness (ILI).

Among the districts from where new cases were reported, Bengaluru Urban accounted for 3,371, Mysuru 501, Belagavi 298, Tumakuru 281, Bengaluru Rural and Hassan 220 each, Udupi 210, followed by others.

Bengaluru Urban district topped the list of positive cases, with 3,04,005 infections, followed by Mysuru (44,638) and Ballari (35,531).

Among discharges too, Bengaluru Urban was on top with 2,35,734, followed by Mysuru (36,470) and Ballari (32,954).

A total of over 65,62,710 samples have been tested so far, out of which 1,01,016 were tested on Saturday alone.

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October 8,2020

Bengaluru, Oct 8: The National Investigation Agency sleuths on Thursday arrested two persons, having alleged links with the Islamic State (IS) organisation.

According to official sources, the arrested have been identified as Nasir Sattar (33) from a resident of Benaluru and Ahmed Abdul Khader (40) a resident of Ramanathapuram of Tamil Nadu.

Both the arrested were presented before the Magistrate by the enforcement agencies and got into their custody for interrogation.

The arrest was resulted following a tip-off provided by Abdul Rahman, who was also arrested by the NIA authorities recently, on the charge of involvement in anti-national activities.

Both the accused had allegedly hatched a conspiracy to carry-out terrorist activities in New Delhi, during anti CAA bill agitation, the sources added.

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October 7,2020

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Mangaluru, Oct 7: Commissioner of Ullal City Municipal Council Rayappa has issued public notification regarding guidelines to be compulsorily followed by the citizens for domestic waste disposal within Ullal municipality limits.

The guidelines are to be strictly followed by all households, owners of shops and establishments, commercial and residential buildings, hotels and restaurants, vegetable, fish and meat vendors and others.

As per Solid Waste Management Rules 2016, all citizens are to compulsorily segregate all solid waste generated in their respective places at source, separately into two categories, wet waste and dry waste, and hand over the same in separate buckets to the municipal waste collection vehicles.  The municipal council shall not accept if mixed waste is given in plastic bags in violation of these rules, and penalty of Rs. 500/- to Rs. 2500/- will be imposed.

As per order of National Green Tribunal and Supreme Court, offenders will be prosecuted in court under Section 224, 263 and 276 of The Karnataka Municipalities Act 1964. Hence house owners and owners of shops, commercial and residential properties are requested to cooperate by segregating waste at source and giving to municipality. Legal action will be taken if waste is found to be dumped in plastic bags along road side or near the Ullal beach. If case vehicle does not arrive, Ullal city municipal council may be informed by phone number 7204476548.

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