Saffron activists thrash Muslim youth after Hindu girls go to temple in his rickshaw

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March 21, 2018

Bantwal, Mar 21: A group of miscreants, said to be the activists of saffron outfits allegedly thrashed two youths from Muslim community after a group girls hired their auto rickshaw for temple visit at Karinja in Bantwal taluk of Dakshina Kannada.

The incident took place on Monday evening, when auto drivers Irfan and Nazim took five girls including two Hindus, for a stroll at the Karinja Temple.

Police said the girls were attending tuitions every day in Madanthyar and auto driver Irfan used to ferry them to and fro. However, on Monday, he went along with girls to the temple premises along with one of his driver friends.

After reaching temple premises, they were clicking selfies and immoral policing wing of the saffron groups noticed it. They questioned and thrashed them. Then they took the victims including girls to Punjalakatte police station.

Police said they have booked Indian Penal Code 109 case against saffron chauvinists as victims did not come forward to lodge a complaint.

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Ganesh
 - 
Wednesday, 21 Mar 2018

Stop Saffron Terrorism. Police should do to curb this

Unknown
 - 
Wednesday, 21 Mar 2018

All this fake. Muslim favouring news will highlighted always in main stream  media

Rakesh Shetty
 - 
Wednesday, 21 Mar 2018

out of five 2 are hindu girls who are rest of the girls? muslims i dont think so, it shoud be christians. and how can 7 people go in a rickshaw. and why 7 people went to temple when only 2 are hindus. there is something fishy. this is nothing buy Love Jihad.

Rakesh Shetty
 - 
Wednesday, 21 Mar 2018

Wrong news, the actual news is  Hindu and Christain Girls saved from Love Jihad by Saffron Outfits. 

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February 23,2024

Mangaluru: Coastal security police and Navy intelligence have launched a joint investigation into alleged video purportedly showing a Chinese vessel in the vicinity of the Indian Exclusive Economic Zone, raising concerns over a possible breach.

Early inquiries suggest the video was captured by the captain of a fishing boat departing from Honnavar, which lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea.

The alleged sighting occurred in international waters about 200 nautical miles off the coast of Honnavar.

According to reports, the authorities have identified the vessel as registered in China’s Fuzhou Port. Inspector Victor Naiman of the Coastal Police Force stationed at Kumta is spearheading the investigation. 

With the suspicion of potential espionage, the Indian navy has remained vigilant while the coast guard maintained heightened readiness. 

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February 10,2024

Bengaluru, Feb 9: A minor Dalit girl was allegedly murdered by a youth belonging to an upper caste as an act of vengeance in the Anugondanahalli police station limits in Bengaluru Rural district on Friday.

The ninth standard girl was missing for three days and her body was found by shepherd boys on the outskirts of the village on Thursday. According to the police, the parents of the girl have stated that one Nithin, an upper caste boy from the village, had teased her 20 days ago.

The girl had informed her parents about the incident. Though they came forward to lodge a police complaint, the elders of the village intervened and had them compromise.

Three days after the compromise, the girl went missing. The parents have alleged that not able to reconcile to the fact that the girl raised her voice over the eve teasing, Nithin had killed her.

Nithin had attempted to slit his throat after the murder came to light. The Anugondanahalli police have taken up the case for investigation.

Bengaluru Rural SP Mallikarjun Baladandin stated on Friday that the accused youth is not in a position to speak. He has been hospitalised and is under police surveillance. “Once he recovers we will be able to verify the allegations against him and ascertain the exact cause of the murder.”

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February 22,2024

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Mangaluru, Feb 22: The Railway Board has recently announced an extension of the Thiruvananthapuram-Kasaragod Vande Bharat Express via Alappuzha to Mangaluru. 

The commencement date for the new services has not been disclosed yet, but it is mentioned that the train will start operating on the new route at an appropriate time. 

The extension of the service is a welcome move for passengers traveling between these destinations. 

According to a release issued by the Railway Board on Wednesday, “Vande Bharat Train No. 20632/20631 will now operate between Thiruvananthapuram and Mangalore Central.”

The new railway timetable outlines the schedule for the extended route. The Vande Bharat Express will depart from Mangalore Central at 6:15 am and reach Thiruvananthapuram at 3:05 pm. In the return journey, it will depart from Thiruvananthapuram at 4:05 pm and arrive at Mangalore Central at 12:40 am. The train will operate six days a week, excluding Wednesdays.

The timings have been adjusted in such a way that the service will start 45 minutes earlier from Mangalore without changing the present timing.

The train will leave from Mangalore at 6.15 AM, Kasaragod – 06:57 AM, Kannur- 07:55 AM, Kozhikode – 08:57 AM, Tirur – 09:22 AM, Shornur- 09:58 AM, Thrissur -10:38 AM, Ernakulam- 11:45 AM, Alappuzha- 12:38 PM, Kollam- 13:40 PM, Thiruvananthapuram- 15:05 PM.

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