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Bangaldeshis held for running prostitution racket 22.6.2017 deccanherald.com
The city police cracked a prostitution racket by arresting four Bangladeshi nationals. All the four were on the run after killing one of their associates over a trivial row in July 2016 in Nelamangala. The suspects, Obimulla (26), Moin Khan (26), Rakimulla (33) and Mohammed Kislu (35), hail from Parambishnupura, Narail district, in Bangladesh. They had obtained Aadhaar cards, voter IDs and PAN cards through a local contact identified as Janardhana Reddy from RT Nagar. Additional Commissioner of Police (East) Hemant Nimbalkar said they would find out what documents the suspects used to apply for the cards. Reddy will also be booked, he said. The suspects, who crossed the border illegally along with others, had stayed in Kolkata for some time before shifting their base to Bengaluru a few years ago. They took a house on rent in Nelamangala to run the prostitution racket. The suspects had strangled one of their associates—identified as Imrul Choudhary—to death and since then, they were on the ...
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HC stays notices issued to 8 BBMP joint commissioners 22.6.2017 deccanherald.com
The High Court of Karnataka on Thursday granted stay on the notices issued by the Bangalore Metropolitan Task Force (BMTF) to eight joint commissioners of BBMP. BMTF had issued notices asking the joint commissioners to appear before them for an enquiry into a complaint registered against them with regard to irregularities in awarding garbage contracts. The petitioners — joint commissioners T H Vishwanath, south zone; P R Palangappa, west zone; S Nagaraju, Yelahanka zone; V N Veerabhadra Swamy, Bommanahalli; Thippeswamy M H, Rajarajeshwarinagar; R Venkatachalapathy, Dasarahalli; Vasanthi, Mahadevapura and K C Yatish Kumar, additional commissioner (east) — had moved the high court. They contended that based on a complaint registered by corporator N R Ramesh, BMTF had started investigations into the allegations without filing an FIR. Ramesh had alleged that there was a steep increase in the budget allocation and expenditure for waste collection and waste disposal by the BBMP. He said crores of ...
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Emergency response service to be extended to all districts in Karnataka 22.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The Karnataka government on Thursday decided to extend Namma 100, a re-christened and upgraded emergency response service Dial 100 of Bengaluru police, to all 30 districts in the state.
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Five Nigerians held in Bengaluru for peddling drugs 22.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Five Nigerians were arrested for peddling cocaine and crystal meth in the city, police said on Thursday.
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Five Nigerians held for drug peddling in Bengaluru 22.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Five Nigerians have been arrested for peddling cocaine and crystal meth in the city, police said on Thursday.
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Women: 'Women don't feel safe in Bengaluru' | Bengaluru News - Times of India 22.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Women: 'Women don't feel safe in Bengaluru' | Bengaluru News - Times of India
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Four Bangaladesh nationals arrested for murder, running prostitution racket 22.6.2017 Hindu: News
The Bengaluru city police have arrested four Bangaladesh nationals on charge of murder and running a prostitution racket. The four were on the run since July last year after they killed one of their ...
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Blood-stained footwear helps cops crack elderly woman’s murder 22.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Blood-stained footwear helps cops crack elderly woman’s murder
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Rs 70crore in Turkish currency seized from cop | Bengaluru News - Times of India 22.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Rs 70crore in Turkish currency seized from cop | Bengaluru News - Times of India
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Four held in Turkish currency racket in Bengaluru 22.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Four persons, including a police constable, were arrested here for allegedly trying to sell Turkish lira equivalent to Rs 71 crore to two businessmen for Rs 27 lakh, said a top police official on Wednesday.
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Dakshina Kannada Superintendent of Police among six officers transferred 21.6.2017 Hindu: National
The State government on Wednesday transferred the Superintendent of Police of Dakshina Kannada, Bhushan G. Borase in the midst of a raging controversy around district in-charge Minister B. Ramanath Ra...
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Lured by the demonetised lira 21.6.2017 Hindu: Home
Gang, which got help from a policeman, busted in Bengaluru with Turkish money
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BBMP chief, top cop and bureaucrat to pay kin of accident victim 21.6.2017 TOI: All Headlines
BBMP chief, top cop and bureaucrat to pay kin of accident victim
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Man to get Rs 1L for missing EPF account 20.6.2017 Deccan Herald - State
A Bengaluru-based companys employee, whose provident fund money went missing on his transfer to Delhi, has been awarded a compensation of Rs 1 lakh by the Delhi High Court for "trauma and mental agony" suffered by him. L D Joshi, who joined Bosch Ltd at Bengaluru in 1984, was transferred to Delhi in 1988. In February, 2008, when he applied for transfer of his employee provident fund account to Delhi, it was not done despite several reminders and personal visits to the Bengaluru office. His EPF account was not transferred to Delhi till September 2011. As he quit the job in 1989, there was no contribution to the account thereafter. In 2014, his Delhi account, which vanished, was traced and money was transferred to his account. In a writ petition, Joshi contended that he suffered a lot of mental agony and had incurred heavy expenditure on running from pillar to post to have his grievances redressed. He sought directions to the Central Provident Fund Commissioner and others to pay the interest on Rs 3,45,106 ...
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Traffic cop stops President's convoy to let ambulance pass, wins hearts, reward 20.6.2017 New Kerala: Karnataka
Traffic cop stops President's convoy to let ambulance pass, wins hearts, reward
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Wealthier parts of Bengaluru register more crime, analysis shows 20.6.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Nearly 34% more crime was reported during the day, including more rapes and crimes against children
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‘Ensure kharif crops are insured under Fasal Bima Yojana’ 20.6.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
Additional Deputy Commissioner B.C. Satish has said that officials have to work hard and initiate effective measures to ensure that kharif crops were insured under the Prime Minister Fasal Bima Yojana...
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BBMP plans to turn waste-pickers into entrepreneurs 20.6.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Empowering them to manage the city’s 182 DWCCs
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State govt may reimburse GST on movie tickets to help Kannada film industry 19.6.2017 Deccan Herald - State
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Monday stated that the government planned to reimburse taxes collected on cinema tickets to help the Kannada film industry after the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) on July 1. After tabling the Karnataka Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, 2017, in the Legislative Council, Siddaramaiah said the GST Council had decided to tax 18% on tickets costing Rs 100 and 28% on tickets costing over Rs 100. At present, the Kannada film industry is exempted from entertainment tax. The move will push up cinema ticket prices. Despite tax-free benefits, the Kannada film industry has been struggling. Therefore, the government was thinking of reimbursing taxes on tickets. Jayamala Ramachandra (Cong) pointed out that the decision to tax films at 18% would hit small-time producers and those making award-winning films. Reacting to her concerns, Siddaramaiah expressed his government's commitment to the welfare of the Kannada film industry. Cutting across party lines, Council members ...
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RTO conducts drive against 'fancy' number plates 19.6.2017 deccanherald.com
Officials of the Regional Transport Office (RTO) conducted a special drive against the violation of rules related to vehicle number plates. Led by Joint Commissioner of Transport J Gnanedra Kumar, officials inspected over 500 vehicles and booked 190 people for decorating name plates with various designations. "Our drive was to make sure people followed the Motor Vehicle Rules when fixing name plates for their cars. We removed the addition of emblems to the name plates as many associations are misusing a permission granted only to government officials," he said. The joint commissioner clarified that such emblems and designations should not be added to the name plates but put separately on the bonnet. Emblems of Hopcoms, Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation, many associations as well as organisations related to state and central governments were removed. Interestingly, the car with the name of Health and Family Welfare Minister Ramesh Kumar was stopped during the special drive for flouting the ban ...
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