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Alert KSRTC conductor helps catch thieves
Alert KSRTC conductor helps catch thieves

An alert conductor of the corporation, Ashok Jadhav, managed to catch two thieves who had booked tickets on an Airavat Club Class bus and were observing the movements of other passengers after boarding the bus

Injured tiger dies at Pilikula Nisargadhama
Injured tiger dies at Pilikula Nisargadhama

A two and a half year old tiger which was injured in a clash between tigers at the Pilikula Biological Park, has died. With this  the total number of tigers at the Park has reduced to 11.

Thieves tie up woman; decamp with valuables worth lakhs of rupees
Thieves tie up woman; decamp with valuables worth lakhs of rupees

Thieves who  barged into a house  at Naravi in Belthangady taluk on November 12 evening  have decamped with jewellery worth lakhs of rupees after tying down the woman  who was living alone in that house.

Fire mishap in fishing net godown at old port
Fire mishap in fishing net godown at old port

A fire mishap in a fishing net godown at the old port a Bunder on  Saturday night has resulted in loss of fishing net worth several lakhs  of rupees.

Malpe: Fisherman slips to death in sea
Malpe: Fisherman slips to death in sea

A fisherman lost his life after he accidentally slipped and fell into the sea at Malpe port on November 14, Monday morning.

Continue efforts to get UNESCO recognition for Yakshagana: M. Prabhakar Joshi
Continue efforts to get UNESCO recognition for Yakshagana: M. Prabhakar Joshi

Scholar and author M. Prabhakar Joshi said here on Sunday that efforts to get the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) recognition for Yakshagana should continue.

25 ’fierce’ Hinduwadis will contest 2023 Assembly polls in Karnataka: Muthalik
25 ’fierce’ Hinduwadis will contest 2023 Assembly polls in Karnataka: Muthalik

Right wing outfit Sri Ram Sene chief Pramod Muthalik on Sunday said 25 fierce Hinduwadis including him will contest the 2023 Assembly polls in Karnataka, as independent candidates, aimed at protecting Hindus.

Nitte Walkathon 2022 organized by Nitte Day Care Clinic
Nitte Walkathon 2022 organized by Nitte Day Care Clinic

On occasion of world diabetes day, ’Walkathon 2022’ was organized by Nitte Day Care Clinic on 13 th November 2022 at 7.30 am.

Puttur: Rider killed in bike-scooter collision
Puttur: Rider killed in bike-scooter collision

A 22-year-old youth died in a motorbike and scooter collision on the Maani-Mysuru national highway bypass here on Sunday.

Puttur: One more arrested in Praveen Nettaru murder case
Puttur: One more arrested in Praveen Nettaru murder case

Sleuths of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) have nabbed another suspect in connection with the murder of BJP youth leader Praveen Nettaru.

Karnataka second in Jan Aushadhi Kendra numbers: Minister
Karnataka second in Jan Aushadhi Kendra numbers: Minister

Karnataka has the second highest number of Jan Aushadhi Kendras in the country and there are plans to open many more, Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar said.

Statue of Dr. Ferdinand Kittel unveiled in Mangaluru
Statue of Dr. Ferdinand Kittel unveiled in Mangaluru

On the occasion of its 175th anniversary, Karnataka Theological College, Balmatta unveiled a statue of Rev Ferdinand Kittel in the campus on Saturday.

Low pressure in Bay of Bengal- Yellow alert for Udupi, DK
Low pressure in Bay of Bengal- Yellow alert for Udupi, DK

Moderate rains are expected for the next 2 days in various districts of the state, including Bengaluru, as a drop in air pressure developed over the Bay of Bengal.

Kundapur: Duo arrested for cattle smuggling
Kundapur: Duo arrested for cattle smuggling

Police have arreted two persons  in a case pertaining to cattle trafficking. The  police intercepted a pick-up vehicle near the Arate bus stand on NH 66 on November 11, Friday and  and found that cattle was being smuggled in the vehicle in an inhuman manner.

’Kantara’ movie has portrayed scheduled castes in poor light, alleges Samatha Sainika Dala
’Kantara’ movie has portrayed scheduled castes in poor light, alleges Samatha Sainika Dala

Samatha Sainika Dala has alleged that the  Kantara super hit film has portrayed scheduled caste people who are involved in Daivaradhane in poor light in some scenes.