Monday, Dec 22, 2014
Smuggling racket busted in Bangalore, Red Sanders worth Rs 36 crore seized

Smuggling racket busted in Bangalore, Red Sanders worth Rs 36 crore seized

Red Sanders wood is in huge demand in countries like China, Japan on account of its multi usage.

Transport authorities struggle to regulate app based taxis in Bangalore

Transport authorities struggle to regulate app based taxis in Bangalore

RTA has seized about 100 phones and sealed the offices of Uber and Taxi For Sure for failure to comply with 25 norms.

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Smuggling racket busted in Bangalore, Red Sanders worth Rs 36 crore seized
Smuggling racket busted in Bangalore, Red Sanders worth Rs 36 crore seized

Red Sanders wood is in huge demand in countries like China, Japan on account of its multi usage.

Transport authorities struggle to regulate app based taxis in Bangalore
Transport authorities struggle to regulate app based taxis in Bangalore

RTA has seized about 100 phones and sealed the offices of Uber and Taxi For Sure for failure to comply with 25 norms.

After one crore Manipal email fund transfer fraud, CID cautions banks
After one crore Manipal email fund transfer fraud, CID cautions banks

The CID police have also advised banks to make telephone enquiries with bank account holders before approving transactions.

Karnataka: Unregistered taxi services asked to stop operations
Karnataka: Unregistered taxi services asked to stop operations

“Taxi services who have not registered in the state will be considered illegal and will be stopped from operating,” said Rame Gowda.

Bengal medical seat aspirant cheated of Rs 27 lakh, consultant arrested
Bengal medical seat aspirant cheated of Rs 27 lakh, consultant arrested

The victim has complained that a educational consultant collected Rs 27 lakh to help her obtain a medical seat.

Tension in Mangalore after communal flare up over new road
Tension in Mangalore after communal flare up over new road

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Bangalore police tightens security measures after Delhi rape
Bangalore police tightens security measures after Delhi rape

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School enrollment dipping in Karnataka, reveals state data

“The figures from official sources say there is a 6.9 percent dip in enrollment,” said Veena Ramanna of India Governs .

Travel consultant booked for faking documents for US visas
Travel consultant booked for faking documents for US visas

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Thwarted by police in Bangalore, Kiss of Love looks to broad base itself
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Techie dies after jumping off under construction building
Techie dies after jumping off under construction building

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Six arrested for stalking women on Bangalore’s MG Road

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Bangalore Police deny permission for ‘Kiss of Love’

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Bangalore man fakes sex assault case against son’s school, arrested

Kharvi threatened to file a police complaint against the school management if they failed to pay him hush money.

Female teacher accused of assaulting child in Bangalore school
Female teacher accused of assaulting child in Bangalore school

When asked the child reportedly said she was beaten and physically assaulted by her teacher.

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Bangalore hotel manager booked for clicking pictures of girl with tattoo

The manager took pictures of her and claimed that he was interested in replicating a tattoo he had seen on her thigh.

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