Bengaluru has surpassed the highest-ever value of 38.9 degree Celsius that was recorded on May 22, 1931.
The fight was linked to the puncturing of the tires of the motorcycle of one of the Kerala students, the local police said. Some rumors had suggested that the assault was over the consumption of beef by some of the students.
The trio were in hiding since August 2015 when they disappeared after illegally withdrawing Rs 1.5 crore from an account.
This is hardly an isolated incident and no one is surprised at the Karnataka Congress’s most insensitive handling of this latest racist attack; and nor does BJP have any better record in that department.
The first to make its Twitter debut was the notorious traffic snarl at Silk Board Junction, saying it will provide “timely and detailed traffic updates from India’s largest parking lot”.
There was no security guard at the firm and the entire incident has been recorded on the CCTV cameras at the firm, police said.
All three were found guilty of kidnap, rape and criminal intimidation by the principal district session court judge Shivashankar B Amarannavar.
The complainant told police that his colleague’s husband was opposed to her working under him, and also objected to her receiving work calls at home.
The deceased woman was identified as Suchi Pandey, a resident of Banashankari first stage and native of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
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The apartment has been linked to Kapil Mohan, a 1990-batch IAS officer working in Karnataka. Mohan, however, has denied ownership of the property.
The crocodile pond did not exactly attract the attention of authorities but it aroused the curiosity of hundreds of people passing by.
The police have registered a case against the private car owner Arjun Raju, the bus drive Ashwaq Ahmed and the airport taxi driver Honnesh.
The traffic police said that most of the vehicles were booked for overloading, not having attendees in the vehicles and for not having proper permits.