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Newspaper publisher kills self

A 50-year-old man, who owned a Kannada fortnightly newspaper, was found dead on the railway tracks at the City Railway Station on Monday morning.

The deceased, D.H. Rajashekhar, a resident of Maruth

26/11: Mail bomb from city

Barely five days after Mohammed Ajmal Kasab was hanged at Yerawada jail, Pune for his role in 26/11, convicted of the massacre of hundreds of unsuspecting Mumbaikars, a threat email, claiming to aveng

Residents protest against garbage unit in Jayanagar

The BBMP is constructing a wet waste segregation unit on the Jayanagar Swimming Pool premises, despite a High Court order directing the palike to segregate waste in open government lands.

The swimmin

5 held, idols worth crores recovered

Five idols, believed to be made out of panchaloha and estimated to be worth a few crores in the international market, were recovered by the Shivajinagar police on Sunday. The police, however, are yet

3 rob home-alone woman

After a brief lull, house robbery has made a comeback. On Saturday night, a home-alone woman was robbed of jewellery worth Rs 1.5 lakh by three unidentified men, who had come to her house posing as st

B.Com student’s body found after 3 days

A 20-year-old commerce student from the city died under mysterious circumstances after falling from Shivagange Hills under Dobbspet Rural police limits.

The deceased has been identified as Vinay, a r

Realtor killed in broad daylight

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In another unpleasant reminder that the city is fast turning lawless, a real estate businessman was hacked to death in broad daylight in front of Brigade Software Park near Banashankari BDA complex on

KJP, party of robbers, prisoners: HDK

Well before the formal launch of Karnataka Janata Party (KJP), former chief minister and state Janata Dal(S) president H.D. Kum­araswamy indulged in slander and described the new outfit as one of “rob

Road disappears, slushy stretch remains

“I have a five-year-old son who keeps falling ill and it's getting hard to even open the front door bec­ause of the dust,” complains Mrs. Sunitha Men­on, a housewife, who like many other residents her

Day after inspection, the garbage is back

A day after BBMP Commissioner Rajneesh Goel and Mayor D. Venkatesh Murthy went around the city to inspect the garbage collection drive, waste is back on street corners and empty sites.

Mounds of wast

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