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This man's heart-touching Facebook post thanking Tamil Nadu police is going viral for a good reason
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Curfew in Indian tech hub over deadly water protests

Police arrest 200 protes­ters in Bangal­ore to quell violen­ce, which has forced shops, busine­sses and school­s to close An Indian activist stands beside a traffic blockade at a major connecting road during a protest in Bangalore. PHOTO: ... The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago

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Woman allegedly raped in Bangalore-Tinsukia Express; one held

The woman, who was traveling alone from Bangalore, rushed to the Government Railway Police station in New Tinsukia to lodge a complaint that she was raped by three persons. One person was arrested and the police are on the look-out for two more ...
 Indian Express4 days ago Girl alleges rape  Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago Young Woman Allegedly Raped In Train In Assam, 1 Arrested  NDTV4 days ago Assam girl gang-raped in moving train  New Indian Express4 days ago

Encroached govt. land worth Rs. 348 crore recovered

In a joint drive, the district administration, Bangalore Metropolitan Task Force and the police recovered 122.34 acres of encroached government land worth Rs. 348 crore, in five taluks on Saturday. The biggest was in Bengaluru South taluk where encroachments ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
International Business Times India

Cauvery water row: No bandh, but Bangalore police continue tight vigil and ban liquor sale for two days

The Bengaluru City Police have also urged people to be more cautious on social media, and to neither heed nor spread rumours. . In picture: A view of deserted Bengaluru roads during Karnataka-wide strike called to protest against release of Cauvery ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago Cauvery river row: Bangalore Police gets on social media to curb rumours, respond to anxious citizens  Tech2 firstpost.com1 week ago Wake-up call for online policing  The Telegraph2 weeks ago

A Dispute Over Water Between Two Indian States Has Left One of Them in Flames

At least one person was killed and several others injured when police fired on rioters in the southern Indian city of Bangalore Monday. Violence erupted after India's Supreme Court ordered the state of Karnataka to release water from the Cauvery ...
 Time2 weeks ago Water wars  BBC1 week ago Why water war has broken out in India's Silicon Valley  Kathmandu Post2 weeks ago Cauvery water row live updates: Bus, metro services suspended, schools closed in Bangalore after violence; police dispel rumours of Section 144  International Business Times India2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

How Bangalore Police Made Good Use of Social Media to Help Citizens during Cauvery Riots

On Monday, following the Supreme Court's verdict ordering Karnataka to release 12,000 cusecs of water, protestors took to the streets in Bengaluru and other parts of the state. Several offices and schools had to shut down in a rush. An air of ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago Cauvery water row Day 2 round-up: Bengaluru limping back to normalcy amid stray incidents of violence  International Business Times India1 week ago Cauvery water issue round-up: Section 144 announced in Bangalore for 3 days; 1 dies in police firing as city sees violence  International Business Times India2 weeks ago Cauvery water dispute: now Bangalore is on fire  catchnews.com2 weeks ago

'Karnataka for Kashmir Forum' Flays Police Crackdown

BANGALORE: Number of intellectuals and civil rights bodies in South India have expressed outrage at the continuing curfew, killings of civilian protesters and arrest spree of human rights defenders in Kashmir. " The violence unleashed by the armed ...
 Kashmir Observer1 week ago

Bescom contractor arrested for digging road without cops' nod

A contractor with the Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Limited (Bescom) has been arrested for not taking police permission for digging a busy road near the Marathahalli bridge in eastern Bengaluru. Around 4 am on Sunday, policemen on night patrol found ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
DAWN Group

Nearly 400 arrested for looting, vandalism in India's IT hub

Police say they have arrested nearly 400 people for looting and vandalism in India's information technology hub of Bangalore after a curfew was imposed to quell violence set off by a court ruling over a disputed water source. Police gunfire ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago Troubled waters the tale of a river  ABP Live1 week ago Modi calls for calm as India's tech capital grinds to a halt  Saudi Gazette1 week ago 10 Quick Facts: Tech city Bengaluru logs out over sharing Cauvery water  ABP Live2 weeks ago
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Cauvery row: Hyderabad police's advisory to all cable TV operators

The Hyderabad Police today issued an advisory to all cable TV channels/cable TV network operators over protests in Bangaluru saying no programme shall be transmitted/retransmitted in the cable service which is likely to encourage or incite violence ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago Cauvery dispute: Hyderabad Police issues advisory to all cable TV operators  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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