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Chennai techie goes missing in Sakleshpur ghats
Deccan Chronicle

Enforce Rules, Educate Trekkers on Safety

A techie from Chennai who got lost during a trek in the Western Ghats near Sakleshpur in Karnataka faces the minor charge of entering a restricted forest without permission. He should consider himself lucky to have gotten off lightly with mere ... New Indian Express, 4 weeks ago
Techie Lost in Trek Traced, But Booked For Trespassing New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Chennai techie goes missing in Sakleshpur ghats Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
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Daiji World, 1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago

Techie Missing as Trek Turns Awry

CHENNAI: A 24-year-old software professional from Chennai, who went on an expedition to Sakleshpur Hills in Hassan district of Karnataka, went missing since Saturday evening. Srikanth Balaji, a resident of Nungambakkam, who is an employee of ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Techie from Chennai goes missing in Bisale forest  The Hindu1 month ago

Sanchaya to step up campaign against Yettinahole project

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu The Sahyadri Samrakshana Sanchaya plans to pressure villages in Sakleshpur to pass a resolution against the project. Photo: H.S. Manjunath Protest planned on Independence Day Objecting to the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Seven held on charge of stealing pepper worth Rs. 9.4 lakh

The Sakleshpur police on Wednesday arrested seven persons in connection with a dacoity reported at Gulagalale village in Sakleshpur taluk on June 21. The arrested had made away with 27 bags of pepper worth Rs. 9.4 lakh from a farmhouse belonged to a planter, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Elephants Damage Farmhouse

HASSAN: Wild elephant menace has continued in parts of Sakleshpur taluk, despite the Forest Department capturing 25 wild elephants and relocating them to various camps. A herd of three wild elephants roaming around at Kadagaravalli and adjacent ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago Jumbo Menace Continues in Hassan Dist  New Indian Express2 months ago
New Indian Express

21 trekkers given bail

A day after the Sakleshpur forest officials rescued 21 trekkers , including 14 Infosys employees from Chennai, and slapped them with a case of trespassing under Section 24 of the Karnataka Forest Act, all of them have been granted bail. Officials ...
 Bangalore Mirror4 weeks ago Forest Dept Will Frame New Policy to Make Trekking Safe  New Indian Express1 week ago Unregistered Trekking Agencies a Headache for Forest Department  New Indian Express3 weeks ago 21 trekkers get bail  The Hindu4 weeks ago
Mangalorean

Mangalore lad uses real horse power to ride to college

MANGALORE: If teachers at the School of Social Work, RoshniNilaya, reprimand AvinandAchanahally, a final year MSW student, to "stop horsing around", it will not be metaphorically. Unlike his peers who ride on horse power under the hood, this ...
 Times of India18 hours ago Mangalore: PG Student Uses 'Horse-Power' Ride which Runs on 'Grass' to College to Save Energy and Pollution  Mangalorean1 day ago

Beltangady: Abduction, rape of minor girl's relative held

Daijiworld Media Network Beltangady (SP) Beltangady, Aug 28: A case of abducting and raping a minor girl stands registered against a person named Manju (20) on Wednesday August 27. In a swift action, the police could trace the person in question, ...
 Daijiworldcom1 day ago

All in the Farmily: Bringing Farmers, Markets Closer

BANGALORE: It is a well-known fact that farmers across the state and the country are exploited and face several problems when it comes to getting a fair price for their produce. They are either underpaid or they don't receive a fair price, or they ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago

Raining Somewhere, Says the Breeze

BANGALORE: Our collective romance with the rains began with Kalidasa and Meghdootam and extended to our films, where a downpour is always an excuse to burst out into song. City Express spoke to some contemporary writers and poets to understand ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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