BANGALORE: Two 11-year-old boys sustained injuries after a detonator exploded at a scrap yard at Phool Bagh area in Ramanagaram town on Tuesday evening. The police said that a safety fuse coil detonator went off when the boys were pounding it with a stone while playing. The injured have been identified as Umaid Khan and Sheikh Shabaaz, both residents of the same area.
4 Quacks Arrested
The CCB sleuths have arrested four quacks who allegedly posed as Ayurvedic doctors. Anand alias Ragavendra (24), Shiva alias Shivali (32), Virupaksha (30) and Raju (35), all residents of Yashwanthapur, are the accused.
The police said that all accused have completed SSLC and to make fast money they had started Sri Sanjeevini Ayurveda in Koramangala seventh block. Fake Ayurvedic medicine worth `6 lakh, mobile phones, and `50,000 have been recovered from them.
Gopinath (40), a goldsmith of Salem, was robbed of 21 kg of silver articles and `2 lakh by unidentified miscreants, claiming to be anti-corruption officials, who picked him up for questioning when he was travelling in a bus with the valuables, the Halasur Gate police said.
case against cv ramannagar mla, others
The principal of Clarence High School has registered a case of trespassing against MLA of C V Ramannagar constituency S Raghu, former MLA Surana and BBMP Engineer Nagaraj in Pulikeshinagar police station on Tuesday.
The police said that the the school had taken a play ground for lease for 100 years in 1949. However, the residents of Jeevanahalli under the leadership of MLA Raghu and others were trying to encroach the playground for widening of Jeevanahalli Main Road. “Raghu, engineer Nagaraj came with workers and started constructing the road on Tuesday morning. Based on the complaint filed by the Principal, we stopped the work and deployed adequate security in the ground,” the police said.
Man Gets Life term for Killing Girlfriend
The 17th Fast Track Court has awarded life imprisonment for a 30-year-old man who had murdered his girlfriend for refusing to marry him. The Court has also ordered him to pay a penalty of `5,000, failing which he has to undergo a three-month imprisonment. Palani, a native of Dharmapuri in Tamil Nadu, is the convict. He had murdered Jithin George (27), who was in love with him, at Apollo Hospital on Bannerughatta Road on the night of May 29, 2009. The duo were working at Narayana Hrudayalaya.