With the city police claiming that a cyanide compound was responsible for the deaths of the two boys jewellers in the city have called for more stringent measures to check the easy availability.
Bengaluru: Birthday celebrations turn tragic as two boys consume liquid cyanide thinking it to be water
The duo was playing atop the house while family members were preparing for the guests to arrive at the party when the weary boys found what they thought was water in a bottle in the room and drank it.
Witness says people gathered around victim, didn’t call ambulance or rush him to hospital.
The heartless side of Bengaluru came to the fore on Sunday evening after a young man was murdered in a road rage incident.
25 per cent rise in orthopaedic injuries due to bad roads: Docs
As the BBMP Commissioner’s deadline of 10 days to fill up potholes draws near, BBMP contractors have a found a quick fix by dumping building debris into potholes.
A senior officer from the Special Investigation Team (SIT) said that they are probing seven angles to find the motive behind Gauri’s murder and that many people have been questioned.
The SIT probing the case is yet to get any clear lead into the killing that had sparked outrage across the country.
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An 18-year-old youth is suspected to have been washed away in a drainage which was partially open while he was walking near the railway bridge in Seshadripuram on Friday evening.
The special investigation team (SIT) is probing multiple angles in the murder of journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh.
Highest rainfall of 69mm was recorded in Kammanahalli and Samapangiram Nagar till 9.30pm.
Hundreds of people in the queue were carrying posters which read “I am also Gauri.’’
When Chetana Thirthahalli realised her path is Left, people started to call her Gauri Lankesh Junior.
Briefing reporters after a meeting with top police officials and state Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said the SIT would be headed by an Inspector General level officer.