Ravi Belagere, who brings out 'Hai Bangalore', was arrested yesterday from his house here on charges of hiring a 'supari' killer from Vijayapura in north Karnataka to kill Sunil Heggaravalli.
A senior officer from the CCB said that during the interrogation Belagere had confessed to a personal rivalry with his former colleague Suneel Heggaravalli.
Journalist Ravi Belagere (60) became a household name with his unique and engaging style of writing.
‘Hai Bangalore’s former employee Suneel Heggaravalli, the man who was the target of a contract killing planned by journalist Ravi Belagere, is lucky to be alive today.
Gauri murder investigation led to uncovering of Belagere ‘supari’ plan; Sharpshooter revealed that the weapon which cops seized belonged to tabloid editor
CCB arrested journalist Ravi Belagere, on the charges of giving 'supari' to a sharpshooter to kill his former employee Suneel.
Activists take out march as SIT fails to make any headway even three months after the journalist was murdered
The collective under the banner Gauri Hathye Virodhi Vedike alleged that despite three months since the murder, no arrests were made by the Special Investigation Team
Social activists on Monday pulled up the state government for the delay in identifying the persons behind the murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh.At an event organised for the inauguration
Freedom fighter H S Doreswamy, on Saturday said that he’s afraid that Gauri Lankesh’s murder case will be buried soon as no arrests have been made so far.
Bengaluru was ranked second in number of murder cases and third in crimes against women, according to ‘Crime In India - 2016’ report by the National Crime Records Bureau.
Karnataka is the second safest state in South India, after Andhra Pradesh, and has one of the lowest crime rates in the country, according to ‘Crime In India - 2016’ report by the NCRB.
The software engineer who fell to death at a tech park on Wednesday had got engaged just a day earlier, according to police.
I-T raids on Jaya TV | It's a plot to bar Sasikala from politics, claims TTV Dhinakaran; documents seized from old channel office
IT sources said the raids are being conducted in almost 200 places connected to jailed AIADMK leader VK Sasikala and her extended family spread across various cities and states.
In the one year since de-mon, police have registered 55 cases, but chargesheets not filed in many instances