All is not well in the Kannada tabloid industry: Agni vs Hai Bangalore? Or Ravi Belagere vs Sridhar?
The arrest of Kannada tabloid editor Ravi Belagere last week has resulted in a war of words on the pages of the city’s publications as well as in social media.
Sent to judicial custody till December 23; asks for a VIP cell but gets an attender; is lodged in a cell in hospital building for treatment for his blood sugar level
Belagere was arrested for allegedly hiring a contract killer to eliminate one of his colleagues, was remanded to a 14-day judicial custody by a court here today.
Heggaravalli also went on to say that Ravi Belagere had called him, despite being under judicial custody at around 9.30 pm on Sunday.
Heggaravalli, in his complaint, has alleged that he had received a call from one Madhu who knew Belagere and Madhu handed over his mobile phone to Belagere.
She tells them she has not been in touch with Belagere for the past few years
Central Crime Branch makes no headway in ‘supari’ case, claims journalist Ravi Belagere is unresponsive
Unable to crack the nut, the police are trying to extend Ravi Belagere's four-day police custody which ends on 11 December.
CCB sleuths seize his laptop; second wife leaves city to avoid being questioned; cops say tabloid editor lent financial help to supari killers earlier.
In his statement, Heggaravalli said Belagere had called him to a TV news channel office in Koramangala a few months ago on the pretext of introducing him to new investors for the channel.
Ravi Belagere, the tabloid editor who was arrested on Friday for allegedly hiring a contract killer to eliminate a former employee Suneel Heggaravalli, had bailed out the hitman Shashidhar Mundewadi e
The weapons have been sent for the test to ascertain the possible involvement of the duo in the killing of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh, who was shot dead at her house on September 5.
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.
‘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.