A woman allegedly set her husband on fire here on Monday. The ghastly incident occurred in broad daylight at Baddihalli.
Almost a week after the rape and murder of a woman at a hillock at Badesabarapalya village in Tumakuru Rural taluk, the police have not been able to achieve any breakthrough yet.
According to sources, he grilled a few police personnel over the increase in crime rate in the district. The woman was found murdered at a hillock at Chotasabarapalya near Hirehalli.
Electricity surged through the pole and all three collapsed. Chandan was rushed to Sridevi Medical College Hospital where he died later.
The project was implemented by the Tumakuru Smart City Limited (TSCL) on the district central library premises at the cost of `1.45 crore.
The bright student who won many accolades including prizes in quiz and sports competitions secured 96 per cent marks in the class IX exams and wants to become a doctor to save the lives of people
Once the identity is traced, the investigation will take a turn to ascertain as to whether it was a murder or human sacrifice, they added.
Sources said that first, the district administration received orders from the State Government on the allotment of the plant.
A 15-year-old boy, who lost his father to coronavirus, was allegedly thrashed by a school staffer for not paying the tuition fee of Rs 5,000.
When she was walking alone to catch a bus to Sira to attend I PUC classes, the accused followed her on his motorbike and waylaid her
"A penalty of Rs 250 for not wearing a mask and Rs 5,000 for gatherings of above 100 persons in a small hall will be imposed," said TCC commissioner Renuka
As the second wave of Covid-19 hits the state, the district continued to report spike in cases with 40 new cases.
A Dalit couple from Kaimara Jampenahalli Cross in Koratagere taluk were stopped from giving a decent burial to their four-month-old baby on Sunday.