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A Covid-19 planning meeting at Mangaluru deputy commissioner's office

FIR against two Vietnamese nationals for ‘spitting’ inside elevator of Mangaluru apartment

The incident, which took place Friday, triggered panic among the apartment’s residents. Police are investigating the motive behind the ‘deliberate’ spitting.
A file image of founder of Postcard news co-founder Mahesh Vikram Hegde

Postcard News co-founder ‘heckled’ at Mangaluru airport, asked to sing Vande Mataram

Karnataka Congress spokesperson Kavita Reddy & two other women asked Postcard News founder Mahesh Vikram Hegde to sing Vande Mataram to prove his ‘Indian-ness’.
Mangaluru airport

‘Live’ bomb found near ticket counters at Mangaluru airport

The bomb was found in an unclaimed laptop bag and has been taken in a bomb disposal unit vehicle for controlled explosion at an open place.
Picture released by Mangaluru Police showing protesters pelting stones

Police probe finds UP, Kerala Muslim outfits’ role in Mangaluru anti-CAA violence

The police have arrested two persons and issued notices to 30 others, including members of Kerala-based outfit PFI and its political arm SDPI, for the violence.
File photo of B.S. Yediyurappa | ANI Photo

Yediyurappa govt withdraws ex gratia to families of those killed in Mangaluru protest

Karnataka CM Yediyurappa said the Mangaluru protest was a conspiracy and giving 'criminals' ex gratia is an unpardonable crime.
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Karnataka govt orders magisterial inquiry into Mangaluru violence during CAA protests

The Karnataka govt asked for a report in three months after it noted that around 1,500 protesters became violent, hurled stones at police and tried to throw burning tyres inside a station.
Picture released by Mangaluru Police showing protesters pelting stones

Mangaluru Police release video of protesters bringing stones, pelting them

The video footage from 19 December, on which day 2 were killed in protests, showed people with their faces covered attempting to destroy security cameras.
Protest against NRC and CAA

Vijayan calls Kerala students in Mangaluru back home after Karnataka minister’s charges

Kerala govt has sent five buses to bring back students after Karnataka minister Basavaraj Bommai claimed people from Kerala indulged in violence in Mangaluru.
Anti-CAA protests turned violent in Mangaluru, and two people died in police firing Thursday

Mangaluru cops detain 20 journalists to verify credentials, day after death of 2 protesters

Police had inputs that people posing as journalists came to Mangaluru from Kerala to incite violence. Karnataka home minister says 2 were pushed back.
Anti-CAA protests in New Delhi on 19 December | Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

Anti-citizenship protests turn violent in Mangaluru, police resort to lathi-charge

Protesters Thursday took to the streets, defying prohibitory orders. Unverified videos on social media showed people pelting stones at police.

On Camera

Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerala | Commons

Padmanabhaswamy verdict can reduce the rich temple to go to Communists with a begging bowl

The Supreme Court has also ordered a 25-year audit of the Padmanabhaswamy Temple. Even scam-tainted promoters or companies have not had to face such long-term audits.
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After luring Google & Facebook, Mukesh Ambani plans to build a global digital company

Mukesh Ambani unveiled a slew of services from Jio, including a 5G network as early as next year and a mega video-streaming platform.

Defence

The new SiG 716 G2 rifles in use with the Indian Army | By special arrangement

Rifles, missiles, ammunition, drones — armed forces on shopping spree amid LAC tensions

Unprecedented emergency powers given to armed forces under the capital budget, for purchases of new equipment and systems, are likely to ease bottlenecks.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Uttar Pradesh is India’s broken heartland, break it into 4 or 5 states

Uttar Pradesh, our largest state by population and most powerful, is also the worst governed. A state with 1-in-6 Indians has no hope because of its size.