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Mangaluru: Police inspector Albert Lasrado stops Hindu activist’s car, asks him to remove religious sticker

Albert Lasrado, who stopped the car for allegedly checking the documents, demanded that the Hindu activists pay a fine for putting up religious stickers on the car, claiming that the stickers were against the law.

Mangaluru: Doctor who refused to wear a mask inside supermarket booked under Epidemic Act

A case has been registered against Dr. B Srinivas Kakkilaya under Epidemic Act at East (Kadri) police station following his refusal to wear a mask while he went shopping at a supermarket in the city on Wednesday May 19.

Karnataka: Man arrested for making derogatory comments against Hindu deities

The arrested accused, Swaliz Iqbal, is a resident of the Smart City residential complex in Thokottu.

Karnataka: Two youths Mohd Suhail and Nizamuddin arrested for robbing several temples in Mangalore

The two accused had looted the hundis of multiple temples in Mangalore, and had desecrated the temples

‘Traitorous angels became fake gods, corrupting humans through idols,’ miscreants drop condoms, posters with Christian message in temple hundi

The incident took place just days after used condoms and fake currency notes were found in the hundis of 3 other temples

Karnataka: Watch Radical Islamic outfit SDPI raising ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans during poll celebrations, 15 booked

Police said they have registered a case against 15 SDPI members for raising Pakistan Zindabad slogans under various sections

Congress-SDPI workers clash with each other in Dakshina Kannada during local body polls

The police restored a mild lathi-charge after Congress and SDPI party workers clashed in front of the polling station at Harekala on Tuesday, December 22.

Mangaluru graffiti hailing Lashkar and Taliban: Accused had links with terrorists from Saudi Arabia, part of large nexus

He added that the investigation so far has found that the mindset of religious bigotry and fanaticism had inspired the accused to indulge in this act.

Karnataka: Two, including online food delivery agent Munir Naz, arrested by Mangaluru Police for pro-terrorist graffiti

Mangaluru police commissioner Vikash Kumar said that the accused committed such a crime to gain publicity. He added that the two accused painted the graffiti at court road three weeks before they wrote on the walls at Bejai.

Mangaluru police deny reports of the arrest of online food delivery agent Nazeer Mohammad for painting graffitis hailing Islamic terror

The graffiti warned 'sanghis' and 'Manuvadis' that Lashkar and Taliban will be invited to deal with them.

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