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12 September, 2016 12:18 PM Section 144 imposed across Bengaluru, Pandavapura and four dam sites

All TN-bound buses from Karnataka are off the road; schools in Bengaluru shut The Cauvery water dispute continued to raise tensions in both Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, with sporadic incidents of attacks on a hotel, pelting of stones, ruckus at a bank and attacks on vehicles reported in both the States. Section 144 was imposed across Bengaluru as violence 52

12 September, 2016 10:37 AM Namma Metro services suspended

All TN-bound buses from Karnataka are off the road; schools in Bengaluru shut The Cauvery water dispute continued to raise tensions in both Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, with sporadic incidents of attacks on a hotel and vehicles reported in both the States. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court on Monday slammed the Karnataka government for citing public unrest and turmoil 21

12 September, 2016 9:10 AM Cauvery Row: Violence In Karnataka, Tamil Nadu; Curbs In Bengaluru

Bengaluru: In the Cauvery water sharing dispute, attacks in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu underlined escalating tension between the two states on Monday and a Supreme Court order appeared to provoke more anger. On Karnataka's petition, the court modified an earlier order and said the state has to release less river water to Tamil Nadu. Karnataka, which will end up giving 57

12 September, 2016 5:30 AM Cauvery protests: Petrol bombs hurled at Chennai hotel

CHENNAI: Unidentified men hurled six crude bombs - lit petrol-filled bottles -- at New Woodlands Hotel on Dr Radhakrishnan Salai in Chennai in the early hours of Monday. The men, numbering 15 who came in three autorickshaws, damaged windowpanes and furniture in the reception, an ice cream parlour and an office room at the hotel. The hotel is owned by Kannadigas 46

12 September, 2016 12:38 AM Cauvery protests turn violent, petrol bombs hurled at Kannada eatery; Karnataka vehicles attacked in TN

Chennai: A group of pro-Tamil activists attacked the New Woodlands Hotel in Chennai over the ongoing battle between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka over Cauvery water. According to a CNN-News18 report, some pro-Tamil activists allegedly hurled petrol bombs at Karnataka-based New Woodlands Hotel at Mylapore in Chennai early today. According to the hotel staff 114

11 September, 2016 4:35 PM Fresh clashes in south Kashmir, dozens injured

Srinagar: Dozens of civilians were injured on Sunday during fresh clashes between security forces and stone-pelting protesters in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, police said. Thousands of residents of Karimabad and adjoining areas took to streets on Sunday morning to protest against the alleged nocturnal raids conducted by security forces, a police 20

11 September, 2016 6:13 AM Curfew-like restrictions in some areas of Srinagar

Curfew-like restrictions were in force in three police station areas of Srinagar today, while curbs on assembly of people continued throughout Kashmir as normal life remained affected for the 65th straight day in the unrest-hit Valley. Curfew-like restrictions were in place in Nowhatta, MR Gunj and Khanyar police station areas of the city, a police official 22

10 September, 2016 9:29 AM How Bengaluru police managed an incident-free bandh

Bengaluru police took anti-social elements into preventive custody, sensitive areas were identified and around 16,000 police personals deployed on the streets Bengaluru: The situation was tense on 5 September, the day the Supreme Court directed Karnataka to release 15,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to neighbouring Tamil Nadu. Sporadic protests had broken 27

10 September, 2016 6:15 AM Curfew lifted in Kashmir, restrictions on assembly of people in Valley

A Jammu & Kashmir police official says restrictions on assembly of people continued to remain in force throughout the Valley Srinagar: Curfew was on Saturday lifted from entire Kashmir a day after it was imposed in some areas to maintain law and order in view of Friday congregations. Normal life remained affected for 64th consecutive day in the unrest-hit 28

10 September, 2016 6:15 AM A Day After Friday Congregations, Curfew Lifted in Kashmir

Srinagar: Curfew was lifted from entire Kashmir on Saturday a day after it was imposed in some areas to maintain law and order in view of Friday congregations. Normal life remained affected for 64th consecutive day in the unrest-hit Valley where 73 persons have been killed and several thousand others injured in clashes since Hizbul Mujahideen militant 21