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17 May, 2018 7:15 PM Sample medicines worth ₹15 lakh seized, one held

Drug control officials raids godown Drug Control officials on Thursday raided a godown at Chatribagh in Poola Bazaar area and seized medicines supposed to be distributed as physicians’ sample worth ₹15 lakh and arrested one Neelakanteswarappa on charges of selling the stock. Acting on a tip-off, Drug Control Officers Chandrasekhar and Abid Ali followed 36

7 May, 2018 10:43 AM Nestle pays $7.15 billion to sell Starbucks products

The agreement gives Nestle, which owns the Nescafe and Nespresso brands, a strong platform for continued growth in North America. Zurich: Swiss food giant Nestle announced today it will pay USD 7.15 billion for the rights to market Starbucks products around the world, outside of the company's coffee shops. The agreement gives Nestle, which owns the Nescafe 54

5 May, 2018 6:04 PM Excise sleuths intensify raids in toddy parlours in Wayanad

Man died on Friday after reportedly consuming liquor from a shop at Kottathara The Excise Department on Saturday intensified raids in toddy shops in the district, following the death of a man who had allegedly consumed liquor from a toddy parlour at Kottathara on Friday evening. Gopi, 40, of Maramoola Colony at Thekkumthara, was found in a critical state 46

2 May, 2018 7:58 PM The tragic tale behind a death

Suicide note speaks of harassment by father, liquor menace A Class XII student ended his life by hanging himself at a railway bridge on a State highway here on Wednesday. In his suicide note, he spoke about the harassment he had suffered at the hands of his drunkard father. When M. Dinesh Nallasivan, 17, of K. Reddiyarpatti near Kurukkalpatti in Tirunelveli 68

2 May, 2018 1:24 PM Upset over father’s alcoholism, boy commits suicide in Tirunelveli

A 17-year-old boy allegedly committed suicide by hanging from a rail overbridge in Tirunelveli on May 2 as he was upset over his father’s alcohol addiction, police said. The body was found hanging from an overbridge on the Tirunelveli by-pass road in the district, they said. A medical aspirant, the boy was preparing for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance 41

20 April, 2018 8:11 PM Excise violations: 153 cases filed, 129 arrested in Bidar

Excise Department officials have registered 153 cases and arrested 129 since the Model Code of Conduct was enforced on March 27. Deputy Commissioner and District Election Officer Anirudh Sravan P. said various check-points, stations and flying squads were functioning round-the-clock to check illegal movement of liquor. In raids on grocery shops, dhabas 56

16 April, 2018 8:07 PM Groups clash during Ambedkar Jayanti procession

A fight broke out between two groups in Nagaral village in Chikkodi taluk when miscreants threw stones at a Ambedkar Jayanti celebration procession on Monday. As many as 15 persons received injuries. They were treated as outpatients in Chikkodi and discharged. The police arrested 20 persons. Some houses, shops and around 20 motorbikes and five cars and vans were damaged 81

16 April, 2018 8:51 AM Protest over ticket denial to Tiptur MLA

Shops and other commercial establishments in Tiptur were closed on Monday as supporters of local MLA Shadakshari had called for a bandh over denial of Congress ticket to him for the coming Assembly elections. The supporters took out a protest march on the streets of Tiptur. The movement of vehicles was, however, normal. An agitator tried to commit suicide 27

16 April, 2018 2:10 AM Ayodhya dispute: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat says Indian Muslims did not demolish Ram Mandir, vows to 'fight' for it

MUMBAI: Muslims in India did not demolish the Ram Mandir, said Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat while raking up Ayodhya dispute once again on Sunday. "The Muslim community in India did not destroy the Ram Mandir. Indian nationals can't do such a thing. Foreign forces destroyed temples here to demoralise Indians," said Bhagwat while 49

12 April, 2018 4:40 PM Kashmir tense after Kulgam killings

Kashmir remained tense on Thursday in the wake of four civilian deaths during a counter-militancy operation in Kulgam on Wednesday. The authorities closed all major colleges and schools “as a precautionary measure”. However, students of the Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Sopore, and the National Institute of Technology 21