New Delhi, Mar 15: The National Investigation Agency carried out raids in7 locations at Delhi, Kerala and Karnataka in connection with an Islamic State related case.
The raids pertain bona new case registered by the agency around 48 hours back. The NIA has under its scanner 6. To 7 persons. They were being monitored for nefarious activities by the intelligence, sources tell OneIndia.
New Delhi, Nov 04: A much needed law against Love Jihad will be implemented in four BJP ruled states. Karnataka was the fourth BJP ruled state which said it would enact a law against Love Jihad. The law once enforced would ban religious conversion for the sake of marriage.
If anyone is found guilty then they would be severe and swift punishment. Apart from Karnataka, the Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh have also said that they would bring in a law against religious conversions for the sake of marriage.
New Delhi, Aug 25: The Gujarat Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) has picked up four suspects from Karnataka and Maharashtra after a plot to kill a BJP leader was unearthed.
The four were picked up after the arrest of a Chhota Shakeel gang member in Ahmedabad. The sharpshooter was picked up after the ATS learnt that he had been hired to kill Gordhan Zadafia, who was the home minister of the state in 2002, when the Gujarat riots took place.
Bengaluru, Apr 20: The lockdown has been hard on all of us. Students have been losing precious time due to the lockdown as all educational institutions and coaching centres have been ordered to be shut down.
Bengaluru, Apr 09: The lockdown is likely to continue in Karnataka in all probability. Karnataka Chief Minister, B S Yediyurappa following a Cabinet meeting said that all the ministers were in favour of extending the lockdown.
Yediyurappa however said that he would first submit the report of the expert panel to the Prime Minister and then take a final call on extension of the lockdown.
Bengaluru, Jan 02: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to Bengaluru and Tumakuru, the Karnataka government has made elaborate security arrangements.
Citing security concerns, the Bengaluru city police commissioner Bhaskar Rao, IPS said that unmanned aerial vehicles including drones, balloons, unmanned aircraft systems etc will be banned during Modi’s visit.