Karnataka, Bengaluru Live News Updates: Karnataka High Court has asked Karnataka Police to make efforts to provide body cameras to police personnel involved in carrying out the arrests, in order to keep records of the arrest process. The Supreme Court order comes in the context of a case in which the petitioner, a law student, demanded compensation of 25,000 lakh rupees from the state after he was allegedly humiliated by the police by handcuffing him while being taken to court on a public bus after arrest in a bounced check case that was filed In the Bilagavi district of Karnataka in 2019.
Following the gradual rise of Covid-19 cases in Bengaluru since June 10, the Karnataka Department of Health on the recommendation of the State Appointed Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) on Tuesday… Issuing guidelines for testing, isolation, treatment and quarantine for gatherings in apartment buildings, offices, and educational institutions other than schools up to grade 12. Meanwhile, on Tuesday, 3.0-magnitude earthquake This was reported in parts of Madikeri Taluk in Kodagu (Coorg) district and some districts in Dakshina Kannada at 7.45 am.
Few days after Chief Commissioner Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Tushar Girinath Try to end the controversy over the ownership of Edgah Square BJP leader NR Ramesh on Tuesday said the property was owned by the Waqf Council, claiming that Congress MLA Zamir Ahmed Khan had “wrapped the arm” of the civil body over the issue.