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Bengaluru: Two aspiring cricketers end up as chain snatchers


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Jul 10: Two youths, who dreamt of playing cricket at the international level, ended up behind the bars for snatching chains.

Naveen Shetty (19) and Balakumar (19) are the two persons who are arrested by the police. They started to snatch chains from the public since eight months on the advice of one of their friends, who asked them to get into this easy way to earn money in order to buy a cricket kit.

Police have been able to crack 22 different incidents of chain snatching that have taken place in the city due to the arrest of this duo. The cops have confiscated 900 grams of gold worth Rs 27 lac and a two-wheeler from the accused.


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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India.

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    Well done cops by nabbing these budding chain snatchers Naveen Shetty and Balakumar . They are just completed their teenage as per the write up above.

    Feel sad for today's youngsters. Partly, it is the mistake of their parents too as they have not inculcated good morale values when these youngsters were kids. Only police hospitality can change their way of living.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    Now let them play kutti donne along with others at the prison.

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  • Lionel Dsouza, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    NO JOBS, NO JUSTICE, NO PROMISES FULFILLED, NO SCOPE, NO VALUE FOR EDUCATION.....SAD.

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  • vincent rodrigues, Bangaluru/Jatapadi

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    No one is above law and too bad to loose the bright career for committing crime.

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  • Ashwin, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    Where is their friend now, who advised them to do this? This is the perfect example of a lesson that the youth of this country should learn. Always use your common sense and blindly do not follow the advice given by others (including all political parties and other organisations). When you're in trouble, no one will come to your aid. You're responsible for what you're doing, not your religion, state, party, leader or that organisation to which you belonged to. There is only one life you have and spend that for good things.

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  • Haneef, West Africa

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    Think positive!
    The person who never had any bad habits and pure vegetarian became hitler !
    We do many mistakes, but one mistake doesn’t make anyone villains always.

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  • Imran Mohammad, Suratkal

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    Mr.Jossey,

    Stop giving irrelevant comments. This isnt politics. its about cricket players taking short cuts.

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  • Critic, Mangaluru

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    First you stop playing with your genuine identity.

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  • Imran mohammed, suratkal

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    @ critic--CAN YOU PROVE IT IS NOT MY GENUINE IDENTITY?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    Can you prove that I was talking about Politics ...

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  • NRI, GCC

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    SKILL INDIA..

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Jul 10 2018

    Spoiling name of Kannadigas ...

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  • pooki, mangaluru

    Tue, Jul 10 2018

    These good for nothing fellows if get into the Indian cricket team would have snatched the chains of their fellow team mates.

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  • Ahmed K. C., Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 10 2018

    Wow !
    What a talent.

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  • S. Vijayan, Mangalore, Bangalore

    Wed, Jul 11 2018

    THEY ARE ALL ROUNDERS, GOING AROUND BANGALORE TO GIVE CREDIT TO PARENTS BY CHAIN SNATCHING. WITH CRICKET, ADDITIONAL TALENT OF ROBING. OTHER TALENTS YET TO KNOW

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Jul 10 2018

    Now sell Pakoda's ...

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  • Rahul, Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 10 2018

    Godamn pe gadbadh hai toh showroom pe kaise achha maal aayega.

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