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Bantwal: Girl found in house of another community - issue raises concerns


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Bantwal, Jul 12: A lady who was bound for Bengaluru from Mangaluru had arrived at the house of her colleague at Kalladka, who belongs to a community that is other than her own. This issue gave rise to some tension in the town.

The police, who came to know about the incident, ensured that the girl safely boarded her bus to Bengaluru at 10 pm on Wednesday July 11.

It is learnt that the lady from Kalladka happens to be a colleague of the woman from Mangaluru, and both of them work for a company at Bengaluru. Therefore, during her visit to Mangaluru, she had come to meet her colleague's family at Kalladka for a few hours.


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  • Nenari Nirmar, Toronto

    Fri, Jul 13 2018

    Padlembe Poli. All those people here with big big comments are hypocrites. 2 years ago My MBA neighbor had her 5 female classmates (hindu, Christians and 1 muslim) invited to her house for church feast. Some eve teasers who were busy teasing I. The church campus till then became alert of THEIR Burqa girl in church feast simply enjoying with her friends . They made a such a mess of the church feast, they called huge numbers and police had to come. Cowards individually heros in the heed. Guess what people do the worst things is secret if you try to get over control. One starts to hate rural India because of these. Go to big cities of India and of the world. There are only two religions Male and female. No one asks for religion. Not even name.

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  • SMR, Karkala

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    This incident give suspicion of law enforcement agencies nexus with so called informer from moral police brigade and the way the department was radicalised in the lines of religion. This act of the department is against the constitutional freedom and citizens rights.

    Instead of department booking for the falls rumor mongers escorted lady like prisoner.

    Like this one incident is enough to prove that Sangh Parivar success in created deep rift in the society once lived peaceful together and participated in grief and happiness.

    I regret to say that Mangalore don't qualify for 'smart city' which lacks smart people. The voting pattern in recent assembly elections proves they want give victory 'Hindutva' rather than 'development. No matter even the winning candidate of the party is criminal, corrupt, rapist.
    Jai hind

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  • Ahmed, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    THESE THINGS HAPPENING IN COASTAL AREA SURELY BECAUSE OF RSSSS SAFRONS EYES
    IN THE HANDS OF RULING BAJAPA GOVERNMENTSS ACCHE DIN EXPERIENCES NOT BECAUSE OF WELFARE STATE BUT GOONS STATE.

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  • muhammad rafique, kaup

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    if they can track who is visiting whom in the locality, I wonder why these goons didn't reach sister Bhavani's house, who died at Janavasati Colony in Puttur taluk’s Vidyapur , and not a single person from pro- hindu organisation came forward to cremate her. 

    Now it is up to the larger audience to judge the so called "saviors of hindu religion"

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  • SAMAD, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Wa marl mare jankleg....modi batti bokka tuyara difference boda modi??...jankleg hakod mujikas da akkal tojanaga

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  • Abdul Rauf, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    These thing's happen's only in Coast India ...Manglore and Udupi region...

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  • Nitin Kumar, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    This is not new, in 2012 one of my (I'm Hindu) close friend (a Muslim) along with his wife, mother and 8 months old baby visited our house here in Mangalore on our invitation as he had come to Mangalore from Dubai for the first time after marriage.

    They came in car which had some sacred (udru) scribe in it (like we normally prefer to out God picture), seeing this a person (a Hindu) in our neighborhood created such ruckus asking questions like “ why they have come here, this is hindu locality.. and so on” we were so embarrassed.

    Though we belong to Mangalore, we were not here for many years and had recently come to city. We were not knowing about existence of fanaticism. The person brought machete and started giving threats throw stones. We had to send our guest off keeping in mind their safety. The next day I complained to Police and action was taken. The person who created ruckus, truns out to be criminal with many such crime records in past with affiliation to a fanatic outfit. The person was subsequently caught for certain heinous crime is out on bail now… This happens in Mangalore in the name of religion.. sad...

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  • Peacelover, India

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Why these kind of hatred started only in last 30 years and reached its peak in last 4 years.
    Who is responsible for inducing hatred in people's mine, its none other than BJP. Till 1986 BJP used to win only two seats, and there was peace everywhere.
    Our youth are being fooled by these political parties, and without any benefits they are doing this, finally they end up in Jail and party deny any link with the culprit.

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  • Rita, Germany.

    Fri, Jul 13 2018

    @Peacelover India,it is only because of Hindutva,.Theywant to remain in their community and all others are not worth.

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  • Prashanth, Bangalore

    Fri, Jul 13 2018

    Such people should be sent to Pakistan. They don't deserve to line in a multi cultural society like ours. Who gave these criminals the right to be caretakers of Hinduism.

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  • Prashanth, Bangalore

    Fri, Jul 13 2018

    See how Britain is fighting grooming gangs. That's the International name given to love jihad. Don't act like it does not exist at all.

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  • VEER, HONNAVAR

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    OH MY GODSE..... YEH KYA DIN AAGAYE . may be breathing in other community area also becoming the issue sooon .

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  • Lionel Dsouza, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    LESSON LEARNED FROM MODI....
    HE ALWAYS TALKS AND BOTHERED ABOUT OTHERS....SAME WAY HIS FOLLOWERS ALWAYS SEE WHATS HAPPENING IN OTHERS HOUSE....LIFE HAS BECOME MESS UNDER FEKU RULE....

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  • Nicholas, Canada

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    John,Mangalore
    In near future going with wife/sister need certification from chaddi gang if the educated people start to make bad choice in electing their representative.

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  • Deva, Pilar

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Again Wine found in Whisky Bottle ????????

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  • ca girishkk, m'lore/dxb

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Taking a clue from the previous reported news at national level.., ie., When we have probably a peeping PM...(even if it may be in an imaginary wishful dreams), who revealed metaphorically that our honorable Ex PM Dr MM Singh was taking bath by wearing rain coat...,

    No wonder...., the police is start peeping inside houses to find out the religious identity of people living inside home........!!!!!

    ...as the news goes on, concern is obvious ..., b'coz such instance happen in a place called -"KALLADKA"

    just an out of the box views & analysis...., let us enjoy the DOMBARATA..., one bye 2 CHAI+PAKODA... to table No. 42 ...!!!!

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Bantwal fools, such silly things.

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  • Indian, Coastal Mangaluru

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    What a situation! What beautiful democracy??
    Now we also need to take approval to visit our friends or relatives or colleagues from different cities or towns??
    When we sell our votes for peanuts, we get monkeys...... Where we have reached today!

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  • Truth Teller, Karnataka

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    I don't know what to say about this!. Visiting a colleagues house is also a crime!?. I think very soon all communities will work only in their communities and areas also will be demarcated!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Why all this Kolavari d ...

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  • John, MANGALORE

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Male or female in the coming future will not be able to visit outside their community friends house without leading to tension to those people who do not know the value of friendship or neighbours relationship.

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  • geoffrey, hat hill

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Time and again we are reiterating that we belong to the stone age.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Don t make this a big issue. Silly matter.

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  • Muhammad Rafique, kaup

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    i hope you are refering to unemployed chaddi gang, and look at the police instead of confronting those saffron goons they went to the

    i wish these goons help their own hindu Koraga families living in shambles in Kulshekar.

    And hope the police exhibit same proactiveness to stop moral.policing, drug menace, rapes and control law and order in the district.

    looks like police dept is only interested in supporting moral.policing and protecting cows

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  • Jhanavi, Udupi

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    In india its not only chaddi gang there are topi gangs aswell who interfere too much when their caste girl talks to other community boy or vise versa ... so stop blaming only one community... grow up... how many examples do you need from both hindu and muslim community who form gangs, name thier groups and create havoc... all these gangs are made by jobless people... so please i think its high time for blame games.. all are responsible for these acts...

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  • AKMAL, DUBAI

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Who made this an issue?????

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Police escorting the lady to the bus and ferrying from bus stop to house until the bedroom is India special.

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  • Langoolacharya, Belman / Washington,DC

    Thu, Jul 12 2018

    Kalladka Samachar...Bantwal Police don't have anything better to do than this???...

    Bele dantina A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    ...JH...

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