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2 Houses burgled for gold in Haleyangadi

Kinnigoli: Under Mulki police limits in Haleyamngadi Kelasibettu, 2 houses are burgled for gold by the burglars. The gold kept inside the cupboard is stolen by the thieves.

First house belonged to Janani and the thieves broke open the front door lock and entered the house. They broke open the cupboard with coconut peeling machine and stole 2 gold rings. Janani’s son stays in Mumbai so she goes to her brother’s place at night to sleep.

Later they robbed the house belonged to Hajira. They broke 3 cupboards at her house. They stole kids gold bracelet, gold ring and Hajira’s gold stud.

The burglars have used iron rod and house knife to break the door. Mulki police have inspecte the spot.

The investigation is going on.
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Haleangady separate road accidents: Two persons injured

Mulky: The highway work near Haleangady has led to partial closure of the road which is causing chaos among the vehicle goers. On Wednesday April 1, two persons suffered injuries in three separate accidents occurred here on national highway 66 signaling the need to speed up the road work.

A soft drink laden mini truck knocked down a woman pedestrian at Haleangady Junction, injuring the lady seriously. Sarita (32) a resident of Kolnad in Haleangady was the injured lady. She was admitted to a hospital.

In another incident a car hit a scooter near Sagu in Haleangady. The scooter rider suffered serious injuries, and was admitted into a hospital. A bus and truck collided with each other. In this incident, vehicles got damaged, and no one was injured.

These accidents would work as an eye opener for the people who have taken the contract of the highway work and speed up the work and the situation will be improved in few months.

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Robbers decamp with valuables from a house in Haleangady

Mulky: Robbers broke into a house in Haleangady on the late night of Friday March 6 and decamped with valuables.

Don Fernandese was staying in a rented house in Ramanagar here. Thieves entered into his house and made away with 25 gms of gold jewelry. Police along with sniffer dog squad and finger print experts reached the spot and investigation is on.  









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A name board written in Tulu script: Pro tulu organizations need to have a look

Haleangady: Demand for including Tulu language in the 8th column of the constitution is still going on. But no fruitful result has come out. Recognition for Tulu language has remained an unheard cry of the protesters. But the positive result of these fights and protests is that the people became more aware of the Tulu script now. The existence of one language depends on its popularity. So to make Tulu script popular the people of Pakshikere-Koikude chose an innovative idea. The youngsters of this village installed a board in which the name of the village is written in Tulu script.

The members of the local organisation named `Yuva Kesari’ have installed a board mentioning the name of their village in Tulu. Locals and pro tulu activists appreciated the work of the youths of this village. This is also an example for other pro tulu activists to spread awareness among the people about Tulu language and script.


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