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Robbery at Jain temple in Bangalore

A gang of unidentified persons robbed a Jain temple situated on Akkipet main road in Bangalore after attacking the security guards and damaging CCTV cameras in the early hours of Sunday.

They made away with valuables worth Rs. 25 lakh including donation box and other gold ornaments, police said.

The burglars gained entry by breaking open the backdoor of the temple and used chloroform to render the security guards unconscious before ransacking the temple premises and looting the valuables..

The burglars have also damaged the CCTV cameras before fleeing with the booty.

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RSS and Bajrang Dal Workers Attack the Sunday Prayer Service in Bangalore

Yelahanka New Town, Bangalore North: 10-09-2013 –Pastor William John is the pastor in charge of the Living Hope Church in Yelahanka New Town in Bangalore North. It is a House Church and he has a congregation of about 70 believers. The church is housed in a rented building called the CNR Building. During the last 10 years the pastor has been steadily spreading the message of Christ and arranging worship services in different places in the same area during the last 10 years.

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Bangalore Life Challenge Centre Attacked


Kammanahalli, Bangalore: 26-6-2013 – Pastor Dr. P.M. John is involved in the ministry of de-addiction and helps alcoholics and drug addicts to come out of this evil of addiction and live sober lives as normal members of society. He is the director of the centre called Bangalore Life Challenge where he houses these unfortunate people and tries to wean them away from that curse of addiction. The centre is situated on Logos Street, R.S. Palya, Kammanahalli Road, Bangalore-560033.

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Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah cracks whip on moral policing

Siddaramaiah sought a detailed report on moral policing incidents in the past few years, and directed police to act tough on the perpetrators.

BANGALORE: Curbing moral policing in Karnataka's coastal region tops the agenda of the new Congress government. Chief minister Siddaramaiah cracked the whip at his first meeting with bureaucrats on Tuesday, where he discussed instances of moral policing in the Mangalore region.

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