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Karnataka Church blastd suspect Amir Ali arrested after 16 years

Karnataka church blasts: suspect arrested after 16 years
9:22 PM, August 9, 2016
India(Karnataka):Between June and July 2000, three blasts at churches took place at Bengaluru, Hubbali and Kalaburgi in Karnataka.

Karnataka police yesterday said they have arretsed a key accused in the 2000 Karnataka serial Church blasts case.The accused, Sheikh Amir alias Amir Ali (36), was arrested from Nalgonda in Andhra Pradesh by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

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Karnataka Church blastd suspect Amir Ali arrested after 16 years

Karnataka church blasts: suspect arrested after 16 years
9:22 PM, August 9, 2016
India(Karnataka):Between June and July 2000, three blasts at churches took place at Bengaluru, Hubbali and Kalaburgi in Karnataka.

Karnataka police yesterday said they have arretsed a key accused in the 2000 Karnataka serial Church blasts case.The accused, Sheikh Amir alias Amir Ali (36), was arrested from Nalgonda in Andhra Pradesh by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

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K'taka: 2 Bajrang Dal activists among 7 booked for 'attacking' Dalits

Chikmagaluru (Karnataka), Jul 24, 2016, PTI
The alleged attack on Dalits came to light yesterday after 'Komu Souharda Vedike', a forum for communal harmony, raised the issue.Seven persons, including two Bajrang Dal activists, have been booked on charge of attacking a Dalit family in their house here recently for alleged cow slaughter, police said today.
The alleged attack has come to light amid furore over the assault on Dalits in Gujarat's Una for allegedly skinning a cow.Police registered the case against seven locals on a counter-complaint by three Dalits, who were on July 10 booked for allegedly slaughtering the cow in their house under Jayapura police station limits.

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Karnataka, Hindu radicals against Catholic school: Do not "Christianize" the uniform

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Karnataka, Hindu radicals against Catholic school: Do not "Christianize" the uniform
Fomented by ultra-nationalist militants, some parents protest against the Mariambika English School. The new uniforms feature the institution's logo: a depiction of Mary, whose name in the local dialect is also the name of the school. Christian leader: "shameful accusations, the school will welcome students of all religions because of the quality of education it imparts."

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