Bengaluru Police News
The statement comes after the Congress on Friday asked whether the FBI is in India to investigate an alleged 'Bitcoin scam' which the party had accused the BJP government in Karnataka of covering up last year
According to cops, Bad Nagu alias 'Bad Naga' used the birds as bait for robbing homes in Bengaluru
Despite my own shamefully perverse, unending fascination with the genre, Crime Stories: India Detectives is precisely the kind of show I binge hard, but find equally hard to recommend.
As per police, a two-and-a-half-year-old girl child has barely survived the trauma and is undergoing treatment
Model Hitesha Chandranee posted about the incident on Twitter and tagged the city police, who asked her to provide her address. Police said that the accused was arrested shortly after
Leaping flames and thick black smoke triggered panic among the public as the unit was located in the middle of a residential colony in Bapuji Nagar. Some vehicles were also gutted in the fire
Bengaluru violence: SIT formed for 'detailed' probe; BSY says will recover cost of damage from 'accused'
At least, 35 accused were arrested on Sunday in connection with Bengaluru violence, taking the total number of arrests in the case to 340
At least 10 shops were gutted when a fire broke through Bengaluru’s Shivaji Nagar on Wednesday night
Woman arrested in Bengaluru for holding 'Kashmir Mukti, Dalit Mukti, Muslim Mukti' placard at right-wing rally, remanded to 14-days judicial custody
A day after pro-Pakistan slogans were raised by an agitator at an anti-CAA event here, a young woman was arrested on Friday for holding a "Kashmir Mukti (liberation), Dalit Mukti, Muslim Mukti" placard at a counter-protest in the city, police said
Bengaluru Police arrests six SDPI members for attacking RSS worker in pro-CAA rally; terror module planned to target BJP MP Tejasvi Surya
According to the Bengaluru Police Commissioner, the SDPI members were being paid Rs 10,000 per month from their handlers to carry out their agenda. The matter has now been handed over to the Anti-Terror Squad.
Ahead of the 15 December Karnataka bypolls, the Bangalore Police has lodged an FIR against former Karnataka chief ministers Siddaramaiah and HD Kumaraswamy on charges of sedition and defamation based on a lower court order
KPL match-fixing scandal: Bengaluru police announce formation of special investigative team to go deeper into incident
A special investigation team has been formed to go deeper into the match-fixing scandal that has rocked the Karnataka Premier League (KPL), Bengaluru police commissioner Bhaskar Rao said on Wednesday.
CBI raids ex-Bengaluru police commissioner Alok Kumar's residence, interrogates him in Karnataka phone tapping case
A team of 20 Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials on Thursday conducted a raid at the residence of Bengaluru's former Police Commissioner, Alok Kumar, and interrogated him on the alleged phone tapping during former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy's 14 month tenure.
Bengaluru family's 'suicide pact' goes awry as man in debt of Rs 5 lakh 'forcefully' hangs son, wife before daughter stops him
A man was arrested in Karnataka's Bengaluru after he allegedly hanged his wife and 12-year-old son to death in a bid to commit mass suicide on Sunday.
Man killed in explosion near Congress MLA's Munirathna Bengaluru home; legislator says he knew victim's family
A man was killed in an explosion at the posh Vyalikaval area near the residence of Congress MLA Munirathna on Sunday morning, police said.
As stories of experiencing sexual harassment in India go, Indira Pillai's isn't uncommon. It's what happened after that makes it unusual.
Vijay Mallya has been declared a proclaimed offender by the court on 4 January for evading its summons in the case
The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti claimed on Saturday that Amol Kale, arrested on Thursday for his alleged involvement in the killing of journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh, left the organisation in 2008 because of "personal reasons".
Postcard News founder Mahesh Vikram Hegde arrested by Bengaluru Crime Branch for spreading fake news
The Bengaluru Crime Branch has arrested Mahesh Vikram Hegde, founder of Postcard News, for spreading fake news of Muslims attacking a Jain monk
Bengaluru court rejects bail plea of Karnataka Congress MLA NA Haris' son Mohammad Nalapad in pub assault case
A court in Bengaluru on Friday rejected the bail plea of a Congress legislator's son, charged with attempt to murder for allegedly assaulting a man at a pub