Ameen Khan


'Ameen Khan' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Congress's Ameen Khan Turns Emotional In Assembly Recalling Dead Cow

    Congress's Ameen Khan Turns Emotional In Assembly Recalling Dead Cow

    Congress lawmaker Ameen Khan Monday turned emotional while recounting his attachments to cows during the debate on the governor's address to the Rajasthan Assembly.

  • Rajasthan Minister asked to quit for his remarks against Patil

    Rajasthan Minister asked to quit for his remarks against Patil

    Rajasthan Minister Ameen Khan, who has created a controversy by his remarks that Pratibha Patil was "rewarded" with the post of President for her loyalty to the Gandhi family, has been asked to resign.Sources said Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot asked Khan, Minister of State for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, to put in his papers in the wake of ...

  • Dell techie's relatives use Facebook for information on killer

    Dell techie's relatives use Facebook for information on killer

    Even as the Bangalore police probing the murder of Dell employee Payal Sureka remained tight-lipped on the progress of the case, her relatives have taken the cyber route in the hope of finding clues that may lead to the murderer. Gaurav Gupta, cousin of the deceased, requested Payal's friends and colleagues at Dell on the social networking site Fac...

  • Mob sets school bus on fire

    The accident occurred around 4.45 pm. After the children were all evacuated and taken for treatment to different hospitals, an irate mob set the bus on fire, around 6.30 pm. Even fire tenders which arrived at the spot were unable to start work, as the gathered mob obstructed them. By the time the tempers were dealt with, the bus had been completely...

  • Drunken Ivory Coast national knocks down four in Bangalore

    Reckless drunken drivers knocking down pedestrians at night is nothing new, but an Ivory Coast national did the unthinkable by knocking down four pedestrians under the influence of alcohol in broad daylight.Phillip Calleo, 24, a BCA student at the Ambedkar College, knocked down four pedestrians at the Sigma Mall Junction on the busy Cunningham Road...

  • Anti-graft police caught special deputy commisioner accepting bribe

    The Lokayukta sleuths, on Monday, arrested special deputy commissioner (Bangalore, Urban) Ramanjaneya while accepting Rs 50,000 as bribe from a landowner of Bommasandra in Anekal Taluk. The Lokayukta, on the basis of a complaint by Narayanaswamy, the landowner, laid a trap and caught Ramanjaneya red-handed. Narayanswamy stated that Ramanjaneya had ...

  • Women bring crude handguns to Bangalore goons

    Illegal firearms smugglers are increasingly employing women to ferry the consignments by rail to escape scrutiny by the police.The firearms are brought to the city from Uttar Pradesh and Mumbai. The buyers are expected to foot the bill of travel and boarding of the women, besides paying the price of the illegal weapon.A source, privy to the illegal...

  • Army jawan stabbed to death at Bangalore Railway station

    Thirty one-year-old Nautinder Singh, a jawan of 27 Punjab Regiment of the Army, was killed by a gang of robbers in a shocking incident at the Railway station on Sunday afternoon.Singh had rushed to help a Railway Protection Force (RPF) constable nab four robbers who had robbed a group of young women travellers of mobile phones and cash at knife-poi...

  • Super bikes come to Bangalore, part-by-part

    The craze for super bikes has given rise to smugglers, who bring knocked down parts of such mean machines into the country to evade tax. Bike parts mostly brought in from Dubai and Thailand are re-assembled here, and then passed on to the customer.According to sources privy to the super bike market in the city, the customers would have to make a no...

  • Bangalore: Alert student exposes fake firm that conducted campus interview

    Two persons were detained after a company, suspected to be a fictitious one, conducted a campus recruitment programme and collected money from students of RBANMS College near Ulsoor Lake Circle.Clarifying that the two persons, who had collected money from job aspirants, were not arrested, police said they were being detained to net the company's 's...

  • Hoax bomb threat call to Infosys campus in Bangalore

    Hoax bomb threat call to Infosys campus in Bangalore

    The Infosys campus in Bangalore turned into a fortress on Thursday after it received a bomb threat call from an anonymous caller. However, the call turned out to be a hoax after a thorough search. Police said that the office received a call around 9 am stating that a bomb has been planted inside the campus and that it may go off any time. The recep...

  • Biker suffers head injuries after tree branch falls on him

    A 33-year-old man suffered minor injuries after the branch of a tree fell on him near Binny Mills Main Road leading to Magadi Road Junction on Friday. The incident happened following heavy rains which lashed the city on Thursday night causing several trees to fall off. The man, identified as Naresh Kumar, a private company employee, was going on hi...

  • Housewife's murder was past love gone sour

    Police investigating the case of Malarvizhi, a housewife who was brutally murdered in her BTM Layout II Stage residence on Monday, confirmed that the 25-year-old woman had a physical relationship with the accused. They, however, did not rule out the possibility of rape. Malarvizhi and Balasubramanyam tied the knot just two months ago on August...

'Ameen Khan' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Congress's Ameen Khan Turns Emotional In Assembly Recalling Dead Cow

    Congress's Ameen Khan Turns Emotional In Assembly Recalling Dead Cow

    Congress lawmaker Ameen Khan Monday turned emotional while recounting his attachments to cows during the debate on the governor's address to the Rajasthan Assembly.

  • Rajasthan Minister asked to quit for his remarks against Patil

    Rajasthan Minister asked to quit for his remarks against Patil

    Rajasthan Minister Ameen Khan, who has created a controversy by his remarks that Pratibha Patil was "rewarded" with the post of President for her loyalty to the Gandhi family, has been asked to resign.Sources said Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot asked Khan, Minister of State for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, to put in his papers in the wake of ...

  • Dell techie's relatives use Facebook for information on killer

    Dell techie's relatives use Facebook for information on killer

    Even as the Bangalore police probing the murder of Dell employee Payal Sureka remained tight-lipped on the progress of the case, her relatives have taken the cyber route in the hope of finding clues that may lead to the murderer. Gaurav Gupta, cousin of the deceased, requested Payal's friends and colleagues at Dell on the social networking site Fac...

  • Mob sets school bus on fire

    The accident occurred around 4.45 pm. After the children were all evacuated and taken for treatment to different hospitals, an irate mob set the bus on fire, around 6.30 pm. Even fire tenders which arrived at the spot were unable to start work, as the gathered mob obstructed them. By the time the tempers were dealt with, the bus had been completely...

  • Drunken Ivory Coast national knocks down four in Bangalore

    Reckless drunken drivers knocking down pedestrians at night is nothing new, but an Ivory Coast national did the unthinkable by knocking down four pedestrians under the influence of alcohol in broad daylight.Phillip Calleo, 24, a BCA student at the Ambedkar College, knocked down four pedestrians at the Sigma Mall Junction on the busy Cunningham Road...

  • Anti-graft police caught special deputy commisioner accepting bribe

    The Lokayukta sleuths, on Monday, arrested special deputy commissioner (Bangalore, Urban) Ramanjaneya while accepting Rs 50,000 as bribe from a landowner of Bommasandra in Anekal Taluk. The Lokayukta, on the basis of a complaint by Narayanaswamy, the landowner, laid a trap and caught Ramanjaneya red-handed. Narayanswamy stated that Ramanjaneya had ...

  • Women bring crude handguns to Bangalore goons

    Illegal firearms smugglers are increasingly employing women to ferry the consignments by rail to escape scrutiny by the police.The firearms are brought to the city from Uttar Pradesh and Mumbai. The buyers are expected to foot the bill of travel and boarding of the women, besides paying the price of the illegal weapon.A source, privy to the illegal...

  • Army jawan stabbed to death at Bangalore Railway station

    Thirty one-year-old Nautinder Singh, a jawan of 27 Punjab Regiment of the Army, was killed by a gang of robbers in a shocking incident at the Railway station on Sunday afternoon.Singh had rushed to help a Railway Protection Force (RPF) constable nab four robbers who had robbed a group of young women travellers of mobile phones and cash at knife-poi...

  • Super bikes come to Bangalore, part-by-part

    The craze for super bikes has given rise to smugglers, who bring knocked down parts of such mean machines into the country to evade tax. Bike parts mostly brought in from Dubai and Thailand are re-assembled here, and then passed on to the customer.According to sources privy to the super bike market in the city, the customers would have to make a no...

  • Bangalore: Alert student exposes fake firm that conducted campus interview

    Two persons were detained after a company, suspected to be a fictitious one, conducted a campus recruitment programme and collected money from students of RBANMS College near Ulsoor Lake Circle.Clarifying that the two persons, who had collected money from job aspirants, were not arrested, police said they were being detained to net the company's 's...

  • Hoax bomb threat call to Infosys campus in Bangalore

    Hoax bomb threat call to Infosys campus in Bangalore

    The Infosys campus in Bangalore turned into a fortress on Thursday after it received a bomb threat call from an anonymous caller. However, the call turned out to be a hoax after a thorough search. Police said that the office received a call around 9 am stating that a bomb has been planted inside the campus and that it may go off any time. The recep...

  • Biker suffers head injuries after tree branch falls on him

    A 33-year-old man suffered minor injuries after the branch of a tree fell on him near Binny Mills Main Road leading to Magadi Road Junction on Friday. The incident happened following heavy rains which lashed the city on Thursday night causing several trees to fall off. The man, identified as Naresh Kumar, a private company employee, was going on hi...

  • Housewife's murder was past love gone sour

    Police investigating the case of Malarvizhi, a housewife who was brutally murdered in her BTM Layout II Stage residence on Monday, confirmed that the 25-year-old woman had a physical relationship with the accused. They, however, did not rule out the possibility of rape. Malarvizhi and Balasubramanyam tied the knot just two months ago on August...

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