Tag: Hanur Temple Tragedy

Six discharged victims hospitalised again at Kollegal
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Six discharged victims hospitalised again at Kollegal

December 24, 2018

Chamarajanagar: Six poison victims, who underwent treatment at a private hospital in Mysuru and discharged recently, have been admitted to Kollegal General Hospital again. Palaniyamma, Madamma, Madha, Eeranna, Soundarya and Aravi are the ones who have been admitted to the hospital again following severe stomach pain. District Minister C. Puttarangashetty, MLA R. Narendra, ZP President…

Hanur Temple Tragedy: Maramma Temple wears a deserted look
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Hanur Temple Tragedy: Maramma Temple wears a deserted look

December 24, 2018

Chamarajanagar:  The Kichguth Maramma Temple at Sulwadi in Hanur taluk of the district, which was attracting devotees from nearby areas everyday, now wears a deserted look after the Dec.14 tragedy, in which 17 people lost their lives and several others took ill after consuming ‘prasadam’ laced with poison offered at the Temple. The Maramma Temple…

Sinister plan was hatched at Mahadevaswamy’s farm house
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Sinister plan was hatched at Mahadevaswamy’s farm house

December 23, 2018

Mysuru:  Stage-by-stage and point-to-point investigation and examination of the accused by the Police in the Sulwadi Maramma Temple prasadam poisoning case where 17 persons have so far lost their lives has revealed many inner details of the crime. Police have gone deep into the case and are listing out minute details to make the case…

Temple tragedy toll mounts to 17
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Temple tragedy toll mounts to 17

December 23, 2018

Mysuru:  A 45-year-old victim of the Sulwadi prasadam poisoning incident breathed his last at Suyog Hospital in city yesterday, taking the death toll in the incident to 17. According to hospital authorities, Rangan hailed from Doreswamy Medu, Hanur Taluk in Chamarajanagar and was working as a daily wager. He breathed his last at 3.15 pm….

Accused stage high drama
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Accused stage high drama

December 22, 2018

Chamarajanagar: Ambika, accused No.2 in the Kichguth Maramma  Temple tragedy at Sulwadi in Hanur taluk of Chamarajanagar, in which 16 people have so far died after eating prasadam laced with poison, enacted a high drama on Friday, accusing Police officers of planting evidence in her house to implicate her in the case. Police brought Ambika,…

Four temple tragedy victims discharged from Gopala Gowda Hospital
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Four temple tragedy victims discharged from Gopala Gowda Hospital

December 22, 2018

Mysuru: Four temple tragedy victims, who were undergoing treatment at Gopala Gowda Shanthaveri Memorial Hospital at Nazarbad in city, were discharged yesterday. They were discharged in the presence of Chamarajanagar DHO. On Dec.14, six persons who had consumed the poison prasadam, were admitted to the hospital where they were treated at the ICU. Later, four…

Hanur Temple Tragedy: Death toll rises to 16
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Hanur Temple Tragedy: Death toll rises to 16

December 21, 2018

Mysuru:  The death toll in the Temple prasadam poisoning tragedy has risen to 16 following the death of Nagesh of Sulwadi village here  this morning. Nagesh (45), son of Madaiah breathed his last unable to respond to the treatment at JSS hospital. He was shifted to JSS Hospital on a ventilator after he developed health complications…

Unfazed Seer walks coolly while Ambika covers her face
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Unfazed Seer walks coolly while Ambika covers her face

December 20, 2018

Kollegal:  The Ramapura Police have booked Immadi Mahadevaswamy alias Devanna Buddhi, Ambika, her husband Madesha and Doddaiah Tambadi under IPC Sections 302 (murder), 307 (attempt to murder), 120 B (conspiracy) and Section 118 (endangering the lives of others). All the accused were produced before Kollegal Judge Srikanth at around 8.45 pm yesterday and they have…

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