Female Trio Posing as Pilgrims and Thieving Arrested in Subrahmanya

Subrahmanya: Shanta, Shobha and Surekha, three young women hailing from Koppal district, were arrested by the Subrahmanya police on Thursday.

They were found to have come with the intention of stealing in the guise of pilgrims. They appeared to be part of a gang which arrived by a vehicle.

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The police on their patrol beat found the trio standing in dubious circumstances near the Savari Mantap in the early hours. When the police approached, they tried to escape in the vehicle driven by a male associate.

While the police managed to catch the women after a chase, the driver, named as Prashant Dhawan, is said to have escaped.

When interrogated, they admitted to having executed petty thefts around the place.


  1. Joker Praveena Pinto,
    I understand – you are still learning to read in your anganawaadi class. Try again – the names are in the report unlike the reports from Mangaluru vimaana nildaana!!! smiles…

  2. Try again – the names are in the report unlike the reports from Mangaluru vimaana nildaana!!! smiles… – Joker RampaNNA

    THAT is EXACTLY the point. When there are names, you make it your life’s mission to copy-paste them! What exactly for – God and Rampa alone know?

    When there are no names, you throw-up a tantrum demanding that names be published. You turn purple in the face and froth from the mouth. Do you expect the editors to cook-up names coz you have NOTHING better to do and have this indescribable but insatiable itch that EVEN Itchguard and/or Canesten can’t cure?

    See what a joke you have been reduced to! But then, that’s life! Get on with it. 🙂

  3. “THAT is EXACTLY the point” writes Joker Praveena Pinto after totally missing my point!!!! Oh my!!! LOL LOL LOL

    I have to ask – How does ‘Beef Club’ produce so many geniuses? LOL Learn the difference between ‘trend’ and ‘isolated incident’, you will be able to see my point. If it wasn’t for your self-inflicted ignorance, you could have easily understood the media bias that always tries to protect the identity of certain groups while showing no such restraints with sanaathana groups. Again, I have no illusion here and you are going to miss this point as well. You better get back to dinka-dinka songs and aping your foreign masters!! LOL

  4. Learn the difference between ‘trend’ and ‘isolated incident’ – Maha Murudu Joker called RAMPA

    Hello Joker’ji. Wasn’t it YOU who passed off those fatal shootings in your ‘sasuraal Yumreeka’ – numbering MORE shootings in in a year than the no. of days in 2015?

    And you had the temerity and audacity to brush it off as a – “stray incident”?

  5. Fatal shootings? Why do you jump from one topic to another and finally blame US? Is it because of your ‘bhagna kanasu’ following rejected visa? Here in US, there is plenty of discussion around gun violence unlike incidents at mangaluru vimaana nildaana!! Minority groups and media are desperately trying to hide the identity of those criminals for reasons well known to trained eyes!! Again, these things are hard for you to understand as you spent most of your life either in the remote regions of Saudi or some obscure neighborhoods in mangaluru. Your dinka-dinka intellectual level hardly qualifies you for any meaningful discussions.

  6. Trained eyes? Joker…. you have EYES ONLY on mangalooru ‘eemaana’ nildhana. I guess that is because you come to Mlore once in a decade because your texan boss keeps you in a sweat-shop!

    And whenever he lets you off for a week or so, ALL you do is visit your blessed Murudeshwara. Good going ya Rampu.

    By now, EVEN Donalda Trumpa and Aunt Hilarious must have sold-off their TV’s and are ‘tuning-into’ YOUR Jokes. Once again, good going. 🙂

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