CCB catch on display!
Police interrogates 400 for clues on blasts
Karnataka Home Minister, V.S Acharya, said the government and policewere in close touch with the Gujarat government and police followingpossible links between the Ahmedabad blasts and those in Bangalore."However, it is premature to comment on the issue", Dr. Acharya said.The state authorities continued to be vigilant in view of threatperceptions in the state. Meanwhile, following reports that Haywoodhad visited Bangalore on some occasions, police conducted aninvestigation into the activities of Haywood in the city, said GopalHosur, Joint Commissioner, Crime.http://www.mangalorean.com/news.php?newstype=broadcast&broadcastid=89889
Security: Committee asked to submit report
In view of threat from militants groups, the State government has setup a committee of senior officials - including police - to submit areport on the security to be provided to the various key installationsin the State. The Committee has been asked to submit its report within10 days.The decision was taken at a meeting of ministers and top officials ofthe Home, Energy, Irrigation and Revenue Departments. The InspectorGenerals of Police of six ranges also attended the meeting, which waschaired by Home Minister Dr V S Acharya.http://www.deccanherald.com/Content/Aug232008/state2008082386116.asp
Karnataka to tighten security at installations
Home Minister V.S. Acharya told presspersons here on Friday that theservices of one Indian Reserve Battalion of Raichur and two KarnatakaState Reserve Police battalions would be utilised to provide securityat installations such as Krishnaraja Sagar, Tungabhadra , Varahi,Almatti, Ghataprabha Malaprabha reservoirs; Raichur Thermal PowerStation, Bellary Thermal Power Station and major bridges.http://www.hindu.com/2008/08/23/stories/2008082360741200.htm