Full Coverage - Mangalore pub attack
Goa Home Minister dared Ram Sene chief Pramod Mutalik to enter the coastal state, saying locals themselves will send him back.
Tuesday , 17 March '09Goa Home Minister said that the state government will not allow Sri Ram Sene to set up a branch in the state.
Thursday , 5 March '09Sacked member of National Commission for Women Nirmala Venkatesh, whose position on the recent Mangalore pub attack had stirred up a big controversy, joined the BJP.
Saturday , 28 February '09L K Advani said there can be ‘no compromise’ on the issue of last month's attack on girls at a Mangalore pub as the act was ‘against Indian culture and ethos’.
Saturday , 28 February '09A day after the Government removed Nirmala Venkatesh from the NCW, Women and Child Development Minister Renuka Chowdhary defended the move saying the former had violated her mandate.
Thursday , 26 February '09A suspected case of moral policing was reported from Mangalore when couples at a juice shop were questioned regarding their religious affiliations.
Wednesday , 18 February '09A Mangalore magistrate's court ordered the filing of an FIR against Union Minister for Women and Child Welfare Renuka Chowdhury in a case registered by the Mangalore mayor, BJP's Ganesh Hosabettu, against her.
Tuesday , 17 February '09Renuka Chowdhury said that allegations being made against her were part of a 'political conspiracy' to divert attention from the 'actual issue'.
Friday , 13 February '09An outfit called the Sri Ram Sene first pulled the caveman act on young women in a pub in Mangalore dragging them by the hair, slapping and pushing them around.
Friday , 13 February '09Thousands of Indians, many fuming over a recent assault on women in a Mangalore pub, are vowing to fill bars on Valentine's Day and send cartons of pink panties to Sri Ram Sene that has branded outgoing females immoral.
Friday , 13 February '09Reacting to the attack on a pub in Mangalore by volunteers of Shri Ram Sene, Urdu papers have expressed their views on the broader context of India’s culture.
Monday , 9 February '09Terming Sri Ram Sene as a 'threat' to India, P Chidambaram said the Centre was watching its activities closely. Meanwhile, disassociating from Ram Sene, the RSS said it had no objection if the govt decided to ban the outfit.
Saturday , 7 February '09Coming down heavily on the BJP government in Karnataka in the wake of Mangalore incidents, Renuka Chowdhury said there was a ‘breakdown’ of law and order in the state.
Saturday , 7 February '09Terming the attack on an MLA's daughter in Mangalore as 'heinous', the BJP said that there was a need for a thorough inquiry into the incident.
Friday , 6 February '09The National Commission for Women decided not to accept the report filed by Nirmala Venkatesh on the Mangalore pub attacks.
Thursday , 5 February '09Unfazed by the outrage over its attack on a Mangalore pub, the self-styled moral brigade of Sri Rama Sene threatened to forcibly ‘marry off’ couples dating in public on Valentine's Day.
Tuesday , 3 February '09Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy, says a poster quoting Benjamin Franklin adorning the walls of Froth on Top Pub...
Monday , 2 February '09Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan on Sunday said he did not support the pub culture, but the issue was not worth the fuss....
Sunday , 1 February '09With the debate about youth visiting pubs still raging, a survey conducted by an NGO has revealed staggering facts about underage drinking in the Capital.
Sunday , 1 February '09Maha CM Chavan has said that he did not support the pub culture, but it was not an issue that was worth the fuss.