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'Ashobaa' to bring rain in Karnataka
Karnataka is likely to receive moderate to heavy rainfall due to the fallout of a cyclonic storm 'Ashobaa' centred over Arabian Sea, the Met Office said on Tuesday.
 
Rain and thundershowers would also occur at most of the places in coastal Karnataka, at many places in north Karnataka and a few places over south Karnataka, the weather department officials said.
 
The Met Office has also forecast a cloudy sky with the possibility of rain or thunderstorm in Bengaluru on Tuesday.
 
The city received a rainfall of 0.6 mm on Monday, officials said.
 
Bengaluru is likely to see a maximum temperature of 31 degrees Celsius and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, officials said.
 
On Monday, the city recorded a maximum temperature of 31.2 degrees Celsius which is notch above the season's average while the minimum temperature was 21.2 degrees Celsius, a notch above the season's average.

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Deceased journalist's kin demand action against UP minister
The family of a social media journalist on Tuesday sought action against Uttar Pradesh minister Ram Moorti Verma for the latter's alleged role in the murderous attack on the scribe and his death.
 
Shahjahanpur-based journalist Jagendra Singh's family claimed that during a police raid on his house on June 1 - during which he allegedly received serious burn injuries - Gufran, an aide of the minister, was also present. 
 
The family also called for an independent probe into the whole matter leading to the death of Jagendra Singh. 
 
Before his death on late Monday night of 60 percent burn injuries, Jagendra accused Verma of "unleashing" a reign of terror on him and his family for his investigative reports and comments against Verma. 
 
The journalist alleged that he sustained burn injuries during a raid by Inspector Sriprakash Rai at his house in Awas Vikas Colony of Sadar Bazaar on June 1. 
 
He told Inspector General (Civil Defence) Amitabh Thakur at the civil hospital two days ago that he was attacked on April 28 also near his house by the minister's henchmen but no action was taken in the case. 
 
"He told me he was hounded for exposing Verma's alleged involvement in illegal mining and forced occupation of land," Thakur told IANS. 
 

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