Muslim Man Hacked to Death By Masked Assailants Inside Clothing Store

New Delhi: A 23-year-old man was hacked to death inside a clothing store Surathkal region, in Karnataka’s Dakshina Kannada district. The murder was captured by the CCTV camera, and the assailants were four masked men.

After the murder, police imposed Section 144 in Surathkal, Panambur, Mulky and Bajpe police limits for two days till Saturday morning, Indian Express reported.

The victim has been identified as Fazil, 23, a local businessman. Police said he was initially attacked outside the Bee Jay’s clothing store while he was chatting with a friend. The assailants chased him with a machete and cornered him inside the store, hacking him to death. Other store workers tried to stop them by throwing objects from a distance, but were unsuccessful.

While the motive of the murder is not immediately clear, there appears to be a link between Fazil’s killing the murder of a BJP youth worker that occurred in the Sullia region of the district on the evening of July 26.

“At around 8 pm, a 23-year-old youth was attacked with weapons by a group of four or five men. We have gathered some information from an eyewitness who was standing with him when the attack occurred and others at the spot. A case has been registered at the Surathkal police station and we are ascertaining why the murder occurred,” Mangaluru police commissioner N. Shashikumar said.

Security has been beefed up in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts in view of the tense situation, police said on Friday. Schools and colleges in Suratkal, Bajpe, Mulki and Pannambur police station limits will remain closed today.

Two residents of Bellare have been arrested in connection with BJP Yuva Morcha activist Praveen Nettar’s murder, investigation is on to nab the assailants of Fazil.

Meanwhile, a large number of people

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A ‘boozy’ boutique: Two breast cancer survivors open new clothing store in Chamberlain – Mitchell Republic

CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. — What do you get when you combine two best friends who have shared an incredibly similar journey?

A boozy clothing store named the BFF’S Sip and Shop Boutique.

Rochelle Hopkins and Jen Lauritsen were diagnosed with the same breast cancer, shared the same oncologists and the same surgeons. Only when Lauritsen decided on a specific preschool did she, by sheer happenstance, run into Rochelle, and from then on, they were joined at the hip.

“It was an instant connection,” said Lauritsen, who’s originally from Mitchell. “We’d been through a lot of the same journey.”

Lauritsen credits the idea of BFF’S Sip and Shop Boutique to Hopkins, who she claims has always wanted to open a clothing store. Combined with the fun idea to be able to enjoy a beverage of the shoppers’ choice, BFF’S became a reality.

Theirs is a journey no one wants to travel, yet they have both stayed relatively optimistic in the face of adversity with the hopes of helping others stay positive.

“If I could go back and never have cancer, would I chose that? No, I wouldn’t,” Hopkins said. “It’s the reason I’m the person I am today and the reason I’m right where I should be.”

BFF’S Sip and Shop Boutique is much more than just a little shop for clothes — it’s a community for survivors like Laurtisen and Hopkins.

“The meaning behind the name is actually ‘Beauty, Fashion, Faith, Survivors’,” Lauritsen explained. “We really just wanted to create a community and support system for people who have been through similar experiences to ours.”

The community, in turn, has responded with unconditional support. After their grand opening at the end of May, sales have been up and everything seems to be going rather smoothly.

“The community has been everything,”

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New kids’ clothing store to open at Foothills mall

Patrons walk through the Foothills mall in Fort Collins, Colo. on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021.

Patrons walk through the Foothills mall in Fort Collins, Colo. on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021.

A popular children’s clothing store plans to open at Foothills mall in Midtown Fort Collins in the coming months.

Carter’s requested a building permit in June from the city of Fort Collins to finish a space at 170 E. Foothills Pkwy., No. 130, which is part of the Foothills mall redevelopment.

The space is across Foothills Parkway from the enclosed mall and is expected to open adjacent to the Skechers shoe store.

Foothills representatives referred all questions to Carter’s. Carter’s representatives did not respond to repeated emails seeking comment.

Carter’s, which includes its subsidiary OshKosh B’Gosh, has several stores in the Denver metro area but hasn’t had one in Northern Colorado since its outlet closed at the Outlets in Loveland within the last few years.

Founded by William Carter in 1865 in Massachusetts, the Carter family owned the business until 1990. Carter’s created its “just One You” spinoff clothing line for Target stores and later created exclusive lines for Walmart and Amazon.

Carter’s bought OshKosh B’Gosh in 2005 for $312 million. Today it sells clothing for babies, infants, toddlers, kids sizes 4 to 7 and youth sizes 5 to 14. It acquired Skip Hop Inc., a New York-based infant and child product company in 2017 and now markets products under its Carter’s brand, OshKosh B’gosh and Skip Hop.

It sells Just One You, Precious Firsts and Genuine Kids at Target; Child of Mine at Walmart; and Simple Joys through Amazon.

The company is headquartered in Atlanta.

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What’s happening at the mall?

The addition of Carter’s at

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