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Bengaluru: Conman arrested for duping college students with fake job-offers

27 Jul 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
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32-year-old Ganesh was arrested in Bengaluru for tricking 45 students of a college in Kodagu district by posing as a fake hiring agent and giving fake job offers from IT majors.

Police said Ganesh took Rs. 10,000 from each of them as fees.

On finding about it, college principal filed police complaint against Ganesh for misleading the students.

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