Here is a glaring case of administrative apathy towards the problems of the fishermen. A century and a half old light house located at Hoigebazar in the city
No need to throw out the chocolate, booze, and carbs. Pope Francis has a different idea for fasting this year.
Shopping online can be fun. There are lots of discounts, all the products are available in single place, in most of the cases you can compare products very well
Mangaloreans do think that they are a cut above the rest -a superior highly intelligent breed. But, as the yanks would say they aint seen nothing yet!
OPEN LETTER to the President of India dated 01 February 2015 by Maj Gen S.G.Vombatkere, VSM (Retd)
In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo murders, Russell Brand asks, what is the cause of such violence? How should we respond personally and collectively?
It will be a while before the party accepts the need for complete overhaul and starts its slow trek back to political power management.
The year of the ’chaiwallah’: The year 2014 could well have been an exceptional year for modern India’s political history.
Volunteers powering the ‘Kiss of Love’ smoochfest in Bengaluru have dug in their heels, announcing they will not back down over plans to hold protests against moral policing
The much-hyped ‘kiss of love’ campaign to protest against growing moral policing has fizzled out after the police rounded up 50-odd activists...
Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Monday unveiled a 10-point agenda that would help make India the third largest economy by 2043
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in the Delhi Assembly during its special session called for anti-corruption Jan Lokpal Bill, in New Delhi on Friday.
Arvind Kejriwal, who had risen like a righteously indignant messiah railing against petty corruption...and politicisation of crime, is in danger of losing his moral high ground.
The Congress hand continues to support the Aam Aadmi Party, but the foreign hand that funds the party liberally is beginning to pull back.
"We are newcomers in politics. We’ll make mistakes and learn from them," said Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal days before he was to take oath as the chief minister of Delhi.