B S Yeddyurappa, the chief minister of Karnataka, inaugurated Alva’s Virasat 2010, a mega national-level cultural festival in Moodubidri.
Khusro Qureshi, the chairman of the Minorities Commission, visited Mangalore in order to evaluate the development projects undertaken here.
Vijay Puthran, country head of Louise Cruises India was in Mangalore promoting Louise Cruise package tour
’B R Shetty, owns 100th and 114th floors in Burj Khalifa, Dubai. "What better address than this" says Shetty.
Former minister Shobha Karandlaje says that her resignation has not affected her political fortunes as she remains in close touch with the chief minister and reports to him.
Deputy Commissioner V Ponnuraj inaugurated the 2-day workshop on solid waste management in the auditorium of the DC’s office on Jan 5, Tuesday.
The officers of Wenlock Hospital were shaken when MP Nalin Kumar Kateel paid a surprise visit early this morning.
The people of Kavoor and Kuloor blocked the main Kuloor-Kavoor road on Jan 4, Monday under the leadership of the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI).
Samudaaya Mangalore, organized its district level cultural Jatha with a series of cultural awareness programmes and street plays in front of DC’s office on January 4, 2010.
Alvas Educational Foundation organized a stupendous art event that will make an entry into the Limca Book of Records. During this event, called “Alva’s Varna Jagrithi”.
Mangalore Konkani Catholics have observed the first Sunday of this year to rally together and "Witness to JESUS CHRIST in Peace and harmony" like every year.
Shree Kollur Mookambika bus plying from Moodushedde to Kankanady crash into an electric post at Kulshekar due to drunken driving.
Five alumni of St Aloysius College received the Eminent Aloysian Awards at Seminar Hall, AIMIT, St Aloysius Management and Information Technology campus at Beeri, Kotekar, in Ullal, on Jan 3, Sunday.
The old classmates of 1966-76 batch of St. Aloysius School, Mangalore held a class mates reunion on Sunday, 27th December 2009. This batch has joined first standard in 1966.
As part of a private party initiative, water sports have been introduced in Mermaid Island near Sultan Battery, similar to those in Panambur Beach.