NITK received the first ISTE-KIIT National Award for Best Technical University Award during the inaugural ceremony of the 39th National Convention
The youth wing of Jamathe Islami Hind, DK district, organized a rally from Jyothi Circle, ending with an awareness meet in front of the DCs office on Dec 18, Friday.
Fr Muller Charitable Institutions celebrated Christmas in a colorful manner today in the premises of the Fr. Muller Hospital.
The Diocese of Mangalore will organize a 5-day “Mega Bible Exhibition” on the campus of Milagres Junior college in Mangalore as a fitting end to the Year of Convention of the Faithful celebrations
‘Sauhardha Christmas 2009’ was celebrated on Thursday 17th December at Karnataka Theological College, Balmatta
The valedictory programme of the 2-day District Police Annual Sports Meet was organized today on the police training grounds at Mangalore.
The MMA conferred the Outstanding Manager Award 2009 on Dr P Dayanand Pai, the managing director of Century Group, at an Awards Ceremony held at SDM College on Dec 16, Wednesday.
K S Hegde Hospital (KSHEMA) inaugurated its sophisticated and well-equipped haemodialysis unit on Dec 16, 2009.
MV Kota Nabil, the main line container vessel of Pacific International Lines arrived at New Mangalore Port today
Karnataka Bank Limited (KBL), Mangalore-based private bank opens its 461st branch in Brahmapur, Orissa
Unidentified miscreants damaged the recently constructed grotto of St Antony, situated in the premises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Kolagiri, near Kallianpur, in Udupi on Dec 15, Tuesday.
V Ponnuraj, the deputy commissioner, inaugurated the 2-day police sports tournament, which will be held on the police grounds in Mangalore on Dec 16, Monday
Varada, a tigress that resides in Dr. Shivaram Karanth Biological Park in Pilikula, recently gave birth to a healthy male cub.
MCF and the Department of Factories and Boilers, GOK, Mangalore jointly organized a seminar titled “Emergency Medical Management in Industrial Disaster”.
The Yeshwanthpur-Mangalore train was quickly transformed into the Yeshwanthpur-Kannur train and moved toward Kannur in Kerala.