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Pillion rider dies in tragic bike mishap at Bendur
Pillion rider dies in tragic bike mishap at Bendur

In a tragic incident, a youngster who was riding pillion on a bike lost his life after the bike rammed into the police traffic control box at Bendur  on  August 20.

Jodupala tragedy : 23 yr old Mohith loses parents, 2 sisters
Jodupala tragedy : 23 yr old Mohith loses parents, 2 sisters

"On Thursday morning my twin sister Monisha  had called me and enquired about my  well being. I enquired about other family members.

Bearys Cultural Forum distributes scholarships to meritorious students
Bearys Cultural Forum distributes scholarships to meritorious students

Nearly 500 meritorious  students of Dakshina Kannada  and Udupi districts received  scholarships while 55 deserving women were provided sewing machines

Revenue Minister R V Deshpande visits Jodupala land slip site
Revenue Minister R V Deshpande visits Jodupala land slip site

Relief and rescue operations were undertaken at Jodupala where a massive land slip was reported recently. Search is on by the NDRF team for the two missing persons.

Bethany releases nun’s eco book in city
Bethany releases nun’s eco book in city

The Bethany Sisters (BS) Congregation, native to Mangalore, at the annual meet of the key leaders from all over India of the  congregation’s leading ’Socio Medical Apostolate’

Relief materials for Kodagu, Kerala, milk by DKMU
Relief materials for Kodagu, Kerala, milk by DKMU

Dakshina Kannada district administration has started collecting relief materials to be sent to neighbouring Kodagu district and Kerala.

Charmadi Ghat remains sole link for  Dakshina Kannada
Charmadi Ghat remains sole link for Dakshina Kannada

Shiradi Ghat on the Mangaluru-Bengaluru NH is closed down for traffic and Sampaje Ghat on the Mangaluru-Mani-Mysuru NH unlikely to be opened soon considering

Minister Deshpande for expert panel to study landslides in region
Minister Deshpande for expert panel to study landslides in region

Speaking to media while visiting the landslide affected areas in Jodupala on the border of DK-Kodagu districts on August 19, Sunday, Revenue Minister R V Deshpande

GSB Organization Mobilizes 5 Truck Loads of Relief Materials
GSB Organization Mobilizes 5 Truck Loads of Relief Materials

A call given by Gaud Saraswat Brahmin community of Mangalore for contribution to the flood victims has evoked good response and succeeded in mobilizing large amounts of relief materials.

3 labourers rescued from Jodupala land slip site; Khader, Nalin visit affected areas
3 labourers rescued from Jodupala land slip site; Khader, Nalin visit affected areas

Three persons who were affected by the massive land-slip at Jodupala in between Sampaje and Madikeri and had taken shelter in a hilly terrain, have been rescued on August 19, Sunday.

Toll collection on NH 66: Meet decides to maintain status quo
Toll collection on NH 66: Meet decides to maintain status quo

A meeting held  here on Saturday under the presidentship of Deputy Commissioner Priyanka Mary  Francis has decided to maintain status quo...

Delay in RFSL report on Shiroor seer’s death deplored
Delay in RFSL report on Shiroor seer’s death deplored

Sri Esha Vittaladasa Swamiji of Kemar  Mutt has stressed the need for a law to put an end to the practice of Bala Sanyasa.

Red alert in all Kerala districts withdrawn, Karnataka to resume bus services
Red alert in all Kerala districts withdrawn, Karnataka to resume bus services

After days of war-level relief and rescue operations, red alert has been withdrawn for all districts of Kerala, which has been battered by incessant rain and floods

Udupi: Beedi workers’ federation roots for minimum wage
Udupi: Beedi workers’ federation roots for minimum wage

The members of district Beedi Workers’ Federation, under the aegis of CITU, staged a protest demanding minimum wages, Provident Fund facility and other benefits...

Flood victims lose homes, farmlands, stranded in hills
Flood victims lose homes, farmlands, stranded in hills

About 18 houses were reportedly damaged on August 17. About 200 people were shifted to temporary shelters in Kallapur, Parapu, Panemangaluru, Kasaba and Kulkunda...