The detectives of DCIB acted on a tip and nabbed 2 young men on the premises of Kulshekar Church on grounds that they possessed heroin.
Owing to the recent floods in Maharashtra and North Karnataka, the price of essential commodities has risen.
The Gmail account of Dr. Ramachandra Bhatta, professor, College of Fisheries, was hacked at the beginning of October
Mr. M. Sadananda Suvarna, a popular film and theater personality, has been announced as the winner of Karanth Award 2009.
The auto rickshaw drivers’ unions from all over South Kanara staged a protest in front of the deputy commissioner’s office on Tuesday.
District Minister-in-charge J. Krishna Palemar will lead a march in Mangalore to collect flood relief funds on October 7, Wednesday.
The Flood Release Collection Center, established by Kalkura Prathistana in collaboration with Manthralaya was inaugurated at Besant Complex.
SPI has established a brand new IT development and BPO center at Oberle Towers in Balmatta, Mangalore.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) organized a “pathasanchalan” (route march) in Mangalore on Sunday.
Karavali Karnataka Janabhivruddhi Vedike, an anti Mangalore Special Economic Zone (MSEZ) organization, chiefly comprising farmers, organized an exhibition of paintings by 24 artists of coastal Karnataka in Mangalore on Sunday.
The Kerala-based Alukka’s Group will inaugurate its second modern jewelry showroom in Mangalore on October 10.
An art exhibition “The Spirit of a Place” by talented artist Jyoti Sahi was inaugurated at Orchid Art Gallery, Balmatta, on Oct 3, Saturday.
The Church of South India (CSI) celebrated its harvest festival on October 4, Sunday, in Shanti Cathedral, Balmatta.
Sevak, a Konkani monthly, has announced the names of its golden jubilee award winners on October 3, Saturday.
Hundreds of people marched from PVS Circle to Lalbagh not only to honor the Mahatma on the occasion of his birth anniversary.