Officials of the excise department arrested 4 people and confiscated 4,800 sachets of Goan liquor worth Rs 1.10 lakh at the Mangalore railway station.
The MCC organized a demolition drive as per the instructions of Commissioner K N Vijayprakash on Jan 27, Wednesday.
State Home Minister Dr. V.S. Acharya inaugurated Mangalore Police Commissionerate on Tuesday, January 26.
A record number of developmental programmes worth Rs 950 crores have been implemented in DK district during the past one and a half years, said Krishna J Palemar.
The annual feast of St. Lawrence Church, located in Attur in Karkala, will be celebrated from Jan 26 - 28, 2010.
B M Hegde, the former vice chancellor of Manipal Academy of Higher Education cas been chosen for Padma Bhushan for his meritorious services in the field of medicine and education.
Good moral values inculcated in children, along with religious knowledge, will go a long way in making them good citizens of the land, said Sri Gangadharendra Saraswathi Swamiji
Mr. Khusro Quereshi, the chairman of the State Minority Commission, has called upon the Muslim community in India to forget their differences in opinion and unite
It has been one year since the attack on women in a pub in Mangalore by members of the Sri Rama Sena - an attack caught on camera...
“If Lord Ram was threatened by Ravan during his times, today his devotees are being threatened by opponents,” said Prakash Sharma, National Convenor of Bhajrangdal.
The Civic Reception Committee of Mangalore offered a public felicitation to former Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University Prof Kandattanda Monnappa Kaveriappa in the City on Saturday.
’Okuli’ or festival of colors was celebrated with full zest at Carstreet in Mangalore on Saturday as part of the final day of the six day annual festival of Sri Venkatramana Temple.
“We are not against globalization, but want some attention towards the adverse impact of Westernization on indigenous culture,” said Ashwini Paranjape.
“I have never seen or heard about a chief minister as incapable as Yeddyurappa, in the history of Karnataka,” said Opposition Congress leader Siddaramaiah.
Active participation of women in politics will go a long way in the progress of the nation, said Motamma, opposition leader in Legislative Council and former minister.