The Coronavirus tally of Dakshina Kannada has increased to 81 with 11 people testing positive on May 27, Wednesday.
In the present day scenario of life amidst COVID-19, it is becoming extremely important to realize the way industries are reacting to this situation and learn...
Private service and city bus operators are expected to hold a meeting here on Wednesday to take a decision on resuming bus services in Dakshina Kannada...
This was a return to schools, which no student in Kerala would have ever imagined, compared to their last day at school, in March.
The annual two month fishing ban period which was supposed to begin on June 1 has been postponed upto June 14.
Dakshina Kannada PU College Principals’ Association has appealed to the authorities to postpone the evaluation of II PUC answer scripts till a conducive atmosphere prevails to take up the work.
Future of hundreds of students is uncertain as educational institutions are closed and there is no clarity on the commencement of classes due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Union Minister DV Sadananda Gowda has urged External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to arrange flights to Mangaluru and Bengaluru to bring back the stranded nationals
Temples in the state that were closed for devotees for over two months due to the COVID-19 induced lockdown will be opened for public from June 1, minister Kota Srinivas Poojary said on Tuesday
Senior Congress leader and former district in-charge minister B Ramanatha Rai met Deputy Commissioner Sindhu B Rupesh today and submitted a memorandum seeking steps...
Three persons of Dakshina Kannada origin who had arrived by a flight from Qatar recently and were quarantined in Bengaluru, have tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday.
Three people who returned from Maharashtra recently have tested positive for Coronavirus in Udupi on May 26, Tuesday taking the district’s Covid-19 tally to 111.
Eight constables of the Vittal Police Station who showed symptoms of Covid-19 have been told to undergo 14 days home quarantine on May 25, Monday.
A 44 year old man hailing from Hejamady and who was employed in Abu Dhabi since the past eight years, has succumbed to Coronavirus at Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
Supplies of generic medicines manufactured at the Dr. B.R. Shetty owned NeoPharma in UAE have dropped significantly in recent weeks, local pharmacy sources confirm.