The burial of the 31 year old youth from Idya near Suratkal was done at the Bolar burial ground itself after due intervention of Assistant Commissioner Madan Mohan
A girl from Padubidri who had appeared for the SSLC examination held on June 25 and 27 has tested positive for Covid-19 on Sunday
Dr M Annayya Kulal Ulthur, President of IMA Mangaluru Chapter has been selected for the IMA Karnataka State Branch Doctors Day Dr. B. C. Roy Award.
Two Covid-19 positive siblings from Hejamadi in Udupi booked for not revealing their primary contacts and hiding the travel history.
Eminent Educationist and Industrialist Dr. N Vinay Hegde has been conferred with the Rotary Annual State Level prestigious “Vandana Award” at a function held on Saturday
The Mangaluru witnessed two more deaths due to Covid-19 on Sunday taking the death toll in the Dakshina Kannada district to 12.
People arriving in the state from Maharashtra will be quarantined for 7 days at institutional centres and for another 7 days, they will be home quarantined...
As many as 2,775 stranded Kannadigas from Gulf countries have landed at Mangalore Airport since May 12 and 295 passengers among them have tested positive for Covid-19.
A 99-year-old woman has successfully recovered from coronavirus in Bengaluru, leaving the medical fraternity and her family elated
The Karnataka government on Saturday took several decisions including imposing total lockdown on Sundays starting July 5 in view.....
49 fresh cases of coronavirus Covid-19 reported in Dakshina Kannada and 14 new cases in Udupi district on June 27, Saturday.....
Sixteen members of the family of the first Covid-19 positive woman patient from Azadnagar, Ullal have tested positive for Coronavirus. With this, 17 members......
A student appearing for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exams in Karnataka tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection on Saturday,..
The Karnataka Chief Minister has met with legislators and parliamentarians from the state to discuss the issue of managing the increasing cases of COVID-19.
A MESCOM lineman was electrocuted while on duty at Piligudu near here on June 27, Saturday morning.