Assisstant Sub Inspector Anantha Murudeshwar stated before Justice B K Somashekhara Commission of Inquiry that speeches made by Congress leaders caused communal riots.
The catholic Women Council celebrated the International Women’s Day on Sunday, 7th March 2010 at the Don Bosco Hall, Shirva. Rev. Fr. Richard...
The Tibetan Students’ Association of Regional Tibetan Youth Congress organized a peace march to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the peaceful national uprising of Tibet against China
The Regional Transport Authority (RTA) declined to grant fresh permits and consider 644 applications owing to legal hurdles during a meeting held after a period of 12 months.
The funeral ceremony of Konkani singing legend, Wilfy Rebimbus will take place on March 11, 2010 at St Joseph’s parish, Jeppu...
St Aloysius College, Mangalore organized a peace march from the college to the DC office on March 10, Wednesday
As the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday voted to amend the Constitution to reserve one-third of seats in Parliament and the State Assemblies
The controversial book ‘Satyadarshini’ was a subject for prolonged argument at the hearing on church attacks conducted by the Justice
Theatre artist Kasargod Chinna’s drama translations in 3 languages were released during a special programme at Canara College Auditorium on March 9, Tuesday.
Shri Rama Sene (SRS) Chief Pramod Muthalik visited Prasad Attavar in jail on March 9, Tuesday, and declared that he is innocent.
“The citizens of Karnataka, who had high hopes on the BJP-led government when it first came to power, are now sick of it,” declared State Secretary of CPI (M) G N Nagaraj.
Konkani Kogull, the Nightingale of Konkani, Wilfy Rebimbus(67) breathed his last at Fr Muller Hospital on March 9, at 11.15am...
As part of the Centenary Celebrations of the founding of St. Lawrence Parish in Moodubelle, the Parish Council under the able guidance
Excise officials, acting on a tip off, raided four separate go-downs at Court Road, Bunder, and Farangipete and confiscated more than 22,900kgs of rotten jaggery.
“The recent attacks on the offices of 2 Kannada dailies is not just an attack on a particular newspaper, but on every person associated with the media,” said Harish Rai,