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Home stay attack victims accuse police of not helping them
Home stay attack victims accuse police of not helping them

Vijay Kumar, one of the victims of the Mangalore home stay attack, stated that the police had not helped the victims even when Hindu Jagarana Vedike (HJV) activists were dragging the girls in front of them. 

ACSA members remove shirts to condemn new carryover system
ACSA members remove shirts to condemn new carryover system

The All College Students Association (ACSA), on August 11, Saturday, organized a semi-nude rally in protest against the changes in the carryover system for polytechnic courses

Feast of St. Lawrence enthusiastically celebrated on Aug 10
Feast of St. Lawrence enthusiastically celebrated on Aug 10

The feast of St. Lawrence was celebrated at the Church of St. Lawrence in Bondel on August 10, Friday.Dr. Aloysius Paul D’Souza, bishop of Mangalore Diocese, delivered the welcome address, and Fr. Andrew D’Souza, priest of parish Bondel.....

Commission’s report on home stay attack is irrelevant – former DGP
Commission’s report on home stay attack is irrelevant – former DGP

F. T. R. Colaco, retired director general of police (Karnataka), said that Karntaka Women’s Commission Chairperson C. Manjula’s report on the home stay attack

“Nature has enough for mans need, but not for greed”:Dr.M.Sanjappa
“Nature has enough for mans need, but not for greed”:Dr.M.Sanjappa

Dr M Sanjappa, former director of Botanical Survey of India inaugurated the garden of threatened plant species at Pilikula Nisargadhama in Vamanjoor on Friday, August 10th.

3-day workshop against superstitions inaugurated in city
3-day workshop against superstitions inaugurated in city

The Karnataka State Science Parishad organized a 3-day state-level workshop to counter blind beliefs and superstitions at the Institution of Social Development in Nanthoor. Dr. K. N. Vijayaprakash, chief executive officer of DK Zilla Panchayat,......

Udupi’s largest mosque inaugurated
Udupi’s largest mosque inaugurated

The Rs. 2 crore Jamia Masjid, the largest mosque in Udupi, was inaugurated on August 10, Friday.

KSBDB observes World Bio Fuel Day
KSBDB observes World Bio Fuel Day

The Karnataka State Bio Fuel Development Board (KSBDB) in association with DK Zilla Panchayat and Taluk Panchayat observed World Bio Fuel Day on Aug 10, Friday in the Taluk Panchayat Auditorium in Mangalore.

ISKCON celebrates Shri Krishna Janmashtami
ISKCON celebrates Shri Krishna Janmashtami

The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) celebrated Shri Krishna Janmashtami on August 10, Friday at Devadiga Samaj Bhavan in Mannagudda.

Congress to organize yatra to spread awareness on moral policing
Congress to organize yatra to spread awareness on moral policing

The DK District Congress will organize a Shanthi Yatra from the statue of Mahatma Gandhi, located near Mangalore City Corporation (MCC) to the DC’s office on August 13, Monday at 4:00 p.m.

Jaago Mangalore to hold Protest March Against Padil Attack on Aug 16
Jaago Mangalore to hold Protest March Against Padil Attack on Aug 16

Jaago Mangalore Association in cooperation with various other voluntary bodies is organizing a mass protest against last week’s atrocious attack on college students at Padil on Thursday, 16th August 2012.

Uppoor village hit by floods
Uppoor village hit by floods

Uppoor in Udupi was hit by floods on the night of August 9, Thursday, which caused a lot of damage.Although Uppoor is not new to floods, this appears to the worst flood to hit the village since the last 20 years. The floods are the result of continuous rains lashing against the village for the past few days.

Put an End to Corruption: AITUC
Put an End to Corruption: AITUC

On The occasion of 70th Year of Quit India Movement which was observed on Thursday Aug 9th , The All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) DK and Udupi District Committee Staged a protest In front of DC’s office on Thursday

‘Homestay’ attack: women’s panel report evokes anger, shock
‘Homestay’ attack: women’s panel report evokes anger, shock

An observation of the Karnataka State Commission for Women in its report to the government suggesting presence of use of drugs or ganja — a line of argument taken by the Hindutva activists — has surprised the police and angered social activists and victims of the July 28 ‘homestay’ attack.

Popular artistes to present Yaadon Ki Baarat on Aug 26
Popular artistes to present Yaadon Ki Baarat on Aug 26

A group of artistes such as Shrikanth Kamath, Anitha, Ranjan Das, Hanief, and others will present Yaadon Ki Baarat, a collection of popular Hindi songs, at Town Hall on August 26, Sunday.