The members, reportedly owing allegiance to a pro-Hiindu group, called ’Hindu Jagran Vedike’ allegedly beat up and harassed young women and men at a resort on Saturday evening. Reportedly, more than 50 men attacked the private party.
Additional Deputy General of Police (law and order) Bipin Gopalkrishna arrived at Mangalore early on July 29, Sunday to investigate the attack on a group of boys and girls, who were having a party at Morning Mist Home Stay at Padil in Mangalore.
The Hindu Janajagarana Vedike (HJV) organized a protest outside the DC’s office on July 29, Sunday, demanding the immediate release of its members...
‘Custodians of Culture’ are at work again in Mangalore.The moral policing incident reported from the Morning Mist Home Stay at Padil in Mangalore on the night of July 28, Saturday, is snowballing into a controversy
Valerian D’Souza, a widely acclaimed Konkani writer popularly known as Vally Vogga, received Konkani Kutam Award 2012 at an award ceremony held at St. Sebastian Hall on July 28, Saturday
The Samaga Award will be conferred on Balipa Narayana Bhagavatha at an awards ceremony in Don Bosco Hall on Aug 1, Wednesday
The DK and Udupi Public Works Department Contractors’ Association has announced its intention not to take up any road repair or construction projects till the state government clears their pending bills
Landslide continue for the second day in Mangalore -Hassan Railway line between Donikallu and Kodaginahalli disrupting traffic in this route since Friday, July 27.
J. R. Lobo said that party leaders can do their work only with the wholehearted support of party workers.
Congress workers got into a fight at a special program held on July 28, Saturday to mark the entry of J. R. Lobo, former commissioner of the MCC, into the party.
A farmer was washed away by the flash floods and landslides along the Bangalore to Mangalore highway caused traffic blocks for more than 8 hours because of the heavy rains that lashed against the coastal districts on Friday.
The Barke police have busted a counterfeit currency racket and arrested 3 West Bengalis, including 2 minors, for attempting to circulate fake money in Mangalore on July 27, Friday.
The Kinnigoli market, located in Panchayat Lane Building near SCDCC Bank, caught fire at around 12:50 a.m. on July 28, Saturday. Two shops have been completely destroyed and one shop has been partially destroyed.
The Rapid Action Force (RAF) visited several places in Mangalore such as Tippu Sulthan Nagar, Central Market, Kandathapalli, and others this morning.
The day of Varamahalakshmi Pooja marks the beginning of a new festive season in the Hindu calendar, owing to which Hindus all over Karnataka celebrate Varamahalakshmi Pooja grandly.