State Minister for Ports and Mujrai and DK District in-charge Minister Kota Srinivas Poojary has said that the Covid-19 lockdown has incurred a loss of around Rs 600 crore...
Saptapadi, the programme of the Muzrai Department of performing mass marriage in temples, will be held as per stipulations placed by the State government shortly,..
We aren’t even halfway through it yet, and the record of things that have already gone wrong reads like a book of unspeakable horrors: COVID-19 deaths, lockdowns, pandemic.
Msgr Maxim Noronha, the Vicar General of the Diocese of Mangalore hoisted the flag of St Anthony and inaugurated the devotion of thirteen days of novena at St.Anthony Ashram, Jeppu...
A clash over a trivial issue between two groups culminated in the murder of a youth at Arasugudde near Bajpe on Sunday night.
Private buses have resumed services in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts after a gap of over two months due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
Ten persons who had returned from Maharashtra have tested positive for Covid-19 in Kasargod district on Sunday.
Close on the heels of extremely severe cyclonic storm Amphan, another cyclone is brewing over the Arabian Sea.
Muzari Minister Kota Srinivas Poojary said that all the temples coming under the Muzrai department will open on June 8.
Karnataka on Sunday extended the lockdown imposed on the state due to coronavirus disease outbreak but with a broad array of relaxations for areas outside containment zones.
4 people from Dakshina Kannada and 10 from Udupi tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday...
Fourteen people including three children who tested positive for COVID -19 recovered and discharged from Government Hospital in Kundapura
A resident of Boliyar who had returned from Mumbai and was sent home from the quarantine centre recently, has tested positive for Coronavirus, creating panic among residents of his area.
One person killed and five others injured after the car they were traveling in smashed into the back of a container truck near Nethravathi Bridge in Kallapu
Eminent social worker, former Principal of School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya and Founder of Vishwas Trust, Dr Olinda Pereira, passed away on May 31