Mescom is all set to tackle rain-related emergencies and carry out immediate repair of poles and transformers in order to ensure supply...
With the water level going down at the Baje dam, across the Swarna, from where drinking water is supplied to Udupi city, the Udupi Zilla Nagarika Samiti
Every fourth Saturday of the month will soon be a holiday for State government employees, besides the holiday they already
A private news channel reporter who had been to a place called Koriyar in Kodimbala to report a case of illegal sand extraction was attacked by the illegal sand extractors.
Mangalore University (MU) has permitted the introduction of Tulu as an optional language for degree programmes from the current academic year 2019-20.
The colour coding of traditional (country) boats will be completed within three months.
Udupi-Chikmagalur MP Shobha Karandlaje stated her main focus was expediting the doubling of track on Konkan Railway route in coming years.
The Karnataka government order to offer special prayers propitiating rain gods in all Muzrai temples to ensure rainfall in the state has been opposed by rationalists
A team of final year Civil Engineering students of Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology & Management, Bantakal developed concrete blocks using residue of sewage treatment plants.
The SDM Vidyarthi Sahakari Sangha and the SDM College of Engineering and Technology jointly started the Raksha sanitary napkin production unit.
Following protest by Beltangady MLA Harish Poonja and parents of endosulfan victims, District Health and Family Welfare Officer Dr M Ramakrishna Rao convened a meeting
Inspired by Swaccha Bharat Mission, a chartered accountant aims on improving the city’s aesthetic appearance by planting flowering plants on road dividers.
Konkan railway authorities have decided to start additional special trains on special fare between Bandra (T) and Mangaluru Junction next month to clear extra rush of passengers.
The eleventh edition of ‘Alva’s Pragati 2019’, a mega placement drive will be held at Vidyagiri Campus,
Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy chaired a meeting in Bengaluru on May 27, Monday to discuss the water crisis in Dakshina Kannada, particularly, in Dharmasthala.