The Mangalore Mahila Okkuta headed by Ms. Vijayalakshmi, along with a number of other women’s organizations staged a protest near Kulshekar Church against Mr. Clifford D’Souza.
SP Dr. A S Rao suspended Police Constable Bhaskar of Konaje Police Station for his alleged inability to produce a video recording of provocative speech delivered by Jagadish Shenava.
A committee of people residing in the regions along NH 48 spoke to MP Nalin Kumar Kateel about the pathetic condition of the NH 48 stretch that passes through Nanthoor, Volachchil, Padil, Thumbe, and Arukula.
ONGC has approved a loan of Rs 50 billion to MRPL for the third phase of its petrochemical and refinery expansion project.
Sandesha Foundation, an organization that fosters fine arts, will produce an audio CD of the New Testament in Konkani.
The All India Achievers’ Foundation, New Delhi, conferred the prestigious Shiksha Bharathi Puraskar on Silas International School, Udupi...
A large tree fell across the road in Cascia, near Morgans Gate, on Dec 14, Monday. Fortunately, a person who was close by was only slightly injured.
The DCIB nabbed a 21-year-old woman Parvathi who resides in Devi Nagar when she was selling stolen jewelry in the Service Bus Stand of Mangalore.
A 2-day district-level interactive programme between students and scientists will be organized at the Silver Jubilee Auditorium, NITK, Suratkal.
Mr. Lancy Pinto Nayak, the renowned Konkani novelist and activist, has been selected to receive the prestigious Daiji Dubai Literary Puraskar 2010
The Carmelites of Infant Jesus Shrine, Bikarnakatte, celebrated their 22nd Carmel Day. The event attracted a large number of people.
The Hidayah Foundation, which is based in Mangalore, issued a press release in which it stated that it will organize a free health camp on Dec 13, Sunday.
The Muslim Merchants’ Association staged a protest against Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) near Kudroli on Dec 11, Friday.
The dissolution of the Child Welfare Committee (CWC), which was serving as a role model for all other organizations, must be opposed.
51 books will be released during the World Tulu Convention, of which 5 have been published by Rashtrakavi Govinda Pai Samshodana Kendra