The Animal Care Trust (ACT) will organize a membership drive at the conference hall of SDM (BBM) College on Jan 26, Tuesday, at 4 p.m.
Akhila Bharathiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) will organize a student awareness conference “Mardhani” at Town Hall on Jan 23, Saturday.
The 3-day Fishco Festival, organized by the College of Fisheries, will be inaugurated in the college auditorium on Jan 22, Friday, at 10 a.m.
Mangalore MP Nalin Kumar Kateel, who recently chaired a meeting of various departments including the Rural Development Department.
The Barke police have arrested 4 persons with regard to a clash between 2 groups of SDM College students on Jan 19, Tuesday.
BJP MP Varun Gandhi will participate in the Hindu Yuva Samavesha, which is to be organized on Nehru Maidan on Jan 24 as part of the silver jubilee celebrations of Bajarang Dal
An ancient temple, around 4 centuries old, was uneartherd near Cherugoli in Udupi. A huge Shiva linga, discovered beneath the bushes...
Inspector Vinaya A Gaonkar and his team arrested 5 persons for allegedly murdering Bhaskar Achari (30) of Perdoor in Udupi on Friday.
The Canara Bus Owners’ Association will stage a demonstration to save NH 17 on Jan 23, Saturday.
Additional Sub Inspector R Ramesh said that strict action will be taken against motorists and riders who make use of mobile phones while driving or riding.
The district unit of the BJP will be holding a protest outside MRPL cargo gate on January 22, opposing what the party described as the policy of bias pursued by the MRPL authorities towards BJP leaders.
Harikrishna Punaroor inaugurated the Tulu Parbha organized by the union of literature enthusiasts in Mangalore.
District-in-charge Minister Krishna Palemar and MP Nalin Kumar Kateel severely criticized Mangalore Refineries and Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL) on Jan 19, Tuesday.
Three students sustained injuries when a quarrel broke out between 2 groups of students in Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College on Jan 19, Tuesday.
The Housing and Public Welfare Department of the central government has decided to provide loans in the range of Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1.6 lakhs to economically backward people.