Nagesh Kumar, the district secretary of Saumdaya, an amateur theatre forum of Karnataka, died of cardiac arrest on Jan 9, Saturday. He was 49 years of age.
The Mangalore City Corporation (MCC) has formally warned two prominent hotels of Mangalore, Maharaja and Goldfinch, against disposing their garbage by the roads.
The sand mafia in Puttur is permitted by the authorities concerned to operate freely. Nobody is taking any strict action against it.
Konkani comedy king Dolla released an audio CD of jokes today during a special programme organized in Don Bosco Hall, Mangalore.
The DK District First Additional Sessions Court sentenced Harish Suvarna alias Harish (35) of Bengre four years of rigorous imprisonment.
An offering box and the image of the procession deity were stolen from Shri Mahalingeshwara Temple in Padubelle, Shirva on Tuesday night.
Baby Salian Kodavooru, who has been selected as the president of the Women Raw Fish Sellers’ Association, was felicitated at Kidiyoor Hotel Mahajan Hall.
Gursharan Kaur, the wife of PM Manmohan Singh, visited Hubli on Thursday to be with the family of her sister Harpreet Kaur (67) who expired on Jan 4 because of breathing difficulties.
Govindaraj Hegde, the convener of Save NH 17 Committee, said that NH 17, 63, 206, and 48 will be blocked from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Jan 23.
A main line container vessel of M/s Pacific International Lines (PIL) M.V. Leo Mono from East Africa, Port Mtwara, called at the New Mangalore Port (NMP) on Jan 7, Thursday.
The Kasturba Medical College (KMC) Hospital Blood Bank is now accredited by the National Accreditation Board for Hospital and Healthcare Providers (NABH).
Mitra Heraje, the superintendent of police who manages DCRE, visited a hostel run by the Social Welfare Department for SC, ST, and OBC students at Karnad, close to Mulky.
Wilfred D’Souza, a TV9 cameraman and his brother Anil D’Souza were attacked by a group, which is believed to be involved with the sand-mining mafia.
The English Department of St. Aloysius College will organize a 2-day national conference on “Nationality, Language, and Culture in the Present Literary Period” on Jan 8 – 9.
The Devaraja Arasu Backward Classes Development Board will conduct a free 3-month computer course during its professional training camp in Kionex training centre.