Hoomale Creations will organize the largest dance event in Karnataka under the title “Dance Champion of Champions” at Bejai Church Hall on Jan 30, Saturday, at 5 p.m.
Titan EyePlus Optical Store, Titan Industries, launched its innovative collection of flexible spectacle frames called “Flexx” at Hotel Gateway on Jan 13, Wednesday.
The people of Mangalore can witness a solar eclipse on Jan 15, Friday. The eclipse will be visible in the form of a ring.
The Mangalore Premier League (MPL) launched its new logo on Jan 12, Tuesday, during a programme organized at St. Aloysius Loyala Hall.
Pramod Kumar, the sub-inspector of Bajpe, and his team has successfully solved the case of Reshma Rita Vas.
MLA Shailappa Bidaroor has confirmed that the 76th Akhila Bharatha Sahithya Sammelana will be organized in Gadag from Feb 19, 2010.
DK Special police force (Forest mobile squad) had seized small Indian Civet found in a private property in Falnir, Mangalore on January 12
Students’ organizations staged a protest in the premises of the Wenlock Hospital Morgue, demanding immediate investigation of Soumya’s mysterious death at South Africa.
In a tragic incident, three Ayyappa devotees from Bangalore were killed and nearly 53 have sustained injuries when the bus in which they were travelling met with an accident at Kotooru curve in Mulleria of Kasargod
The Lava Kusha Jodukare Bayalu Kambala was jointly organized by the Navodaya Village Vikas Charitable Trust of Mangalore and the Miyyaru Kambala Committee at Miyyaur on Jan 10
Eleven pilgrims headed to Kerala’s famed Sabarimala temple from Andhra Pradesh were killed when the truck they were travelling in fell into a gorge
The CD “Jarasandha” and book “Maravathara” by Shambhu Hegde were released at the Keremane Shambu Hegde Memorial Ceremony organized at Town Hall on Jan 11, Monday.
“The cheap words spoken by Deve Gowda, the former prime minister of India, are totally against his personality,” said MLA Yogesh Bhat during a protest on Jan 11, Monday.
Konkanifriends.com celebrated its 5th anniversary in Samanvaya Conference Hall, Urwastores, on Jan 10, 2010.
The family of Soumya, a native of Padavinangady, who allegedly shot herself dead in Ghana, West Africa, now believes that she had been murdered by her husband for dowry.