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.
Jayakara Shetty, the chief secretary of the Paryaya Welcome Committee, informed during a press conference, that the Paryaya “horekanike” will commence on Jan 8, Friday.
The congress committees of Panemangalore, Bantwal, and Vittla organized a protest in front of the taluk office in BC Road on Jan 5, Tuesday.
Thomas Cook (India) Ltd (TCIL), India’s largest integrated travel and travel related financial services company; in its 3rd consecutive Holiday Summer Sale is organizing a 3 month long travel road show covering 34 cities across India.
Chief Minister of Karnataka B S Yeddyurappa will visit Moodubidri on Jan 6. He will land on the helipad near Swaraj Ground, Moodubidri, at 5 p.m.
The KMC Hospital blood bank will receive the National Accreditation Board for Hospital Healthcare Providers (NABH) Certificate at the Dr. TMA Pai Convention Center on Jan 6, at 7:30 p.m.
The KENTUKI University of America and Manipal University have signed a deal to exchange lecturers and students and to jointly conduct research and publish scientific papers.
According to official police sources, 3 policemen have been suspended from duties for handcuffing 7 farmers while escorting them to the hospital for medical treatment.
The state government has sanctioned Rs 1 crore to establish facilities for the devotees who will be visiting Udupi during the Paryaya.
H Halappa, the minister for food and civil supplies, said that ration card discrepancies will soon come to an end owing to the facility of computers with camera in Karnataka’s 176 taluk entres.
The stretch of ocean from Udyavar to Malpe has witnessed the death of fish in large numbers.
The BJP district unit has urged the governor to take strict action against opposition members who behave in an irresponsible manner.