While there is not a shred of evidence that so called organic food provides more nutrition, cures any disease, promotes well-being or even tastes better, nothing prevents the proponents from making such claims, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak
Illegal banners, posters and hoardings continue to rule the city, thanks to the apathy of the MCC which promises action, but does little to practice what it preaches.
The thriving sand mafia in undivided Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts is having its way and has shown its prowess by daring to target a Deputy Commissioner. Isn’t it high time to launch a crackdown...
In a short period of mere ten days three hate crimes have taken place in three different regions of the United States, write Bhamy V Shenoy
The citizens of the would-be Smart City Mangaluru, the so called second fastest growing city of the state, getting safe and clean drinking water?
The union budget 2017-18 presented by the Finance Minister on 1st February 2017 has a strong indelible imprint of the Prime Minister vision and road map for the growth of the Indian economy
SC upholds trial court judge’s verdict in sentencing Sasikala in the two-decade-old DA case
Why ban Kambala when there is no cruelty involved and when there has been no casualty unlike in Jallikattu, question Kambala lovers
It is seemingly becoming evident that some people representatives of Dakshina Kannada are on an all out attempt to betray their own electorate as Yathinahole Project work continues unabated despite protest and scare of death of a river and its eco-system. Senior Journalist, Srinivasan Nandagopal analyses.
Republic Day is not only about the ceremonious parades showcasing the power of the Indian defence forces and the colourful diversity of the country, but it is also a great reminder of the magnitude of the country’s beauty.
The murdered activist Vinayak Baliga had filed a complaint against the unauthorized construction of the multi storied..
Mangaluru celebrates the festival of Sankranthi significantly in more ways than one. The day is considered very auspicious and is deeply associated with the harvest culture of the land
Recall the many recent weddings running into crores of rupees - note ban or not. May be one big fat wedding is all set to happen in DK on our very own door step
The year ahead is a blank slate, a new one, a white page. The events to come are offstage, waiting in the wings...