A little known man called Prakash Anchan and his friends save a government school in Bantwal taluk from closure and put it back on the tracks of recovery
A popular school run by well known leaders of society violates MCC norms and gets away with it.
If you wonder why your Muslim friend has returned well rounded after 30 days of fasting, do the math.
The Hindutva politics is all pervading and also its Manuvadi attitude. The same has shown its face again in the Vinayak Baliga murder case.
The rejection of the anticipatory bail petition of Naresh Shenoy in the Vinayaka Baliga murder case, brings down the curtain...
Unless political parties make urgent joint efforts to help the thirsty and starving hundreds of millions, they and all of India’s modern-day Nero’s guests will inevitably pay heavily for their self-interested acts of omission and commission, observes S.G.Vombatkere
The recent bundh observed by Dakshina Kannada district demanding the scrapping of the Yettinahole Project will serve as a warning bell to the State Government which is going ahead with the destructive project.
This year is proving to be the hottest summer on earth so far. In India, 2500 people died because of heat waves and dehydration. Of course all of us know that this is the effect of global warming, Writes Dr. Rekha Shetty
IJ Saldanha Shet highlights the commendable services rendered by TELOCA, an addiction recovery centre for women, operating at Mukkacherry in Ullal
A month after the dastardly, cold blooded murder of the RTI activist Vinayaka Baliga a number of questions still remain to be answered and the mystery yet to be solved
The brutal murder of RTI activist Vinayak Baliga is one of the most sensational crimes to have taken place in DK district in recent times...
This is a classic case of daylight robbery about which Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner A.B. Ibrahim ought to complain to the Anti Corruption Bureau
It was the saddest day in the history of Mangalore city when on 21st March in the early hours a brave man was put to death in the most heinous way.
Life is a journey of continuous learning. None can go past life without having captured memories, situations, circumstances, experiences and so on, writes Gleron Quadros