A proud and happy grandfather hears his newborn grandchild’s voice for the first time. When asked to say something to the little bundle of joy
The Election that Changed India. By Rajdeep Sardesai. Penguin Viking; 372 pages; $20 and £16. Buy from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk
IFFI Goa - 2014 organized by the ‘Directorate of Film Festivals, New Delhi, Govt. of India’, in tandem with PIB, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting -ESG and NFDC would be cherished by one and all...
In India, rape is the fourth most common crime against women. If one goes by the National Crime Records Bureau statistics, each day and a total of 33,707 cases reported
Meals on wheels on board the Shatabdi or Rajdhani Express trains are great to relish, but the pantry staff who presently work under poor conditions are hoping to see good days ahead, writes Prashanth Nayak
Every day, I see many struggling to find a place for parking when they go out for shopping or official purpose.
Though the Street Vendors Act 2014 is a boon to hawkers, it may prove a bane to the city in the near future unless and until the authorities make up their minds to set up separate hawking zones.
The Iraq War began when American- and British-led coalition forces invaded the country in March 2003 and officially ended in December 2011. Waged on false grounds
In Mangalore city Dr. Raghavendra V. Bhat is a reputed sought after medical personality, he is a doctor for the family and a super specialist too at the same time which is very rare...
A Lecture in a Coaching Institute is a Mysterious process wherein the words travel from the Hand Book of Tutor to the Note Book of the Student in the Medium of Air without getting into the minds of either, writes KP Vasudeva Rao
Blessed Joseph Vaz, the Goan missionary who preached in Sri Lanka, is expected to be canonized during the papal visit of the island nation early next year, says Bishop Vianney Fernando of Kandy.
Don’t we have medicines strong enough? We do! Don’t we have government support?We do! Then what is the problem? Why are we failing?
Can a Mangalore Railway Division do justice to the region? or should the region push for the constitution of a separate Zone headquartered in Mangalore and which in all probability can solve most of the railway woes of the region? Mangalore Today finds out.
An amazing Mangalorean-American Personality who has lived in almost every nation of the world, is native only to India, to Mangalore. His observations on a recent trip to China. I J Saldanha Shet gathers a holistic picture of this rare personality.