It seems that before the Month of May is out all roads will lead to Pandeswar Juction and all Mall and Shopping buffs will set their GPS for this fab new hangout!
I J Saldanha Shet takes a peek into the history of Mangalore and the temples closely associated with it.
Amidst speculations and a long wait ahead following the elections, senior journalist turned activist and now interacting with media as spokesperson of Aam Aadmi Party, Srinivasan Nandagopal reflects Elections DK 2014 in his own candid way….
A fresh controversy may tarnish the image of the Mangalore University, over the appointment of a new vice-chancellor
He will probably become India’s next prime minister. That does not mean he should be. WHO does not marvel at the prospect of India going to the polls?
Just past 5 p.m. on March 21, Congress President Sonia Gandhi made a phone call. "Amarinder, I want you to contest from Amritsar
Music has a soothing effect and can bring cheers. It has the power to rejuvenate lives and kindle hopes. Ashish Jason Palanna is a young man whose love for music led him to have....
Looked at any way, it is a defeat. Having stood his ground for some twenty-four hours, insisting that he would not accept the party nomination
As reports emerged of the discordant chords he struck at the meeting of Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Central Election Committee (CEC) on March 8, former party president Murli Manohar Joshi’s...
Air India Express Flight 812 from Dubai to Mangalore crashed on May 22, 2010. Of the 160 passengers and crew on board, only eight survived
Before Indira Gandhi was killed, she shot an extensive interview wherein she spoke about her sons, made a passing reference to her grandson Rahul Gandhi
It is time that the ruling government or the next one that would come to power take a good look at all the irrelevant laws that have no place in any civilized society and scrap them, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak
The social media which has broken the monotony of everyday drudgery, has its own adverse effects, writes V Mohan Rao
Ashutosh Varshney is Sol Goldman Professor of International Studies and the Social Sciences and director of the India Initiative at Brown University