The Yettinahole project, nothing but a la- Netravathi diversion project, the name changed in all probability to hoodwink people...
When the nation celebrates its 67th Independence Day we have to keep wondering as to who are the real masters in the nation- The Citizens or the lobbies of the politician- bureaucrat – feudal elements?, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak
Dr Kurunji Venkatramana Gowda, the Architect of Modern Sullia and the visionary personality who transformed the sleepy town of Sullia into an educational hub, is no more.
Moily should set a realistic goal for reducing oil imports and not announce unachievable predictions. Such predictions will have unintended consequences of sending wrong signals to energy sector.
With our own people at the helm of the Railway Ministry, there is light at the end of the tunnel as far as demand for a separate Mangalore Railway Divison is concerned
In present times when Agriculture is facing serious challenges and natural healthy local grown food is very scarce - one rare Octogenarian can be looked upon as a guiding light to future generations.
When the picture of Ellur near Padubidri is fighting air and water pollution due to the 1200 mw UPCL thermal plant is before us, another project of 4000 mw proposed at Niddodi would spell doom for the region.
A student of Manipal 30 years ago, Usha Srinath reflects upon what is leading to the incidents of violence on women - whether it’s the dress, mindset or the media - on the backdrop of the recent rape incident at Manipal campus.
Here are two little sisters who have entered the magical world to cast a magical spell on people. Seven year old Apoorva Mali and her younger sister Anjana Mali are budding talents who are sure to earn laurels in the years to come.
It was a unique experience for kids from the city as they experienced the life amidst woods in the thick of the Western Ghats at the recently concluded Jungle Survival Camp...
The victorious candidates in the recently held Assembly elections, also have an onerous responsibility of living up to the expectations of the electorate and be role model elected representatives.
Contrary to the fears of a crash, real estate sector is well, alive and soaring in Mangalore.
The poll fever is picking up in Dakshina Kannada district. With the recent ULB election results considered to be a precursor to what is in store for the May 5 Assembly elections, there is much speculation all over.
Having suffered defeats in the urban local body elections and with the split of votes due to the presence of KJP and BSR Party, the ‘party with a difference’ is now struggling to be different, writers Prof. Narendra Nayak