A well researched reference book for those who wish to know more about one of DK’s most prominent and powerful communities.
Can there be another ’Mangalore’ on this planet? No, never, not one like our own! Read on, be surprised and know, writes I.J.Saldanha-Shet
A similar kind of exhibition ‘Mysore Dasara doll show,’ was organized by ‘Nammavaru’ an organization of the natives of Old Mysore
The once world famous Mangalore Tiles are silently fading away and entering pages of history, writes IJ Saldanha Shet
Hibiscus flowers of various colours and shades in the tiny garden of Mohandas Nayak, who lives in a small rented house at Kasturi Bai compound near Lower Car Street...
The Hindu calendar marks Varamahalakshmi Pooja as the start of a new festive season; and Hindus all over the state celebrate the day grandly. They take the auspicious...
Though sea erosion continues to be a perennial problem of the coastal districts, the loss and damage to properties can be reduced significantly provided CRZ rules are effectively enforced.
The 22/5 air crash in Mangalore, while bringing to fore several underlying problems in the Indian aviation sector, also focused attention on the thriving fake passport racket and the bureaucratic bottle necks in availing compensation.
Contrary to fears of a 1998 style collapse, real estate sector is well, alive and kicking...
Prof. Narendra Nayak gives a ‘true insight’ into the activities of Baba Ramdev who is all set to enter the ‘dirty world of politics.’
Sudhindra Aithal, a young man from Saligrama is a great animal lover...
BEM School of Mangalore the oldest school of the region which has spread the light of knowledge to thousands, is today fighting for its survival, writes I J Saldanha Shet
Bored of the coloured cool drinks and beverages with preservatives! Think going natural.
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