The Karnataka election results bring the principle of bounded rationality in Indian politics to the fore once again, writes Rakesh Kotti
Coastal district of Dakshina Kannada which stands at a threshold of a mixed mindset, confused and not convinced with any of their leaders who have led them to this state of affairs, writes Srinivasan Nandagopal
Amid the hustle and bustle in the political sphere, the clamour over tickets, the dissidence, the differences, allegations, counter allegations and political outbursts, the District Administration on its part is decisively making all arrangements for the smooth conduct of free and fair polls.
If we were to name just one missile as ‘Sassoon’ it would be a constant reminder to our enemies, about their bête noire, who once brought them to utter ruination, writes Dr G ShreeKumar Menon
Suffering is part of the natural order for humans in this universe. At all levels in nature we see the struggle for survival, growth and decay
Mangaluru is certainly not happy with the acquittal of all the accused in the pub attack case of 2009. People fear it would only further embolden the vigilante groups that have been unleashing terror over the years.
A ship named ‘Mangalore’ had played a crucial role in the Battle of Kowloon, which was fought between British and Chinese ships off Kowloon, China, on 4 September 1839
I J Saldanha Shet traces the origin of the Chitrapur Saraswat community which has contributed in its own way to the development of the region.
It no longer comes as a surprise that a scam in India is detected only after culprits escape the country. Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi are new additions in the list of smart fraudsters living a luxurious life abroad
Mangaluru at present has a good leader in the form of its first Citizen Kavitha Sanil. The hope is that her successor would be equally competent who would make Mangaluru a Smart City in the true sense.
The Swarna Mahotsav of the Sanyasa Deeksha of Srimad Vidyadhiraja Theertha Swamiji, the 23th pontiff of Sri Gokarna ..
With severe shortage of qualified doctors to address the health care needs of the burgeoning population, India’s health sector is facing a huge crisis, writes Dr G. ShreeKumar Menon
450 years - 1568-2018 AD Christianity is ever present in Kanara - The Church of Mangaluru is holding a Eucharistic Rally on Jan 7, 2018 to inaugurate this event and declare 2018 as the ’year of the Rosary’.
The needless controversy over a 12th standard student hugging a schoolmate in Kerala highlights the urgent need for reviewing the standard of Indian educational institutions and improving our quality of education.