I have no issues with people who respect the cow and treat is as a mother or as a God. But those same people do not treat other animals such as the fish and the pig and many more, writes Sumith S. Rao
The vigilante attacks, miserable roads, missing footpaths and many more have made life difficult for the ordinary citizen in Mangaluru. Shouldn’t it strive to launch a crackdown on the vigilantes and improve amenities instead of aspiring for a Smart City tag?
However, the recent controversy over a play, Agnes of God, raised by certain individuals claiming to represent the Catholic community, constrains me to claim my right to speak as a citizen...
Animals obey only their instincts and don’t recognize man-made maps and boundaries. Hence human-wildlife ‘conflict’ is a one sided problem and the onus for ‘solving’ it is on humans...
It is time we hold a mirror to our society and look at what ‘we, the people’ should be doing rather than remaining silent or pointing fingers at others, write Bhamy V Shenoy
It’s time to really recognize the responsibility teachers perform in developing young people’s minds and bettering society, writes Mohammed Mobeen Ahmed
A gruesome act of violence, has once again put Mangalore in the national headlines for all the wrong reasons, writes Chris Dsouza
Hailed as the ‘Architect of Modern Dakshina Kannada District’, U S Mallya was a prominent political leader of his times – a freedom fighter, a member of the Constituent Assembly of India and then the district’s first parliamentarian...
As India celebrates another Independence Day, here are still millions of residents who still live like outcasts, refugees and outsiders in their own country
A break from the hectic profession and home was a dream for a long time. ‘Bekal Ripples’ (the houseboat) is not very far from Mangalore...
As the predominant language of Dakshina Kannada is Tulu and not Kannada, it is better to rename it as Mangalore identifying it with the Goddess Mangaladevi, whose name the city has been named after, argues SUMITH S. RAO
Did you know that all cell phones produce radiation that could harm you? Of course, the government regulates how much radiation your phone..
Prof. Narendra Nayak recalls his association with educationist and rationalist Kota Lakshminarayan Karanth, the lesser known younger brother of the great litterateur Kota Shivaram Karanth.
India’s GDP crossed the $2-trillion mark in 2014, according to data released by the World Bank in Washington late on Wednesday.