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Acacia Trees destroying the balanced ecology of DK, Udupi districts and the Western Ghats

Acacia Auriculiformis trees destroying the balanced ecology of the Dakshina Kanada, Udupi Districts and the Western Ghats, writes Dr. Claret D’Souza

Using Artificial Intelligence to Change the Future of Drug Addiction Treatment & Narcotics Detection

The last decade has witnessed increasing application of artificial intelligence in various fields. As a society, we are faced ..

If I remain aliveMahatma Gandhis prophetic words before Godse shot him dead

There had been at least half-a-dozen attempts on Mahatma Gandhi’s life, beginning 1917. There were attempts to poison him

The Mangaluru Smart City Doodle - PROTEST ZONE KUDLA 2020

Mangaluru City Police is admittedly out of its depth in handling citizens’ protest and also trigger happy these days...

Empowering Indian Women - Nursing Profession Can Be a Game-Changer

The government needs to rethink its decision about GNM course, as also revise the whole gamut of nursing education, writes By Dr G ShreeKumar Menon

Music at Christmas and gifts on trees, the traditions - 2019

Merry Christmas and everlasting CHRISTMAS peace, joy to all our readers Mangalore Today viewers around the world.

Swachh Bharat - Mission impossible

No matter how best the authorities and NGOs try to promote Swachh Bharat, such initiatives will be short lived and bound to fail if people continue to be irresponsible and unconcerned, writes Harsha Raj Gatty

Kratom - an emerging drug of abuse

Kratom is now emerging as a recreational drug of abuse in the Western world, writes Dr G ShreeKumar Menon

MCC polls in November: Who next?

The historically significant port city of Mangaluru is crying for a farsighted approach in urban planning.

Political expediency to destroy Sharavathy and Kali river valleys

Are the state and Union govt. truly interested in the legitimate interests of all sections of our society as against the business interests of few corporate houses, writes Shankar Sharma

Another War Looming in Yemen

Last month port city of Aden which is currently the seat of exiled President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi government

Rationalism in development of humanity

A scientific approach is the only solution to the problems facing the world today-be it global warming or the rise of religious extremism, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak.

"Monthi Festh" September 8, celebration mode

Monthi Festh, the community feast is celebrated Sept 8, in many parts of the globe including the The West coast of India, Kanara, Mangaluru, Udupi, Karwar Konkan...

Reminiscences of Shri Arun Jaitley

Arun Jaitley was a great parliamentarian, an outstanding minister and also a wonderful human being, writes Dr G ShreeKumar Menon

Indian Bureaucracys Penchant for Grandiloquent and Intimidating Designations

It is indeed the need of the hour for an A to Z transformation of the bureaucracy, starting with the intimidating designations found in each and every government office, writes Dr G ShreeKumar Menon