DK Working Journalist union members along with a large number media persons gathered in front of DC office in solidarity condemning the attack on Wilfred D’Souza, cameraman of TV9...
Gold and silver ornaments worth Rs 3.5 lakhs were stolen from Lord Gopalakrishna Temple, located near Jodumutt in Car Street on the night of Jan 7, Thursday.
Today, a year long run-up to the Century Celebration of one of the two earliest major Churches of Mangalore Proper, Milagres, will commence.
The second day of Alva’s Virasath, a 4-day national-level cultural festival, transformed Moodubidri into a cultural wonderland.
Sarojini Madhusudhan Kushe Educational Institution organized its decennial year celebrations in the school auditorium on Jan 7, Thursday
The government of Karnataka and the Karnataka State Minority Commission organized an Information Camp to list out the various government facilities available for minority communities.
B S Yeddyurappa, the chief minister of Karnataka, inaugurated Alva’s Virasat 2010, a mega national-level cultural festival in Moodubidri.
Khusro Qureshi, the chairman of the Minorities Commission, visited Mangalore in order to evaluate the development projects undertaken here.
Vijay Puthran, country head of Louise Cruises India was in Mangalore promoting Louise Cruise package tour
’B R Shetty, owns 100th and 114th floors in Burj Khalifa, Dubai. "What better address than this" says Shetty.
Former minister Shobha Karandlaje says that her resignation has not affected her political fortunes as she remains in close touch with the chief minister and reports to him.
Deputy Commissioner V Ponnuraj inaugurated the 2-day workshop on solid waste management in the auditorium of the DC’s office on Jan 5, Tuesday.
The officers of Wenlock Hospital were shaken when MP Nalin Kumar Kateel paid a surprise visit early this morning.
The people of Kavoor and Kuloor blocked the main Kuloor-Kavoor road on Jan 4, Monday under the leadership of the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI).
Samudaaya Mangalore, organized its district level cultural Jatha with a series of cultural awareness programmes and street plays in front of DC’s office on January 4, 2010.