In the heartland of Dakshina Kannada, a burgeoning trend proudly showcases its own cadre of vaggeyakaras in the Bharatanatyam repertoire.
A 32-year-old man died while his friend escaped with minor injuries after their bike collided with a reversing truck in Kaikamba on Sunday morning.
The initial instance of Kyasanur Forest Disease (KFD), commonly known as ’monkey fever’, has been verified in Udupi district at Kenchanur near Vandse village in Kundapura taluk.
A 19-year-old student of a private college in the city has gone missing
Union Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Shobha Karandlaje on Saturday said that no genuine BJP workers have initiated a postcard campaign
Mrs. Geetha D, a practicing lawyer in Mangalore, has successfully cleared the civil judge selection test conducted by the Karnataka High Court in November 2023, and subsequently passed the oral test.
A teacher lost her life after a cement mixer truck rammed into a scooter which she was pillion riding near Panambur beach on Friday evening.
The three new criminal laws, which will replace the country’s colonial-era penal code, will come into effect from July 1, the Ministry of Home Affairs announced in a notification on Saturday.
Mangalore Diocesan Service Communion (MDSC) and the Bible Commission witnessed an overwhelming turnout on the second day of the Mega Bible Convention
State Governor Thawar Chand Gehlot virtually inaugurated the Swarna Jayanthi AOB Circle Road and Swarna Jayanthi Truck Parking Terminal project of the New Mangalore Port Authority
CCB Police have arrested a man on the charges drugs peddling and have seized 15 grams MDMA valued at Rs 75,000 from him.
The Additional District and Sessions Fast Track Special Court (POCSO) convicted a KSRTC conductor, Daval Sab from Bagalkot, for sexually harassing a minor girl.
Lauding the contribution of the Indian Coast Guard in protecting the nation’s maritime interest, Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot said in Mangaluru on Friday
Continued medical education (CME) on TB was conducted jointly by the departments of Community Medicine, and Microbiology KS Hegde Medical Academy (KSHEMA)
The controversy over the alleged derogatory remarks against Lord Ram and Hinduism reportedly by an English teacher of St. Gerosa