The bygone year 2009 was a year of diverse happenings for Mangalore. We present here a few important highlights of the Year 2009.
Shirur Sri Lakshmivarateertha Swamiji who will be ascending the Paryaya throne on January 18, was felicitated
Hundreds of alumni participated on the third day of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of St Lawrence High School, Moodubelle, on Dec 31, Thursday
The Mangalore City Corporation (MCC) could neither come to an agreement nor clarify doubts regarding the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP).
Union Finance Minister presenting Corp Excel - National mSME Excellence Awards 2008 to Shri Mahesh Kamath, Partner, Abharan Jewellers, Udupi, one among the 21 Awardees ...
The Mega Bible Exhibition commenced today in a grand manner on the grounds of Milagres Junior College, Mangalore.
Two children were killed when a private bus in reverse gear ran over a group of tent dwellers who were fast asleep at the entrance arch on the way to Polali near Gurupura-Kaikamba on Dec 30.
“Vozram,” an anthology of Konkani poems (chutuks) written by Dr. Austin D’Souza Prabhu was released at Hotel Deepa Comforts, Kodialbail, on Dec 29, Tuesday, at 4 p.m.,
Wan Yet Fong, the assistant salvage master of Smit Singapore Ltd, said at a press conference organized in the DC’s office on Dec 29.
Padmanabha Kottari, the former MLA of Vittal, has been unanimously elected as the president of the BJP district unit for a period of 3 years at the Scout Bhavan on Dec 28, Monday.
The All India Catholic University Federation (AICUF) State-level Convention 2009 was inaugurated today in the Loyola Hall of St. Aloysius College, Mangalore.
A Mangalorean Fr.Julius Rasquinha,SDB was ordained a Salesian of Don Bosco, priest at Don Bosco Tech.Institute Church,Fatorda Goa on 19.December 2009.
The LIC Agents’ Organization of India (LICAOI) organized its 2nd state-level conference at PVS Kala Kunj in Mangalore on Dec 27, Sunday.
The Government Employees District Convention – 2009 was inaugurated by District in-charge Minister, J Krishna Palemar in Mangalore on Saturday, December 26.
The illegal petty shops around the Nehru Maidan and Service bus stand area were forcibly cleared by the MCC officers in the morning.