Narendra Singh, General Manager of Allahabad Bank has been appointed as Executive Director of Corporation Bank
Suresh P, the sub inspector of Urwa Police Station; PC Ajay; and HC 1330 Narendra arrested 2 animal skin smugglers near KSRTC Bus Stand, Bejai, on Dec 7, Monday.
The Kadri Academy organized a violin-flute jugalbandi to celebrate the 60th birthday of the internationally acclaimed saxophonist Padmashree Dr Gopalnath.
A two-day Mysore divisional level workshop on "Right to Information" organized by Karnataka State Information Department was inaugurated on December 7, Monday, at Kalangann.
Despite prohibitory orders issued by DK District Administration, a public function was organized by Hindu Jagarana Vedike at Temple Square, Car Street.
The DK Mogaveera Yuva Vedike organized “Kadala Parba,” one of the grandest cultural events of Mangalore with a sea-based theme, on Chitrapura Beach, Kulai, on Dec 6, Sunday.
The historic Kadri Kambala, well-known as Kadri Devara Kambala commenced at the the Kambala fields at Kadri on Sunday morning...
Milagres Church turns 100 years since its re-construction in the year 1911.
State Home Minister Dr V S Acharya along with Krishna J Palemar, District in-charge Minister, visited the venue of World Tulu Convention and inspected the arrangements...
In Ujire, the organizers of the World Tulu Convention, which is to be held from Dec 10 – 13, have already set up a model village of Tulunad illustrating the life of the people of Tulunad.
Eleven persons including nine women and two youths were arrested by the police in a surprise raid on two massage centres in Mangalore on Saturday.
Former MP Vinay Kumar Sorake’s new office, situated at City Arcade in Bendoorwell, was inaugurated on Dec 5, Saturday
Dakshina Kannada District in-charge Minister Krishna J Palemar inaugurated the long awaited Quality Control Lab of Public Works Department...
Shops and establishments have been fighting to remain in the busy Car Street since the past thirty years. Many had obtained stay order from the court and remained here for years.
Founder of the Mariner Welfare Guild S Pullat said that the Indian government, just like the governments of other countries, is flouting international law and treating sailors like criminals