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Noted Kannada humor writer Ambuja is no more
Noted Kannada humor writer Ambuja is no more

T. S. Ambuja, a popular Kannada writer of humorous articles, died in a hospital in Bangalore at the age of 56, on Jan 5 Thursday.

Man stabbed to death in Bantwal
Man stabbed to death in Bantwal

Three friends allegedly stabbed a fourth one to death at Maripalla in Bantwal on the evening of Jan 5 Thursday.

4 injured in Scorpio – bus accident at Mukka
4 injured in Scorpio – bus accident at Mukka

Four people were injured in a road accident along NH66 at Mukka on Jan 5 Thursday at 4:00 p.m.

A six year old boy on the look out of his father since two days
A six year old boy on the look out of his father since two days

A six year old boy named Sumith is on the look out of his father since two days. He and his father Ganesh had gone on pilgrimage to Sabarimala

Renovated Shri Venkataramana Temple to be consecrated on Jan 16
Renovated Shri Venkataramana Temple to be consecrated on Jan 16

C Laxman Shenoy, Trustee of the Temple Shri Venkataramana Temple said that the consecration ceremony of the reconstructed temple and reinstallation of the deities

Moily urges politicians to work for district welfare
Moily urges politicians to work for district welfare

Delivering the valedictory address at the valedictory ceremony of the Coastal Business Development Summit held at T. V. Raman Pai Convention Centre, Veerappa Moily, the union minister of corporate affairs, said that the elected representatives of DK must work for its development irrespective of their party.

Half Marathon and 10K to be held at Panambur Beach
Half Marathon and 10K to be held at Panambur Beach

NITTE Celebration Mangalore in association with Life is Calling Sports will organize a 1/2 Marathon & 10K at Panambur Beach on January 29, Sunday.

Karnataka is steeped in corruption – Veerappa Moily
Karnataka is steeped in corruption – Veerappa Moily

Addressing reporters at a press meet held in Circuit House, Veerappa Moily, the union minister of corporate affairs, complained about the corruption in Karnataka.

State gives top priority to fishing industry – CM
State gives top priority to fishing industry – CM

D. V. Sadananda Gowda, the chief minister of Karnataka, laid the foundation stone for the fish markets in Kinnigoli and Bantwal on Wednesday.

Preparations on for Alva’s Virasat
Preparations on for Alva’s Virasat

Preparations are on for Alva’s Virasat, the national cultural festival, which is scheduled to be held at Shobhavana.

38 MOUs signed at Coastal Business Development Summit
38 MOUs signed at Coastal Business Development Summit

Thirty-eight memorandum of understanding (MoUs) worth Rs. 1506.35 crore were signed at the inaugural ceremony of the Coastal Business Development Summit

High command to bring peace between Yeddy and Eshwarappa – DVS
High command to bring peace between Yeddy and Eshwarappa – DVS

CM D. V. Sadananda Gowda, informed reporters who were waiting for him there that the BJP high command will intervene in the recent quarrel between Eshwarappa, the state president of the BJP, and B. S. Yeddyurappa, the former chief minister.

Government not responsible for transfer of police officers – DVS
Government not responsible for transfer of police officers – DVS

CM D. V. Sadananda Gowda, rubbished the allegations leveled against him that he was involved in the transfer and suspension of police officers in connection with the recent attack on Sullia Police Station

 

Preparations for Jan 18 Paryaya Festival turn controversial
Preparations for Jan 18 Paryaya Festival turn controversial

The preparations for the Paryaya festival on Jan 18 have now turned controversial. The Darbar ritual procession traditionally requires the presence of all the 8 Mutt heads,

Suratkal police arrest man with 2.7kg of ganja
Suratkal police arrest man with 2.7kg of ganja

The Suratkal police arrested a man who was attempting to sell ganja near Ganeshpur and seized 2.7kg of ganja from him on the afternoon of Jan 3 Tuesday.