Air India Express Flight 812 from Dubai to Mangalore crashed on May 22, 2010. Of the 160 passengers and crew on board, only eight survived
Before Indira Gandhi was killed, she shot an extensive interview wherein she spoke about her sons, made a passing reference to her grandson Rahul Gandhi
It is time that the ruling government or the next one that would come to power take a good look at all the irrelevant laws that have no place in any civilized society and scrap them, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak
The social media which has broken the monotony of everyday drudgery, has its own adverse effects, writes V Mohan Rao
Ashutosh Varshney is Sol Goldman Professor of International Studies and the Social Sciences and director of the India Initiative at Brown University
V. Shyamsundar Kamath recalls fond memories of his beloved teacher and family friend
Yes, the circus is in town again, the Benny Hinn show. A tele evangelist with his (in)famous God channel stunts of making the deaf her, dumb speak, the lame walk etc, writes Narendra Nayak
The Ursuline Franciscan Sisters born and developed in Mangalore marks the 125 years jubilee of the death of their very revered founder Fr. Urban Stein S J in 1888 - at Rosario Cathedral, on December 30, 2013.
Mangalorean Dr Edmond Fernandes was part of a massive medical relief mission of the AMDA in Estancia, Iloilo, The Philippines, one of the locations which was hit by super typhoon Yolanda.
Christmas and Christu Jayanthi was meant to be a time of Good Will and Hope, Peace and Joy - to change darkness to light in a greater manner, writes I J Saldanha Shet
Each year as Christmas approaches Mangaloreans look forward to a special treat, the ‘White Doves’ extravaganza and the mega road show the story of JESUS CHRIST.
A humane Octogenarian, philanthropist, naturalist and businessman who has spent all his life in the serene environs of historical Kundapura enlarging a legacy and striving to transform the surroundings into a better world for his descendants and society at large without discrimination. I J Saldanha Shet gives a realistic picture.
Describing Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi as the "poster child for India’s failure to punish the violent"
In these days of extreme stress, especially among the working married couples, the very fabric which upholds the family values, gets seriously disrupted, writes V Mohan Rao