J. B. Sequeira was a regular contributor to Mangalore Today Magazine. His poems and articles were highly appreciated by our readers. We miss him. May his soul rest in peace.
Former Vice Chancellor of Manipal University and renowned physician, Dr B M Hegde exposes how a large number of doctors loot patients in order to keep their management happy and enrich themself.
We seem to be more under the spell of international commercial and political forces working behind what was attractively called ‘globalization, writes Dinkar V. Katre
It was a homely homecoming for the eager classmates of Mangalore University’s MBA Class of ’84, when they met after 26 long years on Saturday, 14th July 2012.
Prof. Narendra Nayak debates on the ‘Please remove footwear’ norm followed by various firms and establishments in the recent past.
The culture of Superstar began with Rajesh Khanna, when he was acclaimed the first superstar in the history of bollywood. The duration when the big studios reigned the cinema world.
The nouveau riche among his tribe, suddenly flush with money indeed led to his ruin, resulting in losing mental balance.
Technological advancement, often blamed to be responsible for the dwindling interest in Yakshagana that can actually make the traditional art form more popular among the youth.
The Georgian Pilgrim Centre at Ichilampady in Puttur taluk is a splendid example of inter-religious harmony which is the need of the hour.
Petrol prices were raised again recently, by Rs. 7.5 and the hike leaves the country seething, except those that drive diesel cars.
A season of enjoying the shorter version of the cricket in the true spirit of the game, is turning out to be a goldmine for the bookies and betting racket ...
Two years after the Dubai-Mangalore Air India Express crash that claimed 158 lives, the scars have not been healed. Neither have the compensation claims by many of them been settled to their satisfaction.
Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2011, up before a Parliamentary committee, has evoked a strong response from builders and developers.
Right from childhood, we are all made to believe that there is a concept called GOD, who is Omnipotent and Omnipresent. The Matadhipathis behave as if they are representatives of that unseen gods.