Researched and compiled by I J Saldanha -Shet, a never before comparison of twin ’Aloysius Colleges’ in Sydney, Australia and Mangalore, India. Amazing relationship unearthed and presented here exclusively for readers of ‘Mangalore Today’.
The paternalistic attitude of the powers that be is a major force that trivializes crimes like rape and murder, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak
When kids love cartoons, why not take advantage of it and enlighten kids on Indian mythological characters ? A visit to the kindergarten classroom at the Nalanda English Higher Primary School in Carstreet...
She died in hospital on Saturday morning, aged 23, with horrible injuries. She was gang-raped, beaten with an iron bar, thrown from a moving bus, left naked in the road, ignored by many passers-by...
Chetana Child Development Centre has been doing amazing work by caring for the differently abled kids and teaching them to live a life of dignity and self reliance - writes IJ Saldanha Shet
Mangalore, held a solemn Requiem Mass Friday, December 14, at 4 PM, for a great son-of-the-soil Archbishop Ambrose Madtha (57 yrs) who died in a car collision in the Republic Ivory Coast in West Africa on December 8,2012.
Poornapragnya Vasati Nilaya run by the Gokarna Parthagali Jeevotham Math, has initiated a new concept in the care for the elderly, writes IJ Saldanha Shet
A few kilometers from Mulki at around 2.15 pm a slow truck overtaking a slower one hit a motorbike right in front of my eyes. I was in two minds whether to pursue the hit and run truck or help the injured and took the humane choice of first helping them
A longstanding dream of the Catholic community of Udupi was fulfilled when the Diocese of Udupi was installed and Rev Dr Gerald Isaac Lobo took charge as the First Bishop of the Diocese...
B Ganapathi Pai, Chairman of Bharath Group, a noble visionary is no more, but his indomitable spirit will continue to be a guiding light in the times to come.
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.