The turbulence of the recent releases of exciting Mangalore oriented novels launched into the literary world with the resultant ethos and flavour of Kanara is definitely generating a series of sharp after shocks.
GISELLE MEHTA of Mangalore, Unveiled her maiden novel ’Blossom Showers’, a family drama that spans a millennium, in Jaipur on Thursday - November 24,2011.
We are proud to announce that our editor-publisher V. U. George received the state-government sponsored ‘Karnataka Media Academy Award’ for the year 2010 along with 48 other media personalities.
This book provides a blueprint to enlarge one’s HQ multi-directionally. It starts by describing the creation of a positive mindspace, one that nurtures the positive emotions that increase happiness.
While Mangalore still lacks a full-fledged bus stand, its major public sports ground, the Nehru Maidan remains ill-maintained. Why are the authorities insensitive to these pressing issues?
"I broke a lock!" Well, this is not the confession of a burglar but what yours truly had to do it out of sheer necessity!
Amazing Author SAVITRI BABULKAR, now based in Mumbai, has certainly come out with gold in her recent Book ’Childhood Daze’ A Kanara centric story with much more in it than can be guessed. Sure I am going to read more from now, TV is already out.
Mangaloreans would stick to their chairs and watch one of the popular reality shows on television- IGT -3 on Saturday night, for two finalists in the show are from the district.
Monthisaibineche Festh – Celebrates the universal family and harvest rites of thanks giving traditional among Konkani Catholics rooted Kanara.
With the arrival of September, the monsoons should have ended but global warming and freak weather is drenching Mangalore.
Skeletal remains of an old lady in Mangalore and elderly couple murder in Udupi has given rise to introspection and conjectures about welfare of the aged; Age need not be a hell on earth if good practices are the rule, writes I. J. Saldanha-Shet.
Come August 25, 2011, and the people of coastal region, especially Christians, will have a very rare opportunity to see the sacred relic of St John Bosco, popularly known as ‘Don Bosco’ all over the world.
The trust has been named as-the Aid without religion trust with the motto- make AWR not WAR.
The christian missionary contribution to education in Dakshina Kannada is a vital link to current developments in the arena. Dakshina Kannada has been a cradle of education. It’s peers have held sway influencing learning in a wider perspective, writes i j saldanha-shet