Mangaluru: Union Minister D V Sadananda Gowda too had to face the hardships
Puttur: In an incident reported, a leopard got caught in a trap laid for wild
Mangaluru/Udupi: Advocate M Chidananda Kedilaya, appearing on behalf of Rajeshwari
Belagavi: The Mahadayi issue is pending before the tribunal but Karnataka
Mangaluru: Though the Mangaluru City Corporation launched the collection of waste as dry
Bellary: Officials from the Income Tax (IT) Department raided offices of Obulapuram Mining Company (OMC)
Mangaluru: The Mangaluru City police have decided to extend the prohibitory
Moodbidiri: The 13th edition of Alva’s Nudisiri, an annual literary and cultural meet
Mangaluru: A young girl suffered injuries after she fell into an open
Mangaluru: Four people suffered injuries after a petrol tanker collided
Moodbidri: Students of Rotary English Medium High School under the guidance
Mangaluru: Fishing has grown immensely in coastal Karnataka and if this trend
Mangaluru: Moodbidri Alvas Education Foundation is all set to kick-start
Udupi: A 70-year-old man reportedly died after several attempts
Udupi: A non-bailable warrant was issued by a trial court here on Wednesday against Srinivas Bhat and Raghavendra, the two accused of destroying evidence in the Bhasker Shetty murder case.
MANGALURU: Former Union minister of state for finance Janardhan Poojary on Tuesday demanded that PM Narendra Modi immediately roll back government’s decision to demonetize high value currency.
The Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) has alleged that private hospitals in the city are not accepting currency in the denomination of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 from patients to settle bills.
A Mangaluru City Corporation worker fixes the area on the main pipeline from where water was being illegally tapped.
Mangaluru: A school Headmaster was booked for alleged assault under the Scheduled Caste and Tribe (prevention of atrocities) Act; however, the Headmaster in question has denied allegations.
Mangaluru: The Dakshina Kannada district as well as the Mangaluru police have decided to extend the prohibitory orders under Section 144 after incidents of assault was reported from the city.
MANGALURU: Are cooperative banks turning out to be safe havens for income tax evaders?