The department of zoology of St Philomena College, here organized a workshop on Vermi-technology at their Prerana Hall, here on Tuesday December 16. The retired head of department of zoology of St Aloysius College, Mangalore Dr Harish Joshi was the resource person said, ‘Vermi-culture
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the populist party that has lost its credibility and confidence of common man due to authoritarian behaviour of some its top leaders will rebuild party through Mission Vistaar. Addressing the media persons at AAP office here on Tuesday December 16, AAP
To commemorate India’s victory over Pakistan in 1971 war to liberate Bangladesh from Pakistan, DK district Ex-Servicemen’s Association in collaboration with Lions Club International district 317 D and Shastavu Sri Bhootanateshwar Temple Trust organized public homage to
The district chief judge M G Uma and Deputy Commissioner A B Ibrahim paid a visit to district sub-jail here on Tuesday December 16, to review the state of prisoners and basic infrastructure at the prison. DC Ibrahim visited
The Ex-Servicemen’s Forum, Udupi observed the ‘Vijaya Divas’ marking the 43rd anniversary of India’s spectacular victory in the 1971 Indo-Pak War also known as the ‘Bangladesh Liberation War’ on Tuesday,
Sixteen students were among at least 18 people killed today when heavily-armed Taliban militants stormed an army-run school in Pakistan’s volatile Peshawar city today and opened indiscriminate fire on them. Several militants wearing black dress entered Army Public School
The decision of the Karnataka High Court to permit Kambala (buffalo slush race) with some conditions, was greeted with distribution of sweets and celebrations in the two coastal districts. The District Kambala Samiti, Mangaluru, which has been fighting for the continuation of folk
As India continues its pursuit of suspected black money stashed abroad, an international think-tank has ranked the country third globally with an estimated USD 94.76 billion (nearly Rs 6 lakh crore) illicit wealth outflows in 2012. As a result, the cumulative illicit money moving out of the
Thirty seven-year-old Indian-American physician Vivek Hallegere Murthy has been confirmed as the 19th Surgeon General of America by U.S. Senate. The upper house of US Congress confirmed Mr. Murthy’s nomination by 51 votes to 43 more than year after President Barack Obama
Sri Rama Sena staged a rally with the slogan ‘Save Cattle’ from Dr B R Ambedkar roundabout to district headquarter here on Monday December 15, against cow slaughter. Sri Rama Sena south president Mahesh Koppa gave call to chop the hands of the cattle traffickers.
St Philomena College organized annual Athletic Meet at College ground here on December 15. The municipal councilor Jagdish Shetty was the chief guest inaugurated the programme here on Monday morning. The College principal Professor Leo Noronha presided the programme.
Carmel Kutam, Bangalore organized Konkani Carol Singing Competition for Bangaloreans. It was a evening of ‘Angels Singing’ as the young children as well as elders competing each other with all energy and exuberance during ‘Konkani Christmasachin Gayanan Spardho’ held at Sadhbavana
St Paul’s Catholic Association, Fort, here celebrated their seventy-first anniversary and feast of patron saint, followed by Christmas at their auditorium here on Sunday December 14. Valerian D’Souza released ‘Sahakar’ a souvenir on the same occasion. Speaking on the occasion, Steven D’Mello
HRD Minister Smriti Irani today dismissed as "baseless and inaccurate" a media report suggesting that schools would remain open on December 25 to observer ’Good Governance Day’. "It is unfortunate that misreporting has been deliberately done...controversy has
Rana Kapoor, founder and CEO of Yes Bank, India’s fourth largest private sector Bank was awarded the Asian Business Leadership Forum (ABLF) Business Innovator Award in a grand ceremony held at the Armani Hotel,