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Monthi Fest Rooted In Farangipet
Monthi Fest Rooted In Farangipet

The churches and Catholics in Tulu Nadu (Mangalore and Udupi dioceses) are celebrate Monthi Fest on 8th September , know it is the day of Nativity – the birth of Mary, Mother of Jesus. But, by far hardly anyone stops to think why it is called Monthi Fest (feast).

M’lore: MLA J R Lobo inaugurates Bondel-Kadri Laughter Club
M’lore: MLA J R Lobo inaugurates Bondel-Kadri Laughter Club

MLA J R Lobo inaugurated the newly-formed Bondel - Kadri Laughter Club at Kadri Park here on December 22, by unveiling the banner of the Club to the cheering of scores of participants in the first session. Speaking on the occasion, MLA Lobo outlined the benefits laughter and smiling in terms

Mangalore: MGC High School Marks Annual Day With Elan
Mangalore: MGC High School Marks Annual Day With Elan

Mahatma Gandhi Centenary (MGC) High School, Bondel, Mangalore, marked its Annual Day on December 13, 2013, with elan, showcasing the talents of its students in various extra-curricular activities like dancing, singing and dramatics. A large audience of students, their parents and invitees

M’lore: CASK Presents High-end Deep Freezer to Fr Muller Blood Bank; CASK Office Inaugurated
M’lore: CASK Presents High-end Deep Freezer to Fr Muller Blood Bank; CASK Office Inaugurated

Catholic Association of South Kanara (CASK) presented a high-end Minus 80 degree Deep Freezer to Father Muller Medical College Blood Bank, as part of the former’s projects to mark its centenary. Bishop Aloysius Paul D’Souza,

Mangalore: OZ mum in Mangala in search of her mum
Mangalore: OZ mum in Mangala in search of her mum

If I were hanged on the highest hill, Mother 0’ mine, O mother of mine! I know whose love would follow me still, Mother o’ mine, O mother o’ mine. Rudyard Kipling, Bombay-based English writer of prose and verse (1865-1936).Agnes Fernandes has not seen her mother from birth and is now,

Vigil Precedes Resurrection
Vigil Precedes Resurrection

For Christians, Holy Week, starting on Palm Sunday and ending with Easter Sunday (March 31 this year) is considered the focal point of ecclesiastical and liturgical year. The last three days of the week - Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday – are called sacred triduum.

Mangalore: India is deluded by corrupt rulers – Prof B M Hegde
Mangalore: India is deluded by corrupt rulers – Prof B M Hegde

‘The world, more so India, is completely deluded by the corrupt. They are our leaders, our rulers and our guardians. There are different breeds of the corrupt,’ said Professor B M Hegde, former Vice Chancellor of Manipal University. Addressing the media persons at a press

Redeeming by Death on the Cross
Redeeming by Death on the Cross

Good Friday, which falls on March 29 this year, commemorates the painful crucifixion of Jesus Christ. From earliest times it was a day of mourning. The church ceremonies on this day include reading of the Passion of Christ, reciting a string of prayers, unveiling and veneration

The legacy of Last Supper
The legacy of Last Supper

Last Supper takes place on Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday, which falls on March 28 this year, is known for the institution of Holy Eucharist (Christa-Prasad) and the priesthood of the church. When the time came for observing the Passover, the annual feast of the Jews, commemorating

Palm Sunday Showcases Christ’s Kingship
Palm Sunday Showcases Christ’s Kingship

Christians mark their Holy Week starting on Palm Sunday (March 24 this year) and concluding on Easter Sunday which celebrates the resurrection of Christ on the third day after his death on the cross. Palm Sunday showcases the kingship of Christ and commemorates his triumphant riding

Offbeat (30): Is it end-game for work-from-home?
Offbeat (30): Is it end-game for work-from-home?

In this cryptic statement did Frost anticipate work-at home culture his country popularized in this internet age. The flexible work-at-home system had many things going for it. First of all, it eliminated the bother, time and expense involved in commuting from home and back.

Offbeat (29): Is Waiting To Die Worth It?
Offbeat (29): Is Waiting To Die Worth It?

With the hanging of Kesab last year and Afzal Guru this year, and the President turning down the mercy petitions of four associates of bandit Veerappa more recently, the focus is now on those lodged in the death row, awaiting execution by hanging. It is interesting to speculate on the mental

Offbeat (27): Rent a womb or adopt?
Offbeat (27): Rent a womb or adopt?

News about Russians passing a law prohibiting Americans from adopting Russian kids and the opposition this has evoked has brought into fresh focus the debate on adoption and the emerging practice of renting a womb. First some dated facts. Jon Huntsman, Governor of Utah, USA, and his

Offbeat (26): Irish also have no right to die!
Offbeat (26): Irish also have no right to die!

If suicide be supposed a crime, it is only cowardice can impel us to it.. If it is no crime, both prudence and courage should engage us to rid ourselves at once of existence when it becomes a burden. It is the only way that we can then be useful to society, by setting an example which...

Mangalore set for St. Aloysius University
Mangalore set for St. Aloysius University

If things go as per plan, St. Aloysius College (Autonomous) is set to become University on its own in a couple of years. . This was revealed by Fr. Swebert D’Silva, Principal of the college and Director of St. Aloysius College Alumni/ae Association (SACAA), in his message at the college annual

Offbeat (25): Should sex be bartered for tuition fees?
Offbeat (25): Should sex be bartered for tuition fees?

Marriage is for woman the commonest mode of livelihood, and the total amount of undesired sex endured by women is probably greater in marriage than in prostitution. – Bertrand Russel in Marriage and Morals.Since Russel’s times, sex has many gradations between marriage and prostitution.

Offbeat(24): The blessings and curses of mobiles
Offbeat(24): The blessings and curses of mobiles

The blessings and curses of the printing press is either the greatest blessing or the greatest curse of modern times; one sometimes forgets which. – James Mathew Barrie, Scottish author and dramatist, best remembered as the creator of Peter Pan(1860-1937). Technology can be used or abused;

Mangalore: Mahatma Gandhi Centenary Campus Comes Alive for Annual Day
Mangalore: Mahatma Gandhi Centenary Campus Comes Alive for Annual Day

The vast, exclusive, green-smothered campus of Mahatma Gandhi Centenary (MGC) composite PU/High School came alive on November 29, 2012 to mark its Annual Day with teachers, students and their parents enthusiastically joining

Offbeat (23): Should we abuse technology?
Offbeat (23): Should we abuse technology?

So good things may be abused, and that which was first invented to refresh man’s weary spirits. – Robert Burton, English writer, philosopher and humorist (1576-1640).It is not clear which invention Burton was alluding to. But, let us take alcohol, for instance, which could refresh man’s weary

Offbeat (21): Good deeds save Rajat Gupta from Harsh Sentence
Offbeat (21): Good deeds save Rajat Gupta from Harsh Sentence

Good deeds have consequences beyond punya earned for reward after death. It can also earn you rewards here and now as demonstrated ie District of New York, Judge Jed S. Rakoff in the case United States of America V Rajat K Gupta, Defendent.

Offbeat(18): Should we tolerate fake doctors?
Offbeat(18): Should we tolerate fake doctors?

When Evangelist Luke wrote in the New Testament, 2000 years ago, “Physician heal thyself”, he would not have foreseen the state of medical practice today. Otherwise, he would have expanded his cryptic sentence to read: “Physician heal thyself of greed”.

Offbeat (17): Divorce wears many faces!
Offbeat (17): Divorce wears many faces!

In this modern world of Women’s emancipation and claims of equality of sexes, Bacon’s idea may well hold true for the wife as well. That is why both take the initiative to head for the family court seeking divorce. The wife may resist the divorce for fear of missing the good life or not able to

Offbeat (16): Should Retired Judges be Fossils?
Offbeat (16): Should Retired Judges be Fossils?

The Constitution and various laws must be amended to prevent judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts from taking up post- retirement jobs, say legal experts. A couple of days ago, Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley suggested an embargo on

Offbeat (15)- Should Karibasamma Die?
Offbeat (15)- Should Karibasamma Die?

H B Karibasamma is hopeful that India will make euthanasia legal, like in some countries in the West. The 73-year-old retired primary school teacher who has been suffering from various health problems for the past 14 years had written to the President and Prime Minister

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