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Urdu editor stabbed to death in office
Urdu editor stabbed to death in office

He also ran a micro credit society; money stolen from safe but cops tread cautiously.

Iran quake kills 34 in Pak, felt in India, Gulf states
Iran quake kills 34 in Pak, felt in India, Gulf states

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake today struck Iran--the strongest to hit the country in 40 years--killing 34 in a border region in Pakistan which bore the brunt and unleashed tremors in northwest India and Gulf Arab states.There was no official word on any casualties in Iran in the second powerful

10 per cent hike in medical, engineering fees
10 per cent hike in medical, engineering fees

Fees for undergraduate medical, dental, engineering, and architecture courses from

Yeddyurappa loyalists decide to boycott today’s budget session
Yeddyurappa loyalists decide to boycott today’s budget session

The crisis in the ruling BJP in Karnataka deepened further with loyalists of former Chief Minsiter B S Yeddyurappa deciding to boycott the opening day’s budget session today. Even as BJP central leadership said it will send an emissary to resolve the leadership tussle, Yeddyurappa loyalists

Everyone supported us, cautious Mulayam says
Everyone supported us, cautious Mulayam says

Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav Monday declined to comment on the likely electoral outcome Tuesday but said "all sections" supported his party".

4 lawyers held for attack on journos; media rejects probe
4 lawyers held for attack on journos; media rejects probe

Facing heat from the media over its ’inaction’, police today arrested four advocates in connection with attack on media personnel by a section

PU class students twiddle their thumbs
PU class students twiddle their thumbs

The ongoing indefinite strike by pre-university lecturers has left students at government and aided colleges worried over the likelihood of missing out on

Mangalore RTO without chief since 2 months
Mangalore RTO without chief since 2 months

Mangalore RTO which is the second most busiest office next to that of Bangalore, is currently functioning in the absence of Regional Transport Officer.

Udupi to get Rs 30 cr special fund
Udupi to get Rs 30 cr special fund

A sum of Rs 30 crore special fund will be sanctioned to Udupi Zilla Panchayat to take up the work on road repair and drinking water projects, said MP D V Sadananda Gowda.

Encourage bio fuel: Expert
Encourage bio fuel: Expert

Karnataka is the first State in the entire country for having used bio fuel, said Prof Balakrishnegowda, an expert on bio fuel.

M’lorean becomes member of Law Commission of India
M’lorean becomes member of Law Commission of India

List of members of 19th Law Commission of India constituted recently has someone familiar for Dakshina Kannada district.

Air crash: 28 families yet to claim CM’s relief
Air crash: 28 families yet to claim CM’s relief

Out of the 108 persons from Karnataka who were killed in the ill-fated Air India Express IX-812 crash, 80 families have approached

Woman storms another male bastion, becomes porter
Woman storms another male bastion, becomes porter

When megastar Amitabh Bachchan sang ‘saari duniya ka bojh hum uthaten hain’ (we carry the load of the entire world), the much popular song

30 couple tie nuptial knots at Bellare (see pics)
30 couple tie nuptial knots at Bellare (see pics)

Of the 30 couples who entered into wedlock, Vishwanath of Moodubelle tied nuptial knot to a handicapped girl Kusuma from Avanje.

Wash your hands off messy notes
Wash your hands off messy notes

Next time you buy vegetables from a street vendor or purchase meat from a butcher shop, make sure you wash your hands thoroughly. The reason: A study has found that the currency notes given by street vendors and butchers have a high concentration of bacteria!

Malpe port gets green signal for phase III
Malpe port gets green signal for phase III

The State Environmental Science and Environmental Board has given green signal for the phase III extension work of Malpe port.

Rickshaw Challenge flagged off in Bangalore
Rickshaw Challenge flagged off in Bangalore

The Bangalore leg of the fourth annual Rickshaw Challenge Mumbai Xpress-2010 was flagged off from the Round Table school in Roopena Agrahara, off Hosur Road in Bangalore

Multiple Claimants Force DNA Test On the Body of Ignatius D’Souza
Multiple Claimants Force DNA Test On the Body of Ignatius D’Souza

Like all rituals of death that rest on the basic need that bodies of the dead must be removed so they could be accorded a dignified burial or cremation, the relatives of Ignatius D’Souza, who was originally from Manibettu, Moodubelle prepared themselves to give him a simple farewell.

Buses in Udupi can no more have TV sets
Buses in Udupi can no more have TV sets

Gone are the days when buses plying through Udupi district screen movies. As per a recent notification issued by district administration, TV sets are banned in the buses.

Mangalore: Fire breaks out at Pachchanady dumping yard
Mangalore: Fire breaks out at Pachchanady dumping yard

A massive fire mishap broke out at Pachchanady dumping yard on Saturday night and fire fighters were not able to esxtingush the fire till Sunday evening.

‘Gubbachigalu’ bags national film award
‘Gubbachigalu’ bags national film award

‘Gubbachigalu’ directed by Abhaya Simha won the Swarna Kamal for the Best Children’s Film at the 56th National Film Awards announced on Saturday.

Six varsities in State may lose deemed status
Six varsities in State may lose deemed status

Six deemed universities in Karnataka are in the Centre’s list of 44 institutions facing derecognition countrywide, Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium informed the Supreme Court here on Monday.

Mangalore: Road to named as ‘Flight Lieutenant Ronald Kevin Serrao Road’
Mangalore: Road to named as ‘Flight Lieutenant Ronald Kevin Serrao Road’

The Kuchikad Road of Kulshekhar in the city will be renamed as ‘Flight Lieutenant Ronald Kevin Serrao Road’ as a gesture of gratitude to the valiant soldier, who sacrificed his life for the Motherland in 2007.

‘Imposition of language will damage society’

’Language can not be imposed on a society. At the same time, it can only be cultivated. Imposition of a dominant language on a society will only damage it,’ said St Aloysius Institutions Rector Fr Joseph Rodrigues.

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