Jharkhand sees 7 govts in 9 years
Jharkhand sees 7 govts in 9 years

Moves and counter moves on the political chessboard in Jharkhand have led seven governments to come and go in a span of nine years since its creation.

Mangalore: Seemant Kumar Singh to take over as Police Commissioner
Mangalore: Seemant Kumar Singh to take over as Police Commissioner

IPS officer Seemant Kumar Singh, who served as Dakshina Kannada’s 121st Superintendent of Police between December 2000 and February 2004, is set to take over as the Police Commissioner of Mangalore by replacing Gopal B. Hosur.

BelleFusion - A day out to Club Cabana Resort
BelleFusion - A day out to Club Cabana Resort

After a long and deep discussion (almost 3-4 weeks) with the members of BelleFusion – Bengalooru, we four of us finally decided to have a fun filled day out to a resort on Sunday, the 25th April.

Mangalore: Shopping fest begins at Big Bazaar
Mangalore: Shopping fest begins at Big Bazaar

The festival in its second edition, is being celebrated in all the outlets of the Future Group that includes Food Bazaar, Central, Home Town and eZone besides Big Bazaar.

Mangalore: Companies told to refund cost of cellphones
Mangalore: Companies told to refund cost of cellphones

The Dakshina Kannada District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has come to the rescue of three persons who found their new mobile handsets to be defective.

Mangalore: New mall to create over 4,000 jobs
Mangalore: New mall to create over 4,000 jobs

The “City Centre”, the super mall which was inaugurated here on Sunday will create direct employment to 2,700 people and indirect employment to 1,500 people, according to S.M. Arshad, Chairman and Managing Director, Mohtisham Complexes Pvt. Ltd., the promoters of the mall.

Miraculous escape for Emirates passengers
Miraculous escape for Emirates passengers

About 364 passengers onboard the Kochi-bound Emirates flight (EK530) from Dubai had a miraculous escape after encountering a violent mid-air drop on hitting an air pocket over Goa. Twelve persons suffered minor injuries. The plane landed safely at the Cochin International Airport here at 8.50 a.m. on Sunday.

Udupi: Children should be allowed to commit mistakes
Udupi: Children should be allowed to commit mistakes

Principal of Dr. T.M.A. Pai College of Education Mahabaleshwara Rao has blamed teachers and parents for lack of creativity among children.

I won’t resign, let them sack me: Lalit Modi
I won’t resign, let them sack me: Lalit Modi

Unfazed by the all-round attack on him, Lalit Modi on Saturday made it clear that he will not resign as IPL Commissioner and threatened to "expose some people" who tried to bring disrepute to the game.

Lions Club Udupi golden jubilee today
Lions Club Udupi golden jubilee today

Lions Club Udupi is organising golden jubilee celebrations followed by the inaugural ceremony of the extension wing of the Lions Bhavan at Barhamagiri on April 25.

Five leading Indian firms under U.S. scanner for Iran links
Five leading Indian firms under U.S. scanner for Iran links

With five leading Indian firms under the American scanner for doing business with Iran’s oil and gas sector, the Manmohan Singh government might soon have to walk its talk on opposing sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

Udupi: Rain, strong winds damage 54 houses
Udupi: Rain, strong winds damage 54 houses

Four persons suffered burns, four cattle died and 54 houses were damaged in rain accompanied with strong winds and lightning in Udupi district on Saturday morning.

Udupi: Theatre artiste passes away
Udupi: Theatre artiste passes away

Theatre artiste Anand Ganiga expired after a brief illness during the wee hours at his residence on Friday. He was 73. He is survived by his wife, 3 sons and a daughter. The veteran theatre artist had directed more than 25 dramas on stage.

Sehwag out of World Twenty20
Sehwag out of World Twenty20

India’s World T20 campaign suffered a body blow on Tuesday with hard-hitting opener Virender Sehwag being ruled out of the tournament because of a shoulder injury.

Flights resume in Europe but travel chaos not over
Flights resume in Europe but travel chaos not over

Europe’s busiest airport reopened Tuesday as air traffic across the continent lurched back to life. But the gridlock created by Iceland’s volcanic ash plume was far from over: Officials said it would be weeks before all stranded travelers could be brought home.

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