Mangalore Constituency (Ullal) Poll prospects

Saturday, May 4th, 2013
Ullal Constituency

Mangalore : The former Mangalore -2 constituency of 1957-1998 period, become Ullal constituency from 1978-2008 and again changed its name as Mangalore from 2008 onwards. The first election of 1957 was won by Gajanana Pandith of Congress party and A Krishna Shetty of Communist party of India won the next election (1962) since then it […]

Tough fight expected between Ramanath Rai and Rajesh Naik.

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
Bantwal Constituency

Mangalore : The present Bantwal Constituency was known as Panemangaluru constituency  until 1962 and Dr. K. Nagappa Alva from Congress party has won first two election held in1957 and 1962. K. Leelavati Rai from Congress party won the 1967 election from Bantwal Constituency and become the first lady from South canara district to enter state […]

Assembly Election 2013- a political Analysis

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013
Mangalore South Candidates

Mangalore : The former Mangalore Constituency, now re -christened as Mangalore South is the heart of Mangalore. The Candidate who wins here  represents entire  Mangalore City.  Mangalore North and present Mangalore (Ullal ) Constituency represents suburb of Mangalore. In this context Mangalore South represents Urban elite of Mangalore. The cast vise and religion vise break […]

ULB results-a warning to BJP to mend its ways or else face rejection

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013
Urban Local Body elections

Mangalore ; The much awaited Urban Local Body elections are over and the results are before everyone. As expected the voter  has shown the doors to the BJP, while he has welcomed the Congress with open arms. The Congress regained power in most of the local administrative bodies in DK prominently Mangalore City Corporation, excluding […]

MCC polls : Will Mangalore see a BJP rule again or will the Congress make it this time?

Monday, February 25th, 2013
Mangalore City Corporation

Mangalore : The election to the Mangalore City Corporation is fast approaching. The  city has been seeing hectic political activities since the past few days. Nominations have been filed by Congress as well as BJP candidates as well as candidates of other parties and independents. In most of the wards it will be old faces, […]

Will plastic ban be effective ?

Monday, October 29th, 2012
Plastic Ban

Mangalore : The Dakshina Kannada District Administration is all set for a total ban on plastics in Mangalore taluk to begin with  from November 1. Already a publicity vehicle jatha aimed at sensitizing the public on the ill-effects of the plastics and also the administration decision to ban it with effect from November 1, has […]

India’s Olympic performance – lessons to be learnt

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012
London Olympics Medalists

Analysis : India’s aim for the Gold at the 2012 London Olympics has dashed. Abhinav Bindra the gold medalist in the Beijing Olympics in Air Rifle event failed to make it to the finals this time, disappointing Indians. Nevertheless, the Indian contingent came back with the highest medal tally so far of six and taking […]

India’s Olympic performance- lessons to be learnt

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012
India’s Olympic

India’s aim for the Gold at the 2012 London Olympics has dashed. Abhinav Bindra the gold medalist in the Beijing Olympics in Air Rifle event failed to make it to the finals this time, disappointing Indians. Nevertheless, the Indian contingent came back with the highest medal tally so far of six and taking the 55th […]

More damage to BJP image

Monday, July 9th, 2012
Yeddyurappa

Karnataka no doubt has a special place in the heart of the BJP  high command as it is the first southern state where a BJP government came to power. The party was claimed to be a party with a difference which will provide an administration with a difference. And indeed it was an administration with […]

Karnataka crisis : BJP High Command in dilemma

Friday, June 29th, 2012
BJP High Command in dilemma

Bangalore : It’s been a never ending crisis for the state BJP which has been rocked by scams, controversies and then the dissidence  which no doubt has jeopardized the administrative machinery, while leaving  the party’s image sagging.  The Chief Minister’s Chair had never been a bed of roses for Sadananda Gowda who though was handpicked […]

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