Vajapeya Somayaga ends: Dharam Sabha held

Saturday, December 24th, 2011
Vajapeya Somayaga ends: Dharam Sabha held

Bantwal: The Vajpeya Somayaga, started on Nov 26 at the foothills of Narahari Parbat in a Goshala Shed “ Nandagokula” ended after 28 days on Dec 23, without  books. The religious activities were directed by Brahmarshi K.S. Nityananda, who participated in a Dharam Sabha later, saying that the Yaga would confer a new philosophy to […]

Bishop gives Christmas message to Christian community

Saturday, December 24th, 2011
Bishop gives Christmas message to Christian community

Mangalore : Delivering his Christmas message on December 23, Friday Rev. Aloysius Paul D’Souza, the bishop of Mangalore Diocese said that Christ came into the world to bring peace, and in the modern world, Christ’s message of peace and fraternity is relevant. Speaking about the significance of the season, he said that the midnight mass […]

Christmas at St. Anthony’s Ashram in Jeppu on Friday

Saturday, December 24th, 2011
St Antony charch Jeppu

Mangalore: St. Anthony’s Ashram at Jeppy, near Kankanady, in port city is a service institution for the poor, helpless, aged and discarded people among Christians, and has been striving for their welfare for several decades now, close to Jeppu Seminary. The Ashram celebrated its Christmas festival on Friday, Dec 23 with Mangalore Bishop presiding over […]

Two suspected Sikh extremists arrested in Delhi and Punjab

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
Two suspected Sikh extremists arrested in Delhi and Punjab

New Delhi: Two suspected extremists, stated to belong to International Babbar Khalsa (BKI), were rounded up by watchful Police in Capital city of Delhi and adjoining Punjab state, on Friday. 3 political leaders man were on their ‘hit list’, it was revealed. The two militant Sikhs were identified by names, Sarvapreet and Jaswinder. They will […]

Scores of airflights delayed, Trains cancelled in foggy Delhi

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
Delhi Foggy Track

New Delhi: A cold wave and white screen fell over Delhi, India’s Capital city on Friday morning, disrupting aviation and train travels. At IGI Airport, 75 aircrafts were held up and flight schedules got mixed up or delayed. Two Jet Airways planes from Doha and Abu Dhabi, as also a kingfisher aircraft from Dubai could […]

SFI members protest against change in educational policies

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
SFI Protest

Mangalore, Dec 23, 2011: The members of Student Federation of India (SFI) staged a protest rally to condemn the educational policies of the state in front of ZP on December 23, Friday. Addressing the protestors, Jeevan Kuttar, secretary of SFI State said the political representatives have changed education system into a business opportunity. He said that […]

Unity Health Complex bags Diamond Eye Award at Geneva

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
unity Hospital received award

Mangalore : Unity Health Complex has been honoured with ‘Diamond Eye Award for Quality Commitment and Excellence and total quality management accreditation for high quality performance and best customer satisfaction’. Speaking at the press meet held at Unity Health Complex on Dec 23, Friday, Dr CP Habeeb Rahman, chairman of Unity Care and Health Services […]

BJP holds vijayotsav in honour of DVS’s victory

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
BJP yuva morcha

Mangalore : The DK district unit of Bharathiya Janatha Party (BJP), held a vijayotsava to celebrate the victory of CM D. V. Sadananada Gowda for making a place in the Legislative Council by-polls held on Thursday. The BJP workers in front of District BJP office cried a slogans in praise of DVS, bursted crackers and […]

A Workshop on Coastal Kannada dialects in Kanara held

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
Central-Institute

Udupi: A national workshop on ‘Coastal Kannada Dialects’ organised by Central Institute of Indian Languages of Mysore, with Central HRD ministry, and RG Pai Research Centre for Southern regional languages, disclose that there were several dialects of  Kannada quite varying, on west coast in Kanara district, with changes in grammar and even words. These dialects […]

Navidad-2011, a charity show at St. Agnes College heralds Christmas glory

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
Xmas-Celebration

Mangalore: A charity show full of Carol songs for Christmas, western/eastern dances, music and multi-color entertainment, called ‘Navidad’ was held at St. Agnes College on Thursday, Dec 22, in the evening. Louis Pinto, former President of Maand Shobhann, was the Chief Guest, who spoke of ensuring Christmas festival in terms of peace, happy tidings, and […]

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