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Community or religion should not be mixed with politics: CM

Friday, January 19th, 2018
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Mysuru: Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Thursday said that no one should use community or religion for gaining political benefits. In his valedictory address of the annual festival of the 11th century pontiff Sri Shivarathreeshwara at Suttur village, located on the banks of Kabini River at Suttur in Nanjangud taluk, Siddaramaiah, recited the lines of Kannada […]

Paryaya: Udupi Mutt gets Horakanike from 60 outfits

Thursday, January 18th, 2018
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Udupi: On the occasion of Vidyadheesha Teertha swamiji of Palimaru mutt ascending the Paryaya Peetha for the second time on Thursday, 40 different organizations, including Muslim organizations, offered Horekanike. The offerings were displayed at Ugrana, a temporary storeroom built next to the Rajangana parking area. The offering of Horakanike started from January 5 and ended […]

Prime Minister’s Bengaluru visit postponed to Feb 4

Wednesday, January 17th, 2018
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Bangaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangaluru has been postponed to February 4 from January 28. The prime minister was supposed to address a rally to give a conclusion to the BJP’s Parivarthana Yatra on January 28. But the visit is postponed to February 4 as Modi will have to attend a few meetings […]

Body of unknown man found in gunny bag under bridge

Monday, January 15th, 2018
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Moodbidri: A body of mid aged man was found inside a gunny bag, under Kaikanjikadapu Bridge in Moodukonaje on Saturday evening. The gunny bag was found by Shirthady gram panchayat president Latha P Hegde when she had gone to bring back her cows from grazing when she noticed a sack with flies hovering around it. […]

Alva’s created rich culture of the eight pillars : Nagaland Governor

Saturday, January 13th, 2018
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Moodubidire: The annual national cultural festival “Alva’s Virasat-2018” opened here on Friday on a colorful note, showcasing the rich cultural traditions of India. Clad in Poothaniya gear, Ranjith of Karkala led the procession by spitting fire from his mouth. He was followed by Kadane, Garnal,Poothani, Kombu, Kahale, Kingkong, Kerala Chande, Kundapura Dolu, Nagaswara, Saksophone, Chande, […]

Abdul Basheer’s final rites held at Kulooru Mosque

Sunday, January 7th, 2018
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Mangaluru : Abdul Basheer, 47, who brutally attacked by four persons on late night of January 3 to avenge the death of Hindu activist Deepak Rao in Katipalla, succumbed to his injuries at a private hospital on Sunday. According to sources, Basheer had multiple injuries due to severe attack on Wednesday night. Several surgeons treated […]

1.5 lakh general quota students will get laptops by March

Sunday, January 7th, 2018
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Mangaluru: Minister for higher education Basavaraj Rayareddy said here on Saturday that the government will distribute free laptops to 1.5 lakh students from general categories across the state before March this year. While the distribution of laptops to SC, ST students across the state will be completed within a week, the government has plans to […]

New Year revellers enjoy DJ, live band, dance

Monday, January 1st, 2018
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Mangaluru: The people in Mangaluru celebrated the New Year’s eve with a DJ, live music, band, dance and non stop entertainment programmes in hotels, pub and at Panambur beach till midnight. In contrast, some ushered the New Year in the comfort of their homes with just close friends and family members. The party lovers thronged […]

National conference by Komu Souharda Vedike

Wednesday, December 27th, 2017
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Chikamagaluru: Karnataka Komu Souharda Vedike to commemorate its completion of 15 years, will organise a National conference titled ‘Souharda Mantapa : Hindana Nota – Mundana Hejje’ at district stadium on December 28 and 29, forum General Secretary K L Ashok said. Addressing media persons on Tuesday, he said that a tribute will be paid to […]

Yakshagana motifs to adorn city central railway station walls

Wednesday, December 27th, 2017
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Mangaluru: Yakshagana motifs could well adorn the walls of Mangaluru Central railway station soon. This 110-year old railway station that once connected this coastal city to Peshawar with the Grand Trunk Express, is already crying for fresh coat of paint and the competition announced by the Railway Board for beautification of railway stations with participation […]

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