No ATM at Mangaluru Central Railway station

Thursday, May 24th, 2018
mangalore-railway

Mangaluru: Over 30,000 travellers make use of Mangaluru central railway station daily, that has a history of over 100 years. Every day, there are more than 50 trains that pass through this station. Yet, there is no ATM of any bank in or around the station. Travellers who come to this station to reserve their […]

Fire at chicken farm kills 3000 chickens

Saturday, March 10th, 2018
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Kasaragod: 3000 chickens were burnt alive after a chicken farm at Kundonguli caught fire. Aadira Poultry chicken farm owned by Chandran in Kundanguli caught fire and burnt alive most of the chicken in the farm. The sheets covering the farm were covered with ‘soge’ to reduce the heat of the sun. It is believed that […]

Miscreant tried to damage Gandhi statue

Thursday, March 8th, 2018
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Kasaragod: Miscreants deface Mahatma Gandhi’s statue at Taliparamba on Thursday. The incident took place on the morning of March 8th around 8:30 am near Taliparamba taluk office. The miscreants managed to remove and throw away the spectacles and garland that adorned the statue. They, however, failed to further vandalize the statue by hitting it with […]

Customs Officials Seize 1 KG Gold Dust, Arrest Kasaragod Native in Mangaluru Airport

Monday, October 23rd, 2017
gold dust

Mangaluru: Customs officials at Mangaluru international airport seized 1058 gram gold dust worth Rs 31, 31,689 and arrested Kasaragod native, Mohammed Rafik Moideen on Sunday. The accused is being questioned by customs officials’ in connection with illegal transportation of the yellow metal. The accused reached Mangaluru airport from Dubai carrying gold dust illegally. The customs […]

Mother & child found dead in lake near Kasaragod

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Kasaragod suicide

Kasargod : A women and seven-month old son her son were found ddead in a lake near Badoor in Kasaragod district on Wednesday October 18. Shruthi (28) wife of Padmanab Rai and her son Ayush are the deceased. It is said that, after the search by her husband in the early morning today the kitchen […]

UDF Dawn to Dusk Hartal Stalls Normal Life in Kasaragod

Monday, October 16th, 2017
UDF

Kasaragod: Dawn to dusk hartal called by United Democratic Front (UDF) has affected normal life in Kasaragod on Monday as buses, vehicles remained out of the roads whereas all commercial establishments, private, and government offices remained closed for the day. The hartal has begun 06.00 AM and is expected to end at 06.00 PM. UDF […]

Truck-Container Lorry Collision Kills One, Injures Three in Kumble

Monday, October 16th, 2017
kumble accident

Kumble: Truck-Container lorry collision on Mangaluru-Kasaragod national high (NH) near Kumble bridge in Kasaragod district killed one and injured three on Sunday. The deceased has been identified as Biju Elamallur (45), a resident of Alappuzha district, Kerala. Biju was driving the truck loaded with fish when the incident took place. Another Alappuzha resident Babu (39) […]

Strict action will be taken to curb sand mafia: DC Jeevan Babu

Saturday, August 27th, 2016
Kasargod Dc

Kasargod: Strict actions will be taken to curb sand mafia in the district, said Deputy Commissioner Jeevan Babu K. Addressing the media conference at DC office, Kasargod on Friday, he said that As the Kasargod is a border line district; huge amount of sand is being imported and exported from here. “Kasargod is facing scarcity […]

Around 76 % voting turnout at 5:15 in first phase of Kerala local body elections

Monday, November 2nd, 2015
Kerala Voting

Kasaragod : The two-phase Kerala local body elections began on 2 November. The polling will conclude on 5 November, while the results will be declared on 7 November. The major coalitions — the Congress-led United Democratic Front and the CPM-led Left Democratic Front — will face stiff competition from the Bharatiya Janata Party. Over 1.1 […]

Last rites of Kayyara Kinhanna Rai’s was held at his residence

Tuesday, August 11th, 2015
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Uppala : Hundreds of people bid farewell to litterateur, freedom fighter and centenarian Kayyara Kinhanna Rai, popularly known as the elder brother of Kasargod, who breathed his last on Sunday. The litterateur was laid to rest with state honours, near his residence ‘Kavitha Kuteera’ at Peradala in Badiadka, Kasaragod on Monday afternoon. Terming the demise […]

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