Grocery shops permitted to open till noon from May 2

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021
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Mangaluru : The State government has permitted grocery shops and APMC markets to remain open from 6 a.m. till 12 noon. Milk booths, HOPCOMS and vegetable cart vendors can sell from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Sunday to the remainder of the lockdown. Earlier guidelines did not allow any of these, barring milk parlours, […]

Police officials prevent reopening atempt of vendors selling vegetables in Central Market

Tuesday, June 9th, 2020
central Market

Mangaluru:  The police prevent vegetable and fruits vendors to reopen their business in Central market on Tuesday, June 9. The vendors were shifted to Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) yard at Baikampady from the central market building during the Covid-19 lock down. The city corporation ordered closure of the market as there will be a new […]

APMC shifted vendors to be back near Town Hall, a temporary market will come up at a cost of Rs 5.25 crore

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020
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Mangaluru: A temporary market will be built near the Town Hall at a cost of Rs 5.25 crore to accommodate the vendors of the Central Market who were shifted to the APMC yard at Baikampady. A new Central Market is to come up after the demolition of the old one at a cost of Rs 115 crore. […]

MLA Lobo responds to vendors problems in Urwa market

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017
Urwa market

Mangaluru: Mangaluru South Constituency MLA J R Lobo on Tuesday at Urwa instructed the repair the electricity related problems in Urwa temporary market and to allow the vendors to make a smooth trade. “Foundation stone for new market has been laid and will be built at the cost of Rs 12 crore. The work will […]

Quarrel amid two groups of vendors at Central Market

Monday, February 10th, 2014
Cetral Market

Mangalore: The two groups of Central Market vendors started quarrelling when tried to forcibly evacuate the street hawkers who allegedly tried carrying out trade illegally on the pavements near the Central Market on Sunday, February 9. The police arrived at the spot and took control of the situation. There was also plenty of space inside […]

Central Market registered vendors and street sellers with DYFI in support, clash on Jan.4: no truce

Saturday, January 4th, 2014
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Mangalore: The Central Marker Registered Merchants’ Association had given a dead line as Jan.4, 2014 to the encroaching street vendors to evacuate the area around City Market up to 5 feet, but on Jan.3 Sunil Kumar Bajal picked up a quarrel with the merchants saying that the daily laborers carrying goods for the Merchants were […]

Cops launch drive against roadside vendors near Central Market

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013
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Mangalore :  The  area around Central Market in Mangalore would be bustling with activities with the road itself turning into a market place with vegetable merchants selling vehicle right on the road. Vehicular movement is greatly affected on Sundays on this route. On Sunday, June 30, Bunder police who arrived at the Central Market evicted  […]

Congress leaders criticize the failure of incomplete Bejai Market

Friday, April 20th, 2012
Ivan Dsouza

Mangalore : Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president Ivan D’Souza, said that the Congress will hold protest against the incompletion of the new Bejai Market. Speaking at the press meet held at District Congress Office on April 19 Thursday, he said that the construction of the Bejai market began in the year 2003 – 04 […]

Foot path vendors to provide place in Central Market: Mayor Praveen

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011
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Mangalore: The civic tiger will start its operation from tomorrow again in the places like State Bank and Lady Goshen in order to restrict it completely and in turn they will be provided alternative place inside the central market, said Mayor Praveen Anchan. Addressing the protestors in the press meet held at his chamber on […]

City Journalists condemned the act of Karavali Ale vendors

Friday, September 17th, 2010
City Journalists condemned the act of Karavali Ale vendors

Mangalore : The Journalists of English and Kannada publications and television channels met the Police Commissioner Seemanth Kumar Singh and condemned the recent acts of blocking the distribution publication of Kannada daily Karavali Ale on September 16, Thursday. Later they also submitted a memorandum to Police Commissioner urging to take immediate action against those responsible […]

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