Lockdown relaxation may cause increase of Covid cases

Wednesday, April 28th, 2021
loack down

Mangaluru : The relaxation of lockdown regulations between 6 am and 10 am Grocery shops as well as shops selling fruits, vegetables and other essentials made brisk business on April 28, Wednesday morning. The 14-day lockdown announced by the government to check the rising Covid cases began at 9 pm on April 27, Tuesday. The roads […]

Mangaluru : Kuthloor govt school supplies vegetables for seminar

Saturday, March 7th, 2020

Mangaluru : A few kilograms of home-grown vegetables to feed scribes and their families descending on this coastal city for the two-day 35th state conference of journalists’ commencing here on Saturday is certainly not enough. Yet making this small yet meaningful gesture to the conference that Karnataka Union of Working Journalists is rganising was the […]

Vegetables, fruits price gone up due to flood

Monday, August 12th, 2019

Mangaluru : The continuous heavy rain and the resulting flood has not only put transportation out of gear, the prices of fruits and vegetables has also rocketed due to the damaged crops. Because of this, a few vegetables and fruits in the market have gone up. As of Aug 11th, the prices of potato, onion, […]

Tomato prices gone up to Rs 70 per kg at Mangaluru Market

Monday, July 17th, 2017

Mangaluru: Tomato prices goes high in the city over the past three weeks, pinching consumers’ pockets. The retail price of tomato crossed Rs 80 per kg, the highest in recent times. On Sunday tomato was selling at Rs 70 per kg. The rate was about Rs 10 to Rs 15 a kg just a month […]

Onion price hike bring tears to consumers’ eyes

Friday, August 28th, 2015
Onion Price

Udupi: Onions, the most essential ingredient creates not only mouth to water in almost all our food items, but time and again it has made our eye also to shed water. With prices of Onion shooting up with out control it has become too difficult for consumer buying them and have found few retailers who […]

How to administer treatment of children obesity

Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
children obesity

Just as there is a growing population of obese adults so are the children as well. Children are vulnerable and have no power and authority to refuse or demand for a given type of diet. It is therefore the responsibility of the parents, guardians or any other adult close to them to point them towards […]

Don’t eat onions: Supreme Court

Friday, January 10th, 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court Friday declined to entertain a public interest litigation (PIL) seeking direction to the government to regulate the prices of onions and other vegetables. ‘Stop eating onions, prices will come down,” said the apex court bench headed by Justice B.S. Chauhan. The court told the PIL petitioner that it should not […]

Tomato prices touch Rs. 80 per kg in Delhi

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

New Delhi:  After onion, retail prices of tomatoes have soared up to Rs. 80 per kg in the national capital on lower supplies from Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Mother Dairy, which has about 400 retail outlets in the national capital region, is selling tomatoes at Rs. 64 per kg, while local vendors are charging Rs. […]

Fruits and flowers show at Kadri Park to attract huge audience

Friday, March 18th, 2011
Fruits and flowers show at Kadri Park

Mangalore : The Horticulture department in association with DK Zilla Panchayath and Siri Horticultural Association, Mangalore will organize two day colorful exhibition of fruits and flowers at Kadri Park on March 19, Saturday at 4.30 pm. Speaking at the press meet held at Kadri Park on Mar 18, Friday Joe Pradeep D’Souza, senior assistant deputy […]

Pranab presents new Budget that has a crush on farmers and small lands

Monday, February 28th, 2011
Prnab Budget

New Delhi: Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee made a tight rope dance of a circus artiste today while presenting his 6th Budget, for UPA at the Centre for 2011-12.  But people were more interested in his tax policy as he was exempted to give relief to middle classes in income matters, as prices had pressed them […]