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Sep 01, 2014 - Mangalore News Articles, Classifieds to Around the World
Mangalore: Cine Actress Shubha Poonja visits BIG Green Ganesha An innovative idol of Ganesha made of old news papers collected from households across Mangalore, is been celebrated during the season.
Mandya: DySP Savita Hoogar Survives Sand Mafia's Attempt on Life by Mowing Her down When the cops' team tried to intercept a loaded lorry bearing reg. no KA11 A 4005, instead of stopping, banged into the Qualis vehicle of the
Mangalore: KCCI Hosts Inauguration of Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Training Programme 2014-15 Capt. Mohanty said that by getting trained and completing the ICS training programme, it will give the participant better qualifications and better
Udupi: Bishop Gerald Lobo Wraps up the Pastoral Plan Training Programme This is an ambitious plan which envisages a spiritually, socially, economically strong Udupi diocese by 2025. The bishop was happy to see the
Kuwait: IKFS Congratulates HH Amir- Sheik Sabah for being Nominated for UN 'Humanitarian Leader' Award It is great pride for the Indian community as well as Arab and Kuwaiti citizens that the United Nations will honour His Highness the Amir of Kuwait
Thiruvananthapuram: RSS worker killed, as Amit Shah begins Kerala visit Police identified the victim as E Manoj, a local office-bearer of RSS. The gang waylaid Manoj on a road, threw a country-made bomb at him and
Bangalore: Vajubhai Vala sworn-in as Karnataka governor
"Vala took oath in Hindi in the name of god. He was sworn-in by Karnataka High Court Chief Justice D.H. Waghela at a simple ceremony in the glass
Riyadh: 200,000 Indians granted Saudi visas in one month
"Around 44,000 visas were for domestic helpers while the others were for workers in the public and private sectors," he said. However, the official

Pune's People Power: Group Lifts Bus to Free Trapped Students "The boys were run over with such force that they went under the bus, which stopped only after colliding with the traffic signal post," reports
Manipal: S S Pattan Shetty takes charge as New DC of district S S Pattan Shetty was serving as the commissioner for Cane Development and Director of Sugar, Bangalore before being posted as Deputy
New Delhi: United Bank of India declares Vijay Mallya as wilful defaulter "We have declared Vijay Mallya and three other directors of Kingfisher Airlines as wilful defaulters," United Bank of India Executive Director
Delhi: It's Time for the Establishment of a South Asian Human Rights Mechanism

The Regional Initiative for a South Asian Human Rights Mechanism along with one hundred civil society organisations and
Los Angeles: Mangaloreans in California Celebrate Monthi Fest children and adults walked up to the statue of Mother Mary and showered flowers to the beautiful tune of Sokkod Sangatha Mellyan
Guinness World Record! World's Longest Garland Honors India's Hindu Spiritual Guru in US Joining them at an event in Queens in New York, home to a large number of Indian-Americans, to honour Sri Chinmoy's (1931-
Mangalore: 16-year-old College Student Commits <font color=red>Suicide</font> Akshatha a student of Canara College could not bear the death of Akash, she tied a nylon rope to a hook on the roof and hanged herself.
Udupi: ICYM Shirva Deanery holds Yuva Sangam at Pamboor Church Our youth should develop entrepreneurial skills and work hard in the society and make our nation proud, he added. Fr Paul Rego
Mangalore: Negligent Bursting of <font color=red>Crackers </font>Injures Father-daughter Sitting in Car in Kadri There were sitting in their car and viewing the procession. A cracker burst by the enthusiastic youngsters flew into the car and injured both of
Bantwal: Married Woman of 32 Goes Missing from Chelur Lakshmi (32), wife of Shankar Belchada of Bakimar in Chelur village in the taluk, has reportedly gone missing since the early hours of August 29
Bangalore: Religious Leaders Join Second 'Blind Walk' in Display of Unity The second Blind Walk was part of the efforts to create awareness about blindness and eye donation during the National eye donation fortnight.
Udupi: The Greatest of all Gifts is Food but Education is Still Greater - Swamiji Swamiji said that the greatest of all gifts is food but education is still greater than that. If some deserving student is supported for his/her studies,
Bangalore: Mass Marriage at St Mary's Basilica Church The first mass was in Kannada, thirteen new couples received marriage and the second mass was in Tamil, seventeen new couples received
Mangalore: 20% Bunt Community is Below Poverty Line - Dr Naresh Shetty During Finale of Chaturthi Our community members be it in the film industry, medical, education or sports, they have created history. Many Bunt community members have
Mangalore:<font color=red> Shyam Prasad Shastry</font> who Shot Himself <font color=red>Dies</font> in Hospital A 55 year old man who tried to commit suicide by shooting himself with a country-made gun at his residence in Kedila Village-Puttur, on Sunday 31
Mangalore: Dharmadhikari Dr Veerendra Heggade Inaugurates Vishwa Tuluvere Office in City Vishwa Tuluvere Parba has been changed from Pilikula to Sahyadri College Campus Adyardue to certain reasons and it will be held on December
Panaji: Goa's biggest Catholic feast in tourism ministry calendar
The Exposition of Spanish saint St. Francis Xavier, Goa's grandest religious event for this year, will feature in the central tourism ministry's calendar
Suniel Shetty turns Rifle Coach for Sasha Agha Khan in Desi Kattey Whether it's respect, remuneration or reputation, they aren't second to anybody. In Bollywood many actresses take challenging role here Actress Sasha
Udupi: <font color=red>Police Constable</font>  with History of Extortion<font color=red> Pockets Rs 25 Lakh</font> Blackmailing a Man Mohammed Shamil threatened a man of exposing his daughter's blue film in the social media if he failed to pay Rs 25 lakh. Mohammed Shamil is a
Got Mail!  'Email' turns 32 Invented by Desi American at Age 14 The credit goes to Shiva who developed a full-scale emulation of the interoffice mail system which he called “email”. He received official recognition
Bangalore: Indiranagar 100-ft Road being Named after Dr S K Karim Khan Dr S K Karim Khan was born in Sakleshpur of Hassan district in 1908. Although he hailed from Aghan-Arab lineage, he adopted the state as his home.
Beltangady: Does Anyone Know This Distraught Woman who Desperately Needs Help? She appears to have some psychological problems and looks distressed. Although she can understand Kannada and Tulu, she has not been able
Mangalore: Relatives of Haj Pilgrims Get Locked in Hotel Elevator for Full <font color=red>45 Minutes</font>! The elevator carrying the thirteen persons including three little children just refused to open. The staff on being informed did not come to their
Beltangady: Pushpavati (90), Mother-in-law of Dr Veerendra Heggade, <font color=red>Passes away</font> She had great command over and proficiency in Kannada, Tulu and Hindi languages. She had made thorough study of old books like Ratnakara
Mangalore: Roshni Nilaya Felicitates Former English Lecturers Colaco expressed her appreciation and gratitude and said that it would be meaningful to have such programmes to recognize and honour lecturers from
Mangalore: Weather Man Says 'Expect Heavy Showers during Next 24-48 Hours' Citizens are advised to take precautions during these days - Go out only if you have to, otherwise stay inside the house till the rain slows
Dubai: VFS TasHeel re-opens Abu Dhabi Visa Processing Centre “We are glad that normal operations have been restored at our Abu Dhabi site. As a customer-centric entity, we have been able to provide
Udupi: Commotion breaks out in Swabhimani Buntara Atma Jagrithi Samagama at Bramhavar The group led by Santosh Shetty dispersed and shouted slogans in the auditorium premises. The formal programme then continued amid police
Udupi: Jennifer Menezes elected President of Diocese Catholic Women's Association Jennifer Menezes of Brahmavar parish has been elected as president of ‘Stree Sanghatan’ (Women’s Association) of Udupi diocese for year 2014-2015
Jaipur- the Pink City of India Just Stole My Heart Away

Jaipur has been popularized with the name of Pink City because of the color of the stone exclusively used for the construction of all the
Bangalore: 'Marriage with Mythriya' - Karthik, Son of DVS, Seeks <font color=red>Anticipatory Bail</font>

As things kept hotting up for Karthik Gowda, son of Union railway minister, who is facing serious charges of cheating, forced sex and
UAE: Reduce, Reuse & Recycle - My Pledge to Save Mother Earth

Sitting in the corner of my room, I thought about an article on environmental issues just read. I have been reading such articles and
Udupi: Novenas for Monti Fest Begins with Floral Offerings Across the District

The nine day Novena in preparation for the feast of the Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary (Monti Fest) began on Saturday, August 30 in
Abu Dhabi: 'Summer Frost - 2014' Concludes with Importance for Life Skills
Secretary Jayachandran welcomed the gathering. President ISC Natarajan released the "Summer Frost" news letter. Addressing
<b>Mangalore: City Body's Plea to Union Govt to Ensure that MCF is Not Shut down</b> MCF, is one of the units facing closure as a result. The cost of the process of upgradation could be very high. Hence there are rumours that the
Mangalore: 'Best Teacher' Award has a Price-tag of <font color=red>Rs 10,000</font>! Interested? Genuine persons are being deprived of rightful recognition while the undeserving lot hog the limelight. Even the Karnataka Rajyotsava awards
New Delhi: 25 Indian Workers in Kuwait Arrested For Murder, Their Colleagues Send SOS Our mission in Kuwait has written to the Kuwaiti foreign ministry and sought their assistance. We've also requested for consular assistance
Mangalore: <font color=red>Kadri Park</font> - Indeed a<font color=red> Paradise for Young and Old</font> Intimate Friends. Where Else? There are no signs that tell "No Romancing by Youth"; "No holding hands or hugging by Couples" or "No Couples Allowed to Walk hand-in-Hand in
Mangalore: Vijaymari Technical Institute & CC Run by AC Sisters Helping Young Women Build Careers Since 1965

Sisters of the Apostolic Carmel (AC) are members of a Carmelite religious institute dedicated to female education. It was founded
Puttur: Local Students Shine at Dist. Level Swimming Competition at Mangala Swimming Pool-Mangalore

Small town Puttur left a mega imprint at the (2014-2015) District Level Swimming Competition for the primary and high school
Bangalore: Rape case against Rly minister's son, more drama unfolds
Gowda cried foul asserting that his son had been "falsely implicated" but said the law should take its own course on the complaint which was
Mangalore: <font color=red>Media</font> Should Not make Big Issue on Youth having <font color=red>Intimate Moments</font> in the Park- MLA J R Lobo The park is for the public to come and spend some leisure time with their family and friends. We are living in the modern world and the park is meant for
Mangalore: <font color=red>Killer Drivers</font>! Negligence of Bus Driver Causes Death of a Youth Tilak was waiting for the bus near the bus-stand along with his Electrical contractor Pradeep. From no where a speeding bus bearing number KA 19 AA
Bangalore: Railway minister's son booked for raping actor Union Railway Minister D V Sadananda Gowda’s son Karthik Gowda, who was engaged to a girl at Kushal Nagar on Wednesday, faces arrest as
Modi makes a veiled attack on global powers
In a veiled attack on the global powers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Monday that the world was witnessing expansionism as seen in the 18th century but it needed to take the path of development, instead. In his address at the luncheon hosted by Nippon Kiedanren - the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry - and the Japan-India Business Cooperation Committtee here, Modi said the world is divided into two streams - of expansionism (vistarvad) and of the path of development (vikasvad). He said there was a need to decide
Tejinder Singh in custody in Tara case Former Lt. Gen. Tejinder Singh was taken into custody Monday after a court here rejected his bail plea in connection with allegations that he offered bribe to then army chief Gen. V.K. Singh for clearing a tranche of "sub-standard" Tatra trucks for the army. Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) special judge Madhu Jain dismissed the bail plea of Tejinder Singh and ordered that he be taken into custody. Tejinder Singh appeared in the court following summons issued Aug 28. The court, while taking cognizance of the charge sheet against him, reli
Classes begin in Nalanda University - after over 800 years
Classes opened Monday at the Nalanda University, an ancient international centre for learning in Bihar, after a break of over 800 years with 15 students, its vice chancellor said. We have formally started the academic session of Nalanda University Monday morning in the International Convention Centre at the Buddhist pilgrim town of Rajgir," Vice Chancellor Gopa Sabhrawal told IANS. Rajgir is about 100 km from Patna. Sabhrawal said the ancient Nalanda University functioned from 413 AD to 1193 AD. Classes for the School of
Pakistan Army secures PTV office building The Pakistan Army Monday secured the Pakistan Television (PTV) network office here after protesters occupied the building, disrupting transmission. PTV officials said that the transmission has been restored, Dawn online reported. PTV tweeted: "PTV World and News transmission has been restored." Mohammad Malik, managing director of PTV, said that cameras worth hundreds of thousands of rupees were stolen from the headquarters, and protesters also damaged cables inside the office.
No talks with Pakistan unless they stop terror: Rajnath
No dialogue is possible unless "Pakistan stops terrorism and violence", said Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Monday. He denied media reports that he will be meeting his Pakistani counterpart on the sidelines of the sixth meeting of SAARC in Kathmandu. "News reports published today (Monday) that Rajnath Singh will meet his Pakistani counterpart on the sidelines of SAARC conference are incorrect and fabricated," a statement from the ministry said. Rajnath Singh will visit Nepal
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