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Mangalore: <b>Women on Top!</b> - Two Civic Bodies in District Symbolize True Empowerment In most cases, say those familiar by experience, women tend to be less prone to corruption in administration and finance management. Two
Mangalore: How Can a Peon Earning Rs 20K a Month Own 6 Homes, 2 Cars, Crores in Cash? You Do The Math...

According to sources from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, the Lokayukta police on Tuesday, 2 September raided the house of Kuldeep Yadav,
Oman: Grand 30th Year Celebration of Shree Ganesh  Chaturthi  Festival Lord Ganesha, the elephant faced God, son of Shiva and Parvati, is the repository of all wisdom and the most endearing deity in the
Abu Dhbai: India Social and Cultural Centre to Hold 'Mr ISC- UAE' Open Body Building Competition India Social & Cultural Centre, Abu Dhabi is the largest recreational Centre in the Middle East for the Indian community and enjoys an atmosphere of
<b>Mangalore: Very Very 'Sari'! Thieves Apparently had Women too in Mind while Stealing</b> The house in question had remained locked since July 21. When it was opened on August 31, the break-in came to light. The clothings were seen
Dubai: Indian woman charged for having illegitimate child
 An Indian man filed a case in a court in the UAE against his wife, who gave birth to a child in 2010 despite their not having sex for eight years
Bangalore: 'There should be Zero Tolerance for Child Abuse' – Archbishop Bernard Moras There should be zero tolerance towards child abuse in any form. He dwelt on length on sexual harassment and said that transfer was not the
Puttur: Urimajalu Ram Bhat Appeals to Havyaka Community to Maintain Restraint

The allegations heard against the religious head of the community, followed by the alleged suicide by Shyam Prasad Shastri, the brother of the
Udupi: <font color=red>Accused</font> in Blackmailing Case <font color=red>Mohammed S and Constable Sudheer</font> will be Arrested Soon: SP Rajendra Prasad The accused involved in blackmailing a person by allegedly threatening him on disclosing the nude video of his daughter will be soon
Mangalore: Journalists Pay Homage to Veteran Journalist Narayan Raghuveer Ubhaya

Dakshina Kannada District Working Journalists Union (DKWJU) had arranged a condolence meeting at the Mangalore Press Club on 2
Bangalore: Indian-born researcher at Stanford wins prestigious award
Himanshu Asnani, 27, an Indian-born mathematics researcher at Stanford University Electrical Engineering School in the US,
Bangalore: Usain Bolt sports Mysore peta, says Namaste Team Bolt will consist of his best friend Nugent Walker Jr. and Harbhajan Singh. Team Yuvi will have his longtime friend Zaheer Khan.
Mangalore: One for the 'Road', One for the 'Thodu'! It's Time Police Crack Down on Drunk Drivers

I witnessed a speeding drunk driver landing his Maruti car into a ditch on Kadri Park road. Luckily no one walking on that street at that time
Threat Calls Led Shastry To End Life, Wife Files Complaint with Police According to police, Shyam was with his wife, younger sister and her husband on Sunday, but later when he was alone he shot himself. When
Bangalore: Mangalore Girl Preethi L N Receives Gold Medal at NLSIU Convocation Preethi has interned under Justice J Chalameshwar, sitting judge of the Supreme Court of India, at the National Commission for Scheduled Castes
Bangalore: Delegation Meets CM to Seek Holiday in Coastal Districts on September 8 The community attaches special significance to the occasion, hence the day be declared a general holiday in the two districts, added 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
Dubai: Indian Struggles for Treatment in UAE as Medical Bills Mount "The hospital management is not asking us to pay that amount (referring to the May bill), but to take the patient home," said Abid Ali, Shariq's
Thiruvananthapuram: Murder of RSS Activist: Hartal Hits Life in Kerala Manoj (42), a district office-bearer of RSS was hacked to death by a gang that attacked him in politically-volatile Kathirur in Kannur district in
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
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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
Tokyo: My Gifting the Gita Will Irk the 'Secular', says PM Narendra Modi in JapanPrime Minister Narendra Modi today took a big swipe at "my secular friends" predicting television debates back home on why he had carried the Bhagvad Gita with him on his five-day tour of Japan. "I came bearing the Bhagvad Gita as a gift...I always present the Gita to eminent people I meet all over the world. When I met the (Japanese) Emperor I gave him the Gita because I have nothing more valuable to give and the world has nothing more valuable to get," the Prime Minister said, addressing the Indian community in one of his last engagements in
BJP-RSS shutdown against murder hits Kerala Thousands were stranded at bus and railway stations across Kerala Tuesday as a BJP-RSS sponsored shutdown to protest the murder of a RSS leader derailed life in the state. Minor incidents of sporadic attacks on motorists who defied the strike call were reported in parts of Kerala. Across Kerala, shops, businesses and markets were deserted. The government declared a holiday for all educational institutions. Attendance in government offices was said to be thin. Barring two-wheelers and some private vehicles
Dethroned Myanmar beauty queen blasts pageant boss
A dethroned beauty queen from Myanmar said today she won't return her bejeweled USD 100,000 crown until pageant organizers apologize for calling her a liar and a thief. May Myat Noe, the 2014 Miss Asia Pacific World winner, told a news conference that she had done nothing wrong to cause her to be dethroned. She denied accepting breast implants, as claimed by David Kim, director of media for the South Korea-based pageant. He said the surgery was provided free of charge, part of efforts to boost the teen into super-stardom.
Fire at Kolkata's landmark building, four ill Four people fell ill on inhaling toxic fumes after a fire broke out Tuesday at Kolkata's landmark Chatterjee International Centre building that houses a large number of offices of multinationals and public sector units, police said. At least 15 fire-tenders rushed to the spot and controlled the blaze after three hours. Over 10 offices were damaged. The police also deployed a drone which landed on the top most floor to gauge the situation. The four were among eight people, who were trapped inside the 24-floor building and were seen frantically
Jaitley undergoes surgery
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Tuesday underwent a successful laparoscopic procedure at a hospital here. "Arun Jaitley underwent a planned elective laparoscopic procedure for diabetes management under Pradeep K. Chowbey at the Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket, today (Tuesday)," a statement from the hospital said. "The procedure has been performed successfully," it added. Jaitley was admitted to the hospital Monday evening.
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