Mangalore: UPCL back on track; no outages on Sunday
Mangalore: The city enjoyed non-stop power with no outages as Udupi Power Corporation started operating its second unit on Sunday. The power generation at the second unit is being scaled up. At 6pm on Sunday, 855 MW was available from the 1200 MW power plant with second unit generating 384 MW. ...Continue Reading...
Mangalore: Three Shops Gutted in Late-night Fire at Konaje
Mangalore: A late-night fire mishap in three shops at the Konaje junction on the outskirts of the city on Thursday night is shrouded in mystery. Electrical short circuit being the cause has been ruled out because none of them had any electrical connection. The three shops were run by K M ...Continue Reading...
Mangalore: Seven KSRTC City Buses Starts Operation
Mangalore, Aug 23: Seven KSRTC buses started functioning in the city on Wednesday August 22 evening. Permission has been obtained to run three buses from Bejai KSRTC bus stand to Mudipu, two buses between KSRTC bus stand and Suratkal and two buses from Mangalore railway station to Bajpe ...Continue Reading...
Mangalore: PSU bank employees on 2-day nationwide strike
Mangalore, Aug 22: In response to the nationwide call for strike given by United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), employees of public sector banks in the city staged a protest near State Bank on Wednesday August 22 against proposed reforms in banking sector and outsourcing of non-core activities. ...Continue Reading...
Mangalore: Fact Finding Committee Submits Report on Home Stay Attack to NCW
Mangalore, Aug 17: The fact finding committee of the Forum Against Atrocities on Women, comprising Dr Sabiha Bhoomigowda, Dr Parinitha Shetty, Vidya Dinker and Gulabi Bilimale, submitted a detailed report along with statements of individuals involved in the July 28 home stay attack to the ...Continue Reading...
Mangalore: National Women’s Commission Member in City to Probe Resort Attack
Mangalore, Aug 16: National Commission for Women (NCW) member Shamina Shafiq arrived in the city on Thursday August 16 to investigate the July 28 Morning Mist Home Stay incident wherein partying boys and girls had been beaten up by HJV activists. She held a closed-door meeting in Circuit House ...Continue Reading...
Rains continue unabated in Dakshina Kannada district
Mangalore, Aug 10: Though the city received 94 mm of rainfall, it was without any untoward incident as the rains were free from gusty winds. In the last 24 hours up to 8.30 am on Friday, Mangalore taluk received highest rainfall of 94 mm in Dakshina Kannada district. Rainfall statistics in the ...Continue Reading...
Jaago Mangalore to hold Protest March Against Padil Attack on Aug 16
Mangalore: Jaago Mangalore Association in cooperation with various other voluntary bodies is organizing a mass protest against last week’s atrocious attack on college students at Padil on Thursday, 16th August 2012. The protest march will be taken out at 4:00 p.m. from Jyothi Circle to Town ...Continue Reading...
High intensity rain in Mangalore
Mangalore, Aug 08: High intensity rain lashed several parts of the Dakshina Kannada District on Wednesday causing flooding in low lying areas in many parts of the district. Both City and District control rooms said that there was no loss of life or damage to property. While, Moodabidri recorded ...Continue Reading...
Udupi: Sriramulu’s ‘Swabhimani Sankalpa Yatra’ Arrives in City Amid Fanfare
Udupi, Aug 1: BSR Congress chief Sriramulu’s ‘Swabhimani Sankalpa Yatra’ arrived in the city here on Wednesday August 1 evening amid much fanfare. The road show passed through Kalsanka and a public meeting was held at Chittaranjan Circle here. Addressing the gathering, ...Continue Reading...
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